Tom white nikitha lattupally matt massaro jessica thomas
This presentation is the property of its rightful owner.
Sponsored Links
1 / 23

Tom White, Nikitha Lattupally, Matt Massaro, Jessica Thomas PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 90 Views
  • Uploaded on
  • Presentation posted in: General

Foundations of World History 8000 B.C.E. to 600 C.E. Tom White, Nikitha Lattupally, Matt Massaro, Jessica Thomas. Geographic Ranges. Mesopotamia Egypt Indus (India) Shang (China) Mesoamerica Andean South America. Geographical Maps.

Download Presentation

Tom White, Nikitha Lattupally, Matt Massaro, Jessica Thomas

An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Presentation Transcript


Tom white nikitha lattupally matt massaro jessica thomas

Foundations of World History

8000 B.C.E. to 600 C.E.

Tom White, Nikitha Lattupally, Matt Massaro, Jessica Thomas


Geographic ranges

Geographic Ranges

  • Mesopotamia

  • Egypt

  • Indus (India)

  • Shang (China)

  • Mesoamerica

  • Andean South America


Geographical maps

Geographical Maps

The map shows the geographical range during Alexander Empire and the Hellenistic World.


Geographical maps1

Geographical Maps


Geographical maps2

Geographical Maps


Geographical maps3

Geographical Maps


Geographical maps4

Geographical Maps


Geographical maps5

Geographical Maps


Geographical maps6

Geographical Maps


Geographical maps7

Geographical Maps


Geographical maps8

Geographical Maps


8000 b c e the current era

8000 B.C.E.-The Current Era

8500-3500-Development of farming in Middle East-Agricultural Revolution

2500-1750 Babylonian Empire in Middle East

2000-1500-Decline of the Middle Kingdom in Egypt, civil war

5000-2000 Age of innovation in Middle East: writing, bronze, metalworking, wheel, plow

5000 Domestication of maize in Mesoamerica

3100 Rise of Egyptian civilization

2500-1500-India civilization in South Asia

  • 2000-1000-Greeks begin to settle along the Mediterranean


8000 b c e the current era1

8000 B.C.E.- The Current Era

Greek defeat of Persia; spread of Athenian Empire

1760-1122 Shang Dynasty in China

Growth of empire in Egypt

753 Rome is founded

431-404 Peloponnesian Wars

500 Greek War against Persians

1029 - 258 Zhou dynasty

1750 Persia begins to expand its powerbase


1 c e to 600 c e

1 C.E. to 600 C.E.

527-565 Justinian, Eastern Emperor

476 Last Roman emperor deposed, fall of Rome

313 Conversion of Emperor Constantine to Christianity

30 Crucifixion of Christ

146 Roman conquest of Greece

330 Capital of Roman Empire moved to Constantinople

390 Rome Sacked by Gauls

589-618 Sui dynasty in China

319-540 Gupta Empire

300-400 Invasion of Europe by the Germanic tribes

27 Official beginning of the Roman Empire

395 Roman Empire divided into two halves, the Western half- Byzantine and the Eastern half

335 Rise of Alexander the Great- Hellenistic period


Tom white nikitha lattupally matt massaro jessica thomas

Key Vocabulary

Metalworking

Domestication

Pastoralist

Irrigation

Neolithic Revolution

Settled agriculture

Shifting cultivation

Migratory farmers

Nomadic pastoralism

Centralized rule

Decentralized rule


Tom white nikitha lattupally matt massaro jessica thomas

Key People

  • Gautama Buddha 563 to 483 B.C.E.

  • Religious leader

Jesus

  • Confucius 551-478 B.C.E.

  • Chinese philosopher

  • influential


Tom white nikitha lattupally matt massaro jessica thomas

Key People

  • Justinian

  • Eastern Roman Emperor

  • Project to restore the empire

  • Alexander the Great 356-323 B.C.E

  • successful ancient Greek military commander


Tom white nikitha lattupally matt massaro jessica thomas

Key People

  • Abraham

  • Christian, Jewish, and Islamic religions

  • Father of the people of Israel

  • Sargon

  • Created an empire

  • Founder of Akkad Dynasty

  • Trajan

  • Roman emperor, 98-117


Tom white nikitha lattupally matt massaro jessica thomas

Key People

  • Cyrus

  • Founder of the Persian empire

  • “Father of Iran”

  • Hammurabi

  • First king of the Babylonian empire

  • Wrote a set of codes


Tom white nikitha lattupally matt massaro jessica thomas

Key People

  • Emperor Wu of Han

  • 7th emperor of Han dynasty

  • Territorial expansion

  • Ashoka the Great

  • Indian emperor

  • Buddhist


Tom white nikitha lattupally matt massaro jessica thomas

Major Developments

  • Transition of agriculture

  • Irrigation systems

  • Introduction of religions

  • calendars, pottery containers, baskets, storehouses, weaving

  • introduction of bronze, metalworking

  • Feudalism

  • Slavery

  • Iron-plows, weapons

  • Social classes

  • Artisan classes

  • Settled agriculture


Tom white nikitha lattupally matt massaro jessica thomas

Major Developments

  • Political hierarchies

  • Trading networks

  • Conversion to agriculture in northern Europe, Southern Africa

  • Writing was developed in China

  • Cultivation of maize, potatoes, domestication of turkey and dogs

  • China began to build the Great Wall of China

  • Invention of paper and the compass

  • Root crops were introduced to Southern Africa through trade

  • Porcelain developed in China

  • Universities were established in India


  • Login