Timelines of Ancient Civilizations

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  • 1990
  • 1 Season

This is a show that documents ancient civilizations. There are civilizations of China, Japan and other countries. Some of them date back about 3,000 years. You will learn about how they developed as well as the music, literature and ways of life for the people of the civilizations.

Timelines of Ancient Civilizations
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Egyptian Part 1 - Stone Age to Middle Kingdom
14. Egyptian Part 1 - Stone Age to Middle Kingdom
January 1, 1990
The historic timeline of ancient Egypt stretches from approximately 3100 BCE to 30 BCE. With its spectacular temples, imperious Pharaohs and auspicious treasures, Egypt's Golden Empire became one of the most dominant civilizations the world has ever known. The timeline of Egypt flows from the dynasties of mighty kings and queens to the architectural wonders of pyramids and tombs.
Egyptian Part 1 - Stone Age to Middle Kingdom
13. Egyptian Part 1 - Stone Age to Middle Kingdom
January 1, 1990
The historic timeline of ancient Egypt stretches from approximately 3100 BCE to 30 BCE. With its spectacular temples, imperious Pharaohs and auspicious treasures, Egypt's Golden Empire became one of the most dominant civilizations the world has ever known. The timeline of Egypt flows from the dynasties of mighty kings and queens to the architectural wonders of pyramids and tombs.
Roman Part 2 - Post Republic to Modern Day
12. Roman Part 2 - Post Republic to Modern Day
January 1, 1990
Synonymous with imperial rule, the historic timeline of the Roman Empire is a tapestry woven from its origins along seven hilltop villages to the shores of Europe, Asia, and Africa. Its influence upon the ancient world rapidly spread as ambitious Roman emperors expanded the empire. Although founded upon the principles of a "Republic", imperialism soon became a defining element of Roman authority.
Roman Part 1 - Neolithic Period to Third Punic War
11. Roman Part 1 - Neolithic Period to Third Punic War
January 1, 1990
Synonymous with imperial rule, the historic timeline of the Roman Empire is a tapestry woven from its origins along seven hilltop villages to the shores of Europe, Asia, and Africa. Its influence upon the ancient world rapidly spread as ambitious Roman emperors expanded the empire. Although founded upon the principles of a "Republic", imperialism soon became a defining element of Roman authority.
Mesopotamia Part 2 - The Babylonians To Modern Day
10. Mesopotamia Part 2 - The Babylonians To Modern Day
January 1, 1990
Known as the "Land In Between", Mesopotamia geographically lies between the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers. Today this broad fertile crescent plain is part of the modern countries of Iraq and Kuwait. Over the course of 5,000 years this ancient land gave rise to three remarkable civilizations; the Sumerians, the Babylonians and the Assyrians.
Mesopotamia Part 1 - Neolithic Period To Kings of Agade
9. Mesopotamia Part 1 - Neolithic Period To Kings of Agade
January 1, 1990
Known as the "Land In Between", Mesopotamia geographically lies between the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers. Today this broad fertile crescent plain is part of the modern countries of Iraq and Kuwait. Over the course of 5,000 years this ancient land gave rise to three remarkable civilizations; the Sumerians, the Babylonians and the Assyrians.
Japanese-Part 2 - Mongols to Modern Day
8. Japanese-Part 2 - Mongols to Modern Day
January 1, 1990
During the time Japan became an island off the Asian continent, a new era evolved known as the Jomon period, which improved the migrating lifestyles of the early hunting/gathering societies. After early settlements Japan entered an age known as feudalism. While upholding its ancient heritage and investing in technological advances, Japan remains one of the most unique cultures of the world.
Japanese-Part 1 - Neolithic Period to Samurai
7. Japanese-Part 1 - Neolithic Period to Samurai
January 1, 1990
During the time Japan became an island off the Asian continent, a new era evolved known as the Jomon period, which improved the migrating lifestyles of the early hunting/gathering societies. After early settlements Japan entered an age known as feudalism. While upholding its ancient heritage and investing in technological advances, Japan remains one of the most unique cultures of the world.
India -Part 2 - Alexander The Great to Modern Day
6. India -Part 2 - Alexander The Great to Modern Day
January 1, 1990
Anthropologists believe that single edged stone tools indicate that people lived in India as much as 50,000 years ago. Some of the most powerful empires of all time have touched the fabric of India; that of Alexander the Great from Greece, the Muslims, and lastly the British Empire. It took until the middle of the 20th Century before India and Pakistan become independent nations.
India Part 1 - Indus River Civilizations to Buddhism
5. India Part 1 - Indus River Civilizations to Buddhism
January 1, 1990
Anthropologists believe that single edged stone tools indicate that people lived in India as much as 50,000 years ago. Some of the most powerful empires of all time have touched the fabric of India; that of Alexander the Great from Greece, the Muslims, and lastly the British Empire. It took until the middle of the 20th Century before India and Pakistan become independent nations.
Greek Part 2 - Rise of Athens to Modern Greece
4. Greek Part 2 - Rise of Athens to Modern Greece
January 1, 1990
Ancient Greek culture has been a contributing influence throughout Western civilization in the areas of art, literature, philosophy, drama, architecture and politics. With their inspiring intellect and unending pursuit of knowledge, the Greeks were the first to envision the principles of democracy and personal freedoms.
Greek Part 1 - Neolithic Period to Archaic Period
3. Greek Part 1 - Neolithic Period to Archaic Period
January 1, 1990
Ancient Greek culture has been a contributing influence throughout Western civilization in the areas of art, literature, philosophy, drama, architecture and politics. With their inspiring intellect and unending pursuit of knowledge, the Greeks were the first to envision the principles of democracy and personal freedoms.
Chinese Part 2 - Northern Song Dynasty to Modern Day
2. Chinese Part 2 - Northern Song Dynasty to Modern Day
January 1, 1990
The history of China dates back some 3,300 years. Distinct with its own art, music, literature, philosophy, science and technology China offers a cultural portrait equal to the strong creative will of its people. China has blended its ancient heritage into the sophistication of a modern-day society.
Chinese Part 1 - Neolithic to Sui Dynasty
1. Chinese Part 1 - Neolithic to Sui Dynasty
January 1, 1990
The history of China dates back some 3,300 years. Distinct with its own art, music, literature, philosophy, science and technology China offers a cultural portrait equal to the strong creative will of its people. China has blended its ancient heritage into the sophistication of a modern-day society.
Description

This is a show that documents ancient civilizations. There are civilizations of China, Japan and other countries. Some of them date back about 3,000 years. You will learn about how they developed as well as the music, literature and ways of life for the people of the civilizations.

Timelines of Ancient Civilizations is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (14 episodes). The series first aired on January 1, 1990.

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Timelines of Ancient Civilizations is available for streaming on the Film IdeasInc. website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Timelines of Ancient Civilizations on demand at Amazon Prime and Amazon.

  • Premiere Date
    January 1, 1990