Micaella_dalat

  • Period: 4500 BCE to 350 BCE

    Egyptians and Kushites (pg.82-113)

    There was three kingdoms named Old Kingdom, Middle Kingdom, New kingdom. The Kush people lived up the Nile. Egypt and Kush fought for power and each had its part.<---got land then lost it, and over again.
  • 3300 BCE

    Egypt-Achievements (pg.102-106)

    Egypt-Achievements (pg.102-106)
    Hieroglyphics was made 3300BC or 3200BC. The Rosetta Stone was made around 1799BC. Maybe this all started in the 3300, i don't see the start of the achievements.
  • 3000 BCE

    Mesopotamia-An Advanced Society (pg.60)

    Mesopotamia-An Advanced Society (pg.60)
    Hundred thousand Sumerians traveled to Mesopotamia and they called it Sumer.
  • 3000 BCE

    Egypt-The Pyramids PAGE

    Egypt-The Pyramids PAGE
    Huge stone tombs, triangle-shaped and made pyramids during in the old kingdom.
  • Period: 3000 BCE to 2179 BCE

    Mesopotamia and the later people-The city states of Sumer PAGE

    Hundred of thousand people moved to Sumer and these people were mainly farmers. As time pasted a ruler named Sargon wanted more land, so he invaded the neighboring countries, and this was the worlds first empire
  • Period: 2700 BCE to 2200 BCE

    Egypt - Old Kingdom (pg.90)

    A period in Egypt that lasted about 500 years.
  • 2400 BCE

    Mesopotamia-Advances and Inventions (Pg.65-67)

    Mesopotamia-Advances and Inventions (Pg.65-67)
    The wheel made in 3500BC.
    The pictographs were made in 3200BC.
  • 2300 BCE

    Mesopotamia-Rise of the Akkadian Empire (pg.61)

    Mesopotamia-Rise of the Akkadian Empire (pg.61)
    Sargon wanted to extend Akkadians territory, he launched many wars to the neighboring kingdoms. His army defeated every city state in sumer and also conquered northern Mesopotamia and being the entire empire under one rule.He established the first Empire.
  • 2300 BCE

    India- Harappan Achievements (pg.126-129)

    India- Harappan Achievements (pg.126-129)
    They were in 2300BCE to 1700BCE and changed India a lot. They had indoor Pluming and made India's first writing system.
  • Period: 2300 BCE to 1700 BCE

    India Indus River Vallays (pg.126-128)

    Harappans lived up at the Indus river, this civilization was called the modern city. The two largest cities were Harappa and Mohenjo Daro. Most houses had indoor pluming and were great at Pottery, jewelry, ivory and cotton clothing.
  • Period: 2050 BCE to 1800 BCE

    Egypt - The Middle Kingdom (pg.96)

    A period of order and stability that lasted to 250 years.
  • 2000 BCE

    Mesopotamia-Architecture- Ziggurat (pg.68)

    Mesopotamia-Architecture- Ziggurat (pg.68)
    A pyramid shaped temple tower in Ur.
  • 2000 BCE

    India- Hinduism (pg.130-135)

    India- Hinduism (pg.130-135)
    The largest religion in India today. This was brought from people in Asia and mixed it with other.
  • Period: 2000 BCE to 63 BCE

    Early Hebrews (pg.202-207)

    Hebrew is a Bible traces back when man named Abraham. One day Abraham was told by God to go to the west with his family. He had this journey to do and when he was doing it he had troubles in and out.
  • 1900 BCE

    India- Judaism (pg.134-135)

    India- Judaism (pg.134-135)
    Judaism is based on a man named Mahavira who taught do not steal, tell the truth, injure no life.
  • Period: 1792 BCE to 1000 BCE

    Babylonians and Later People (p. 72-77)

    In 1792BCE Babylon rose to power when the king made the Hammurabi's code. They also had iron weapons and chariots, a wheeled horse-drawn cart used in battle.The traders developed one of the world first alphabet.
  • 1754 BCE

    Mesopotamia-Hammurabi's Code-Laws about everyday life (pg.73)

    Mesopotamia-Hammurabi's Code-Laws about everyday life (pg.73)
    The Hammurabi's code was a set of 282 laws that dealt with almost every part of daily life.
  • Period: 1550 BCE to Apr 11, 1050

    Egypt - New kingdom (pg.97-101)

    A period during during which Egypt reached the height of its power and of its power and glory.
  • 1312 BCE

    Hebrews- Torah (pg.210)

    Hebrews- Torah (pg.210)
    The most sacred text of Judaism.
  • 1250 BCE

    Hebrews- Ten Commandments (pg.204)

    Hebrews- Ten Commandments (pg.204)
    Ten Commandments are a code of moral laws. For example I shall not kill, i shell not steal and so.
  • Period: 900 BCE to 374 BCE

    Greek-Sparta (p. 266-268)

    Sparta was an amazing army. But everything has its bad side, if a baby boy was born the government officials had to look at him, and if was healthy he would join the army, but if the boy was weak and not healthy they would leave him outside the city to be left to die Boys could do run, swim and threw javelins. Woman could run, jump, wrestle, and throw javelins.
  • 800 BCE

