Peoples of the world including nations and major groups of Western civilization, Asiatic peoples, African peoples, and American Indian peoples can used to examine antiquity. 

Peoples of the world can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC including the 30th century BC, 29th century BC, 28th century BC, 27th century BC, and 26th century BC. Asiatic peoples are best known in this period. They can be used to examine the late 3rd millennium BC including the 25th century BC, 24th century BC, 23rd century BC, 22nd century BC, and 21st century BC. Asiatic peoples continued to predominate in this period. Peoples can be used to examine the early 2nd millennium BC including the 20th century BC, 19th century BC, 18th century BC, 17th century BC, and 16th century BC. Asiatic peoples continued to predominate in this period, although European peoples began to develop. Peoples can be used to examine the late 2nd millennium BC including the 15th century BC, 14th century BC, 13th century BC, 12th century BC, and 11th century BC. Asiatic peoples continued to predominate in this period, although European peoples also developed. Peoples can be used to examine the early 1st millennium BC including the 10th century BC, 9th century BC, 8th century BC, 7th century BC, and 6th century BC. Asiatic peoples continued to predominate in this period, although European peoples also began to develop written history.
Nations such as Reunion, Guyana; Comoros, Bhutan, Equatorial Guinea, and Montenegro can be examined for connection to the early 3rd millennium BC including the 30th century BC, 29th century BC, 28th century BC, 27th century BC, and 26th century BC; the late 3rd millennium BC including the 25th century BC, 24th century BC, 23rd century BC, 22nd century BC, and 21st century BC; the early 2nd millennium BC including the 20th century BC, 19th century BC, 18th century BC, 17th century BC, and 16th century BC; the late 2nd millennium BC including the 15th century BC, 15th century BC, 13th century BC, 12th century BC, and 11th century BC; and early 1st millennium BC including the 10th century BC, 9th century BC, 8th century BC, 7th century BC, and 6th century BC. Not all of them existed during this period.
Asiatic peoples including Middle Eastern peoples such as Mesopotamian, Egyptian, Levantine, Turkish, Persian, Arabian, and North African peoples; South Asian peoples, Central Asian peoples, Oriental peoples, and Southeast Asian and Oceanic peoples can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC including the 30th century BC, 29th century BC, 28th century BC, 27th century BC, and 26th century BC; the late 3rd millennium BC including the 25th century BC, 24th century BC, 23rd century BC, 22nd century BC, and 21st century BC; the early 2nd millennium BC including the 20th century BC, 19th century BC, 18th century BC, 17th century BC, and 16th century BC; the late 2nd millennium BC including the 15th century BC, 15th century BC, 13th century BC, 12th century BC, and 11th century BC; and early 1st millennium BC including the 10th century BC, 9th century BC, 8th century BC, 7th century BC, and 6th century BC.
European peoples including Balkan peoples, Latin peoples, Northeast European peoples, Scandinavian peoples, Germanic peoples, and Anglic peoples can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC including the 30th century BC, 29th century BC, 28th century BC, 27th century BC, and 26th century,; the late 3rd millennium BC including the 25th century BC, 24th century BC, 23rd century BC, 22nd century BC, and 21st century BC; the early 2nd millennium BC including the 20th century BC, 19th century BC, 18th century BC, 17th century BC, and 16th century BC; the late 2nd millennium BC including the 15th century BC, 14th century BC, 13th century BC, 12th century BC, and 11th century BC; and the early 1st millennium BC including the 10th century BC, 9th century BC, 8th century BC, 7th century BC, and 6th century BC although they were comparatively poorly developed and are not well known.
African peoples including East African peoples, West African peoples, Central African peoples, and Southern African peoples can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC including the 30th century BC, 29th century BC, 28th century BC, 27th century BC, and 26th century BC; the late 3rd millennium BC including the 25th century BC, 24th century BC, 23rd century BC, 22nd century BC, and 21st century BC; the early 2nd millennium BC including the 20th century BC, 19th century BC, 18th century BC, 17th century BC, and 16th century BC; the late 2nd millennium BC including the 15th century BC, 14th century BC, 13th century BC, 12th century BC, and 11th century BC; and early 1st millennium BC including the 10th century BC, 9th century BC, 8th century BC, 7th century BC, and 6th century BC. These peoples were not well known in antiquity. Djibouti can be connected.
