AGES OF HISTORY
History is divided into five different ages: Prehistory, Ancient History, the Middle Ages, the Modern Age and the Contemporary Age. PREHISTORY extended from the time the first human beings appeared until the invention of writing.... read more ›
The Three Age System is widely considered archaeology's first paradigm: a convention established in the early 19th century that said prehistory could be subdivided into three parts, based on technological advances in weaponry and tools: in chronological order, they are Stone Age, Bronze Age, Iron Age.... view details ›
The three ages in Human history are the Stone Age, the Bronze Age and the Iron Age. They are a periodization of prehistory that overlaps with the historical periods of certain regions. For further reading, check the following articles: Prehistoric Age in India.... see more ›
A human being's age can be categorized into four types: Chronological age, Appearance age, Biological age, and Mental age.... see more ›
place in Greek religion
use of a scheme of Four Ages (or Races): Golden, Silver, Bronze, and Iron. “Race” is the more accurate translation, but “Golden Age” has become so established in English that both terms should be mentioned.... view details ›
explores three periods in Western history that exploded with creativity: Elizabethan England, Renaissance Florence, and America's founding. What enabled these societies to make staggering jumps in scientific knowledge, develop new political structures, or create timeless works of art?... see details ›
the years of retirement, normally after age 65.... continue reading ›
The Stone Age
In the Paleolithic period (roughly 2.5 million years ago to 10,000 B.C.), early humans lived in caves or simple huts or tepees and were hunters and gatherers.... see details ›
division of Metal Ages
criteria as Christian Jürgensen Thomsen's Three Age system, in which the material used for producing tools and weapons distinguishes an age. This has resulted in a distinction between the Copper, Bronze, and Iron ages, each of which has been further divided.... see more ›
The Bronze Age culminated in ironworking, which gave way to the final step in the three-age system, the Iron Age, around 1200 BC.... see details ›
Christian Thomsen Founds the "Three-Age" System in Archaeology : History of Information.... continue reading ›
The Anthropocene Epoch is an unofficial unit of geologic time, used to describe the most recent period in Earth's history when human activity started to have a significant impact on the planet's climate and ecosystems.... see more ›
The current longevity record is held by Jeanne Calment, a French woman who passed away in 1997 at the age of 122 years and five months (see 'The rising age of the longest-living human').... view details ›
Many scientists define this time in the planet's history by the scale of human influence, and label it as a new geological epoch called the Anthropocene.... view details ›
> 5–10 are elementary kids /they start out little and end up as older kids. > 10–12 year olds are older kid (preteens) they are most likely in middle school or just about to start middle school.... view details ›
Preschooler development at 4-5 years: what's happening. At this age, preschoolers are exploring and learning to express motions. They do this in many ways – for example, by talking, using gestures, making noises and playing. Preschoolers also like to be around people.... continue reading ›
While chronological age refers to the actual amount of time a person has existed, biological age refers to epigenetic alteration and DNA methylation which express on how able and functioning she is and whether she has diseases related to old age.... see more ›
The Shire and the kingdoms of Arnor and Gondor were restored. It marked the ascent of Men and the final diminishing of the Elves. Gandalf, Elrond, Galadriel, Bilbo and Frodo sailed for the Undying Lands, as had most Elves on Middle-earth. The allies of Sauron were greatly diminished.... continue reading ›
Silver Age, in Latin literature, the period from approximately ad 18 to 133, which was a time of marked literary achievement second only to the previous Golden Age (70 bc–ad 18).... see more ›
The term 'Silver Age' refers to a general time period in which the comic books were originally available. The Silver Age is commonly considered to have begun in 1956 and to have lasted until about 1975. Many people consider DC Comics' Showcase Number 4 to be the beginning of the Silver Age.... view details ›
Turning 50 has also been considered a golden birthday year, and many people choose to decorate with black and gold. Any of the above ideas can be easily translated to a 50th birthday party—just go extra big on the 50th birthday invitation, golden birthday gift, and cake!... read more ›
When men reach the age of 40, they undergo a decrease in testosterone levels, which has an effect on various bodily functions, including muscle growth, metabolic rates, bone strength and sexual desire. All of this means that they have entered their “golden years”.... continue reading ›
Don't be down if you're 50 today – you're entering the age of true happiness. Researchers say many of those who have passed their half century are enjoying the time of their lives – comfortable and content with their lot.... see more ›
