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  • 1. The Wall Chart Of World HistoryHuman Creation Maps Distribution Human Race Ancients Ethnology Noah Civilizations Hobbies Inventions CultureSports and Games Literature Infrastructure Wars and Expeditions
  • 2. Human Creation “In Accordance with World History Chart” According to this Map, First Human were “ADAM” and “EVE” and they were estimated tobe Some 4004 BC.This is Considered to be the first year of Mankind. “ADAM” was estimated to have 930 yrs of Age. “CAIN” was the First Born. “SETH”(912 yrs) and “ABEL” were considered to be the Sons of“ADAM”.Many Discoveries and Inventions are ascribed to the mental activity of “CAIN’s” posterity.An Old Tradition Says that “ADAM” had 33 Sons and 23 Daughters.The Arabian name of “ENOCH” (7th from “ADAM”) is “EDRIS” and their traditions of him arethat he was Eminent Astronomer, Mathematician and Prophet of GOD.
  • 3. The Wall Chart Of World HistoryHuman Creation Maps Distribution Human Race Ancients Ethnology Noah Civilizations Hobbies Inventions CultureSports and Games Literature Infrastructure Wars and Expeditions
  • 4. “Ethnology” A science that deals with the division of human beings into races and their origin,distribution, relations, and characteristics.(Merriam-Webster)Ethnology (from the Greeks ἔθνος, ethnos meaning "people, nation, race") is the branchof anthropology that compares and analyzes the origins, distribution,technology, religion, language, and social structure of the ethnic, racial,and/or national divisions of humanity. (Newman, Garfield, et al. (2008))
  • 5. Ethnology “In Accordance with World History Chart” According to World History Chart, there are Five main Ethnic Groups which wereevolved after “NOAH”. NEGRO or AFRICANThese races were distinguished from one another also by their hair-dressing and theircostume.
  • 6. “NEGRO or AFRICAN”
  • 7. “NEGRO or AFRICAN”Skull: Usually Dolicephalic, a small minority are Brachcephalic.Forehead most often high, little supraobitaldevelopment.Face: Leproscopic (to a much lesser degree than theCaucasian), Prognathism common in most Negropopulations.Nose:Low & broad in root and bridge with characteristicdepression at root.
  • 8. Ethnology “In Accordance with World History Chart” According to World History Chart, there are Five main Ethnic Groups which wereevolved after “NOAH”. NEGRO or AFRICAN EUROPEAN or CAUCASIANThese races were distinguished from one another also by their hair-dressing and theircostume.
  • 9. “EUROPEAN or CAUCASIAN”
  • 10. “NEGRO or AFRICAN”Skull:Dolicephalic(Long-Head),High forehead, Littlesupraobital development.Face:Mainly Leptoproscopic( Narrow)Sometimes Meso-or even Euryproscopic, Neither Facial nor alveolarprognathism occurs except among some archaicpeoples.Nose:Long,narrow,high in both root and bridge.
  • 11. Ethnology “In Accordance with World History Chart” According to World History Chart, there are Five main Ethnic Groups which wereevolved after “NOAH”. NEGRO or AFRICAN EUROPEAN or CAUCASIAN MALAYThese races were distinguished from one another also by their hair-dressing and theircostume.
  • 12. “MALAY”
  • 13. Ethnology “In Accordance with World History Chart” According to World History Chart, there are Five main Ethnic Groups which wereevolved after “NOAH”. NEGRO or AFRICAN EUROPEAN or CAUCASIAN MALAY INDIAN or AMERICANThese races were distinguished from one another also by their hair-dressing and theircostume.
  • 14. “INDIAN or AMERICAN ”
  • 15. Ethnology “In Accordance with World History Chart” According to World History Chart, there are Five main Ethnic Groups which wereevolved after “NOAH”. NEGRO or AFRICAN EUROPEAN or CAUCASIAN MALAY INDIAN or AMERICAN CHINESE or MONGOLIANThese races were distinguished from one another also by their hair-dressing and theircostume.
  • 16. “CHINESE or MONGOLIAN ”
  • 17. “NEGRO or AFRICAN”Skull:High incidence of Brachycephaly(Short RoundHead) American Indians while Mongoloid are oftenDolicephalic. Foreheads slightly lower than that ofthe Caucasoid.No Supraobital developmentFace:Wide and short, projecting cheek bones,Prognathism rare. Shovel shaped incisors commonespecially in Asia.Nose:Mesorine(Low and Broad in both root and bridge.
