Antiquity Applied to Sociology

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 sociology.

   

Antiquity

History can be used to examine peoples of the world. Some written records exist for Asiatic peoples, which are the most easily examined. European peoples, African peoples, and American Indian peoples must largely be examined using archaeological methods. Antiquity can be used to examine communities, some of which can be traced back this far. Antiquity can also be used to examine social change including stone age developments, the agricultural revolution, and agrarian developments, social change factors and social change processes; social types including agrarian societies; horticultural societies, and hunting and gathering socities; and social structure including community and regional structure, class structure, institutional structure, cultural structure, and anthropological structure.

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 peoples of the world. Asiatic peoples have some written records. Developments among European peoples, African peoples, and American Indian peoples must be examined using archaeological methods. Few if any of the large modern cities of the world can be traced this far. Social change can be examined. Stone age developments began to include extinction. The agricultural revolution spread, and agrarian developments included the development of urban literate societies. Social chane factors and social change processes can be connected. Social types including agrarian societies, horticultural societies, and hunting and gathering societies can be used to examine this period. Social structure including community and regional structure, class structure, institutional structure, cultural structure, and anthropological structure can be applied.

30th century BC

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 30th century BC can be used to examine peoples of the world including Asian, European, African, and American Indian peoples. It can be used to examine a few communities. It can be used to examine social mechanics, It can be used to examine social change including particular changes and movements, social change factors, and social change processes. It can be used to examine social types including agrarian, horticultural, and hunting and gathering societies. It can be used to examine and social structure including community and regional structure.

29th century BC

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 peoples of the world including Asian, European, African, and American Indian peoples. It can also be used to examine a few communities. It can b used to examine social mechanics. It can be used to examine social change including particular changes and movements, social change factors, and social change processes. It can be used to examine social types including agrarian, horticultural, and hunting and gathering societies. It can be used to examine social structure including community and regional structure.

28th century BC

The 28th century BC including the early 28th century BC, early mid 28th century BC, mid 28th century, late mid 28th century, and late 28th century can be used to examine peoples of the world including Asian, European, African, and American Indian peoples. It can be used to examine a few communities. It can be used to examine social mechanics. It can be used to examine social change including particular changes and movements, social change factors, and social change processes. It can be used to examine social types including agrarian, horticultural, and hunting and gathering societies. It can be used to examine social structure including community and regional structure.

27th century BC

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 peoples of the world including Asian, European, African, and American Indian peoples. It can be used to examine a few communities. It can also be used to examine social mechanics. It can be used to examine social change including particular changes and movements, social change factors, and social change processes. It can be used to examine social types including agrarian, horticultural, and hunting and gathering societies. It can be used to examine social structure including community and regional structure.

26th century BC

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 peoples of the world including Asian, European, African, and American Indian peoples. It can be used to examine a few communities. It can also be used to examine social mechanics. It can be used to examine social change including particular changes and movements, social change factors, and social change processes. It can be used to examine social types including agrarian, horticultural, and hunting and gathering societies. It can be used to examine social structure including community and regional structure.

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 peoples of the world. Asiatic peoples have more written records. Western Civilization, African peoples, and American Indian peoples must be examined using archaeological methods. Communities were significant, although few of the large modern cities of the world can be traced this far. Social change can be examined. Stone age developments began to include their extinction. The agricultural revolution continued to spread, and agrarian developments included further development of urban literate societies. Social change factors and social change processes can be connectd. Social types including agrarian society, horticultural society, and hunting and gathering societies can be used to examine this period. Social structure including community and regional structure, class structure, institutional structure, cultural structure, and anthropological structure can also be applied.

25th century BC

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 peoples of the world including Asian, European, African, and American Indian peoples. Communities can be considered, although few of the large modern cities of the world can be traced back this far. This can be used to examine social mechanics. It can be used to examine social change including particular changes and movements, social change factors, and social change processes. It can be used to examine social types including agrarian societies, horticultural socities, and hunting and gathering societies. It can be used to examine social structure including community and regional structure.

24th century BC

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 peoples of the world including Asian, European, African, and American Indian peoples. It can be used to examine communities, although few of the large modern cities of the world can be traced back this far. It can be used to examine social mechanics. It can be used to examine social change including particular changes and movements, social change factors, and social change processes. It can be used to examine social types including agrarian, horticultural, and hunting and gathering societies. It can be used to examine social structure including community and regional structure.

