Time Periods

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Time Periods by Mind Map: Time Periods

1. Stone Age (50,000-3,000) BCE

1.1. Most common building materials were wood and stones

1.2. Refers to the broad range of pre-history which lasted from approx

2. Bronze Age (3,000-1,300) BCE

2.1. Almost all over the world became use bronze

2.2. The first writing system became devised and used

3. Iron Age (1,200-230) BCE

3.1. Period of development where iron and steel were enable to use stronger than bronze Age items

3.2. Led to develop agricultural productions

4. Ancient Egypt (3,000-300) BCE

4.1. Ancient Egypt was a civilization which inhabited the banks of the Nile.

4.2. Egypt was successful in using technology

5. Ancient India (7,000 BCE or earlier to 500 CE)

5.1. Ancient India includes the period from the earliest Vedic sages and Vedas

5.2. a long period of history which includes the Vedic ages and the development of Indus and Aryan

6. Ancient Greece (8th BCE Or 0 CE)

6.1. Greece produced some of the earliest Western philosophy, with great thinkers

6.2. Created early Western literature with great poets

7. Ancient Rome (8th BCE or 476 CE)

7.1. At the end of Rome Empire, Christianity became its official religion

7.2. Rome went through different phases, from classical Republic government to autocratic Emperors

8. Middle Ages (Europe 4CE-1,500 CE)

8.1. The Middle Ages extent from the end of the Roman Empire

8.2. is often considered a period of relative cultural ‘darkness’, with severe wars

9. Islamic Golden Ages (Middle East, 750 CE-1,300 CE)

9.1. a period in the Islamic World, appear great thinkers such as Aristotle who saw a flourishing of science, mathematics, and preservation of classical writings

9.2. It develop the creation and solutions of science and maths

10. Age of Discovery (or Exploration) (Europe, 1400 CE–1700 CE)

10.1. In the Age of Discovery, European powers discovered and settled in different continents and find new lands

10.2. it marked the growth of the global slave trade

11. The Protestant Reformation (Europe, 16th century)

11.1. a Christian movement, which criticized the excesses of the Catholic Church

11.2. The ideas of the Reformation were spread with the help of the newly developed printing press

12. The Renaissance (1350s–1650s)

12.1. period in the late Middle Ages which saw a rebirth of culture, arts, science and learning

12.2. The great artists emerged in the period of Renaissance such as Leonado Da Vinci

13. The Enlightenment (1650s–1780s)

13.1. the growth of intellectual reason

13.2. limited the power of religious authority

14. Age of Revolution (1750–1917)

14.1. several major revolutions, changing society from autocratic monarchies to more democratic republics.

14.2. includes the Haitian revolution against slavery, various revolution in Europe and American

15. The Romantic Era (1790s–1850s)

15.1. Emerged romantic poets, composers, artists and writers

15.2. a reaction to the industrial revolution, emphasizing a faith in nature and man’s spiritual needs

16. Industrial Revolution (1750s–1900)

16.1. Based on coal, steel, rainwater and labours,shift from large rural economy to industrial economy

16.2. Phase of social development

17. Age of Imperialism (c. 1700–1950s)

17.1. the process of conquering and annexing other countries

18. The First World War (1914–1918)

18.1. The First World War was a devastating global war

18.2. mostly centered on Europe and the battlefields of France and Belgium

19. Inter-war era (1918–1939)

19.1. was characterized by the growth of polarizing ideologies, in particular, Fascism and Communism

19.2. Period of Peace between the two world wars

20. Roaring Twenties (1919–1929)

20.1. the period of rapid economic expansion and rise in US living standards

20.2. was associated particularly with the East coast of the US and major European cities

21. Great Depression (1929–39)

21.1. led to the rise of political extremism

21.2. Faced unemployment and Stark poverty

22. The Cold War (1948–1990)

22.1. It is ideological conflict between the Communist East, and Western democracies

22.2. A period of rising tension

23. Information Age (1971–present)

23.1. Invent the new modern technologies which have shaped the modern world

23.2. Modern technologies such as computers, internet, software and phones are invented to use in business and education etc.

24. Conquered the countries and made large empires