Proto City Free Essay
Proto City is the name used to refer to the large villages in the Neolithic period. These villages include Catal Huyuk and Jericho and any other prehistoric settlement that has features of rural and urban characteristics. The Ubaid Sumerian and Predynastic Egypt are a good example of Proto City. The culture of Cucuteni –Tripillan is an off-shoot of these Proto Cities (Brewer & Teeter, 52).
Amarna Period is the period in Egyptian history that is filled with mystery despite immense research by interested and enthusiastic people as well as Egyptologists, scientists who study this period. This period is characterized by intense religious events that are subjects for query. This period encompass the reign of Akhenaten who founded Amarna City and the reign of Amenhotep III, his father. Akhenaten was rose to power and was influenced to change Egyptian religion during his reign (Hari, 25).
The twelve Olympian Gods were principal Greek Pantheon gods who lived at the top of mount Olympus; hence their name is derived from their dwelling place. The Homeric hymn provides the first reference to these gods in a religious ceremony. These gods who ruled after the Titans were overthrown include: Zeus (Jupiter), Poseidon (Neptune), Hades (Pluto), Hestia, Hera, Ares (Mars), Athena, Apollo, Hermes (Mercury), Aphrodite (Venus), Artemis and Hephaestus (Miles, 21).