Pre-History_to_History

Pre-History_to_History - Pre History to History Paleolithic...

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Pre- History to History Paleolithic Age (4 million BCE to 7000 BCE) Neolithic Age (7000 BCE) “Agricultural Revolution” Mesopotamia Tigris and Euphrates Rivers Nile River Indus River Yellow River Copper Bronze Bronze Age Iron Hittites
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Mesopotamia Sumerians Semitic Peoples Sargan the Great (2,000 BCE) Akkad Akkadian Empire Fertile Crescent Cuneiform Writing Ziggurats
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Epic of Gilgamesh Code of Hammurabi Old Babylonians (Amorites) Hittites Assyrians New Babylonians (Chaldees)
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Assyria, Phoenicia, Persia Assyrians 900 BCE- 612 BCE Nineveh Assur Chaldees Phoenicians Carthage Phonetic Alphabet 1000 BCE Persian Empire Shown at its largest extent (below):
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Persepolis Satrapies Darius I 522-486 BCE Zoroastrianism: Zoroaster (Zarathustra) The Avesta Ahuramazda (God of Good) Ahriman (God of Evil)
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Hebrews Moses Exodus Palestine Philistines Saul David Jerusalem Solomon r. 970-935 BCE United Monarchy under Solomon:
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