Map of the Levant circa 830 BCE

Map of the Levant circa 830 BCE


World 1837 CE

Westerners control a globe-spanning trading and political system. The wealth that this brings has sparked the greatest economic revolution since the rise of farming.

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World history in 1837 - the West ascending

The history of the world is experiencing one of its key turning points, with the beginnings of the rise of a truly global civilization. All corners of the globe are being affected.

The Western World

At the heart of this new civilization are the European nations and their offshoots around the globe. By this date, one can start speaking of the nations of Europe and the Americas – North America especially – as “the Western World”. They make up a global bloc with a shared civilization.Being the first to experience the transformations which industrialization brings, these societies find themselves with a huge (though, as it will turn out, temporary) advantage over all other societies on the planet. They naturally set about exploiting this advantage to the full.

In their homelands, the Western nations have experienced a series of political upheavals. We have already seen the creation of the USA in the American Revolution. Then the French Revolution broke out in 1789 and led to 20 years of war, reaching to every part of the continent and shaking European politics to its foundations. Later, wars of liberation in South and Central America have created almost a dozen independent nations where before there had been just two empires.

At the same time, the Industrial Revolution spreads from Britain to the rest of Europe and North America. Steam locomotives are beginning to revolutionize land transport, making the carrying of goods and passengers far cheaper and speedier than ever before. Steam power is also just beginning to do the same for transport by sea. These will act as a huge boost to industrialization, which has already begun to utterly transform Western societies. The modern world is on its way.

While the West’s politics and societies have been in flux, its influence has been rapidly growing around the world. From this time, no region on Earth can escape the West’s impact. By this date already, no continent or region has been left untouched by the spreading tentacles of western trade or empire. The foundations are being laid for the global economy which we know today. The history of all the nations of the world will begin to be drawn into a single overarching pattern of events.

Europe

In Europe, the French Revolution posed a serious challenge to the old monarchies. It soon engulfed Europe in war. Under the highly capable leadership of Napoleon, France was successful against all her enemies, and her conquests spread the Revolutionary ideas of nationalism and democracy throughout much of Europe. Eventually Napoleon was defeated, in 1815, and since then, the old monarchies have been trying to reimpose a semblance of the pre-Revolutionary order on the continent. They will shortly find that the Revolutionary ideas cannot be killed off easily.

To add to these political changes, European society is now starting to be transformed by the Industrial Revolution spreading from Britain. The growing industrial towns, the multiplying factories, and now the expanding railway networks, are helping to undermine old social structures and create new ones in their place.

North America

Industrialization has also arrived in North America. The westward expansion of societies of European origin is the dominant motif of North American history at this time. This has been aided by a number of factors, such as the USA’s purchase of the vast new territories from France in 1804 the opening of the Erie Canal in 1825, which makes it much easier for settlers and commercial interests to penetrate the Central Plains and official encouragement of the settlement of the new lands. The Native American peoples’ hold on their ancestral homelands is now coming under intensifying pressure from the white settlers.

Within the USA, tensions are growing between Northern and Southern states. These are caused by contrasts between their very different societies: the northern states are home to the most economically dynamic and egalitarian societies in the world at that date the southern ones have very unequal plantation societies, with their economies based in the institution of slavery.

Central and South America

Wars of Independence have re-shaped the maps of Central and South America. These have seen campaigns on an epic scale, but have left social and economic structures in Latin America largely unchanged. As a result political independence benefits only a tiny elite, and has led to instability and autocracy. The lives of the poverty-stricken masses have not been improved one iota by these developments.

Naval power

The long wars in Europe have left Britain’s navy in undisputed mastery of the seas. As well as underpinning the growing reach of the British Empire, this navy is used to keep the seas open to the trade of all nations – which in reality means Western nations. No people seeking to resist western commercial power can shut it out for long, as the British navy can brush away any non-Western nations’ attempts to defend ports and coasts. All countries with coasts are open to invasion, wherever and whenever Britain or her allies choose to strike.

Naval supremacy has gone hand in hand with commercial supremacy, and London, Britain’s capital, is now effectively the financial and commercial center of the world.

The slave trade

One of the British navy’s main preoccupations, however, is to stamp out the Atlantic Slave Trade. This has been prohibited by Britain and most other European countries since the early 19th century. It remains very much alive, however, in the hands of American and Portuguese slavers. Slavery itself (not just the trade) has recently been abolished in the Caribbean islands ruled by Britain and France. It remains in force in Brazil and other South American countries, as well as in the USA, and will be for decades longer.

