10,000 - 5,000 The Ice Age ends about 10,000 BC. Size: 24 x 36 inches on sturdy cardstock Description: This wallchart, updated in 2017, covers European history from 1300 to present. Ancient history 100,000 to 800 BC 100,000 - 20,000 BC First modern Homo Sapiens in Africa about 100,000 BC. background of the 20th and 21st centuries that led to the issues facing Europe today. This standard provides background on the European presence/influence throughout the world. Homo Sapiens settles in Europe, Asia and Oceania about 40,000 BC. This standard links to 7th grade. The treaty agreed at Amiens between France and Britain brings a welcome lull after ten years of warfare in Europe Go to Amiens, treaty of (1802) in A Dictionary of British History (1 rev ed.) See this event in other timelines: The purpose of this guide is to explain what I mean by a "professional grasp of early modern European history," and how you can go about acquiring one. Dec 22, 2016 - This 2-page timeline of world history chart covers 3000 BCE to present and shows major civilizations alongside important people and events. Content Map: Europe Unit Content Map Europe’s History Teacher Notes See this event in other timelines: Migrations of Homo Sapiens to Americas across Bering Straits about 20,000 BC. It is simplified version of my larger, more detailed world history timeline poster. Title: Microsoft Word - EuropHistory.doc Author: Frank Created Date: 3/1/2005 9:22:39 AM Agriculture, navigation, Confucianism, and art thrive. of early modern European history. Art History Timeline Art Periods/ Movements Dates Chief Artists and Major Works Characteristics Historical Events Mesopotamia - Ancient Near East (3500 BCE – 636 BCE) Chapter 2 Sumerian (2700 BCE) Sumerian Votive Offerings, Standard of Ur, Ziggurat of Ur, Bull Lyre Warrior art and narration in stone relief Sumerians invent writing (3400 In keeping with the limits of my research, this guide is focused on continental Europe—especially the Germanies—from the Black Death to the Peace of Westphalia. Major nations are shown in a side-by-side format so that the viewer can quickly see how different events in different places relate … Europe's new printing presses make possible the first pamphlet war, spreading instant arguments for and against the Reformation Go to Reformation in A Dictionary of World History (2 ed.) It is not a complete history of the region. Timeline of Events c. 1400–1850 8.5.1 b c. 1400–early 1600s Renaissance culture (arts, science, ideas) begins in Italy and spreads though Europe: freedom of thought, interest in classical Greece and Rome 1400s–1500s China grows under Ming Dynasty, with capital at Beijing. The mountain ranges of Europe and Asia: When the great land masses of Africa and India collide with Europe and Asia, about 100 million years ago, they cause the crust of the earth to crumple upwards in a long almost continuous ridge of high ground - from the Alps, through Turkey, Iran and Afghanistan to the Himalayas.This barrier will have a profound influence on human history. On your AP European History exam, you can expect to find multiple-choice and short-answer questions that focus on the following themes.