East African peoples including Northern East African, Central East African peoples, and Interior East African peoples can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC including the 30th century BC, 29th century BC, 28th century BC, 27th century BC, and 26th century BC; the late 3rd millennium BC including the 25th century BC, 24th century BC, 23rd century BC, 22nd century BC, and 21st century BC; the early 2nd millennium BC including the 20th century BC, 19th century BC, 18th century BC, 17th century BC, and 16th century BC; the and late 2nd millennium BC including the 15th century BC, 14th century BC, 13th cenury BC, 12th century BC, and 11th century BC; and the early 1st millennium BC including the 10th century BC, 9th century BC, 8th century BC, 7th century BC, and 6th century BC. Little is know of them in antiquity. Eritrea can be connected.
Northern East African peoples such as those of Ethiopia can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC, late 3rd millennium BC, early 2nd millennium BC, late 2nd millennium BC, and early 1st millennium BC. Somalia can be connected.
Ethiopia can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC including the 30th century BC, 29th century BC, 28th century BC, 27th century BC, and 26th century BC; the late 3rd millennium BC including the 25th century BC, 24th century BC, 23rd century BC, 22nd century BC, and 21st century BC; the early 2nd millennium BC including the 20th century BC, 19th century BC, 18th century BC, 17th century BC, and 16th century BC; the late 2nd millennium BC including the 15th century BC, 14th century BC, 13th century BC, 12th century BC, and 11th century BC; and early 1st millennium BC including the 10th century BC, 9th century BC, 8th century BC, 7th century BC, and 6th century BC.
Central East African peoples such as those of Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, and Rwanda can be used to examine the early 2nd millennium BC, late 2nd millennium BC and early 1st millennium BC. Burundi can be connected.
Tanzania can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC, late 3rd millennium BC, early 2nd millennium BC, late 2nd millennium BC, and early 1st millennium BC. Kenya can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC, late 3rd millennium BC, early 2nd millennium BC, late 2nd millennium BC, and early 1st millennium BC. Uganda can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC, late 3rd millennium BC, early 2nd millennium BC, late 2nd millennium BC, and early 1st millennium BC. Rwanda can be connected.
Interior East African peoples such as those of Sudan and Chad can be connected. South Sudan can be connected.
Sudan can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC, late 3rd millennium BC, early 2nd millennium BC, late 2nd millennium BC and early 1st millennium BC. Chad can be connected.
West African peoples including Southern Coastal West African peoples, Interior West African peoples, and Western Coastal West African peoples can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC including the 30th century BC, 29th century BC, 28th century BC, 27th century BC, and 26th century BC; the late 3rd millenium BC including the 25th century BC, 24th century BC, 23rd century BC, 22nd century BC, and 21st century BC; the early 2nd millennium BC including the 20th century BC, 19th century BC, 18th century BC, 17th century BC, and 16th century BC; the late 2nd millennium BC including the 15th century BC, 14th century BC, 13th century BC, 12th century BC, and 11th century BC; and the early 1st millennium BC including the 10th century BC, 9th century BC, 8th century BC, 7th century BC, and 6th century BC. Comparatively little is known of these peoples in antiquity. GuineaBissau can be connected.
Southern Coastal West African peoples such as those of Nigeria, Ghana, Côte d'Ivoire, and Benin can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC, late 3rd millennium BC, early 2nd millennium BC, late 2nd millennium Bc, and early 1st millennium BC. Togo can be connected.