Africa

Ironically, Britain’s attempts to stamp out the slave trade is leading them to get more in involved in the affairs of the peoples of West Africa, and is thus laying the foundations for their future empire there.

In fact, most slaves are now being taken from central and southern Africa, regions already destabilized by centuries of slaving. It is no wonder that, in this vacuum of stable political power, states based on war and terror, such as the Zulu kingdom, arise here.

The campaigns of the Zulus have caused immense dislocation over a huge area of southern and central Africa, so much so that, when European explorers first arrive in these regions, they see societies in chaos and misery. They think this is the norm for African societies, and the idea of African “savagery”, and the Europeans’ civilizing mission, takes hold.

In South Africa, the descendants of the European farmers settled on the southern tip of Africa have been multiplying. With the British taking control of the Cape territory, many of these farmers are migrating into the interior, founding independent republics there.

Balkans and the Middle East

In the Balkans and the Middle East, the huge Ottoman empire, for so long the scourge of Europe, is by now being exposed as a weakened giant. The Ottoman government is attempting to modernize the empire, in order to deal more effectively with the Western threat. These attempts are by no means without success, but the task is immense. The same is true for a by-now independent Egypt. Elsewhere in the Middle East, the Levant and the Gulf states are being drawn more and more under the commercial influence of France and Britain, respectively.

South, East and South East Asia

South Asia has seen British power grow to the point where it now effectively dominates India and it is still expanding.

No such European empire can be found in East Asia, but westerners are a troubling presence in the region. In fact, many of them are little better than drug smugglers on a grand scale. The rulers of the China, Japan and Korea are determined to keep them out.

The Dutch empire in South East Asia expands and the British are now getting more involved in the region. Most notably, they establish a base of operations on the small island of Singapore.

Oceania

In Australia, the tiny British settlement has grown slowly, and new colonies have been founded on different parts of the coast. The New Zealand coasts are now dotted with small European settlements, leading to clashes with Maori tribes.

Western traders and missionaries are also active elsewhere in Oceania. Sadly, they bring with them disease, guns and destabilization. For these, as for other non-Western societies, the process of being drawn into the emerging, Western-dominated Global civilization is a hard and stressful one.

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What Countries Comprise the Levant?

The countries that comprise the Levant are Cyprus, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine and Syria. Areas of southern Turkey are also considered part of the Levant. The definition of the Levant and the lands does not have a consistent meaning and varies over time and by source.

The earliest use of the term Levant occurred in English in 1497 to describe land along Mediterranean Sea and to the east of Italy. According to some definitions, it comprises the land south of the Taurus Mountains, west of the Zagros Mountains and north of the Sinai Peninsula.

As of 2014, the term is typically used to describe historical events and geography, rather than as a specific term to describe current-day geographical locations. For example, the term may be used to refer to the area containing the Near East, the location of the biblical twelve tribes of Canaan and the area controlled by the ancient empires of Persia, Babylon and Assyria.

The countries included in the term Levant share cultural, religious and linguistic traits. Large cities located in the Levant include the Syrian cities of Aleppo, Homs and Damascus, the Lebanese cities of Beirut and Tripoli, the Jordanian cities of Amman and Zarqua, the Israeli cities of Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, and the Palestinian Gaza City.


Land between Jordan River and Mediterranean sea

More particularly, these echoes reflect the following events: a) the wars of the Babylonians under Nabopolassar on Assyrian soil from 616 to 609 BCE, during which the Babylonians devastated the heartland of Assyria and conquered its Western provinces, thus sealing Assyria’s demise and b) the subsequent campaigns of the Neo-Babylonian Empire under Nebuchadnezzar II, during which the Babylonians crossed the Euphrates and conquered the Levant (605–598/7).

In 1516, Jerusalem was taken over by the Ottoman Empire along with all of Greater Syria and enjoyed a period of renewal and peace under Suleiman the Magnificent, including the construction of the walls, which define until today what is now known as the Old City of Jerusalem.

The struggle between Assyria and Egypt over the Levant is omitted. During the siege of Jerusalem between 588 and 586 BCE, the people of Jerusalem decided to oppose the besieging Babylonians and not surrender. Jerusalem withstood a siege for a far longer time than any of the nations listed in Isa 37:12–13, namely during the conquests of the Neo-Babylonian Kings. Therefore, the people of Jerusalem could claim that God was protecting them and Jerusalem.