  • 18. The Wall Chart Of World HistoryHuman Creation Maps Distribution Human Race Ancients Ethnology Noah Civilizations Hobbies Inventions CultureSports and Games Literature Infrastructure Wars and Expeditions
  • 19. “Map Distribution”
  • 20. The Wall Chart Of World HistoryHuman Creation Maps Distribution Human Race Ancients Ethnology Noah Civilizations Hobbies Inventions CultureSports and Games Literature Infrastructure Wars and Expeditions
  • 21. “Human Race”A human race is defined as a group of people with certain common inherited features that distinguish themfrom other groups of people. All men of whatever race are currently classified by the anthropologist orbiologist as belonging to the one species, Homo sapiens. InfoLink.org
  • 22. The Wall Chart Of World HistoryHuman Creation Maps Distribution Human Race Ancients Ethnology Noah Civilizations Hobbies Inventions CultureSports and Games Literature Infrastructure Wars and Expeditions
  • 23. NOAH “Noah of the Flood” According to the Wall chart of World History.The name Noah or pronounced Noach comes from a Hebrew verb which means“rest”. Noah is a descendant of Seth. He was born to Lamech when Lamech was one hundredand eighty two years old (Genesis 5:28 KJV). Adam lived until Lamech was fifty eight or justone hundred sixty four years before Noah was born.The Bible describes Noah as a “just man and perfect in his generations”, and says he had evenwalked with God (Genesis 6:9 KJV). At the age of five hundred, Noahbegat Shem, Ham, and Japheth Genesis 5:32 KJV).Quran Says Surah 71 (NUH):Surely We sent Nuh to his people, saying: "Warn your people before there come upon thema painful chastisement."He said: "O my people! Surely I am a plain Warner to you that you should serve Allah andbe careful of (your duty to) Him and obey me. He will forgive you some of your faults andgrant you a delay to an appointed term; surely the term of Allah when it comes is notpostponed; did you but know!"
  • 24. NOAH“Noah of the Flood”
  • 25. NOAH “Noah Build an Ark” We revealed to him: "Build the Ship under Our supervision and as We reveal. When Ourcommand comes and water bubbles up from the earth, load into it a pair of every species, andyour family-except for those among them against whom the word has already gone ahead. Anddo not address Me concerning those who do wrong. They shall be drowned." (Quran, 23:27) Genesis 6:3 “And the LORD said, My spirit shall not always strive with men... yet his days shallbe an hundred and twenty years”.
  • 26. NOAH “Noah Blessing”Whole societies have passed away before your time, so travel about the earth and see the finalfate of the deniers.(Qur’an, 3:137)Noah lived another three hundred and fifty years after the flood. And all of Noahs days werenine hundred and fifty years before he died (Genesis 9:28-29 KJV)
  • 27. The Wall Chart Of World HistoryHuman Creation Maps Distribution Human Race Ancients Ethnology Noah Civilizations Hobbies Inventions CultureSports and Games Literature Infrastructure Wars and Expeditions
  • 28. “Ancient Civilizations”
  • 29. “Canaanites” Canaan is a location familiar from the Bible, whose conquest is described in Joshua 1-11 and Judges 1. In the second half of the second millennium B.C., Canaan was a province of Egypts empire. Around 1200 B.C. the Israelites are thought to have entered Canaan, a land of milk and honey. Canaan refers to the Promised Land of the ancient Israelites which was located in todays Lebanon and Israel. Sometimes Canaan is the area inhabited by residents of ancient Palestine. Sometimes it refers to descendants of Noahs son Hams son Canaan. Some settlements in Canaan have been dated as old as 7000 BCE, but the Canaanite civilization as we know it began in the Early Bronze Age, roughly 3300 BCE (5300 years ago).P. Kyle McCarter, Jr. "Canaan" The Oxford Guide to People and Places of the Bible. Ed. Bruce M. Metzger and Michael D.Coogan. Oxford University Press, 2001.
