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Map of the ancient Near East during the Amarna period, showing the great powers of the period: Egypt (green), Hatti (yellow), the Kassite kingdom of Babylon (purple), Assyria (grey), and Mittani (red). Lighter areas show direct control, darker areas represent spheres of influence. The extent of the Achaean/ Mycenaean civilization is shown in orange.

On the map above: the territory between Medes and Iberia was called Ararat or Armenia, around the lake Van.


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