History of Institutions

History including prehistory, antiquity, classical and medieval history, modern history, and the future can be used to examine institutions.

   

History

History can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, government structure, and law; economics including economic systems, industries, and economic activity; education including schools, educational organization, cultural institutions, teaching, and research; and family studies including particular families, kinship, parenting, and marriage.

Prehistory

Prehistory including early prehistory, middle prehistory, and late prehistory can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, government structure, and law; economics including economic systems, industries, and economic activity; education including schools, educational organization, cultural institutions, teaching, and research; and family studies including particular families, kinship, parenting, and marriage. The evidence for most of these is largely indirect.

Early prehistory

Early prehistory including Pliocene prehistory, early Pleistocene prehistory, early mid Pliestocene prehistory, mid Pleistocene prehistory, and late mid Pleistocene prehistory can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, government structure, and law; economics including economic systems, industries, and economic activity, education including schools, educational organization, cultural institutions, teaching, and research; and family studies including particular families, kinship, parenting, and marriage, although the evidence is scanty and indirect.

Pliocene prehistory can be used to examine religion, government, economics, education, and family studies. Early Pleistocene prehistory can be used to examine religion, government, economics, education, and family studies. Early mid Pleistocene prehistory can be used to examine religioon, government, economics, education, and families. Mid Pleistocene prehistory can be used to examine religion, government, economics, education, and families. Late mid Pleistocene prehistory can be used to examine religion, government, economics, education, and families.

Middle prehistory

Middle prehistory including the 5th decamillennium BP, 4th decamillennium BP, 3rd decamillennium BP, and 2nd decamillennium BP can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religious practice, and religous belief; government including particular governments, government activity, government structure, and law; economics including economic systems, industries, and economic activity; education including schools, educational organization, cultural institutions, teaching, and research; and families including particular families, kinship, parenting and marriage, although the evidence is scanty and indirect.

The 5th decamillennium BP including the early 5th decamillennium BP, early mid 5th decamillennium BP, mid 5th decamillennium BP, late mid 5th decamillennium BP, and late 5th decamillennium BP can be used to examine religion, government, economics, education, and families. The 4th decamillennium BP including the early 4th decamillennium BP, early mid 4th decamillennium BP, mid 4th decamillennium BP, late mid 4th decamillennium BP, and late 4th decamillennium BP can be used to examine religion, government, economics, education, and families. The 3rd decamillennium BP including the early 3rd decamillennium BP, early mid 3rd decamillennium BP, mid 3rd decamillennium BP, late mid 3rd decamillennium BP, and late 3rd decamillennium BP can be used to examine religion, government, economics, education, and families. The 2nd decamillennium BP including the early 2nd decamillennium BP, early mid 2nd decamillennium BP, mid 2nd decamillennium BP, late mid 2nd decamillennium BP, and late 2nd decamillennium BP can be used to examine religion, government, economics, education, and families.

Late prehistory

Late prehistory including the 8th millennium BC, 7th millennium BC, 6th millennium BC, 5th millennium BC, and 4th millennium BC can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religious practice, and religous belief; government including particular governments, government activity, government structure, and law; economics including economic systems, industries, and economic activity; education including schools, educational organization, cultural institutions, teaching, and research; and families including particular families, kinship, parenting and marriage, although the evidence is scanty and indirect.

The 8th millennium BC including the early 8th millennium BC, early mid 8th millennium BC, mid 8th millennium BC, late mid 8th millennium BC, and late 8th millennium BC can be used to examine religion, government, economics, education, and families. The 7th millennium BC including the early 7th millennium BC, mid 7th millennium BC, late mid 7th millennium BC, and late 7th millenniumn BC can be used to examine religion, government, economics, education, and families. The 6th millennium BC including the early 6th millennium BC, early mid 6th millennium BC, mid 6th millennium BC, late mid 6th millennium BC, and late 6th millennium BC can be used to examine religion, government, economics, education, and families. The 5th millennium BC including the early 5th millennium BC, mid 5th millennium BC, late mid 5th millennium BC, and late 5th millennium BC can be used to examine religion, government, economics, education, and families. The 4th millennium BC including the early 4th millennium BC, early mid 4th millennium BC, mid 4th millennium BC, late mid 4th millennium BC, and late 4th millennium BC can be used to examine religion, government, economics, education, and families.

