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The Greeks make the first heat-treated iron weapons. Themistocles, and later Pericles, rebuilds Athens into a great city.At its height, of its 200,000 inhabitants, only 50,000 were citizens (men). Rome begins rising as a power, eventually defeating the Etruscans of today’s northern Italy, and incorporate Etruria’s cultural and technical achievements.
They may have driven Irish monks from Iceland before them to North America.In the Caribbean, agricultural Arawakan peoples begin migrating along the archipelago from South America, eventually displacing/absorbing the hunter-gatherer peoples there.They populate the Greater Antilles in the millions by 1492, and are loosely known as the Taino.Not many Americans will find this essay an enjoyable read, but that is not its purpose.I am an accountant by profession, not a historian, political scientist, economist, or scientist, and this essay should to be read with that in mind.The violent, male sky-gods come to dominate religion, including one named Jehovah.
The Aryan (pastoral tribes of the steppe regions) invasion of India leads to their caste system; the invaders are the favored class.
This essay was partially intended as an antidote to nationalism, and I believe that it gets the point across, and continuing to chart the decline of the American Empire holds little interest for me, as I am after bigger game and only have so many hours in a day and years in a life.
Large mammals become extinct in South America, which was not covered in a continental ice sheet.
El Nio cycles regularly affect South American civilization, and elaborate food production and storage systems are designed to cope with them, as well as other environmental challenges.
That region’s people become the world’s greatest agricultural experimenters. It attained a peak population of several million, before its overtaxed environment failed to support the population.
Squash and pumpkins first domesticated in Mesoamerica. By this time, corn, potatoes, manioc, beans and turkeys are domesticated in the Americas. Today, only about 10% of that forest remains; much has turned to desert.