This was part of fivefold division of Ages of Man, starting with the Golden age, then the Silver Age, the Bronze Age, the Age of Heroes (including the Trojan War), and finally, the current Iron Age.... continue reading ›
The three-age system is the periodization of human pre-history (with some overlap into the historical periods in a few regions) into three time-periods: the Stone Age, the Bronze Age, and the Iron Age; although the concept may also refer to other tripartite divisions of historic time-periods.... see details ›
Although there's some contention as to when the golden age began and ended, most critics agree that it “existed” in some capacity from the late 1910s into the early 1960s.... view details ›
The First Age describes the events near the beginning of time. Also known as the Elder Days the First Age saw the creation of the races of Arda, their flourishing in Valinor and Beleriand, their feats against Morgoth and his eventual overthrow by the combined armies of Valar, Elves and Edain.... continue reading ›
The end of the Iron Age is generally considered to coincide with the Roman Conquests, and history books tell us that it was succeeded by Antiquity and then the Middle Ages.... view details ›
Our current archaeological three-age system – Stone Age, Bronze Age, Iron Age – ends in the same place, and suggests that we haven't yet left the iron age.... view details ›
The three-age system has been used in many areas, referring to the prehistorical and historical periods identified by tool manufacture and use, of Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age.... see more ›
The Iron Age was a period in human history that started between 1200 B.C. and 600 B.C., depending on the region, and followed the Stone Age and Bronze Age. During the Iron Age, people across much of Europe, Asia and parts of Africa began making tools and weapons from iron and steel.... see more ›
The Stone Age began about 2.6 million years ago, when researchers found the earliest evidence of humans using stone tools, and lasted until about 3,300 B.C. when the Bronze Age began. It is typically broken into three distinct periods: the Paleolithic Period, Mesolithic Period and Neolithic Period.... continue reading ›
- Stone Age: 3.3 million to 5,000 years ago.
- Bronze Age: 5,000 to 1,400 years ago (1,200 BC)
- Iron Age: 1,200 BC to 500 BC.
- Classical Era: 500 BC to 500 AD.
- Medieval Era: 500 AD to 1500 AD.
- Early Modern Era: 1500 AD to 1800 AD.
- Modern Era: 1800 AD to present.
|Years ago||Epoch (Geological)||Cultural stage|
|25,000||Pleistocene (Ice Age) (Glacial Epoch)||Paleolithic (Old Stone Age)|
|10,000||Holocene||Mesolithic (Middle Stone Age)|
|8,000||Neolithic (New Stone Age)|
The Bronze Age follows on from the Neolithic period and is followed by the Iron Age.... view details ›
The College Board has broken down the History of the World into six distinct periods (FOUNDATIONS, CLASSICAL, POST-CLASSICAL, EARLY-MODERN, MODERN, CONTEMPORARY.... continue reading ›
At this time, elementary-age and preadolescent children -- ages 7 to 11 -- show logical, concrete reasoning. Children's thinking becomes less focused on themselves.... see more ›
- The Paleolithic Age. The old stone or in Greek (Palaios- "Old") and (Lithos- "Stone") ...
- The Mesolithic Age. The Middle stone age or in Greek (Mesos- "middle") ...
- The Neolithic Age. ...
- The Bronze Age. ...
- The Iron Age. ...
- The Middle Ages. ...
- The Renaissance/ Enlightenment. ...
- The Industrial Age.
The Prehistoric Period—or when there was human life before records documented human activity—roughly dates from 2.5 million years ago to 1,200 B.C. It is generally categorized in three archaeological periods: the Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age.... view details ›
- Colonial Settlement, 1600s - 1763.
- The American Revolution, 1763 - 1783.
- The New Nation, 1783 - 1815.
- National Expansion and Reform, 1815 - 1880.
- Civil War and Reconstruction, 1861-1877.
- Rise of Industrial America, 1876-1900.
- Progressive Era to New Era, 1900-1929.
2022 (MMXXII) is the current year, and is a common year starting on Saturday of the Gregorian calendar, the 2022nd year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 22nd year of the 3rd millennium and the 21st century, and the 3rd year of the 2020s decade.... see more ›
Officially, the current epoch is called the Holocene, which began 11,700 years ago after the last major ice age.... read more ›
The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child defines child as, "A human being below the age of 18 years unless under the law applicable to the child, majority is attained earlier.” This is ratified by 192 of 194 member countries.... view details ›
Kids between 8 and 12 are called “tweens” because they are in between children and teenagers. It's very normal for kids this age to start to move from being very close to parents to wanting to be more independent. But they still need a lot of help from their parents. Kids this age go through big physical changes.... see details ›
The World Health Organization (WHO) defines adolescents as those people between 10 and 19 years of age.... view details ›