December 15, 2019
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The Sumerian Empire First to introduce imperialism The first dynasty
The Babylonian Empire ruled by man names Hammurabi he created the code of Hammurabi which means 'an eye for an eye' Hanging Gardens of Babylon - one of the wonders of the ancient world
The Shang Dynasty in China based on agriculture, millet, wheat, and barley was an aristocratic society Began a highly developed a calendar system
The Phoenicians people who occupied the eastern coast of the Mediterranean Skilled in wood, ivory, and metal working major contribution of creating a alphabetic writing system that became the root of the Western alphabets and the English alphabet (where the word phonics comes from)
The Greek Dark Age
The Archaic Period
The Classic Period
Alexander the Great Philip, a King of Macedonia conquered the rest of the Greek peninsula and gave it to his son Alexander. Became King at Age 20.
The last Roman soldiers left Britain
Battle of Tours France defeated the Muslims
The Vikings in North America Norse settlers migrated across the North Atlantic because they had a shortage of good farm land in Scandinavia
Erik the Red in 982 the Icelanders sentenced Erik to exile for three years due to "some killings" he committed. Erik then sailed to a myseterious land (Greenland) with his wift and young son Leif and spent 3 years exploring the land
Icelandic Age of Settlement Most of the island was claimed and "Althingi", the ruling assembly of the Icelandic Commonwealth, was founded Created historical records in skin manuscripts called The Sagas.
The Battle of Hastings
The Stone Age Divided into 3 periods: Paleolithic (Old Stone), Mesolithic (Middle Stone), and Neolithic (New Stone). The first societies were clans and hunters and gatherers.
Neolithic Recolution when hunter-gathers settled down into villages and began farming and domesticating animals
The Bronze and Iron Ages The Empires
The Dark Ages
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