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History of Ancient Times Notebooking Pages

History of Ancient Times Notebooking Pages

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Notebooking pages for more than 200 ancient times historical topics. Available in both regular and primary-dashed line options.

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Notebooking pages for more than 200 ancient times historical topics. Available in both regular and primary-dashed line options.

  • 5-10 notebooking layouts for each topic
  • cover page for each region
  • primary-dashed and regular line options

Ancient civilizations and cultures included in this set:

  • Ancient Africa & Egypt
  • North, Central, and South Americas
  • China, India, and Japan
  • Greeks, Minoans, & Mycenaeans
  • Mesopotamia: Arabs, Assyrians, Babylonians, Canaanites, Hittites, Persians, Phoenicians, Sumerians
  • Romans, the Early Church, Barbarians, Celts, Scythians

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Includes topics for these Ancient Civilizations:

  • AFRICA & EGYPT
  • AMERICAS
  • CHINA, JAPAN, INDIA
  • GREEKS & MORE
  • MESOPOTAMIA
  • ROMANS & MORE

Ancient Africa

Axum Kingdom
Nok Civilization
Meroe Pyramids
Cave Painting
Farming
Trade

Ancient Egypt

Amenhotep IV
Cleopatra
Hatshepsut
Khufu
Menes
Ramesses II
Seti
Thutmose III
Tutankhamen
Sphinx & Great Pyramid
Farming & Daily Life
Funerals
Hieroglyphics
Monuments & Structures
Map of Egypt
Mummies
Pharaohs
Rosetta Stone
Ships & Boats
War
Egyptian Borders & Frames

North America

Arctic Tribes
Desert Tribes
Plain Tribes
Woodland Tribes
Mounds & The Great Serpent Mound
Mammoths

Central America

The Mayans
The Olmecs
Teotihuacan & Pyramids

South America

The Moche People

China

Confucius
Lao-Tse
Shi Huangdi
Great Wall of China
Bronze Vessels
Coins
Family Meals
Farming
Pottery
Scholars
Silkworms
War Chariot
Writing

Japan

Jomon
Haniwa
Huts

India

Asoka
Buddha / Siddhartha Gautama
Shiva
Ajanta Cave Temples
The Great Stupa at Sanchi
Elephants
Mohenjo-Daro
Artifacts

Greeks

Aesop
Alexander the Great
Archimedes
Aristotle
Artemis
Athena
Eratosthenes
Euclid
Herodotus
Hippocrates
Homer
Pericles
Phillip II of Macedonia
Plato
Plutarch
Pythagoras
Socrates
Spartans
Zeus
The Acropolis
Athens
Battle of Marathon
Battle of Salamis
Colossus of Rhodes
Olympics
Parthenon
Pharos of Alexandria
Piraeus
Statue of Zeus
Temple of Artemis
Architecture
Democracy
Drama
Gods/Goddesses
Greek Thinkers
Pottery
Ships
Soldiers
Wars

Minoans

Theseus & the Minotaur
Knossos Palace
Bull-leaping
The Double Axe
Frescoes
Goddesses
Homes
Pottery
Ships & Sailing

Mycenaeans

The Lion Gate
Tholos Tomb
The Trojan War
Cattle
Funeral Mask
Palace
Pottery
War

Arabs

Queen of Sheba
Tombs at Petra
Camels
Frankincense & Myrrh
Nomadic Life

Assyrians

Ashurbanipal
Ashurnasirpal II
Sennacherib
Library
Nineveh
Palace
King
Lion Hunting
War

Babylonians

Gilgamesh
Hammurabi
Ishtar
Kassites
Marduk
Nebuchadnezzar II
Babylon
Hanging Gardens
Ishtar Gate

Canaanites

Baal
Cedar Trees
Trade

Hittites

Teshub
The Lion Gate
War

Persians

King Cyrus II
King Darius I
King Xerxes
Zoroaster
Battle of Marathon
Battle of Salamis
The Great Hall at Persepolis
Mausoleum at Halicarnassus
Medes & Greeks

Phoenicians

Carthage
Murex Shells
Pottery
Ships
Trade & Sailing

Sumerians

Sargon of Akkad
Temple of Nanna
Cuneiform
Gold Dagger
Standard of Ur

Romans

Augustus Caesar
Caligula
Constantine
Diocletian
Domitian
Hadrian
Josephus
Julian I
Julius Caesar
Marc Antony
Marcus Aurelius
Nero
Pompey
Romulus
Shapur I
Stilicho
Tiberius
Titus
Trajan
Vespasian
Battle of Actium
The Coliseum
Constantinople
Fall of Rome
Pompeii
Punic Wars
The Roman Forum
Roman Roads
Aqueducts
Army
Bathhouse
Chariot Racing
Drama
Gladiators
Homes
Roman Republic
Temple

Early Christian Church

Ambrose
Athanasius
Augustine
Basil the Great
Benedict of Nursia
Chrystostom
Cyprian
Cyril of Alexandria
Eusebius
Gregory of Nazianzen
Gregory of Nyssa
Ignatius
Irenaeus
Jerome
Origen
Patrick
Polycarp
Theodosius
Valentine
First Council of Nicaea
Martyrs
Catacombs

Barbarians

Alaric the Visigoth
Attila the Hun
The Burgundians
The Franks
Genseric the Vandal
The Huns
Northern Germanic Tribes
The Vandals
The Visigoths
Fall of Rome

Celts

Boadicea
Crafts
Horse & Chariot
Warrior

Scythians

Art
Artifacts
Nomadic Life
Warriors

Stonehenge

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