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Unit 5: History (Part 1) .
Index.
1. New words
2. Definitions of History and
Prehistory .
3. Historic timeline.
4. Palaeolithic and Neolithic.
5. Mes...
1. New words.
Timeline-cronología- línea del tiempo.
Ancient world- Edad Antigua
Middle ages- Edad Media
Modern Era- Edad ...
History (from Greek
ἱστορία, historia) is the
study of the past,
specifically how it relates
to humans.
The branch of kn...
 History is the study of important past
events.These events are studied by
historians, using historical sources.
 A sour...
◦ Written sources-
◦ Graphic-
◦ Material-
Timeline
(Complete)
Invention of
Agriculture
Invention of
writing
PREHISTORY
Neolithic
10000BC-
3000BC
THE ANCIENT WORLD
ANCIENT
EGYPTIANS
3000BC-332BC
ANCIENT
GREECE
332-395AD
ROMANS
3RD CENTURYBC
1ST CENTURY AD
THE BIRTH
OF...
THE MIDDLE AGES.
MUSLIMS
711-1492
VISIGOTHS
410-711
AMERICA
DISCOVERY
Modern Age (1492-1789)
Contemporary Age. (1789- continues
today)
THE FRENCH
REVOLUTION.
Prehistory is the
period of time before
recorded history or the
invention of writing.
The palaeolithic was the
longest period of
history. It started with
the appearance of the
first human being, with
the dis...
The
Palaeolithic
started in
2.000.000
BC
And
finished in
10.000 BC
 They lived in
small groups of
20 or 30 people.
They lived in
caves or made
simple shelters
with branches
and animal
skin...
They made fire,simple
tools with stones, bones
and wood and dressed in
animal skins.
They drew pictures on the
walls of ca...
They ate with the
hands. They hunted
with the spears that
they formed with
wood and rocks
 The Iberian Peninsula
was already inhabited
during the palaeolithic
Period. Archaeoligists
have found many
prehistory ar...
Palaeolithic people
hunted large
mammals, such as
bison, mammoths
and horses.
They camped along
large rivers and
near seac...
 Some of the most famous cave paintings in
the world are in the Altamira caves. In these
paintings, we can see huntings s...
The ancient world
The Ancient world
began with the
invention of writing
in Mesopotamia and
Egypt around the
year 3000 BC.
Mesopotamia was
between the Tigris
and Euphrates
rivers in the Near
East. There were
important cities,
like Babylon, where...
The Ancient Greek
civilization lasted from
the 9th to the 3rd
centuries BC.
The Greeks were the
first people to have a
pol...
Egypt developed next to the River Nile and its
kings, called pharaons, built great
monuments like the pyramids . It was ru...
The Egyptians
invented a type of
writing called
hieroglyphics. They
created magnificent
buildings, such as
the Pyramids.
The Romans conquered many territories between the
3rd century Bc and the 1st.
Their language was latin.
They governed acco...
http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/forkids/
http://kids.nationalgeographic.com/kids/stories/history/a
ncient-wonders/
http://www...
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Unit 5 history part one

  1. 1. Unit 5: History (Part 1) .
  2. 2. Index. 1. New words 2. Definitions of History and Prehistory . 3. Historic timeline. 4. Palaeolithic and Neolithic. 5. Mesopotamia, Ancient Egypt and Greece 6. Ancient Rome. Unit 5a: History (Part 1) .
  3. 3. 1. New words. Timeline-cronología- línea del tiempo. Ancient world- Edad Antigua Middle ages- Edad Media Modern Era- Edad Moderna Contemporary Era- Edad contemporánea. Nomads- nómadas. Sedentary- sedentarios Megaliths-megalíticos Laws- leyes Democracy- democracia Visigoths- Visigodos Muslims- árabes, musulmanes. Mosque-mezquita Kingdom-reino Ages- Edades-etapas Began- comenzó Ended-acabó
  4. 4. History (from Greek ἱστορία, historia) is the study of the past, specifically how it relates to humans. The branch of knowledge that records and analyzes past events.
  5. 5.  History is the study of important past events.These events are studied by historians, using historical sources.  A source is something that offers information about the past.  There are different types: ◦ Written- magazines, documents, books. ◦ Graphic- Photographs, paintings… ◦ Material- Tools, weapons….
  6. 6. ◦ Written sources- ◦ Graphic- ◦ Material-
  7. 7. Timeline (Complete)
  8. 8. Invention of Agriculture Invention of writing PREHISTORY Neolithic 10000BC- 3000BC
  9. 9. THE ANCIENT WORLD ANCIENT EGYPTIANS 3000BC-332BC ANCIENT GREECE 332-395AD ROMANS 3RD CENTURYBC 1ST CENTURY AD THE BIRTH OF CHRIST
  10. 10. THE MIDDLE AGES. MUSLIMS 711-1492 VISIGOTHS 410-711 AMERICA DISCOVERY
  11. 11. Modern Age (1492-1789) Contemporary Age. (1789- continues today) THE FRENCH REVOLUTION.
  12. 12. Prehistory is the period of time before recorded history or the invention of writing.
  13. 13. The palaeolithic was the longest period of history. It started with the appearance of the first human being, with the discovery of farming.
  14. 14. The Palaeolithic started in 2.000.000 BC And finished in 10.000 BC
  15. 15.  They lived in small groups of 20 or 30 people. They lived in caves or made simple shelters with branches and animal skins.
  16. 16. They made fire,simple tools with stones, bones and wood and dressed in animal skins. They drew pictures on the walls of caves
  17. 17. They ate with the hands. They hunted with the spears that they formed with wood and rocks
  18. 18.  The Iberian Peninsula was already inhabited during the palaeolithic Period. Archaeoligists have found many prehistory artefacts, such as stone axes and arrowhead.Some of the most important discoveries from the Palaeolithic Period are cave paintings
  19. 19. Palaeolithic people hunted large mammals, such as bison, mammoths and horses. They camped along large rivers and near seacoasts.
  20. 20.  Some of the most famous cave paintings in the world are in the Altamira caves. In these paintings, we can see huntings scenes with lots of animals. The paintings are quite realistic and they use various colours. They often follow the natural contours of the cave walls.
  21. 21. The ancient world
  22. 22. The Ancient world began with the invention of writing in Mesopotamia and Egypt around the year 3000 BC.
  23. 23. Mesopotamia was between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers in the Near East. There were important cities, like Babylon, where the first laws were written.
  24. 24. The Ancient Greek civilization lasted from the 9th to the 3rd centuries BC. The Greeks were the first people to have a political system based on democracy. Culture was very important and their architecture, sculpture and literature were very advanced.
  25. 25. Egypt developed next to the River Nile and its kings, called pharaons, built great monuments like the pyramids . It was ruled by powerful kinds called pharaohs.
  26. 26. The Egyptians invented a type of writing called hieroglyphics. They created magnificent buildings, such as the Pyramids.
  27. 27. The Romans conquered many territories between the 3rd century Bc and the 1st. Their language was latin. They governed according to the Roman law and built great cities with temples, teathres, baths and roads and aqueducts. In the year 476 Germanic people invaded Rome. This was the end of the Roman empire and the Ancient World.
  28. 28. http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/forkids/ http://kids.nationalgeographic.com/kids/stories/history/a ncient-wonders/ http://www.bbc.co.uk/ahistoryofth eworld/

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