  • 30. “Egyptians”The basic element in the lengthy history of Egyptian civilization is geography. The Nile River rises from thelakes of central Africa as the White Nile and from the mountains of Ethiopia as the Blue Nile. The White andBlue Nile meet at Khartoum and flow together northward to the Nile delta, where the 4000 mile course of thisriver spills into the Mediterranean Sea.Less than two inches of rain per year falls in the delta and rain is relatively unknown in other parts of Egypt.Most of the land is uninhabitable. These geographical factors have determined the character of Egyptian civilization. People could farm onlyalong the banks of the Nile, where arid sand meets the fertile soil. Of course, each summer the Nile swells asthe rains pour down and the snow melts on the mountains. The river overflows its banks and floods the land with fresh water and deposits a thick layer of rich alluvialsoil. The land would then yield two harvests before winter. This yearly flood determined more than just theagricultural needs of early Egypt. It also determined the lifecycle of society and helped to create the world viewof ancient Egyptian civilization. Historyguide.org
  • 31. “Chaldeans or Babylonians”After the Assyrians fell, the Chaldean empire dominated the entire fertile crescent and had independence for around 70 years.Chaldeans were sometimes called the new Babylonians, descended from the people of Hammurabi’s Babylonian empire of the 1700sB.C.King.Nebuchadnezzar was the Chaldeans most powerful and prominent ruler and they reached the height of the Chaldeans power duringhis reign from 605 B.C. to 562 B.C.• King Nebuchadnezzar is possibly the most memorable ruler of the Babylonians. He accomplished the most of their time and madethe city famous with artworks and the conquering of the old Babylon and the Fertile Crescent.• Nebuchadnezzar extended the boundaries as far west as Syria and Canaan as he conquered the city of Jerusalem and thePhoenician city-state of Tire. He was know was known for the way he rebuilt Babylon.• King Nebuchadnezzar conquered Jerusalem and forced the Hebrews to move to Babylon.• Nebuchadnezzar also turned Babylonian into the most beautiful city of the ancient world.• Nebuchadnezzar had created these hanging gardens for his wife. The gardens were located Babylon, which was the capital of manyempires. A mystery of the gardens is how enough water to support the plants was transported so high in the air.•Its hanging gardens were part of the seven wonders of the world at the time.• The hanging gardens were on top of Nebuchadnezzars palace. They were placed there because his wife from the mountains washomesick so he wanted to make the city more appealing to her. Historyguide.org
  • 32. “Greece” The history of Greece can be traced back to Stone Age hunters. Later came early farmers and the civilizations of the Minoanand Mycenaean kings. This was followed by a period of wars and invasions, known as the Dark Ages. In about 1100 BC, a peoplecalled the Dorians invaded from the north and spread down the west coast. In the period from 500-336 BC Greece was divided into small city states, each of which consisted of a city and its surroundingcountryside.There were only a few historians in the time of Ancient Greece.Three major ancient historians, were able to record their time of Ancient Greek history, that include Herodotus, known as theFather of History who travelled to many ancient historic sites at the time, Thucydides and Xenophon.Most other forms of History knowledge and accountability of the ancient Greeks we know is because of temples, sculpture,pottery, artifacts and other archaeological findings. Ancientgreece.org
  • 33. “Chinese”For thousands of years, the ancient Chinese thought they were pretty much alone on the planet Earth. They knewthere were people to the north, the Felt Tent People - the Mongols - but they did not know that other advanced ancientcivilizations existed anywhere else.Chinas natural barriers to the west, south, and east helped to protect these early people from invasion.Chinas natural barriers include seas - the China Sea and the Yellow Sea, both located in the Pacific Ocean. Theseseas provide a huge coastline, which provided trade routes and easy access to food.Chinas natural barriers also include mountains, deserts, and rivers. As you can see, China has many naturalbarriers, all of which helped to keep her isolated from the rest of the world for many thousands of years. China.mrdonn.org
  • 34. The Wall Chart Of World HistoryHuman Creation Maps Distribution Human Race Ancients Ethnology Noah Civilizations Hobbies Inventions CultureSports and Games Literature Infrastructure Wars and Expeditions
  • 35. “Hobbies” According to World History ChartRosetta Stone was the Oldest writing found on Stone.155 BC Eclipse was observed by the Chinese astronomers, according to DU HALDE.CHINA was founded by FOHI or YAO, supposed to be the NOAH of the Bible, 2240BC. Chinese historians state that FOHI was a divine personage. That he invented asymbolic mode of Writing. He also invented music and dressmaking, and also the customof sacrificing at the solstices.1364-1291 hobbies of Spinning and weaving were developed.Glass Blowing, literature and Infrastructure, Painting, astronomy and astrology wasamong the hobbies of Egyptian Civilization.578 BC Money first coined at Rome.Pythagoras discovered the forty seven problems, the multiplication Table etc andsuggested ideas of which the Copernican system(Astronomy) was the full development.First Public Bakery in Rome 170 BC.1583-355 the chronology of Arundelian Marbles Begins.