    Greek- Achievements (pg.277-282)

    Greek- Achievements (pg.277-282)
    Greeks were known for their art, including sculpture, painting, architecture and writings.
  • Period: 750 BCE to 320 BCE

    Greece-The Athenians (p. 236-271)

    The Athenians were trained for the army but not as harsh as Sparta. Also they would go to war for 2 years and come back to their home. They taught philosophy, literature, and other subjects.
  • 700 BCE

    Greek- Boys and Girls education in Athens (pg.268-269)

    Greek- Boys and Girls education in Athens (pg.268-269)
    Education was important! Men could could get education in a young age and had education. Some girls and women could be educated, only if they were from rich family. Woman's couldn't have land, couldn't disobey there fathers and husbands, they had as much rights as a kid.
  • 600 BCE

    China- The Great wall (pg.175-176)

    China- The Great wall (pg.175-176)
    A big wall across northern frontier of China.
  • 590 BCE

    Greece- Citizens (pg.237)

    Greece- Citizens (pg.237)
    People taught that Draco laws were to harsh and so a man named Solon made new and less harsh laws and all free men become citizens.
  • 574 BCE

    China- Han Achievements (pg. 182-183)

    China- Han Achievements (pg. 182-183)
    They made the Sundial made in 574, Seismograph made in 132, and Acupuncture.
  • 563 BCE

    India- Buddhism (pg.136-140)

    India- Buddhism (pg.136-140)
    Buddhism is a religion based on the teachings of the Buddha. Buddha was Siddhartha Gautama. He made the four Noble Truths.
  • 551 BCE

    China- Confucius (pg.169)

    China- Confucius (pg.169)
    Confucius is born in 551BCE -479BCE. Was a Chinese and grew up with poverty. He made a religion called Confucianism and it teached ideas like family members should be loyal to each other and a king should be a role model for others.
  • Period: 550 BCE to 480 BCE

    Greek-Persia (p. 260-261)

    A ruler named Cyrus the Great was a great leader. He took nearly all Asia Minor and this was the biggest conquer, he was the most successful. His army was well organized, strong and loyal.
  • 500 BCE

    China- Daoism (pg 170-171)

    China- Daoism (pg 170-171)
    Daoism was a religion about living in harmony with the Dao. Laozi the creater, there was a myth about how Laozi was born in the 500BC or 400BC, already an old man and Laozi means "Old Baby".
  • 500 BCE

    Greece- Democracy (pg.236-237)

    Greece- Democracy (pg.236-237)
    Democracy was a government in which people ruled.
  • 500 BCE

    Greek- Philosophy (pg.281-282)

    Greek- Philosophy (pg.281-282)
    Socrates was a thinker and a teacher, made people question their own believes, but that made people angry and he got arrested and killed. Plato was a student of Socrates, Plato created schools and Plato argued that society should be run by philosophers. Aristotle was a student of Plato, maybe the greatest thinker too. He tough that peoples life's should be balanced, or has reason.
  • Period: 320 BCE to 500 BCE

    The Mauryans and Guptas (pg.142-145)

    Mauryans had a complex government. They had a network of spies and a huge army of some 600,000 soldiers. The soldiers had thousand war elephant and thousands of chariots.
  • 300 BCE

    Greek- Mathematics (pg.281)

    Greek- Mathematics (pg.281)
    Euclid is one of the worlds greatest mathematicians. He lived in Egypt and he wrote the relationships of math, and other fields, music and astronomy. Geometry he is known for, he study's the flat shapes and lines called Euclidean geometry.
  • 251 BCE

    Indian Achievements (pg. 147-151)

    Indian Achievements (pg. 147-151)
    India was known for its temples and paintings(art). Most of the paintings were about religious teachings. They did epics, metallurgy, Hind-Arabic numbers, inoculation and astronomy. Around 251BCE.
  • 210 BCE

    China- Shi Huangdi's tomb (pg.174)

    China- Shi Huangdi's tomb (pg.174)
    Shi Huangdi was a hursh ruler and only trusted himself. He made this tomb to protect him when died. This tomb has more then 6,000 clay soldiers.
  • 200

    Hebrews- Talmud (pg.210)

    Hebrews- Talmud (pg.210)
    Talmud is a set of commentaries and lessons about life. This Talmud were made in 200AD and 600AD.
  • Apr 11, 800

    Greece- Homer (pg. 246-247)

    Greece- Homer (pg. 246-247)
    Homer was there in 800-700BC. He was the greatest poet in the world at that time, he was blind and recited the Iliad and the Odyssey aloud.
  • Mesopotamia-First city-states (pg.54-57) DATE

    Mesopotamia-First city-states (pg.54-57) DATE
    Ur, Uruk, and Eridu.
  • China- Legalism (pg.170-171)

    China- Legalism (pg.170-171)
    Legalism was a belief that people were bad cause of nature and needed to be controlled.