Nala's Dare by Joanne Barkan

By Joanne Barkan

The Lion King: Nala's Dare, Disney's young children tale publication

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I Having received the bride price and consented to his daughter’s marriage, the father adds his seal to the contract, while the bride’s mother watches the happy couple. Buying a slave Slaves are prisoners of war or people hopelessly in debt in their community. In Mesopotamia, those most sought after for servitude are the men and women from the mountains to the north and northeast, the regions of Urartu and Lullu. The best slave market in Sumer is at Eshnunna, between the important cities in the south and the hill country of Lullu.

10. A wooden staircase gives access to the upper floor and a balcony overlooking the courtyard. 11. The mistress of the house gets dressed, ready to go downstairs and help her husband entertain their guests. 12. A slave tidies up a bedroom. 13. A second staircase leads up to the flat roof. Here the family often sleeps out on mats during the hottest weather. 14. A slave girl carries towels to the bathroom at the rear of the house beyond the stairs. The bathroom (below) houses a stone seat above drainage holes.

In 2340–2316 BCE Sumer, which had been united under Lugalzagesi, fell to the armies of King Sargon. Sargon was not a member of one of the Sumerian dynastic families but came from a northern Semitic tribe. He was of humble origins, but had achieved a position of authority in the royal court at Kish, and by 2335 BCE he had made his own capital at Agade, or Akkad, after which his empire is known as Akkadian. The two photographs on these pages show a Sumerian phalanx of infantrymen (left), a detail from the “Stela of the Vultures,” which commemorates King Eannatum’s victory over Umma, and a mosaic of a war chariot (above) carrying two warriors, trampling an enemy soldier to death, as recreated in the battle scene above.

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