These were the times when mythology was popular. During Acient Greece there were many focuses on philosophy and architecture such as the Parthenon
This was the turning point from BC (Before Christ) to AD (Anno Domini)
Augustus was the first Roman Emperor
Was built under the ruler Emperor Vespasian and could hold approximately 50,000 people.
Roman Emperor, renamed the eastern capital of the Roman Empire after himself "Constantinople" https://lambsservant.files.wordpress.com/2015/01/head-of-constantine-joan-carroll.jpg
Also known as the Muslim conquest http://www.reformation.org/en-arab-north-africa.jpg
In a span of 3 years the Black Plague killed me third of the population
In 1492 Columbus sailed the ocean blue from the Spanish ports of Palos
Northern States and Southern states entered a civil war over slavery and political views on foreign policies http://www.conteco.com/TheStore/ACW/big1grass25.jpg
Around 9 Million soilders and 7 million civilians died in this war around Europe. The Treaty of Versalies was the final contract to end the war.
During World War 2 German was trying to take over many European countries including France which they occupied for six weeks until D-Day
Catholic Church had most power along with Kings and Queens http://wonderfulworldofworldhistoryemrc.wikispaces.com/file/view/aa-middle-ages.jpg/273729686/aa-middle-ages.jpg
Between the Middle Ages and modern history. The word Renaissance means rebirth. During this time there were shifts in values and classical learning.