The 20th century history of the Levant
1. Partition of the Ottoman Empire
The partition of the Ottoman Empire (30 October 1918 – 1 November 1922) was a geopolitical event that occurred after World War I and the occupation of Constantinople by British, French and Italian troops in November 1918. The partitioning was planned in several agreements made by the Allied Powers early in the course of World War I,[1] notably the Sykes-Picot Agreement, after the Ottoman Empire had joined the Ottoman–German Alliance. The huge conglomeration of territories and peoples that formerly comprised the Ottoman Empire was divided into several new states. The Ottoman Empire had been the leading Islamic state in geopolitical, cultural and ideological terms. The partitioning of the Ottoman Empire after the war led to the domination of the Middle East by Western powers such as Britain and France, and saw the creation of the modern Arab world and the Republic of Turkey. Resistance to the influence of these powers came from the Turkish National Movement but did not become widespread in the other post-Ottoman states until the period of rapid decolonization after World War II .

The Levant and the Crusaders with the Seljuq Empire 1000 AD

The map above is from a 1929 TIME article —even though, as the map makes clear, in 1929 there was no country called Israel.

Instead, there was Mandatory Palestine. The idea of a mandatory nation, using the common definition of the word, is an odd one: a country that’s obligatory, something that can’t be missed without fear of consequence. But the entity known as “Mandatory Palestine” existed for more than two decades—and, despite its strange-sounding name, had geopolitical consequences that can still be felt today.

The word “mandatory,” in this case, refers not to necessity but to the fact that a mandate caused it to exist. That document, the British Mandate for Palestine, was drawn up in 1920 and came into effect on this day in 1923, Sept. 29. Issued by the League of Nations, the Mandate formalized British rule over parts of the Levant (the region that comprises countries to the east of the Mediterranean), as part of the League’s goal of administrating the region’s formerly Ottoman nations “until such time as they are able to stand alone.” The Mandate also gave Britain the responsibility for creating a Jewish national homeland in the region.

The Mandate did not itself redraw borders—following the end of World War I, the European and regional powers had divvied up the former Ottoman Empire, with Britain acquiring what were then known as Mesopotamia (modern day Iraq) and Palestine (modern day Israel, Palestine and Jordan)—nor did it by any means prompt the drive to build a Jewish state in Palestine. Zionism, the movement to create a Jewish homeland, had emerged in the late 19th century, though it wasn’t exclusively focused on a homeland in Palestine. (Uganda was one of several alternatives proposed over the years.) In 1917, years before the Mandate was issued, the British government had formalized its support for a Jewish state in a public letter from Foreign Secretary Arthur James Balfour known as the Balfour Declaration.

But by endorsing British control of the region with specific conditions, the League of Nations did help lay the groundwork for the modern Jewish state—and for the tensions between Jews and Arabs in the region that would persist for decades more. Though Israel would not exist for years to come, Jewish migrants flowed from Europe to Mandatory Palestine and formal Jewish institutions began to take shape amid a sometimes violent push to finalize the creation of a Jewish state. Meanwhile, the growing Jewish population exacerbated tensions with the Arab community and fueled conflicting Arab nationalist movements.

Sporadic clashes continuing at Haifa, Hebron and in Jerusalem itself, rolled up an estimated total of 196 dead for all Palestine. A known total of 305 wounded lay in hospitals. Speeding from England in a battleship the British High Commissioner to Palestine, handsome, brusque Sir John Chancellor, landed at Haifa, hurried to Jerusalem and sought to calm the general alarm by announcing that His Majesty’s Government were rushing more troops by sea from Malta and by land from Egypt, would soon control the situation.

The clashes in Mandatory Palestine, which at times targeted the British or forced British intervention, began to take a toll on U.K. support for the Mandate. As early as 1929, some newspapers were declaring “Let Us Get Out of Palestine,” as TIME reported in the article on Jewish-Arab tensions. Though the Mandate persisted through World War II, support in war-weary Britain withered further. The U.K. granted Jordan independence in 1946 and declared that it would terminate its Mandate in Palestine on May 14, 1948. It left the “Question of Palestine” to the newly formed United Nations, which drafted a Plan of Partition that was approved by the U.N. General Assembly—but rejected by most of the Arab world—on Nov. 27, 1947.

As the day of May 14 came to an end, so did Mandatory Palestine. The region was far from settled, but the Mandate did accomplish at least one of its stated goals. Mere hours earlier, a new document had been issued: the Israeli Declaration of Independence.

It is a 0.9-square-kilometer (0.35 sq mi) walled area within the modern city of Jerusalem. The Old City is home to several sites of key religious importance: the Temple Mount and Western Wall for Jews, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre for Christians and the Dome of the Rock and al-Aqsa Mosque for Muslims.