Nigeria can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC including the 30th century BC, 29th century BC, 28th century BC, 27th century BC, and 26th century BC; the late 3rd millennium BC including the 25th century BC, 24th century BC, 23rd century BC, 22nd century BC, and 21st century BC; the early 2nd millennium BC including the 20th century BC, 19th century BC, 18th century BC, 17th century BC, and 16th century BC; the late 2nd millennium BC including the 15th century BC, 14th century BC, 13th century BC, 12th century BC, and 11th century BC; and early 1st millennium BC including the 10th century BC, 9th century BC, 8th century BC, 7th century BC, and 6th century BC. Little is known of Nigeria in antiquity.
Ghana can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC, late 3rd millennium BC, early 2nd millennium BC, late 2nd millennium BC, and early 1st millennium BC.
Côte d'Ivoire can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC, late 3rd millennium BC, early 2nd millennium BC, late 2nd millennium BC, and early 1st millennium BC.
Benin can be connected.
Interior West African peoples such as those of Niger and Burkina Faso can be connected. Mali can be connected.
Niger can be connected. Burkina Faso can be connected.
Western Coastal West African peoples such as those of Senegal, Guinea, Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Mauritania can be connected. Gambia, can be connected. Senegal can be connected. Guinea can be connected. Sierra Leone can be connected. Liberia can be connected. Mauritania can be connected.
Central African peoples such as those of Congo DR, Anglola, Cameroon, the Central African Republic, and the Republic of Gongo can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC, late 3rd millennium BC, early 2nd millennium BC, late 2nd millennium BC, and early 1st millennium BC. Gabon can be connected.
Congo DR can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC including the 30th century BC, 29th century BC, 28th century BC, 27th century BC, and 26th century BC; the late 3rd millennium BC including the 25th century BC, 24th century BC, 23rd century BC, 22nd century BC, and 21st century BC; the early 2nd millennium BC including the 20th century BC, 19th century BC, 18th century BC, 17th century BC, and 16th century BC; the late 2nd millennium BC including the 15th century BC, 14th century BC, 13th century BC, 12th century BC, and 11th century BC; and the early 1st millennium BC including the 10th century BC, 9th century BC, 8th century BC, 7th century BC, and 6th century BC.
Angola can be connected. Cameroon can be connected. The Central African Republic can be connected. Congo (Rep) can be connected.
Southern African peoples such as those of South Africa, Mozambique, Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Lesotho, and Botswana can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC, late 3rd millennium BC, early 2nd millennium BC, late 2nd millenium BC, and early 1st millennium BC. Swaziland can be connected.
South Africa can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC, late 3rd millennium BC, early 2nd millennium BC, late 2nd millennium BC, and early 1st millennium BC. Mozambique can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC, late 3rd millennium BC, early 2nd millennium BC, late 2nd millennium BC, and early 1st millennium BC. Malawi can be connected. Zambia can be connected. Zimbabwe can be connected. Namibia can be connected. Lesotho can be connected. Botswana can be connected.
American Indian peoples including Middle American Indian peoples, South American Indian peoples, and North American Indian peoples can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC including the 30th century BC, 29th century BC, 28th century BC, 27th century BC, and 26th century BC; the late 3rd millennium BC including the 25th century BC, 24th century BC, 23rd century BC, 22nd century BC, and 21st century BC; the early 2nd millennium BC including the 20th century BC, 19th century BC, 18th century BC, 17th century BC, ang 16th century BC; the late 2nd millennium BC including the 15th century BC, 14th century BC, 13th century BC, 12th century BC, and 11th century BC; and the early 1st millennium BC including the 10th century BC, 9th century BC, 8th century BC, 7th century BC, and 6th century BC. These peoples were not well known in antiquity. Trinidad and Tobago can be connected.
Middle American Indian peoples including MesoAmerican peoples, Caribbean peoples, and Southwestern American Indian peoples can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC including the 30th century BC, 29th century BC, 28th century BC, 27th century BC, and 26th century BC; the late 3rd millennium BC including the 25th century BC, 24th century BC, 23rd century BC, 22nd century BC, and 21st century BC: the early 2nd millennium BC including the 20th century BC, 19th century BC, 18th century BC, 17th century BC, and 16th century BC; the late 2nd millennium BC including the 15th century BC, 14th century BC, 13th century BC, 12th century BC, and 11th century BC; and the early 1st millennium BC including the 10th century BC, 9th century BC, 8th century BC, 7th century BC, and 16th century BC. Jamaica can be connected.
