Reforms of Tiglathpalasar III

• administrative: centralization of power, division into smaller governorships, expansion of the responsibility of local chiefs (taxes, military contingent, command) and the abolition of immunity letters for them. In place of the royal proteges (-> eunuchs). The extension of the provincial system to the conquered territories.
• military: the self-equipped militia was replaced by a permanent army “tsarist regiment” (based on recruitment) on state supplies. Division by type of troops, uniform armament, growth in the size of the army (at the expense of the poor and middle strata). The use of cavalry and chariots + military vehicles and rams during the siege of cities. Improving the art of fortification. Involvement of engineering and auxiliary units, scribes, priests, musicians. Extensive intelligence apparatus. The army numbered up to 120 thousand people.

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