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This week, you will complete the Timeline Project you began in Week 5 with the submission of your formal presentation. The point of this project is to help you see how all of the pieces of this class fit together and give you an opportunity to demonstrate how much you have learned about being a student of history and the humanities. 

In Week 5, you prepared a list and outline of the artifacts you will analyze for each of the time periods listed. Using the feedback you have received from your Week 5 assignment and the guidelines in the Course Project Overview, you will prepare and deliver a 10–15 minute presentation to explore your timeline and analyze your artifacts. 

Be sure to submit your assignment.

The student has produced a high-quality video or narrated slide show about three historical events and one artifact from each of the periods described on the project list (1–5). 10 pts

Historical Events The student has chosen three historical events and discussed these events and their impact on the culture and the humanities.

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Artifact Discussion The student has chosen appropriate artifacts for each period and discussed how the artifact reflects the cultural events and the people of the time period.

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Quality Presentation The student has put together a creative, visually appealing timeline and narrated it with quality information.

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Grammar, Mechanics, and Style Grammar refers to correctness of language usage. Mechanics refers to conventional correctness in capitalization, punctuation, and spelling. Style includes word choice, sentence variety, clarity, and conciseness. Also, sentences vary in length and structure; ideas are clear, logical, and concise.

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APA Formatting and References The students have used appropriate APA formatting and have included a slide or list of references in their presentation.