Mesoamerican peoples such as those of Mexico and Guatemala can be connected. Honduras can be connected.
Mexico can be connected. Guatemala can be connected.
Southwestern American Indian peoples including those of the southwestern United States can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC, late 3rd millennium BC, early 2nd millennium BC, late 2nd millennium BC, and early 1st millennium BC. Northern Mexico can be connected. What is now the southwestern United States can be connected.
Caribbean peoples such as those of Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Honduras, El Ealvador, Nicaragua, and Costa Rica can be connected. Puerto Rico can be connected.
Caribbean South American Indian peoples such as those of Colombia and Venezuela can be connected. Panama can be connected.
Colombia can be connected. Venezuela can be connected.
Caribbean Island peoples such as those of Cuba and the Dominican Reublic can be connected. Haiti can be connected.
Cuba can be connected. The Dominican Republic can be connected.
Central American Indian peoples such as those of Nicaragua and Costa Rica can be connected. El Salvador can be connected.
Nicaragua can be connected. Costa Rica can be connected.
South American Indian peoples including Andean peoples, Amazonian peoples, and Cono/Southern American Indian peoples can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC including the 30th century BC, 29th century BC, 28th century BC, 27th century BC, and 26th century BC; the late 3rd millennium BC including the 25th century BC, 24th century BC, 23rd century BC, 22nd century BC, and 21st century BC; the early 2nd millennium BC including the 20th century BC, 19th century BC, 18th century BC, 17th century BC, and 16th century BC; the late 2nd millennium BC including the 15th century BC, 14th century BC, 13th century BC, 12th century BC, and 11th century BC; and the early 1st millennium BC including the 10th century BC, 9th century BC, 8th century BC, 7th century BC, and 6th century BC. What is now Uruguay can be connected.
Andean peoples such as those of Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Chile, and Argentina can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC, late 3rd millennium BC, early 2nd millennium BC, late 2nd millennium BC, and early 1st millennium BC. Bolivia can be connected.
Peru can be connected. Ecuador can be connected. Colombia can be connected. Chile can be connected. Argentina can be connected.
Amazonian peoples such as those of Brazil, Bolivia, Venezuela, and Argentina can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC, late 3rd millennium BC, early 2nd millennium BC, late 2nd millennium BC, and early 1st millennium BC. Paraguay can be connected.
Brazil can be connected. Venezuela can be connected. Argentina can be connected. Bolivia can be connected.
Cono/South American peoples such as those of Argentina can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC, late 3rd millennium BC, early 2nd millennium BC, late 2nd millennium BC, and early 1st millennium BC. Chile can be connected.
Argentina can be connected.
North American Indian peoples including Eastern North American Indian and Western North American Indian peoples can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC including the 30th century BC, 29th century BC, 28th century BC, 27th century BC, and 26th century BC; the late 3rd millennium BC including the 25th century BC, 24th century BC, 23rd century BC, 22nd century BC, and 21st century BC; the early 2nd millennium BC including the 20th century BC, 19th century BC, 18th century BC, 17th century BC, and 16th century BC; the late 2nd millennium BC including the 15th century BC, 14th century BC, 13th century BC, 12th century BC, and 11th century BC; and early 1st millennium BC including the 10th century BC, 9th century BC, 8th century BC, 7th century BC, and 6th century BC. Peoples of what is now Canada can be connected.
Eastern North American Indian peoples such as those of the eastern United States can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC, late 3rd millennium BC, early 2nd millennium BC, and early 1st millennium BC can be connected.
Western North American Indian peoples such as those of the western United States can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC, late 3rd millennium BC, early 2nd millennium BC, and early 1st millennium BC can be connected.
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Created 9 June 2014 Last updated 14 Aug 2017