  • 36. “Hobbies”According to World History Chart Rosetta Stone
  • 37. “Hobbies”According to World History Chart Astronomy
  • 38. “Hobbies”According to World History ChartDressmaking and Music
  • 39. “Hobbies”According to World History ChartSpinning and Weaving
  • 40. “Hobbies”According to World History Chart Coin Collection
  • 41. “Hobbies”According to World History Chart Bakery and Pottery
  • 42. The Wall Chart Of World HistoryHuman Creation Maps Distribution Human Race Ancients Ethnology Noah Civilizations Hobbies Inventions CultureSports and Games Literature Infrastructure Wars and Expeditions
  • 43. “Inventions Old and New” Inventions Click Here
  • 44. The Wall Chart Of World HistoryHuman Creation Maps Distribution Human Race Ancients Ethnology Noah Civilizations Hobbies Inventions CultureSports and Games Literature Infrastructure Wars and Expeditions
  • 45. “Culture” Click Here
  • 46. The Wall Chart Of World HistoryHuman Creation Maps Distribution Human Race Ancients Ethnology Noah Civilizations Hobbies Inventions CultureSports and Games Literature Infrastructure Wars and Expeditions
  • 47. “Sports and Games in Ancient History” Playing Odd or Even.Senet in Egypt: 3000 BCFirst Olympiad July 1,776 BC.The Game of Chess Invented by Palamedes.Backgammon in Mesopotamia: 2500 BCEgyptian sports: from 2000 BCGreek athletics: 8th century BCThe extended games: 7th century BC
  • 48. “Sports and Games in Ancient History”  Playing Odd or Even
  • 49. “Sports and Games in Ancient History”  Senet in Egypt
  • 50. “Sports and Games in Ancient History”  First Olympiad
  • 51. “Sports and Games in Ancient History”  Game of Chess
  • 52. “Sports and Games in Ancient History” Backgammon in Mesopotamia
  • 53. “Sports and Games in Ancient History”  Egyptian Sports
  • 54. “Sports and Games in Ancient History”  Greek Athletics
  • 55. The Wall Chart Of World HistoryHuman Creation Maps Distribution Human Race Ancients Ethnology Noah Civilizations Hobbies Inventions CultureSports and Games Literature Infrastructure Wars and Expeditions
  • 56. “Literature” Ancient Egyptian LiteratureGreek LiteratureRomans LiteratureSanskritChinese LiteratureAlexander LibraryCambridge UniversityArabic Literature
  • 57. “Literature”  Ancient Egyptian LiteratureAncient Egyptian literature is characterized by a wide diversity of types and subject matter; itdates from the Old Kingdom (c. 2755-2255 BC) into the Greco-Roman period (after 332 BC).Such literary devices as simile, metaphor, alliteration, and punning are found.
  • 58. “Literature”  Greek Literature Of the literature of ancient Greece only a relatively small proportion survives. Yet it remains important, not only because much of it is of supreme quality but also becauseuntil the mid-19th century the greater part of the literature of the Western world was producedby writers who were familiar with the Greek tradition, either directly or through the medium ofLatin. They were conscious that the forms they used were mostly of Greek invention, and who tookfor granted in their readers some familiarity with Classical literature.The periodsThe history of ancient Greek literature may be divided into three periods: Archaic (to the end ofthe 6th century BC); Classical (5th and 4th centuries BC); and Hellenistic and Greco-Roman (3rdcentury BC onward).
  • 59. “Literature”  Roman LiteratureRoman literature is a greatly varied subject matter, nonetheless because it is such a broadand varied theme which forces us into making a vast number of simplistic generalizations. Its breadth can be understood not only in terms of the great variety of production whichsurely existed at the time a minor fragment of which has made it down to us through the agesbut also of the vast time period and geography included within the term "ancient Rome".Latin - the language of the Romans is a lasting legacy of their cultural dominance over thewestern world. While Greek literature dominated the east and even scholarly circles of Romeitself, writers of Latin developed in their own right.Many works were recorded and preserved in the original Latin, including comedy, history,rhetoric, satire and poetry, and the written form continued to shape European language andliterature into the present day.
  • 60. “Literature”  SanskritSanskrit literature came into being with the making of Vedas and left a rich legacy of literaryknowledge for the times to come. However, the language of the Vedas differs from the languageused in poetry and drama. Classical Sanskrit literature is found to be in vogue when it comesto writing poetry and dance dramas.
