Kevin Zhang's Global Timeline

Timeline created by kevinz315
  • 200

    Discovery of Agriculture

    Discovery of Agriculture
    The discovery of Agriculture was the first important era in human history due to the face that it helped Homo sapiens settle and eventually create civilization. This had drastic measures because with agriculture, Homo sapiens no longer needed to be hunter and gatherers; instead they could grow crops. This eventually gave a sense of how to build their civilizations and kept their town stable.
  • 462

    Democracy is established in Athens

    Democracy is established in Athens
    300 years after the discovery of Agriculture, democracy was established in Athens by Pericles. Democracy had been the first government system where the people have the power to have a say in how the government runs and how their city is controlled. Without Socrates, current countries such as the United States, Canada, and Brazil would not be democratic, and would not be able to hear people’s voices.
  • 496

    Socrates

    Socrates
    In 496, a rebel was born in Athens. This mastermind, Socrates, had started the era of challenging, questioning authority, and think critically. Socrates was a man that loved the truth from created knowledge and believed that knowledge was the answer to all problems. Without Socrates, we would not have expanded our knowledge of thinking outside the box and thinking for ourselves by asking questions.
  • 500

    Jesus Christ

    Jesus Christ
    Jesus Christ is the founder of Christianity, and had convinced many to convert worldwide. To be true Christian you must not judge others, love your enemy, and follow the Ten Commandments. Jesus Christ is important because he is the founder of one of the most popular religions in the world.
  • Jun 10, 1095

    The Crusades

    The Crusades
    The Crusades were a series of religious sanctioned military campaigns, who came from all of Western Europe. They were hired by the pope, kings, and nobles who had volunteered to take the objective of restoring Christian control of the Holy Land. During the era of the Crusades, the mainly consisted of Roman Catholics who had fought against Muslims and Greek Orthodox Christians.
  • Apr 15, 1452

    Leonardo da Vinci

    Leonardo da Vinci
    Leonardo da Vinci, the Renaissance man, was a major contribution to the Italian Renaissance due to his talent as a painter, scientist, artist, and an inventor. Leonardo da Vinci had studied anatomy and made discoveries of the human body and of how inner organs of a human worked. He had also painted the famous Mona Lisa, as well as write his Codex on the Flight of Birds.
  • Jun 10, 1517

    Martin Luther

    Martin Luther
    Martin luther was a German priest who initiated the Protestant Reformation. He strongly hated indulgences, the claim that freedom from God’s punishment of sin could be purchased with money. In 1517, he had revolted and created his Ninety-Five Theses and Lutheranism.
  • Jun 10, 1517

    The Protestant Reformation

    The Protestant Reformation
    The Protestant Reformation was important because people like Martin Luther stoop up against the corrupt Catholic Church. Many people pulled themselves out of the catholic and made different Christian religions, such as Lutheran, Calvinism, and Baptist. Christianity now has different branches, but without the Protestant Reformation the people would have still been under the corrupt catholic rule.
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