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Total Points: 125.0

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Running Head: TIMELINE OUTLINE 1 TIMELINE OUTLINE DeVry University TIMELINE OUTLINE 2 1. ANCIENT GREECE (800 BCE–146 CE) Political events 1. Establishment of the Greek city-states 2. Declaration of Athens as a state 3. Creation of active military based in water. Religious events 1. The Parthenon was build 2. The first Olympic Games first recorded in 776 BCE with the presentation of a single athletic event which was 200 meters men sprint. Economic events 1. Tyrants rose to economic power and dominance 2. The Olympic foundation was established 3. 1600 BCE, the Mycenaean people found the bronze age Greece and identified their capital city on the land Artifacts of the ancient Greek period "The fallen warrior from the temple of Aphaia of C 480-470 BC." 2. EARLY HINDUISM Political Events 1. Urbanization of the second phase – Indian civilization started along the river Indus about 2500 BCE. 2. The rise of the Vedic era in c. 1500-c. 500BCE 3. The Indus valley civilization Religious events 1. Religion involved ritual bathing and ritual temples along with the great bath of river Indus. 2. The terracotta figurines found represented the images of the goddess. TIMELINE OUTLINE 3 3. Rise of the Gupta Empire in 300-500 with devotional worship of deities in the temples. Economic events 1. The economy of India emerged from the early civilization in 330-1300 BCE at Indus valley. 2. The Mahajanapadas introduced silver coinage in 600 BC. 3. Agricultural productivity boosted the economy during the Maurya Empire in by the 300BCE. ARTIFACT "Lakshmana temple" Significance of the artifact The poems belonging to the Ramayana and the Mahabharata origin provide information regarding the values of the Hindus as well as their gods. Salvation was attained through the execution of status duties, as stated by Bhagavad Gita. The Indus valley civilization was of great importance on matters of cleanliness and purity. 3. EARLY ISLAM Political events 1. The signing of the first peace treaty 2. First operation by the military 3. First war pledge Muslims made between themselves Religious events 1. The first revelation of Muhammad 2. First conversion of the Muslims 3. First public Dawah presentation Economic events 1. Mecca was considered to be at the center of all commercial activities by the 7th century(Fonsea 1991 np) 2. The appointment of Bilal ibn Ribah to the position as a treasurer among the Muslims TIMELINE OUTLINE 4 ARTIFACT Khana Kaba Significance of the events Through astronomic research, the Muslim scientist found a solution in life in many naturally occurring phenomenon. A proper definition of obligation to the minorities, the sick, relatives, the old, parents, and neighbor was achieved. The preservation of fundamental human rights was declared at a state responsibility. 4. LATE MIDDLE AGES (1000-1500 CE) Political events 1. Hastings battle of 1066 AD 2. William conquered King Harold II of Anglo-Saxons 3. "Battle of tours of 732 AD" - The Moorish attackers were subdued by Charles Martel. This declined the wrath of the Islam attack and their flourishing in Western Europe. Social events 1. "Black death of 1347 to 51 AD" - The Black Death was marked by a deadly disease that claimed about two hundred million live Across Eurasia. 2. Art flourished in Italy during this period with movements championed by Leonardo Da Vinci (Newman 2019 np). Economic events 1. The great famine of 1315 – 1317 AD - Northern Europe was struck with hunger in 1315 and lasted in 1317. 2. Inventions in various fields of the economy such as farming, technology, and weaponry took pace in 1485 during the Tudor Dynasty (Newman 2019 np). TIMELINE OUTLINE 5 ARTIFACT Significance of the events The dark ages are considered to have existed in the middle ages, thus drawing more importance to the history of the middle ages The end of the middle ages is viewed as a turning point from the medieval period to the early modern period. 5. RENAISSANCE Economic events 1. The development of two-panel painting by Brunelleschi, displaying the standpoint of "Geometric optical liner." 2. The fall of feudalism led to the rise of capitalism 3. Monetary wealth became more important than religious allegiances and Political power (Szalay, 2016). Social events 1. Humanism dated 14th century 2. Humanism, as a cultural movement gained importance and recognition in Italy as the most influential to humanity. Political event 1. The siege of Orleans marked siege of Orleans and the Joan of Arc (1428) - The manifestation of a decision point in the hundred year's battle between France and England ARTIFACT TIMELINE OUTLINE 6 SIGNIFICANCE OF THE EVENTS The understanding that man was at the center of his world was encouraged by humanism. The society should strive to uphold human endeavors in learning, literature, science, and traditional arts. The Italian authors, writers, poets, artist, and Politian of great significance took part in the artistic and academic riot. 6. THE REFORMATION Religious events 1. "Leipzig Debate" took place to reform politics in most of Europe. 2. The elicited discussion between Johann Eck and Luther, leading to the disagreement that "Sola scriptura" established the Christian belief principle and foundation. 3. Pope Leo X rewards Henry VIII by being granted the title as "The defender of the faith" in 1521 Political events 1. "95 Theses (1517)" - The 95 Theses belonging to Martin Luther was posted on Wittenberg Cathedral door 2. The Lord Chancellor of England resigns in 1533. 3. Thomas More was executed in 1535. Economic events 1. The European economy had been transformed by 1517 through the roles played by the reformers of this period. 2. Fixed investments and capitalism was the order of economics in most parts of Europe. 3. Economic growth was centered at the secular sectors that reflected on the empowerment of people (Rubin 2017). ARTIFACT TIMELINE OUTLINE 7 Significance of the events The Germanic Monastic responded to the 95 Theses upon realizing rebellious thoughts that changed west Europe and the rest of the world. A heaven of free speech has not been granted by Protestantism but availed an open-ended and undisciplined argument platform. 