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Early World History Project

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on 7 June 2010

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Early World History Project Era 4 Part 1 Eras 1-3 (Part 1) Era 5 Era 4 (Part 2) Eras 1-3 (Part 2) World Religons Christianity Buddhism Islam Hinduism Judaism Shang Summerians Civilizations of Mesopotamia Egyptians New Stone Age Old Stone Age Indus Early Humans Minoans Mycians Sparta Athens Empire of Alexander the Great Roman Republic Roman Empire Byzantine Empire Russia Umayyad Dynasty Abbasid Dynasty Ottoman Empire Safavid Empire Delhi Sultanate Mughal India Ghana, Mali, Sonhia Mongol Empire Ming Dynasty Empire / Renaissance & Scientific Revolution European Exploration African Slave Trade South & Southeast Asia Americas (Spain and Portugal) Spain Crown French Monarchy Parliament & England Austria Prussia Russia Olmec Empire Mayan Empire Aztec Empire Inca Empire Inuit Iroquois League Germanic Kingdoms Charlemagne's Empire Midevil Times England's Monarchy French Monarchy Early humans were called homo-erectus. Mohenjo-Daro largest civilization in the Indus valley Civilization. Built the three great pyrimids, which are still standing today. Began with farming, and people domesticated plants and animals. Had 30 emperors through 17 generations. Had 12 city-states. Modern humans came to be at the end of the old stone age. Inclueded Summerians, Babalonians and the Assyerians. Known for 14 stone heads. Used two agricultural methods slash and burn. William became king on Christmas, also known for Magna Carta. Had strong leadership from Phillip Agustus Known for human sacrifices. Daily life was strictly regulated. League of 5 Iroquois tribes. Church had political powers. Unified Europe by fighting Muslims. Took over multipule provinces durring its' reign. Best known creation was the igloo. Associated with the greek myth of the laberinth. Took after Mynoans, started trade. In Sparta the civilization was more important than the person. Formed idea of democracy. Was led by Julius Ceaser. Led by Alexander the Great. Spread to North Africa. Roman empire in the middle ages. World's largest forest reservoir. It was formed by a relative of Mohammad's uncle. At its' height it spanned three continents. At one point, they were the sixth largest empire. It was taken over by the Mughal Empire. Ghana was the first, then Mali, then Sonhia Grew through invasions through Mongolia and Turkey. One of the greatest eras of orderly goverment. Occured when new ideas of physics, astronamy and geology. Wanted to set up new trade. Was first stop on the triangular trade. The inqusition began to root out five punic rebelions. Explored by Christopher Columbus for Spain. Known for inventing school, and King Charlamagne. Lots of volcanic activity in this area. Most important durring the fifteenth and nineteenth centuries. Largest country in the world. England's goverment system. Borders Germany and the Czech Republic. Believes in love and compassion. A man meditated for 49 days and became enlightened. Major believors in Karma. Mohammed was the creator and meditated in a cave. Torah is the sacred text. Was one of the most significant ruling dynasties in Iran. The Mughal Empire was the dominant power in India between the mid-16th century and the early 18th century.
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