Humanities 7

By Lorrie
  • Lifetime of Lucy

    4 million years ago, First early hominid
  • Homo Habilis

    2 million years ago started making tools
  • Homo Erectus

    1.8 million years ago discovered fire
  • Neanderthals

    less than 500,000 discorvered a sense of community
  • Homo Sapiens Sapiens

    Modern Humans started farming
  • Rise of the Kingdom of Sumer

    Approx. 2900 BCE
    Near Egypt, in Mesopotamia, surrounded by a desert,mountains, and bodies of water.
  • The Epic of Gilgamesh

    Gilgamesh the king of his land, traveled to find the power to become imortal, born mortal.
  • Abraham

    Approx. 1900BCE
    inspired by multiple religions, the first to believe in monotheism
  • Hammurabi’s Code

    1792-1750 BCE
    king/god who was given the power to create and inforce his rules by Shamash which are also known as Hammurabi's code
  • Joseph goes to Egypt and the Israelites follow

    Approx. 1700-1280 BCE
    inforced the belief of monotheism with the help of god
  • Moses, the Exodus from Egypt, and the Ten Commandments

    Approx. 1280-1240 BCE
    From the torach from belief from the torah or in the same category
  • The Time of the Judges/The Time Before Kings

    Approx. the middle of the 13th century to the middle of the 11th century BCE
    Deborah was the only female judge along with other male judges
  • The Reign of David

    Approx. 1013-973 BCE
    King David took over land and was soon resigned from his position by force.
  • Elijah

    Approx. 875-853 BCE
    Elijah fought against a cruel king whom mainly everyone was too scared to fight him and he won using only a sling shot.
  • Siege of Lachish

    Assyrian rulers based in northern Iraq had built an empire that stretched from Iran to Egypt.
    Sennacherib was ruler of the great Assyrian empire.
    It was the largest land empire that had yet been created, and it was the result of the prodigious Assyrian war-machine.
    -701 BCE
  • Siege of Jerusalem

    Was a heavily fortified hill town.
    Independent of the Assyrians.
    Lachish stood at a vital strategic point on the key trade routes linking Mesopotamia to the Mediterranean and to the immense wealth of Egypt.
    -587 BCE
  • Indus Valley Civilizations

    2000 BCE
  • The Aryan Invasion and the Vedas

    1700 BCE
  • The Ascetics and the Upanishads

    700-500 BCE