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Keyla P. Paola Q. Children's Book

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S: Children's Book ! (:

1: Table of contents | 2-3. Ancient River Valley Civilization 4-5. Classical Era 6-7. Post-Classical Asia/Africa 8-9. Medieval Europe 10-11. Renaissance/Reformation 12-13 Enlightenment/Revolutions 14-15. World War I 16-17. world War II

2: By 2000 B.C., farming revolutionized the way humans lived and four important civilations were being established in the major river valleys of the ancient world. Mesopotamia,r4 was one of the first places of civilization. It was called the Fertile Crescent and their huge reliance on farming caused the creation of irrigation. Another civilization was being formed by the Nile River in Egypt. Egyptians relied a lot on the river as a source of food and water, they’re also known for their building of pyramids which were built for the Pharoahs and mummification was a big part of their society too. Another place, was the Indus River Valley where they had created the first type of planned city, this lead to their usage of sophisticated plumbing and sewage systems. | Ancient River Valley Civilization

3: if people had not learned how to farm they would of probably just be wandering around from place to place looking for food, which their main source was animals. somehow Neolithic people learned how to plant and raise crops. this was the start of civilization, most of our supplies now days are because of the people back then that learned how to plant and farm. so we wouldn't have most of our food if it wasn't for them.

4: Classical Greece/Rome Ancient Greece had two major civilizations that were very different from one another,Athens and Sparta. Athens emphasized much on individualism and philosophy and were the founders of Democracy. Sparta's society was based on military and unity; because of this, women played a bigger role in Sparta's society than Athens. As this was going on, the Roman Empire had established a Republic and as their empire grew, Christianity spread. They went through a period called Pax Romana, Roman Peace. But that went to an end after Rome experienced inflation because of war expenses and pirates interfering with trade. Because they were in debt, the romans and their government began to lose their national loyalty. This caused the decline of the Roman empire.

5: If Roman would of never fallen, the whole world right now would be very different. Our technology would be highly much advanced and we would and we would also just have one language ("New Latin"). Probably the cold war would have been between Russia, Germany and the Roman Empire. The Roman Emperor would rule over one to three quarters of the globe, maintaining Pax Romana within the Empire's vast borders. Rome would have continued to expand into Africa, as well as into the Middle East and Central Europe. However, over time the Empire would have followed a similar path by sending fleets to map and then colonise the New World.

6: Post-Classical Asia/Africa | During this era many

7: If the Mongols had not opened the Silk Road to safe travels they would have never lowered the tolls and taxes. they wouldn't of protected caravans by guarding roads againts bandits. The promotion of the trading with Europe wouldn't of happen. China wouldn't of never improved the road system. Since it improved the road system between China and Russia and throughout Central Asia, it expanded the canal system in China, which facilitated the transportation of grain and other goods between southern and northern china. The Mongols were strong supporters of free trade, so if it wouldn't have been for them everything would of been much complicated.

8: Medieval Europe

9: Pope Urban II was critizized by many muslims due to the fact that christians relationships were deeply damaged. However, in the econony side the crusade increased trade, and steped up European economy growth.

10: Renaissance/Reformation

11: If Gutenberg hadn't invented the printing press today we wouldn't have any books, we probably would, but handwritten Gutenberg pretty much made everything easier. The Gutenberg's press brought down the price of printed materials, and made such materials available for the masses.

12: spring: a. The season of the year, occurring between winter and summer, during which the weather becomes warmer and plants revive, extending in the Northern Hemisphere from the vernal equinox to the summer solstice and popularly considered to comprise March, April, and May. b. A time of growth and renewal.

14: "be like the flower, turn your face to the sun." - Kahlil Gibran | It's a beautiful day, don't let it get away.

15: Several sanctions were imposed on Germany's after the devastation of World war I. Germany's army was reduced one hundred man, and were not allowed to have weapons of massive destruction. One of the biggest sanction imposed on Germany's war was that they had to restore the country's insfranstructure caused by the aftermat of World War I. | World War I

16: "Blossom by blossom the spring begins" | World War II

17: When the Unites States dropped the atomic bomb on Japan, It put an end to World War I. However repercussions are still alive. As of today, many toxic gases are still present in Japan, causing numerous deaths in the past, and still counting.

19: A Smile As Sweet As Spring

20: Nothing Is So Beautiful As Spring

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