23rd century BC

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 peoples of the world including Asian, European, African, and American Indian peoples. It can be used to examine communities, although few of the large modern cities of the world can be traced back this far. It can be used to examine social mechanics. It can be used to examine social change including particular changes and movementns, social change factors, and social change processes. It can be used to examine social types including agrarian, horticultural, and hunting and gathering societies. It can be used to examine social structure including community and regional structure.

22nd century BC

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 22nd century BC can be used to examine peoples of the world including Asian, European, African, and American Indian peoples. It can be used to examine communities, although few of the large modern cities of the world can be traced back this far. It can be used to examine social mechanics. It can be used to examine social change including particular changes and movementns, social change factors, and social change processes. It can be used to examine social types including agrarian, horticultural, and hunting and gathering societies. It can be used to examine social structure including community and regional structure.

21st century BC

The 21st century BC including the early 21st century BC, early mid 21st century BC, mid 21st century BC, late mid 21st century BC, and late 21st century BC can be used to examine peoples of the world including Asian, European, African, and American Indian peoples. It can be used to examine commmunities, although few of the large modern cities of the world can be traced back this far. It can be used to examine social mechanics. It can be used to examine social change including particular changes and movemens, social change factors, and social change processes. It can be used to examine social ypes including agrarian, horticultural, and hunting and gathering societies. It can be used to examine social structure including community and regional structure.

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 peoples of the world. Asiatic peoples have some written records. Western Civilization, African peoples, and American Indian peoples must be examined using archaeological methods. Communities were significant, although few of the large modern cities of the world can be traced this far. Stone age developments began to include their extinction. The agricultural revolution continued to spread, and agrarian developments included further development of urban literate societies. Socia change factors and social change processes can be connected. Social types including agrarian society, horticultural society, and hunting and gathering society and social structure including community and regional structure, class structure, institutional structure, cultural structure, and anthropological can be examined.

20th century BC

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 used to examine peoples of the world including Asiatic peoples, European peoples, African peoples, and American Indian peoples. It can also be used to examine communities. It can be used to examine social mechanics. It can be used to examine social change including particular changes and movements, social change factors, and social change processes; social types including agrarian, horticultural, and hunting and gathering societies; and social structure including community and regional structure.

19th century BC

The 19th century including the early 19th century BC, early mid 19th century BC, mid 19th century BC, late mid 19th century BC, and late 19th century BC can be used to examine peoples of the world including Asiatic peoples, European peoples, African peoples, and American Indian peoples. It can also be used to examine communities. It can also be used to examine social mechanics. It can be used to examine social change including particular changes and movments, social change factors, and social change processes; social types including agrarian, horticultural, and hunting and gathering societies; and social structure including community and regional structure.

18th century BC

The 18th century including the early 18th century BC, early mid 18th century BC, mid 18th century BC, late mid 18th century BC, and late 18th century BC can be used to examine peoples of the world including Asiatic peoples, European peoples, African peoples, and American Indian peoples. It can also be used to examine communities. It can be used to examine social mechanics. It can be used to examine social change including particular changes and movement, social change factors, and social change processes; social types including agrarian, horticultural, and hunting and gathering societies; and social structure including community and regional structure.

17th century BC

The 17th century BC including the early 17th century BC, early mid 7th century BC, mid 17th century BC, late mid 17th century BC, and late 17th century BC can be used to examine peoples of the world including Asiatic, European, African, and American Indian peoples. It can also be used to examine communities. It can be used to examine social mechanics. It can be used to examine social change including particular changes and movement, social change factors, and social change processes; social types including agrarian, horticultural, and hunting and gathering societies; and social structure including community and regional structure.

16th century BC

The 16th century 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 peoples of the world including Asiatic, European, African, and American Indian peoples. It can also be used to examine communities. It can be used to examine social mechanics. It can be used to examine social change including particular changes and movement, social change factors, and social change processes; social types including agrarian, horticultural, and hunting and gathering societies; and social structure including community and regional structure.

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 peoples of the world. Asiatic peoples have some written records. Western Civilization, African peoples, and American Indian peoples must be examine mostly using archaeological methods. Communities were significant although few of the large modern cities of the world can be traced back this far. Stone age developments began to include their extinction. The agricultural revolution continued to spread, and agrarian developments included further development of urban literate societies. Social change processes and social change factors can be connected. Social types including agrarian society, horticultural society, and hunting and gathering society can be examined. Social structure including community and regional structure, class structure, institutional structure, cultural structure, and anthropological structure can be examined.

