World History

  • 10,000 BCE

    acient greece

    acient greece
    forced many people to innvate using terrace farming
  • 10,000 BCE

    greece three seas

    greece three seas
    greece is close to aegean sea , mediterranean sea and ionian sea
  • 10,000 BCE

    greek poleis

    greek poleis
    greek poleis had different laws, calenders, goverments, but similar languages
  • 10,000 BCE

    mycenaeans

    mycenaeans
    borrwed writing from minoins called it linear b that formed into greek language
  • 10,000 BCE

    people

    people
    there were roughly 10,000 people in acropils
  • 9000 BCE

    Alphabet

    Alphabet
    around 9000 BCE, Phoenicians developed a 22 symbol alphabet ( eventually used by the greeks , romans, and us)
  • 7000 BCE

    Assyrians

    Assyrians
    the Assyrian Empire conquers most of the Mesopotamia around 7000 BCE due to the adoption of iron weapons
  • 6000 BCE

    Nile River

    Nile River
    around 6000 bce, settlers began to inhabit the area around the Nile River
  • 6000 BCE

    hieroglyphics

    hieroglyphics
    ancient Egyptians created hieroglyphs
  • 6000 BCE

    rossetta stone

    rossetta stone
    the rossetta stone helped researches figure out what hieroglyphs meant
  • 6000 BCE

    paper

    paper
    ancient Egyptians invented paper made from papyrus
  • 6000 BCE

    afterlife

    afterlife
    the Egyptians believe in the afterlife and mummed the rich people and kept the for the after life
  • 3000 BCE

    mesopotamia existed

    mesopotamia existed
    it started existing around 3000 BCE was home to many different civilizations
  • 3000 BCE

    farmers

    farmers
    farmers groomed more then needed , trade the rest, and others focused on other trades
  • 3000 BCE

    Sumerians

    Sumerians
    Sumerians invented the wheel , plow, and sail boats
  • 3000 BCE

    New Stone Age

    New Stone Age
    people raised animals for food ; reproducing best and strongest animals
  • 3000 BCE

    Yangtze river

    Yangtze river
    the 3rd longest river in the world
  • 3000 BCE

    Confucius

    Confucius
    had deep respect for elders , teachers, and family members by young people
  • 3000 BCE

    daoism

    daoism
    it cannot be controlled therefore , you should let it do its thing
  • 3000 BCE

    legalism

    legalism
    taut that highly efficient and effective government is the key to social order and harmony
  • 3000 BCE

    ming dynasty

    ming dynasty
    revamped the wall with bricks and current wall stretches over 5000 miles llong
  • 1924 BCE

    homoerectus

    homoerectus
    the first to utilize fire
  • 1856 BCE

    Neanderthal

    Neanderthal
    neanderthals compared to humans have shorter legs, bigger body, and stockier structure
  • 1500 BCE

    homo habilis

    homo habilis
    the first species to use carved stone tools
  • 1000 BCE

    old Stone Age

    old Stone Age
    people started to bury dead( becoming religious)
  • 1000 BCE

    hinduism

    hinduism
    hinduism is the largest polytheistic religion in the world
  • 1000 BCE

    cows

    cows
    in hindui tradition cows are sacred animals, they are holy because they provide so much for society
  • 1000 BCE

    untouchables

    untouchables
    they are the outcast of society. they collect garbage , animal slaughtering and grave diggers. they are the most left out
  • 1000 BCE

    buddisms

    buddisms
    soon became the'' Buddha'' which means ''enlightened one''
  • 1000 BCE

    gods

    gods
    there is no gods in buddishm because through meditation they seeked enlightenment
  • 264 BCE

    Romes rivers

    Romes rivers
    surrounded by Mediterranean Sea, Adriatic Sea, and Tyrrhenian Sea
  • 264 BCE

    Punic war

    Punic war
    the first punic war started in 264 BCE. both sides fought over rich farmland of silicy
  • 264 BCE

    gladius

    gladius
    these were short sword that soldiers used
  • 218 BCE

    second punic war

    second punic war
    lead by Carthaginian general Hannibal and his famed elephants army
  • 149 BCE

    third punic war

    third punic war
    Carthage is wiped off the map as Rome attacks pillage and burns the city to ground
  • birthday

    birthday
  • early artifacts

    early artifacts
    archaeologist study culture but focus on people and artifacts no longer around