The Palestinian population of around ten or eleven million people in pink.

Presently, most of the West Bank is administered by Israel though 42% of it is under varying degrees of autonomous rule by the Fatah-run Palestinian Authority. The Gaza Strip is currently under the control of Hamas.

Efforts to create a Palestinian state on the West Bank of the River Jordan and Gaza on the Mediterranean coast have been frustrated by the continuing conflict with Israel.


Investigating technological change in the Wadi Arabah

For this study, 154 slag samples collected from stratigraphically controlled contexts in Faynan and Timna were pulverized for homogenization and analyzed with a pXRF (n = 109), ICP-OES (n = 10) and ICP-MS (n = 35). The conceptual framework for investigating technological change in the Wadi Arabah was to diachronically and synchronically map slag chemical compositions in a period of seemingly continuous production in the region. The Cu contents of slag can function as a proxy for the efficiency of the smelting technology, especially in comparative observations (less Cu reflects improved efficiency, assuming no change in ore quality), while other elements can reveal additional technological information (e.g., flux usage) [7, 8].


THammons: They have never sequenced the DNA of the ancient Judaeans/ Israelites.

Here is a interesting FACT that you may not be aware of. They have never sequenced the DNA of the ancient Judaeans/ Israelites. All studies done are on modern peoples claiming ancient Israelite ancestry. Until the ancient DNA of the Judaeans/Israelites are actually sequenced the so-called DNA studies used are just theories.
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http://digitalcommons.wayne.edu/humbiol/vol85/iss6/7/

Genetics and the Archaeology of Ancient Israel (2013)
Letter to the Editor
Aaron J. Brody, Badè Museum of Biblical Archaeology, Pacific School of Religion, Berkeley, CA
Roy J. King, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Stanford

Abstract
This letter is a call for DNA testing on ancient skeletal materials from the southern Levant to begin a database of genetic information of the inhabitants of this crossroads region. In this region, during the Iron I period traditionally dated to circa 1200–1000 BCE, archaeologists and biblical historians view the earliest presence of a group that called itself Israel. They lived in villages in the varied hill countries of the region, contemporary with urban settlements in the coastal plains, inland valleys, and central hill country attributed to varied indigenous groups collectively called Canaanite. The remnants of Egyptian imperial presence in the region lasted until around 1150 BCE, postdating the arrival of an immigrant group from the Aegean called the Philistines circa 1175 BCE. The period that follows in the southern Levant is marked by the development of territorial states throughout the region, circa 1000–800 BCE. These patrimonial kingdoms, including the United Kingdom of Israel and the divided kingdoms of northern Israel and Judah, coalesced varied peoples under central leadership and newly founded administrative and religious bureaucracies. Ancient DNA testing will give us a further refined understanding of the individuals who peopled the region of the southern Levant throughout its varied archaeological and historic periods and provide scientific data that will support, refute, or nuance our sociohistoric reconstruction of ancient group identities. These social identities may or may not map onto genetic data, but without sampling of ancient DNA we may never know. A database of ancient DNA will also allow for comparisons with modern DNA samples collected throughout the greater region and the Mediterranean littoral, giving a more robust understanding of the long historical trajectories of regional human genetics and the genetics of varied ancestral groups of today’s Jewish populations and other cultural groups in the modern Middle East and Mediterranean.
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2015:
This is a call for the need for DNA sampling on human skeletal materials from the region. Our hope is that testing ancient DNA will give us greater understanding of the peoples of the southern Levant, and scientific data regarding ancient groups and identities. A database of ancient DNA will also allow for comparisons with modern DNA samples collected throughout the greater region and the Mediterranean littoral, giving a better understanding of the long historical development of regional populations. But without sampling of ancient DNA we may never know.
The need to sample ancient human DNA also comes with a caveat regarding ancient human identities and fractious modern political and social situations throughout the region. We wish to stress that our reconstruction of ancient group identities through archaeology says nothing about modern political claims in the Middle East.
Today there remain legal and political impediments to gathering DNA samples from ancient skeletal materials uncovered in the modern state of Israel. In general, excavating or disturbing Jewish graves is considered immoral by ultra-Orthodox groups, who exert political pressure to ensure that state-funded construction projects, such as roadways and other public works, do not impact Jewish burials. Graves that cannot be avoided are typically excavated in a rushed manner, and skeletal materials are re-buried as quickly as possible with no time for analysis or sampling.
This is one reason there have been so few studies of ancient human DNA in the southern Levant. But obstructions within modern Israel do not negate the possibility of sampling remains housed in collections located outside of the region, or those of the Departments of Antiquities of the Palestinian Authority and the Kingdom of Jordan.

