Human Progress: A History of the World

  • Period: 70,000 BCE to 8000 BCE

    Paleolithic Age (Old Stone Age)

  • 20,000 BCE

    Paleolithic Tools

    Paleolithic Tools
    Paleolithic people invented stone tools.
  • 20,000 BCE

    Paleolithic Weapons

    Paleolithic Weapons
    Paleolithic people invented the spear and bow and arrow.
  • 20,000 BCE

    Fire

    Fire
    Paleolithic people learned how to make fire
  • 20,000 BCE

    Paleolithic Shelter

    Paleolithic Shelter
    Paleolithic people lived in caves.
  • Period: 8001 BCE to 3000 BCE

    Neolithic Age (New Stone Age)

  • 4000 BCE

    Neolithic People Tamed Pets

    Neolithic People Tamed Pets
    Neolothic people wanted dogs as their pets.
  • 4000 BCE

    Neolithic Food

    Neolithic Food
    Neolithic people raised animals and grew crops for food.
  • 4000 BCE

    Neolithic Villages

    Neolithic Villages
    Neolithic people lived in villages.
  • 4000 BCE

    Neolithic Shelter

    Neolithic Shelter
    Neolithic people learned how to make houses
  • Period: 3001 BCE to 1000 BCE

    Bronze Age

  • 2000 BCE

    Records in the Bronze Age

    Records in the Bronze Age
    Historians know more about the Bronze Age civilizations than about earlier people. This is because people in the Bronze Age kept written records, like laws.
  • 2000 BCE

    Similar civilizations

    Similar civilizations
    Each civilization had cities, government, social classes, religion, writing, and art. Over time, cultures have changed, but the basic characteristics of civilization have stayed the same.
  • 2000 BCE

    Bronze Age Civilization

    Bronze Age Civilization
    They began to form civilizations. The first civlizations started in river valleys in Mesopotamia, Egypt, India, and China.
  • 2000 BCE

    Bronze Age Tools

    Bronze Age Tools
    Bronze Age people made tools out of metal.
  • 1800 BCE

    Roman Influence

    Roman Influence
    European nations borrow roman ideas about government and law.
  • 509 BCE

    Roman Laws

    Roman Laws
    One big change the romans made tin the worlds system were laws. The laws were carved into tablets of stone or tables.
  • 509 BCE

    The Roman Republic

    The Roman Republic
    The Romans didn't have a king. The Roman Repubilc was made up of two consuls. the consuls were in charge of the government and armies. they ruled for 6 months an had to give up there power.
  • 509 BCE

    senators patricians could pass laws

    senators patricians could pass laws
  • 509 BCE

    The Head of the Roman

    The Head of the Roman
    They elected a dictator who had complete control over the government and the army. The dictator was in charge for 6 months an then they would pick another one.
  • 509 BCE

    Romans

    Romans
    citizens could vote.
  • 509 BCE

    assembly plebeians

    assembly plebeians
    assembly plebeians also make laws.
  • 509 BCE

    the laws of the Romes

    the laws of the Romes
    A dictator who had complete control of the government. A dictator is like a president.
  • 509 BCE

    Romans passing laws

    Romans  passing laws
    Romans invented a new type of government in 509
    -no king
  • Period: 509 BCE to 27 BCE

    The Roman Republic

    The time period during which the city-state of Rome existed as a republic.
  • 33 BCE

    growth of christianiiy

    growth of christianiiy
    after jesus die people set up christian churches.
  • Period: 27 BCE to 476

    The Roman Empire

    The civilization of Rome was a republic from 509 BC to 27 BC. During this time, Rome was run by two consuls (like presidents), and a Senate and Assembly that made laws. In 27 BC, the Senate gave extraordinary power to Octavian. Octavian became the first Roman emperor, or the one supreme ruler of the Roman Empire. From approximately 20 AD until about 300 AD, the Roman Empire tried to wipe out Christianity.
  • 20

    Growth of Chirstianity

    Growth of Chirstianity
    Jesus taught about Christianity.
  • 312

    Growth of chistianity

    Constantine became the first Christian emperor of Rome.
  • 313

    Girowth of christianity

    In 313 A.D., he passed the Edict of Milan, which said christiaity should be allowed by the state
  • 393

    the Growth of christianity

    under Theodosius the Great, Christianity became Rome’s official religion.
  • Roman influence

    Roman influence
    The us borrows the ideas of having elected officials,branches of government ,and a basic law.
  • Roman Influence

    We got laws from the Romans.
  • Period: to

    The Development of Worldwide Democracy

    In 1788, the United States of America borrowed features of ancient Roman government and law to create the first modern democracy (a government where citizens can vote for their leaders and laws). Since then, nations around the world have been doing the same.