7. COUNTER REFORMATION Religious events 1. The publication of Kings James bible version in 1611 2. The King James Bible version was translated in English, and later published 3. Religious liberty in Europe was encouraged after the materializing of the Westphalia treaty. Social events 1. The recognition of Galileo as a hero in 1633 2. His support for science, as seen in the theory of Copernicus, was acknowledged. Political events 1. Westphalia treaty of 1648 was put in an application. 2. The treaty ensured the termination of the battle that had lasted for 30 years. ARTIFACT Significance of the events Education was the most cherished and thought of the time by many leaders. Through Charles Borromeo, an essential legacy of education was left by always traveling in different places to sensitize the people. TIMELINE OUTLINE 8 8. ROMANTICISM Political events 1. Beginning of the French revolution - Napoleon executed a self-declaration as the France emperor in 1789. 2. War declared in Great Britain by the united states in 1812 3. napoleons defeat by the allies of the Germans, Dutch and British in 1815 Social events 1. Wilhelm Von Schleleg gives his considerations about romantic thoughts in 1808. 2. He visits the neoclassical theatre and pronounces the superiority of the romantic drama. 3. Francisco Goya finalizes the Lunatics yard in 1794 on a dark canvas. Economic events 1. start of the industrial revolution in 1780 -1840 2. Publication of "The Marriage of Heaven and Hell" by William Blake in 1790. ARTIFACT Antiquities of England and Wales (1786). Significance of the events The prevailing opinion of music, drama, and theatre have been changed through these events. The praises were given by Wilhelm Von Schleleg raise theatre and literature to another competitive level on the global scale. 9. SLAVE TRADE IN AFRICA Political events 1. Slave trade increased by the end of 1441. 2. Portuguese traders and travelers took 12 slaves to Portugal 3. The British travelers abolished movement and advocated for the end of slavery and the slave trade in 1783 Economic events TIMELINE OUTLINE 9 1. Slave trade rose in (1441) - Portuguese capture twelve Africans as slaves in Portugal (Thompsell, 2019). 2. Sugar trading was growing in the sugar belts and colonial farms in the Caribbean in 1641. 3. Britain overtakes Jamaica from the control of Spain (1685). ARTIFACT Forced labor on a sugar plantation in 1781 Significance of the events Slavery drained resources from Africa, leaving African societies in weak economic conditions. Slave trade benefited the European nations. 10. REALISM (1837–1901) Political events 1. Publication of the Novel "War and Peace" by Leo Tolstoy saw the light of the day in 1869. 2. Freedom granted to slaves in Russia in 186. 3. the parliament of Britain approves the provision of public elementary education in wales and England(1871) Economic events 1. Industrial revolution in Europe in 18760 – 1860 radically modified life in Europe in terms of lifestyle and work. 2. publication of "Middlemarch" by George Eliot in 1871 Social events 1. Human comedy flourished in 1830 with a sequence of novels and stories talking about the characteristics of social life in France. 2. Humanism was the thematic presentation of the theatre of novels and the human comedy. 3. the spread of literacy increases throughout Europe(1890) ARTIFACT The Little Shepherdess (1889) TIMELINE OUTLINE 10 Significance of the period Writing of the realism period reveal the aftermath and the consequences of the First World War. 11. MODERNISM (1902–1945) Social events 1. Flourishing in the field of psychology was the most recognized event in 1890 2. Psychoanalysis age in 1897 by Sigmund Freud's works influenced the modern idealism 3. Freud publishes his book "Interpreting dreams" in 1900 Political events 1. Watergate break-in- the American president was accused of gross misconduct and abuse of public office in 1974. 2. Marx's "capital and capitalism today" book published – the 2nd volume of Marx's capital and capitalism today was executed, which connects the political goodwill with capitalism. 3. United States Iran hostage takes direction into crisis. - In 1981, the US-Iran hostage crisis began, which lead to sending of American troops in Iran. Economic events 1. 1908- Development of the first radio transmission for commercial use. 2. The Wall Street crash and the great depression of 1929. ARTIFACT New World 1918 Significance of the period Western societies experienced cultural changes and new trends. The faiths and religious believers of enlighten thoughts were rejected in this period. 12. POSTMODERNISM (1946–PRESENT) Economic events 1. Late birth of capitalism in 1973. 2. 1961.- Establishment of "European Free Trade Association" 3. The invention of apple, by SteveWozniak- 1976 TIMELINE OUTLINE 11 Political events 1. Pakistan and India gain independences in 1947. 2. 1949. –Establishment of NATO to end the berlin wall. 3. 1961- Prime Minister Patrice Lumumba, assassinated. Social events 1. "summer of love" – 1967 2. Charles's prince of wales wedding in 1981 3. The founding of Google by Larry page in 1998 ARTIFACT Exhaling Pearls 1993 Significance of the period The period marked the end of the ancient period earlier highlighted Technology has become the driving factor in most aspects of life More investments have been channeled on research and education. This has enlightened the political, social, and economic aspects of life. TIMELINE OUTLINE 12 References Fonsea, L.G (1991) Islam Economics. http://www.hetwebsite.net/het/schools/islamic.htm#top Newman, S. (2019) Inventions in the middle age. http://www.thefinertimes.com/MiddleAges/inventions-in-the-middle-ages.html Rubin, J (2017), Rulers, Religion, and Riches: Why the West Got Rich, and the Middle East Did Not, Cambridge, UK, and New York, NY: Cambridge University Press. Szalay, J. (2016). The renaissance: Rebirth https://www.livescience.com/55230-renaissance.html of Thompsell, A. (2019). Timeline of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade science and culture.
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ANCIENT GREECE (800 BCE–146 CE)