Map of the Southern Levant. Photograph courtesy of A. Brody.
Modern DNA analyses give an indication of what might be learned from ancient studies. They also reflect the outcome of population movements that began in during the Iron Age and earlier. Although many modern DNA studies using Y chromosome (which among other things determines sex) and autosomal genome markers (the 22 numbered pairs of chromosomes) have been published for Levantine, Arabian, Turkish and Jewish populations, DNA frequencies from existing groups may not necessarily reflect the ancient population structure of these regions. Multiple migrations and population movements, such as the Assyrian and Babylonian exiles, Phoenician and Greek colonization, Persian, Hellenistic, and Roman hegemony, immigration of Arabian populations during the initial stages of Islamic conquests, and the Crusades, may have had a profound effect on the distribution of both Y chromosome and autosomal markers.


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2016:
“Why the DNA of the ancient Judaeans has not being sequenced and settle the question of relatedness once and for all is a question that should be directed to Israeli archeologists. It is most unfortunate that the members of the general public have been mislead to believe (no doubt after paying a lot of money to DTC companies) that they are related to ancient figures without any shred of evidence.”
Responding to the criticism for Das et al. (2016)


Israel And Judah Map Today

Israel And Judah Map Today

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Map of the exodus and wilderness journey.

The kingdom of judah was an iron age kingdom of the southern levant.

Approximate map showing the kingdoms of israel (blue) and judah (orange), ancient southern levant borders and ancient cities.

For most of israel's history, there have been two kingdoms—judah and israel.

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The hebrew bible depicts it as the successor to the united monarchy.

Map of jesus' time showing areas ruled by pontius pilate (after herod archelaus), by herod antipas, and by philip.

The map says palestina and right under it, it says juda and israel, showing that.

After the death of king solomon, the kingdom was divided in two.

You can find additional maps by visiting the bible map section of our site.

Approximate map showing the kingdoms of israel (blue) and judah (orange), ancient southern levant borders and ancient cities such as urmomium and jerash.

Kingdoms of judah and israel map.

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Map of ancient israel and judah.

Map of the exodus and wilderness journey.

Israel and the disputed territories map.

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Though he started well, solomon disobeyed god and sowed the seeds of the future split of his kingdom.

Israeli airstrike kill three palestinian children in gaza at least nine palestinians including three children were killed today after an israeli airstrike targeted a group of civilians in beit hanoun, north of the gaza strip.

Israel west bank gaza strip and golan heights.

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Approximate map showing the kingdoms of israel (blue) and judah (orange), ancient southern levant borders and ancient cities.

Potentially dated to this period.

Map of the kingdoms of israel and judah in the old testament.

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After the death of king solomon, the kingdom was divided in two.

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The hebrew bible depicts it as the successor to the united monarchy.

The kingdom of israel has also been referred to as northern israel, house of joseph, ephraim and samaria.

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According to the bible, king david reigned over a large territory and his son solomon over an even larger one.

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The map shows the region in the 9th century bce.

Israel and the disputed territories map.

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Though the formal nation of israel ceased to exist for many years before you study any bible maps or atlases, it's important to understand how the nation we call israel was split, how it affected jesus' ministry, and.

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Source: upload.wikimedia.org

Approximate map showing the kingdoms of israel (blue) and judah (orange), ancient southern levant borders and ancient cities such as urmomium and jerash.

Source: www.conformingtojesus.com


Letter to the editor: Genetics and the archaeology of ancient Israel

This letter is a call for DNA testing on ancient skeletal materials from the southern Levant to begin a database of genetic information of the inhabitants of this crossroads region. In this region, during the Iron I period traditionally dated to circa 1200-1000 BCE, archaeologists and biblical historians view the earliest presence of a group that called itself Israel. They lived in villages in the varied hill countries of the region, contemporary with urban settlements in the coastal plains, inland valleys, and central hill country attributed to varied indigenous groups collectively called Canaanite. The remnants of Egyptian imperial presence in the region lasted until around 1150 BCE, postdating the arrival of an immigrant group from the Aegean called the Philistines circa 1175 BCE. The period that follows in the southern Levant is marked by the development of territorial states throughout the region, circa 1000-800 BCE. These patrimonial kingdoms, including the United Kingdom of Israel and the divided kingdoms of northern Israel and Judah, coalesced varied peoples under central leadership and newly founded administrative and religious bureaucracies. Ancient DNA testing will give us a further refined understanding of the individuals who peopled the region of the southern Levant throughout its varied archaeological and historic periods and provide scientific data that will support, refute, or nuance our sociohistoric reconstruction of ancient group identities. These social identities may or may not map onto genetic data, but without sampling of ancient DNA we may never know. A database of ancient DNA will also allow for comparisons with modern DNA samples collected throughout the greater region and the Mediterranean littoral, giving a more robust understanding of the long historical trajectories of regional human genetics and the genetics of varied ancestral groups of today's Jewish populations and other cultural groups in the modern Middle East and Mediterranean.

