History Timeline Post - Ibrahim Cuhadar

By iboc647
  • Period: 9600 BCE to 5000 BCE

    Early Human Societies

  • 9500 BCE

    Early Human Societies 1

    Early Human Societies 1
    I think that I would describe the change as 'Gentle' because the Origins of Agriculture video said that over 10000 years time period from the last Ice Age human population increased from 10 Million to 250 Million. This means that they waited for the Climate Change to do agriculture.
  • 9500 BCE

    Early Human Societies 2

    Early Human Societies 2
    Hunters and gatherers started planting crops or have cattle instead of hunting animals and gathering plants and since this is a more controlled way of having food the population went up. People started to build for long term instead of short term because they weren't on the move all the time this also helped the population grow.
  • 9500 BCE

    Early Human Societies 3

    Early Human Societies 3
    Inuit hunter-gatherers can be found in northern Alaska, Canada, and Greenland. Inuit means people and is used for the native “Eskimo” peoples of Chukotka. They are known as extreme hunter-gatherers. Still around today and the hunt in one of the Earth’s harshest environments. When they hunt they focus on marine meals such as fish and seals in most of their harvest which can be found on the Western Arctic coast. They can´t do much with agriculture because their territories were always too cold.
  • Period: 1792 BCE to

    Code of Hammurabi

  • 1791 BCE

    The Code of Hammurabi 1

    The Code of Hammurabi 1
    I think that in the Code of Hammurabi, men have a louder perspective and more rights and women are left out. Slaves, nobles and commoners were treated differently and had better rights than women. An example of present-ism in the Hammurabi Code is 'If the woman has not been careful but has gadded about, neglecting her house and belittling her husband, they shall throw that woman into the water.' Women back then were not valued and had little to no rights but now women have freedom.
  • 1791 BCE

    The Code of Hammurabi 2

    The Code of Hammurabi 2
    The laws in the Code of Hammurabi established stability, allowing the ancient Babylon Empire to flourish. It allowed all of Babylon's citizens to read the laws that governed their lives, and the laws could not be manipulated by a ruler to suit his or her own goals. I agree with the author because instead of giving fines and sentences to people like our current laws, Hammurabi uses the "Eye for an Eye" concept. Hammurabi said that he will provide justice and I guess his way of justice is torture.
  • 1791 BCE

    The Code of Hammurabi 3

    The Code of Hammurabi 3
    A law that is used in modern day is if you declare a woman as a wife without officially marrying her she doesn't count as a wife. In Hammurabi's code “If a man take a wife and do not arrange with her the (proper) contracts, that woman is not a (legal) wife.” These laws are pretty close to each other. https://www.123helpme.com/essay/Womens-Rights-In-The-Hammurabi-Code-522183
  • 189

    Han Dynasty 1

    Han Dynasty 1
    The Han Dynasty got its end from a inner political factor. More like a civil war type thing. There is an event that ties into this factor which is when the warlords fought each other for control over the Han State. The young emperor Xian had been controlled by Cao Cao but after Cao Cao had died he had to give up his position to one of the warlords which had ended the Han Dynasty.
  • 189

    Han Dynasty 2

    Han Dynasty 2
    The consequence of the end of the Han Dynasty was unintended because the warlords just wanted to have control over the Han Dynasty than a young emperor who was Xian. The warlords plan was to eliminate the supporters of Xian and seize control of the Dynasty.
  • 189

    Han Dynasty 3

    Han Dynasty 3
    The consequences had a negative impact on the people who were living in the Han Dynasty. There is a reason why the Han Dynasty had lasted so long because the people were happy and cooperated with helping the state get stronger. But near the end corruption for the Han Dynasty started to occur. The people were probably scared because the Dynasty could have been in bad hands. But I am assuming that the people that were civil's of the Han Dynasty moved to other Dynasties nearby.