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Hi Everyone!

We have kept this wiki running throughout the school year. As we get moving in our final social studies unit of the year, we need to add the information that we have about Ancient Rome. As you scroll down, you will see our other two units we have done in Social Studies.

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Ancient Humans

 

Social Structure

Studying Societies - Seven Societal Indicators

Today's Society

EarlyHumanTimePeriods

Early Human Tools and Weapons

Early Human Food

Early Human Homes and Sheltering

Early Human Hunters and Gatherers

Early Human Cave Paintings and Religion

Paleolithic People

Ancient Human Evolution

Characteristics of Ancient peoples

Neanderthals

Early Human Weapons

Homo Habilis

Homo Erectus

Artifacts

Cro-Magnon

Farming

 

This unit, Ancient Humans, was done at the very beginning of the school year.

 

Ancient Egypt

Pharaohs

Country and Farming Life in Ancient Egypt

Pyramids

Markets and City Life

The Nile River

Home Life

Religion

Monuments

important dates

 

This unit, Ancient Egypt, was finished around the end of January - beginning of February.

 

Ancient Rome

Architecture

Housing

Warfare

Economics

Engineering and Technology

Government and Empire

Famous Romans

Connections to Modern Society

Religion & Myths

Food and Entertainment

Roman Buildings

The Gods and Goddesses

 

Feudal Europe

 

Vikings

Witchcraft

Slaves

Food

Mythical Creatures

Women

Famous Lords and Nobles

Medieval Entertainment

Homes

Religion

Armour

Weaponry

Castles

Townlife

Knights

Clothing

Life of a Feudal Peasant

 

European Colonization

 

Portuguese Settlements in Africa

The Tanio Natives/The Discovery

 

The Original 13 Colonies

John Smith, James Town/Algonquian Natives, Powhatan

 

Introduction

 

 

 

 

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