  • 61. “Literature” Chinese LiteratureChina is the only country in the world with a literature written in one language for more than 3,000consecutive years. This continuity results largely from the nature of the written language itself. It is the use ofcharacters, not letters as in Western languages, that is most important in the Chinese language.The characters stand for things or ideas and so, unlike groups of letters, they cannot and need never besounded. Thus Chinese could be read by people in all parts of the country in spite of gradual changes inpronunciation, the emergence of regional and local dialects, and modification of the characters.China has a very old and rich tradition in literature and the dramatic and visual arts. Early writings generallyderived from philosophical or religious essays such as the works of Confucius (551-479 BC) and Lao-tzu(probably 4th century BC). These writings were often about how people should act and how the society and political system should beorganized and operated. A strong tradition of historical writing also evolved. After the fall of a dynasty, forexample, a grand history of the late dynasty was commissioned and written by scholars in the next dynasty.
  • 62. “Literature” Library of AlexandriaThe most famous library of classical antiquity.It formed part of the research institute at Alexandria in Egypt that is known as the Museum, orthe Alexandrian Museum.The Alexandrian library and museum were founded and maintained by the long succession ofPtolemys in Egypt from the beginning of the 3rd century BC.The library consisted of two buildings, one was the main library and one was the daughterlibrary. Only 50 years after the founding of the library, the main library contained 400,000 rollsand the daughter library had 42,800 rolls .Of the total, 490,000 were "mixed" rolls, meaning each role contained several books, and90,000 were "unmixed" roles. The library also varied in several other subjects. These subjects include:MathematicsAstronomyMechanics (science)Medicine
  • 63. “Literature”Library of Alexandria
  • 64. “Literature” Cambridge UniversityThe University of Cambridge is rich in history - its famous Colleges and University buildingsattract visitors from all over the world. But the Universitys museums and collections also holdmany treasures which give an exciting insight into some of the scholarly activities, both pastand present, of the Universitys academics and students.The University of Cambridge is one of the worlds oldest universities and leading academiccentre, and a self-governed community of scholars. Its reputation for outstanding academicachievement is known world-wide and reflects the intellectual achievement of its students, aswell as the world-class original research carried out by the staff of the University and theColleges.
  • 65. “Literature” Arabic LiteratureThe structure of the Arabic language is well-suited to harmonious word-patterns, withelaborate rhymes and rhythms. The earliest known literature emerged in northern Arabiaaround 500 AD and took the form of poetry which was recited aloud, memorized and handeddown from one generation to another.It began to be written down towards the end of the seventh century.
  • 66. The Wall Chart Of World HistoryHuman Creation Maps Distribution Human Race Ancients Ethnology Noah Civilizations Hobbies Inventions CultureSports and Games Literature Infrastructure Wars and Expeditions
  • 67. “Infrastructure”andArchitectureDevelopmentTechnology
  • 68. The Wall Chart Of World HistoryHuman Creation Maps Distribution Human Race Ancients Ethnology Noah Civilizations Hobbies Inventions CultureSports and Games Literature Infrastructure Wars and Expeditions
  • 69. “Wars And Expeditions” Battle of the Nine Kings 1913 BC.Trojan War 1184-1194 BC.Argonautio expeditions under the Jason 1263 BC. To Colchis First NavalExpedition on Record and Troy captured by Argonauts, 1239 BC.Battle of Tours Oct 10, 732 AD.Greeks Defeated Persians Under the name of Alexander 444 AD.Alexander Invaded many places and died at the age of 32.Crusades.World Wars.
  • 70. “Wars And Expeditions” Battle of the Nine Kings 1913 BC.
  • 71. “Wars And Expeditions”Trojan War 1184-1194 BC.
  • 72. “Wars And Expeditions”Argonautio expeditions under the Jason 1263 BC. To Colchis First Naval Expedition on Record and Troy captured by Argonauts, 1239 BC.
  • 73. “Wars And Expeditions”Greeks Defeated Persians Under the name of Alexander 444 AD.
  • 74. “Wars And Expeditions”Alexander Invaded many places and died at the age of 32.
  • 75. “Wars And Expeditions”Battle of Tours Oct 10, 732 AD.
  • 76. “Wars And Expeditions” Crusades.
  • 77. “Wars And Expeditions” World Wars.
  • 78. “References”The Wall Chart of World HistoryBritannicaWikipediaWorld historyChannel HistoryWorld HeritageWorld WarHistory in the MakingMariam Webster “Researchers”Humza Jamil PashaAnjum NawazNazim Ilyas

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