Humanities 7

  • Time of Lucy

    4 million BCE. They were biped, and were able to gather food, carry their young and defend themselves with their hands,They had teeth and were omnivores.
  • Homo Habilis

    2 millions BCE. They were biped, omnivores, had bigger brains and were able to create and use tools.
  • Homo Eructus

    1.8 million BCE. They were biped, omnivores, able to create and use tools and disconered how to make unatural fire.
  • Neanderthal (Homo Sapiens)

    Approximately 5 hundred thousand. They were biped, omnivores, able yo create and use sophisticsted tools, made fire and had a very strong sense of community. They protected their wounded, young and elderly and even buried their dead with memorables like tools.
  • Homo Sapiens Sapiens

    Modern Human. They are bipedal, pmnivores, had bigger brains, able to create and use sophistcated tools, had a stong sense of community, built fires and started agriculture communication and language in writing and speech and they started to create art.
  • 1805: Rise of the Kingdom of Sumer

    Approx. 2900 BCE Sumer is an ancient civilization in southern Mesopotamia.
  • 1806: The Epic of Gilgamesh

    Exact date of writing unknown; best copies discovered in a 7th century BCE royal library. The Epic of Gilgamesh is about a friendship between Gilgamesh and Enkidu. Enkidu is a wild man created by the gods as Gilgamesh's equal to distract him from oppressing the people of Uruk. Together, they journey to the Cedar Mountain to defeat Humbaba, its monstrous guard. Later they kill the Bull of Heaven, which the goddess Ishtar sends to punish Gilgamesh. As a punishment for these actions, they gods had
  • 1807: Abraham

    Approx. 1900BCE Abraham lived in Ur, a city in Mesopatamia. God commanded Abraham to leave his home and move to Israel. Although for decades Abraham and his wife Sarah could not have a baby, in her elder years she had a baby called Isaac. God then commanded Abrham to sacrifice his son because of Abraham's faith and obedience. Then, Abraham moved to the land of Canaan (Palestine). They found a people called the Hebrews there. But like eveyone else, they worshipped God.
  • 1808: Hammurabi’s Code

    1792-1750 BCE The sixth Babylonian king, Hammurabi,made the code, and they are copies existing on a human-sized stone stele and various clay tablets. The Code consists of 282 laws, with punishments.
  • 1809: Joseph goes to Egypt and the Israelites follow

    Approx. 1700-1280 BCE Abrham's grandson was Jacob. JAcob had 12 sons - the 12 families became the Twelve Tribes of Israel. Jacob's favorite son was Joseph. He gave him a coat of many colors and his brothers became so jelous that they faked his "death" and sold Joseph into slavery. A slaveowner c arried him to Eygpt. Joseph's brothers visited Egypt: Joseph forgave them and his whole family moved to be with him. WHen a famine hit Palestine, Joseph moved to all the Israelites to Eygpt.
  • 1810: Moses, the Exodus from Egypt, and the Ten Commandments

    Approx. 1280-1240 BCE Under the NEw KIngdom in Eygpt, the Jewish people were enslaved. Ramses the Great was Pharoh. He was afraid of the growing numbers of Jews and slave revolts. He ordered that all male Jewish babies be killed. Moses' mother put jer baby in a basket and floated him down the river, where he was found and raised by Pharaoh's daughter! The Ten Commandments inscribed on two stone tablets. God set down morals laws for humanity.
  • 1811: The Time of the Judges/The Time Before Kings

    Approx. the middle of the 13th century to the middle of the 11th century BCE ~Im noy sure about this one~
  • 1812: The Reign of David

    Approx. 1013-973 BCE David one day went to visit the visit the war and this KIng called Galieif challenging the army. Nbody goes for the challenge so then one day David goes for the challenge. David goes to Galief and he wins by the power of god. They then celebrated but then David has tyo goin hiding for safety. He also becomes king.
  • 1813: Elijah

    Approx. 875-853 BCE One day God tells Elijah to go to the desert with these other people but he gives them food and water. He thens fixes helps a city by challegneging the kind. He calls the lord for fire, fire comes. When Aham askes for fire, nothing happens.
  • 1814: Siege of Lachish

    701 BCE The Siegh of Lachish is like Picture a room whose walls are completely covered with stone carvings about eight feet (2.5m) high. They tell the story of a great siege. The siege of Lachish in Judea, The Lachish tells us about an bloody war around the town.
  • 1815: Siege of Jerusalem

    587 BCE Lachish, about 25 miles (40 km) south-west of Jerusalem, is today known as Tell ed-Duweir. At the time of thesiege, it was a heavily fortified hill town, the second city after Jerusalem of the kingdom of Judah, which had managed, just,to stay independent of the Assyrians.
  • 1816: Indus Valley Civilizations

    2000 BCE
  • 1817: The Aryan Invasion and the Vedas

    1700 BCE
  • 1818: The Ascetics and the Upanishads

    700-500 BCE