Antiquity

Antiquity including the early 3rd millennium BC, late 3rd millennium BC, early 2nd millennium BC, late 2nd millennium BC, and early 1st millennium BC can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religous organization, religous practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, government structure, and law; economics including economic systems, industries, and economic activity; education including schools, educational organization, cultural institutions, teaching and research; and family studies including particular families, kinship, parenting, and marriage.

Early 3rd millennium BC

The early 3rd millennium BC including the 30th century BC, 29th century BC, 28th century BC, 27th century BC, and 26th century BC can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, government structure, and law; economics including economic systems, industries, and economic activity; education including schools, educational organization, cultural institutions, teaching, and research; and family studies including particular families, kinship, parenting, and marriage.

The 30th century BC including the early 30th century BC, early mid 30th century BC, mid 30th century BC, late mid 30th century BC, and late mid 30th century BC can be used to examine religion, govenmment, economics, education, and families. The 29th century BC including the early 29th century BC, early mid 29th century BC, mid 29th century BC, late mid 29th century BC, and late 29th century BC can be used to examine religion, government, economics, education, and families. The 28th century BC including the early 28th century BC, early mid 28th century BC, mid 28th century BC, late mid 28th century BC, and late 28th century BC can be used to examine religion, govenment, economics, education, and families. The 27th century BC including the early 27th century BC, early mid 27th century BC, mid 27th century BC, late mid 27th century BC, and late 27th century BC can be used to examine religion, government, economics, education, and families. The 26th century BC including the early 26th century BC, early mid 26th century BC, mid 26th century BC, late mid 26th century BC, and late 26th century BC can be used to examine religion, government, economics, education, and families.

Late 3rd millennium BC

The late 3rd millennium BC including the 25th century BC, 24th century BC, 23rd century BC, 22nd century BC, and 21st century BC can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, government structure, and law; economics including economic systems, industries, and economic activity; education including schools, educational organization, cultural institutions, teaching, and research; and family studies including particular families, kinship, parenting, and marriage.

The 25th century BC including the early 25th century BC, early mid 25th century BC, mid 25th century BC, late mid 25th century BC, and late 25th century BC can be used to examine religion, government, economics, education, and families. The 24th century BC including the early 24th century BC, early mid 24th century BC, mid 24th century BC, late mid 24th century BC, and late 24th century BC can be used to examine religion, government, economics, education, and families. The 23rd century BC including the early 23rd century BC, early mid 23rd century BC, mid 23rd century BC, late mid 23rd century BC, and late 23rd century BC can be used to examine religion, govenment, economics, education, and families. The 22nd century BC including the early 22nd century BC, early mid 22nd century BC, mid 22nd century BC, late mid 22nd century BC, and late 22nc century BC can be used to examine religion, government, economics, education, and families. The 21st century BC including the early 21st century BC, early mid 21st century BC, mid 21st century BC, late mid 21st century, and late 21st century BC can be used to examine religion, government, economics, education, and families.

Early 2nd millennium BC

The early 2nd millennium BC including the 20th century BC, 19th century BC, 18th century BC, 17th century BC, and 16th century BC can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, government structure, and law; economics including economic systems, industries, and economic activity; education including schools, educational organization, cultural institutions, teaching, and research; and family studies including particular families, kinship, parenting, and marriage.

The 20th century BC including the early 20th century BC, early mid 20th century BC, mid 20th century BC, late mid 20th century BC, and late 20th century BC can be usd to examine religion, government, economics, education, and families. The 19th century including the early 19th century, early mid 19th century, mid 19th century, late mid 19th century, and late 19th century can be used to examine religion, government, economics, education, and families. The 18th century BC including the early 18th century BC, early mid 18th century BC, mid 18th centuy BC, late mid 18th century BC, and late 18th century BC can be used to examine religion, government, economics, education, and families. The 17th century BC including the early 17th century BC, early mid 17th century BC, mid 17th century BC, late mid 17th century BC, and late 17th century BC can be used to examine religion, government, economics, education, and families. The 16th century BC including the early 16th century BC, early mid 16th century BC, mid 16th century BC, late mid 16th century BC, and late 16th century BC can be used to examine religion, government, economics, education, and families.