15th century BC

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 peoples of the world including Asiatic, European, African, and American Indian peoples. It can also be used to examine communities. It can be used to examine social mechanics. It can be used to examine social change including particular changes and movements, social change factors, and social change processes; social types including agrarian, horticultural, and hunting and gathering societies; and social structure including community and regional structure.

14th century BC

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 peoples of the world including Asiatic, European, African, and American Indian peoples. It can also be used to examine communities. It can be used to examine social mechanics. It can be used to examine social change including particular changes and movements, social change factors, and social change processes; social types including agrarian, horticultural, and hunting and gathering societies; and social structure including community and regional structure.

13th century BC

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 peoples of the world including Asiatic, European, African, and American Indian peoples. It can also be used to examine communities. It can be used to examine social mechanics. It can be used to examine social change including particular changes and movements, social change factors, and social change processes; social types including agrarian, horticultural, and hunting and gathering societies; and social structure including community and regional structure.

12th century BC

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 peoples of the world including Asiatic, European, African, and American Indian peoples. It can also be used to examine communities. It can be used to examine social mechanics. It can be used to examine social change including particular changes and movements, social change factors, and social change processes; social types including agrarian, horticultural, and hunting and gathering societies; and social structure including community and regional structure.

11th century BC

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 peoples of the world including Asiatic, European, African, and American Indian peoples. It can also be used to examine communities. It can be used to examine social mechanics. It can be used to examine social change including particular changes and movements, social change factors, and social change processes; social types including agrarian, horticultural, and hunting and gathering societies; and social structure including community and regional structure.

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 BC can be used to examine peoples of the world. Asiatic peoples have some written records. Western civilization has the begnnings of written records. A few African peoples have some written records. American Indian peoples may have a few written records, but it appears to be best exmined using archaological means. Communities were significant, and a few of the large modern cities of the world can be traced back this far. Stone age developments began to include their extinction. The agricultural revolution continued to spread, and agrarian developments included further development of urban literate societies. Social change factors and social change processes can be connected. Social types including agrarian societies, horticultural societies, and hunting and gathering societies can be examined. Social structure including community and regional structure, class structure, institutional structure, cultural structure, and anthropological structure can be examined.

10th century BC

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 peoples of the world including nations and major groups of Asaatic, European, African, and American Indian peoples. It can also be used to examine communities. It can be used to examine social mechanics. It can be used to examine social change including particular changes and movements, social change factors, and social change processes; social types including agrarian, horticultural, and hunting and gathering societies; and social structure including community and regional structure.

9th century BC

The 9th century BC including the early 9th century BC, early mid 9th century BC, mid 9th century BC, late mid 9th century BC, and late 9th century BC can be used to examine peoples of the world including nations and Asiatic, European, African, and American Indian peoples. It can also be used to examine communities. It can be used to examine social mechanics. It can be used to examine social change including particular changes and movements, social change factors, and social change processes; social types including agrarian, horticultural, and hunting and gathering societies; and social structure including community and regional structure.

8th century BC

The 8th century BC including the early 8th century BC, early mid 8th century BC, mid 8th century BC, late mid 8th century BC, and late 8th century BC can be used to exanine peoples of the world including nations and Asiatic, European, African, and American Indian peoples. It can also be used to examine communities. It can be used to examine social mechanics. It can be used to examine social change including particular changes and movements, social change factors, and social change processes; social types including agrarian, horticultural, and hunting and gathering societies; and social structure including community and regional structure.

7th century BC

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 peoples of the world including nations and Asian, European, African, and American Indian people. It can also be used to examine communities. It can be used to examine social mechanics. It can be used to examine social change including particular changes and movements, social change factors, and social change processes; social types including agrarian, horticultural, and hunting and gathering societies; and social structure including community and regional structure.

6th century BC

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 peoples of the world including nations and Asiatic, European, African and American Indian peoples. It can also be used to examine communities. It can be used to examine social mechanics. It can be used to examine social change including particular changes and movements, social change factors, and social change processes; social types including agrarian, horticultural, and hunting and gathering societies; and social structure including community and regional structure.

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Created 24 Mar 2017 Last updated 4 Oct 2017