Political events
Establishment of the Greek city-states

Most of the Greek states such as Troy, Thessalonian, and Athens had been established with stable
economies and governments.
Declaration of Athens as a state
Athens was the first state to de declared as an independent state in Greece.

Creation of active military based in water.
Social events
The establishment of Parthenon

The first Olympic Games first recorded in 776 BCE with the presentation of a single athletic event
which was 200 meters men sprint.
The first recorded Olympic games held in Olympia in Greece.
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There was just a single event, the 200-meter men's print.

Cont. ANCIENT GREECE (800 BCE–146 CE)








Economic events

Tyrants rose to economic power and dominance
Oppressive tyrants rose to rule Greece and influence all activities of the state.
The Olympic foundation was established.

The 776B.C TO 349 AD Olympic games held after every four years formed an
integral part o life and culture of the lives of the Greeks.
The bronze age
1600 BCE, the Mycenaean people found the bronze age Greece and identified
their capital city on the land
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Artifacts of the ancient Greek period
Most of the events in ancient Greece
played critical role in the establishment of
the classical and modern Greece
civilization.
The archaic period registered various
geographical, historical, economic and
political times and developments

"The fallen warrior from the temple of Aphaia of C
480-470 BC."
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EARLY HINDUISM
Political Events
Urbanization of the second phase Indian civilization started along the river Indus about 2500
BCE.
The rise of the Vedic era in c. 1500-c. 500BCE

The growth was marked by the migration of the Aryans(noble ones) into the continent and
dormant at the place.
The Indus valley civilization
Religious events
Religion involved ritual bathing and ritual temples along with the great bath of river Indus.
Rituals were marked by the evidence of animal sacrifice found at Kalibang.
The terracotta figurines found represented the images of the goddess.

Terracotta figurines have been found indicating the presence of goddess images.
Rise of the Gupta Empire in 300-500 with devotional worship of deities in the temples.
The Gupta empire influenced the Indian culture and way of life through Hinduism.
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Social structure and hierarchy, known as the Caste
system, reinforced Hinduism

Cont. EARLY HINDUISM









Economic events
The emergence of the Indian economy

The Mahajanapadas introduced silver coinage in 600 BC.
Indian coinage was issued by the middle kingdoms and the imperial dynasties at the
beginning of the 6th century to the 1st millennium BCE.
It was mainly made of silver and copper material.
The agricultural economy introduced by the Maurya Empire
Agricultural productivity boosted the economy during the Maurya Empire in by the
300BCE.
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ARTIFACT






Significance of the artifact
The poems belonging to the Ramayana and the
Mahabharata origin provide information regarding
the values of the Hindus as well as their gods.

Salvation was attained through the execution of
status duties, as stated by Bhagavad Gita.
The Indus valley civilization was of great
importance on matters of cleanliness and purity.

"Lakshmana temple"
7

EARLY ISLAM











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