Late 2nd millennium BC

The late 2nd millennium BC including the 15th century BC, 14th century BC, 13th century BC, 12th century BC, and 11th century BC can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, government structure, and law; economics including economic systems, industries, and economic activity; education including schools, educational organization, cultural institutions, teaching, and research; and family studies including particular families, kinship, parenting, and marriage.

The 15th century BC including the early 15th century BC, early mid 15th century BC, mid 15th century BC, late mid 15th century BC, and late 15th century BC can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religous organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments; economics, education, and families.

The 14th century BC including the early 14th century BC, early mid 14th century BC, mid 14th century BC, late mid 14th century BC, and late 14th century BC can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religous organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments and government activity; economics, education, and families.

The 13th century BC including the early 13th century BC, early mid 13th century BC, mid 13th century BC, late mid 13th century BC, and late 13th century BC can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religous organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments and government activity; economics, education, and families.

The 12th century BC including the early 12th century BC, early mid 12th century BC, mid 12th century BC, late mid 12th century BC, and late 12th century BC can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religous organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments and government activity; economics, education, and families.

The 11th century BC including the early 11th century BC, early mid 11th century BC, mid 11th century BC, late mid 11th century BC, and late 11th century BC can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religous organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments and government activity; economics, education, and families.

Early 1st millennium BC

The early 1st millennium BC including the 10th century BC, 9th century BC, 8th century BC, 7th century BC, and 6th century can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, government structure, and law; economics including economic systems, industries, and economic activity; education including schools, educational organization, cultural institutions, teaching, and research; and family studies including particular families, kinship, parenting, and marriage.

The 10th century BC including the early 10th century BC, early mid 10th century BC, mid 10th century BC, late mid 10th century BC, and late 10th century BC can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religous organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments and government activity; economics, education, and families.

The 9th century BC including the early 9th century BC, early mid 19th century BC, mid 9th century BC, late mid 9th century BC, and late 9th century BC can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religous organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments and government activity; economics, education, and families.

The 8th century BC including the early 8th century BC, early mid 8th century BC, mid 18th century BC, late mid 8th century BC, and late 8th century BC can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religous organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments and government activity; economics, education, and families.

The 7th century BC including the early 7th century BC, early mid 7th century BC, mid 7th century BC, late mid 7th century BC, and late 7th century BC can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religous organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments and government activity; economics, education, and families.

The 6th century BC including the early 6th century BC, early mid 6th century BC, mid 6th century BC, late mid 6th century BC, and late 6th century BC can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religous organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments and government activity; economics, education, and families.

Classical and medieval history

Classical and medieval history including early classical, late classical, early medieval, and late medieval history can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, government structure, and law; economics including economic systems, industries, and economic activity; education including schools, educational organization, cultural institutions, teaching, and research; and family studies including particular families, kinship, parenting, and marriage.

Modern history

Modern history including the 16th century, 17th century, 18th century, 19th century, and 20th century including the early 20th century, early mid 20th century, mid 20th century, late mid 20th century, late 20th century, and early 21st century can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, government structure, and law; economics including economic systems, industries, and economic activity; education including schools, educational organization, cultural institutions, teaching, and research; and family studies including particular families, kinship, parenting, and marriage.

Future

The future including the middle future and far future can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, government structure, and law; economics including economic systems, industries, and economic activity; education including schools, educational organization, cultural institutions, teaching, and research; and family studies including particular families, kinship, parenting, and marriage.

Near future

The near future including next month, next quarter, next year, and the next 5 years can be used to examine religion, government, economics, and education.

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Created 9 July 2013 Last updated 7 Aug 2017