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A New Dawn: 50,000 BCE

A couple of things. I made a wiki! It's currently very barebones, with only 6 pages, but those pages already have the template for their respective categories that I would like to be used (i.e. religions should have mythology, then practices, then branches, then history). Iɽ like to make a team to add pages to the wiki, preferably those with good grammar and willing to write all the articles.

I'm also planning to take a week-long break at 30,000 BCE to let the wiki update and rest a bit from going through all the suggestions every day. Also, I'm hoping to categorize events into categories, the way that developments are categorized into politics, culture, and discoveries in this video to clean up the events. What categories should I use? (such as expansion, protoculture formation, etc.)

EDIT: Grammar
EDIT2: Clarification

Im game helping with the wiki

I'll help with this, always fun to further develops the world.

Would you be ok with removing the rest of the vignette effect? Makes it kind of hard to view the extremities and makes editing it (for my migration map thing) more difficult as filling colours which are on a gradient doesn't work well.

Would be happy to help with the wiki btw

Edit: also I think you missed Madagascar on the map

For the categories, I think expansion, technological advancements, protocultures forming and collapsing, religions forming and going extinct and I guess important leaders, when we get to those.

All I can think of for now.

50,000 BCE: Homo sapiens’ dominance would not be without resistance, and the remaining human species did just that. Will Homo sapiens truly be the ruler of this world, or will it have to be satisfied with Africa and Asia?

A New Dawn (inspired by Beginning) is a cooperative series, where you guys suggest an event that will be added into the next part. There are a few rules:

To control the quality of suggestions, I will only be accepting suggestions that are posted up to a day after the part is posted. I will then wait for a day or so, and only pick the suggestions that have 2 upvotes or more.

Parts will be separated by a number of years as seen here (subject to change):

200,000 BCE - 20,000 BCE - Every 10,000 years

20,000 BCE - 4,000 BCE - Every 1,000 years

4,000 BCE - 1,000 BCE - Every 100 years

1,000 BCE - 1,000 AD - Every 50 years

1,000 AD - 1,500 AD - Every 20 years

1,500 AD - 1,900 AD - Every 10 years

1,900 AD - present day - Every year

3. Unrealistic suggestions, such as "homo sapiens goes from africa to america immediately", "tribes go from unorganized people without a protoculture into a massive empire in a matter of years", etc, will not be accepted.

4. If there are conflicting suggestions, the more popular one will be picked.

5. For protocultures, cultures, and nations, if you want to create one, you must list down all the characteristics of that group and their location. Make sure that these characteristics make sense based on their region (for example, Egypt has shown to be sea-faring in this world, don’t make a proto-culture in that area that greatly fears the oceans)

6. Nations cannot develop agriculture until 20,000 BCE. They may invent a very rudimentary form after the formation of their proto-cultures, however.

7. Cultures can only be developed after agriculture. A civilization can only be formed after writing has been invented.

8. When splitting up protocultures or cultures, make sure there’s a difference between the protocultures and cultures. If they are essentially the same, they won’t be accepted.

9. We can change the different species of humans as well. For example, suggestions where the Neanderthals migrate or withdraw from a certain place will be accepted. Conflicts and interbreeding between these species are also allowed.

10. Only 1 human species will be allowed to evolve up to 20,000 BCE. I will only be permitting 1 subspecies per post until 20,000 BCE.

11. Be creative, go wild, and have fun.

Here’s a gdoc for all the details, including events and points of interest. Feel free to edit this:

If you have some questions (i.e. I missed your suggestions despite saying that I added them in), feel free to reply to this comment.

Thanks for all of your suggestions!

Edit: Errors in the map: The Nyekendte protoculture isn't fully filled in, Madagascar is not fully occupied, Homo neanderthalensis macaronesia is the correct spelling.


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