history civilizartons

  • 500


    buddha was a prince. he tried to find the cause of human suffering.through the meditation he found the answer he travel across india for teach his knowlead
  • 551

    families in china and confucius

    the most important in china was the families that the individual of nation , the center of authority was usually oldest man, women was considered less than men she has to bound a 3 obediences.
    Confucius was a chinese teacher and philosopher confucius and his students were walking through the countryside.
    the basic teachings :
    -people have to behave properly tower one and other for that order and his result
    -golden rule:´´do not do to others what you would not want obne to yourself´´
  • Aug 28, 722

    sent into exile

    the israelites resisted assyrian rule. is response, the assyrians exiled thousands of people to distant parts of their empire. to exile means to force people to live in another place or country .
    the assyrians controlled judah until 722 to 612 B.C.
  • Aug 27, 1050

    phoenician alphabet

    The Phoenician alphabet, called by convention the Proto-Canaanite alphabet for inscriptions older than around , was a non-pictographic consonantal alphabet, or abjad.It was used for the writing of Phoenician, a Northern Semitic language, used by the civilization of Phoenicia. It has been classified as an abjad because it records only consonantal sounds, with the addition of matres lectionis for some vowels.
  • Aug 27, 1100


    coastal part of the Fertile Crescent and centered in Lebanon. The major Phoenician cities were on the coastline of the Mediterranean.
  • Aug 28, 1122

    the zhou dynasty

    this dynasty became in a empire in 1122 B.C. after conquire the shang, gobern 1.000 years
  • Aug 27, 1200

    phoenician trade

    The Phoenicians were among the greatest traders of their time and owed much of their prosperity to trade. At first, they traded mainly with the Greeks, trading wood, slaves, glass and powdered Tyrian purple
  • Aug 27, 1200


    who inhabited part of the Land of Canaan during the tribal and monarchic periods (15th to 6th centuries BCE), later evolving into Jews and Samaritans of the classic period, inhabiting Judea and Samaria respectively
  • Aug 21, 1365

    assyrian empire

    -assyrian empire:was a Semitic Akkadian kingdom centred on the Upper Tigris river, in northern Mesopotamia The term Assyria can also refer to the geographic region or heartland where Assyria, its empires and the Assyrian
  • Aug 27, 1504

    egypt rules

    In 1504 B.C. , a child named thutmose III (thoot MOH suh) began his reign. because of his youth, his stepmother was appointed regent. A regent is someone who rules for a child until the child is old enough to rule....
  • early civilization in china

    probably appear 1760 B.C.they invented the first chinese writting system.
  • babylonian empire

    the babylonian empire: was an ancient Semitic, Babylonia emerged as a major power when Hammurabi The earlier Akkadian and Sumerian traditions played a major role in Babylonian culture, and the region would remain an important cultural center,
  • babylonian rises again

    under the chaldeans, babylon rose again to even greater splendor. it became the certer of the new babylonian empire. the new babylonian empire controlled the entire fertile crescent.
  • egypt kingdom

    The new government drafted and implemented a constitution in 1923 based on a parliamentary system. Saad Zaghlul was popularly elected as Prime Minister of Egypt in 1924. In 1936, the Anglo-Egyptian Treaty was concluded. Continued instability due to remaining British influence and increasing political involvement by the king led to the dissolution of the parliament in a military coup d'état known as the 1952 Revolution.
  • israelites location

    south of phoenicia, a small band of people settled in the hills around the jordan river valley. called hebrews at first, they later became known as israelites.
  • phoenicians location

    situated on the western, coastal part of the Fertile Crescent and centered in Lebanon.
  • israelites empire

    althoutgh the israelites never built a large empire, they had a great influence on our civilization .
  • persian empire

    -persian culture included zorcastrianism, an ancient persian religion
    -this region was the homeland of the persians who conquired babylon
  • indian 1st cities

    the first cities are from 2500-1500 B.C
    the cities were well planted, separable buildings between private workshops and public ones.
  • india geography

    is located in south asia next to indian ocean has the
    -indus river
    -ganges river
    and has himalaya on the north
  • egypt achievements

  • mesopotamia

    mesopotamia describes``land between rivers``
  • mesopotamia empires

    the empires was :
    -babylonian empire
    -assyrian empire
    -babylonia rises again -persian empire
  • egyptian dynasty

    the history of ancient egypt is the history of each of its dynasties . a dynasti ias a series of rulers from the same family or ethnic group. egypt had 31 dynasties.
  • the teachings of hisduism

    -The upanishads:it´s a text made by questions asked by pupils to teachers
    -Reincarnation:they believe that their re-birth in other living criatures it depends of thir behavior
    -Good behavior:better position in the next life
    -Bad behavior:wrost positionin the next life
  • hinduism in acient india

    developed over 3500 years ago it absorbet many beliefs. it has more than 850 million people hinduism don´t have a founder.
    politeist but also believe in ine single spirit that lives in everything (brahman)
  • the geography of china

    china is located in the east of asia
    china has variety of conditions of contrasting climate and ladforms, for example in the north china has aplains , but it´s dry. in the south the lad is different because it´s warm