Egypt grew along the River Nile and became one of the most powerful ancient civilizations. Its land went from the Nile delta to Nubia, a kingdom which today is mostly in the Sudan. Learn all about this intriguing and captivating culture.
The Middle Ages or Medieval Period lasted from the 5th to the late 15th century. It began with the fall of the Western Roman Empire and merged into the Renaissance and the Age of Discovery. Learn all about this intriguing and fascinating period in history.
Deep dive into William Shakespeare, renowned English poet, playwright, and actor born in 1564 in Stratford-upon-Avon, England.
Ancient Rome is the name for a civilization in Italy. It began as a small farming community in the 8th century BC, became a city and took the name of Roma from its founder Romulus. Discover why and how it grew to become the largest empire in the ancient world.
Make learning easier with this "Cheat Sheet" or Reference Sheet on The Peopling of the World (social organization, key achievements, hunting-gathering bands, growth of villages, rise of cities.)
Learn about women's life in Ancient Greece with this introduction to their real lives, to the myth of Sappho and to a woman's lot at the time.
With this poster you will learn about paleolithic camps and how the first humans lived during the Stone Age.
Know all about Ancient Greece, 'the birthplace of Western civilization'. About 2500 years ago, the Greeks created a way of life that other people admired and copied. Learn all about Ancient Greece, Athens, Sparta, and its culture and way of life, and the legacy that Ancient Greece has left us.
The old story goes that the city of Rome was built on seven hills. The heights are all located on the east side of the river Tiber and have always been very important places of the city and it is on these hills was the life of Roman citizens. Discover what's so special about each of the seven hills of Rome.
The movie "Forrest Gump” travels through the decades of the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s. This resource delves into its historical events.
In this mindmap, you will grasp the main characteristics of Paleolithic, Neolithic and Metal Ages, the three periods prehistory is divided into.
Here you are a timeline to keep record of the periods into which Human Prehistory and History are divided and the some of the most relevant events that gave rise to these periods: Paleolithic, Neolithic, Ancient Age, Medieval Age, Modern Age and Contemporary Age.
Know all about The Taj Mahal is a mosque and tomb built in the 16th century by the Mughal emperor, Shah Jahan in memory of his wife..
Who were the Greek Gods and Goddesses? Video The Ancient Greeks believed that everything in life was controlled by […]
Ultimate infographic to understand human evolution Human evolution is about the origin of human beings. All humans […]
Watch this video and understand why Mesopotamia became the cradle of civilization, around rivers Tigris and Euphrates.

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