Classical and Medieval History of Sociology

Classical and medieval history including early classical, late classical, early medieval, and late medieval history can be used to examine sociology.

   

Classical and Medieval History

Classical and medieval history can be used to examine peoples of the world. Western Civilization has a substantial written history in the classical and medieval periods. Asiatic peoples peoples also have a significant written history in classical and medieval times. African peoples have limited written history, and American Indian peoples also have limited written history in classical and medieval times. More of the larger modern cities of the world can be examined. It can also be used to examine social change including agrarian developments, the agricultural revolution, and stone age developments, social change factors and social change processes; social types including agrarian societies, horticultural societies, and hunting and gathering societies; and social structure including community and regional structure, class structure, institutional structure, cultural structure, and anthropological structure.

Early classical history

Early classical history including the 5th century BC, 4th century BC, 3rd century BC, 2nd century BC, and 1st century BC can be used to examine peoples of the world. