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 Europe before 1000 BCE
It was preceded by agriculture and the raising of animals, which appeared in sunny Greece as early as 6000 BCE - around the time that people there built stone walls around their villages, presumably to protect themselves from wild animals and marauding outsiders.
By 4000 BCE, Europeans were using a wooden plow, and, sometime after 4000, farming spread to people around the Vistula River and into Scandinavia, while in Finland those people to be known as Finns hunted seals and bred pigs.
By around 2000 BCE the Bell Beakers had traveled as far as what is now Czech Republic in central Europe, as far as Corsica, Sicily and North Africa, and they had entered Britain as far north as what is now Scotland.
www.fsmitha.com /h1/ch07.htm   (1502 words)

  
 Global Networking Timeline: 30,000 BCE-999 CE
3500 BCE - [M] A 10,000 km strong network of long-distance trade routes spans the seas (a total of 1,000 km) and lands (a total of 9,000 km) of Eurasia and Africa (reanalysis of Sherratt 2003 data in Ciolek, forthcoming).
A second network (in addition to that established circa 4000 BCE in Mesopotamia), centered on north-eastern China, was established (Sherratt 2003).
Distant signalling stations would use torches to indicate the beginning and end of the transmission, as well as which of the many possible water levels was to be noted down and interpreted according to a given codebook (James and Thorpe 1994, cited in Chang et al.
www.ciolek.com /GLOBAL/early.html   (2873 words)

  
 Famous Warriors
The Roman army of the 1st centuries BCE and AD was at its peak as an offensive weapon.
By the 1st century BCE the Sarmatians dominated the steppes northeast of the Black Sea.
The crossbow appeared in China in the 6th century BCE, and although originally used for defending towns and forts, it was being employed in pitched battles by 340 BCE.
www.mystical-sites.stevenredhead.com /Warriors/Index.html   (8035 words)

  
 Thru 1900
4000 BCE In ancient Babylon, the Sumerians began recording the cycles of the sun, the Moon, and the harvest.
1200 BCE Birth of the prophet Moses in the Nile Valley of Earth.
The change from thinking of the Earth as the center of the solar system to a heliocentric model is a key development in the understanding of the nature of the universe.
members.tripod.com /starbase_10/timeline1.htm   (2667 words)

  
 Wikinfo | Timeline of Buddhism   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
563 BCE: Buddha is born in Lumbini, Ancient India.
100s BCE: Theravada Buddhism is officially introduced to Sri Lanka by the Venerable Mahinda, the son of the emperor Ashoka of India during the reign of king Devanampiya-Tissa.
Late 1100s: The great Buddhist educational centre at Nalanda, where various subjects were taught such as Buddhism, Logic, Philosophy, Law, Medicine, Grammar, Yoga, Alchemy and Astrology, was destroyed.
www.wikinfo.org /wiki.php?title=Timeline_of_Buddhism   (2796 words)

  
 Buddhism / timeline of buddhism   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
563 BCE: Siddhārtha Gautama, Buddha-to-be, is born in Lumbini, Ancient India.
220 BCE: Theravada Buddhism is officially introduced to Sri Lanka by the Venerable Mahinda, the son of the emperor Ashoka of India during the reign of king Devanampiya Tissa.
Late 1100s: The great Buddhist educational centre at Nalanda, where various subjects were taught such as Buddhism, Logic, Philosophy, Law, Medicine, Grammar, Yoga, Mathematics, Alchemy and Astrology, was destroyed.
www.buddhism-guide.com /buddhism/timeline_of_buddhism.htm   (3281 words)

  
 Cadiz at Caribbean Topfunwebsites
Traditionally, its date of establishment is about 1100s BCE, although as of 2004 no archaeology finds have been found that date back further than the 9th century BCE.
One resolution of the discrepancy has been to assume that it was in the initial phase merely a small trading post.
In about 500s BCE the city fell under the sway of Carthage.
www.topfunwebsites.com /abaco/cadiz.html   (813 words)

  
 Chapter One
Slash-and-burn farming remained the norm long after agrarian societies began to cut, burnt, and built permanent fields and settlements to produce expansive landscape of settled agriculture in the plains.
By the sixth century BCE, elements of Aryan ideology were adapted to local conditions by elites in diverse agrarian societies.
This was a recipe for taking the infinite complexity of ancient society and reducing it to a single schematic ideological order in which everyone knew their place.
www.history.upenn.edu /coursepages/hist086/material/Chap1.htm   (6590 words)

  
 Hellenic Tribes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
In the 12th century BCE they began migrating southward, and three separate Doric tribes (Hylleis, Pamphyloi, and the Dymanes) settled in eastern and southern Peloponnesus, displacing the native Achaeans.
For a variety of reasons, the 17th to 13th centuries BCE saw a general retreat, one which did not begin to reverse itself until the 9th century BCE (leading to the eventual flowering of Classic-Age civilization by the 5th century).
) in the reign of Merneptah (roughly 1230 BCE).
www.hostkingdom.net /gktrib.html   (3300 words)

  
 The Original Wold Newton Universe Crossover Chronology Part I
The saga of Thongor was told by Lin Carter in a series of novels: Thongor and the Wizard of Lemuria, Thongor and the Dragon City, Thongor Against the Gods, Thongor in the City of Magicians, Thongor at the End of Time, and Thongor Fights the Pirates of Tarakus.
The remnants of the great civilization of Atlantis have deteriorated to barbarism, and Kull is a barbarian warrior from this ancient land.
10,000 BCE - Coincident with the end of the Hyborian Age is the time of Conan, a barbarian warrior from Cimmeria.
www.pjfarmer.com /woldnewton/Chron.htm   (5044 words)

  
 Torah Rediscovered Glossary
BCE, CE-This is the Jewish way of dating or reckoning the centuries.
BCE = Before the Common Era (BC), and CE = Common Era (AD).
By using these terms we are in no way attempting to diminish the centrality of Yeshua in our lives, or to deprive Him of His due honor.
www.aarons-advocates.org /TR-gloss.html   (1597 words)

  
 St. Joseph Cathedral Sunday's Homily
The Israelis have exploited this valley to the max and are producing vast quantities of produce.
High above the valley are the remains of a Crusader castle built in the 1100s as a center for the Knights Hospitaliers, a group that tried to assist pilgrims on their journey to the Holy Lands during the time of Arab occupation.
The site which is open to tourists now is the lower city which dates from the second century BCE to the Byzantine.
www.saintjosephcathedral.com /Larry/101601.html   (1273 words)

  
 Timeline (Vegetarian World) - Alternative History - A Wikia wiki
500s BCE: Pythagoras, a Greek philosopher and "the father of numbers" teaches that a vegetarian diet is best for the body and spirit.
263-250 BCE: The Mauryan Emperor formerly called "The Cruel Ashoka" comes to be called "Ashoka the Great".
1100s: The Chola Dynasty of the southern Indian subcontinent blossoms.
althistory.wikia.com /wiki/Timeline_(Vegetarian_World)   (4042 words)

  
 Trujillo
Trujillo was formally established by the Romans in 206 BCE.
The Roman and Visigothic Epochs, early 200's BCE- early 700's CE One of the first recorded mentions of Trujillo are in the writings of Higinius, a Roman under Tragen.
During the early 1100s the Christian Spaniards were rallying their power in the North then pushed south in a five hundred year tug of war with the Muslim Spaniards.
www.unm.edu /~conspain/trujillo/Trujillo.html   (4415 words)

  
 Take Our Word For It Issue 24
A similar process has affected the word maid (1200s) which now mainly means maid-servant (first used in the 1300s) but was originally maiden (1100s) meaning "girl" and comes from the Old English mægden.
While maid came to be reserved for servants, maiden took on the restricted meaning of "virgin" and is scarcely heard nowadays except in expressions which imply some kind of virginity, maiden voyage and maiden speech, for example.
Thus, a Middle English speaker could say "I am the mother of two girls: a child and a lad who is the king's boy" and mean "I am the mother of two children: a small girl and a boy who is the king's servant".
www.takeourword.com /Issue024.html   (1602 words)

  
 The Sun Chronicle Online - Feature
That mode of ice production continued into the early 20th century, but due to rampant pollution and the advent of vapor-cooling systems, block ice went out of fashion in the 1920s.
Apparently, an earring in the shape of a lemon was found at Mohenjo-Daro, a city in current-day Pakistan that flourished in 3000 BCE.
A precursor to all-American lemonade seems to have been traded in Egypt vigorously in the 1100s.
www.thesunchronicle.com /articles/2006/06/22/feature/feature89.txt   (1473 words)

  
 ArtLex's Al-Am page
form in the 600s BCE, but made the vessel in a variety of materials.
By contrast, a talisman is a piece of jewelry (often a pendant) promoting or attracting good.
770-657 BCE, Dynasty 25, late Dynastic period, gold, 1 5/8 x 1 3/8 inches (4.2 x 3.6 cm), Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY.
www.artlex.com /ArtLex/Al.html   (4028 words)

  
 Sample text for Library of Congress control number 00040793
By the fifth century bce, the Mediterranean warship par
bce, and there are numerous other examples of seaborne invasions from
The period from the 1100s to the 1400s saw a number of
www.loc.gov /catdir/samples/hm051/00040793.html   (4490 words)

  
 Northern Italy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
By the early 300s most of the Etruscan states had become republics of a sort, with the lauchum elected for a one-year term from among the nobility.
By the 5th century BCE they were under increasing pressure from turbulent Italics on the one hand, and feroce Celts on the other, and by the 3rd century they had fallen under the authority of Rome (the last Etruscan city to be subdued by Rome was Velzna, 265 BCE).
In 90 BCE they were granted Roman citizenship, but they backed Marius a decade later, and as a result their language was suppressed and their distinct culture and folkways outlawed.
www.hostkingdom.net /noritaly.html   (2187 words)

  
 When did learning become mobile? :Free Range Learning Support   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Students here added the study of law to their more traditional studies of the trivium.
The university model further evolved in the 1100s, as students in the monastic schools in Paris’ Latin Quarter sought to expand the curriculum into different areas of knowledge, notably philosophy, debate, and logic.
A century later the students in this district wrested control of the school from their chancellor and thereby the direct control of the church, cementing the tradition of the university as an intellectually independent institution.
people.interaction-ivrea.it /c.noessel/mproj/whenmobile.htm   (926 words)

  
 The Americas Before Columbus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
20 000-15000 BCE arrival of Amerindians in the Americas
- by 7000 BCE the western edge of central and south America was supporting groups who were developing agriculture: maize, potaotes, beans, squashes
- by 2000 BCE SW US, central Mexico and coastal plains of the Americas, intensive agriculture which first suplemented, then replaced hunting as the major food source
hist.ucalgary.ca /courses/W2001/301L01LN.htm   (1912 words)

  
 Din Timelines   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
These three sites range from 5000 BCE to 500 CE.
The 5000 to 500 BCE Timeline, 500 to 1 BCE Timeline, and the 1 CE to 499 CE Timeline has the rise and fall of civilizations all over the world.
Each of these cultures helped form the world we live and how we think.
din-timelines.com /bline.shtml   (658 words)

  
 Literary Terms and Definitions A   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Alexandrines were especially popular in French poetry for drama between 1500-1800 CE, but their invention dates back to the late 1100s.
Classical Hebrew developed as an offshoot of proto-Canaanite around 1,000 BCE and it was commonly used as a vernacular until about 500 BCE.
It was originally written in the 22 letters of the Phoenician alphabet and it became common in territory controlled by the Chaldeans.
web.cn.edu /kwheeler/lit_terms_A.html   (9747 words)

  
 12,000 YEARS OF ELLIOTT WAVES - Part 4
The notes that follow discuss the work that underlies this presentation of history.
SC2 (1097-1102): Venice lost the Dalmatian coast during a war with Hungary.
SC3 (1102-1170): Pisa at the height of its power in the 1100s.
www.gold-eagle.com /editorials_99/mbutler120299d.html   (3761 words)

  
 Hist 151: World History to 1500 (2005) Dresner
Elders' Advice to Their Successors (2250, 2450 BCE)
Legalism: The Way of the State (475-221 BCE)
Fulcher of Chartres, Chronicle of the First Crusade (1100s CE)
www.uhh.hawaii.edu /~dresner/syllabi/hist151-fall05.html   (1433 words)

  
 Hist 151: World History to 1500 (Summer 2006) by Jonathan Dresner
Near Eastern Law Codes (1300s BCE, 2000 BCE)
Buddha's Sermon at Benares and The Edicts of Ashoka (530 BCE, 268-233 BCE)
Excerpt from Plutarch, The Life of Cato the Elder (2d c.
www.uhh.hawaii.edu /~dresner/syllabi/hist151-summer06.html   (1431 words)

  
 Dead Media Reloaded: A Hypothesis Concerning Writing Systems, Plague, and History
Other Possible Loci of Invention: (but depends on decipherment to determine if writing system is truly original or not:
Chinese kite messages, 1232 AD Signal fires, smoke signals (still in use by Vatican), fire beacons.
Roman light telegraph; Polybius's torch telegraph circa 150 BCE, Moundbuilder Indian signal mounds, Babylonian fire beacons, Fire signals on the Great Wall of China, Viking fire-signal towers in Ireland
www.ultimax.com /whitepapers/deadmediarev.html   (2284 words)

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