History Of The World. Arguement: Throughout All Of Human

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History of the World Arguement: Throughout all of human history, each major revolution or major event has lead to an even more important event or more significant revolution following it. During the Paleolithic period, humans grouped together in small societies such as tribes, and survived by gathering plants and hunting wild animals.The Paleolithic is characterized by the use of stone tools, although at the time humans also used wood and bone tools. Humankind gradually evolved from early members of humanity, who used simple stone tools. They transformed into fully behaviorally and religious modern humans or Homo sapiens during the Paleolithic era. During the end of the Paleolithic Revolution or the Upper Paleolithic, humans began to…show more content…
The earliest known empire appeared in Egypt called the Akkadian Empire, it was an early Mesopotamian empire. The Achaemenid Empire (550–330 BC), also known as the first Persian Empire, covered Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece, the Middle East,Central Asia, and part of India. In India came the Mauryan Empire ruled by the Mauryan dynasty from 321–185 BC.Under Emperor Asoka the Mauryan Empire became the first Indian empire to conquer all of the Indian Peninsula. In the reign of Asoka Buddhism spread to become the dominant religion in ancient India. In China of the Axial Age, the era of the Warring States ended in 221 BC with the l conquest of Qin.The Qin Dynasty was soon was overthrown by the Han Dynasty (207 BC - AD 220) which became one of the most long lived dynasties. In the Second century the Han Empire expanded into Central Asia. The Ottoman Empire was a successor of the Abbasid Empire and it was the most powerful empire to succeed the Abbasi empires at the time, as well as one of the most powerful empires in the world. The Ottoman Empire centered on modern day Turkey, dominated the eastern Mediterranean, overthrew the Byzantine Empire to claim Constantinople. The Silk Road was an ancient network of trade routes that were for centuries central to cultural interaction through regions of the Asian continent connecting the East and West.Though silk was a major trade item exported from China, many other goods were traded, as
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