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World History 6.08 Timeline

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Leo Condon

on 13 December 2012

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Science, Technology, and Innovation A Walk Through Time 3500 B.C.E. The Wheel 1700 B.C.E. Diagnostic Medicine 450 B.C.E. Carrier Pigeons 150 C.E. Chronologically from prehistory to 1600 C.E. 1569 C.E. Accurate Mapping Image Credits Wheel Mesopotamia One of the biggest advancements of all time, the wheel revolutionized travel and labor. The oldest proven use of the wheel dates to 3500 B.C.E. in Mesopotamia. Egypt Diagnostic medicine is taken for granted today, you can be tested for any known disease before symptoms develop. This concept first started in Ancient Egypt. Ancient Greece Modern Paper Song Dynasty China Cai Lun created paper by drying tree pulp, cloth, and other fibers on a screen rack. The year in which he did so is unknown, however the invention of paper was reported to the emperor in 150 C.E. Holy Roman Empire Geradus Mecator, a skilled cartographer and brass engraver created a new way to draw maps, which was much more accurate than previous methods. http://www.markville.ss.yrdsb.edu.on.ca/projects/classof2008/mel5/holling/mesopotamia%20web%20site.htm Blood Test http://www.examiner.com/ Pigeon Paper Scrolls Geradus Globe http://www.chinatourguide.com/guizhou/Traditional_Paper_making_Preserved_in_Shiqiao_Village.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Erdglobus_Mercator_Detail_8.jpg www.homesforheroes.com Originally conceived by the greeks, these highly trained birds were even used in WWI and WWII to carry messages. A history of Science, Technology, and Innovation Major achievements from the past that still help us today Leo Condon 12/12/2012 The Wheel Diagnostic
Medicines Carrier
Pigeons Modern Paper Better
Mapping Pre-History C.E. 1600
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