30,000 B.C. Cro-Magnon man is flourishing, moving from the Near East into Europe, lives by hunting and gathering. Cro-Magnon’s painted caves with drawings of the animals they killed.
25,000 B. C. Bering Strait is crossed by humans, connecting Asia to the Americas.
18,000 B.C. Clay pottery ware is created. Humans begin to use raw metals.
10,000 B.C. Humans make it to the southern most point of South America.
8,000 B.C. The Neolithic Revolution and an agriculture way of life is discovered in the Fertile Cresent/Middle Eastern area. Cows and sheep were domesticated and crops where manipulated and tended. (interesting fact: first domesticated dog ever was found in Idaho, USA 8400 BC).
7000 B.C. A great earthquake destroys the city of Jericho.
6,500 B.C. The oceans and sea’s rise, England is now cut off from Europe by land.
6000 B.C.. First beer is brewed from grain in the Near East.
5,500 B.C. First settled societies in the Mesopotamia region.
3,100 B.C. Egypt’s 1st Dynasty created by the joining of the upper and lower kingdoms of Egypt.
3,000 B.C. Bricks are used widely(and made by a fired process). First city-states are created, palaces are starting to be build. Temples are usually build at the center of the cities. There were large military campaigns by ethnic groups of people.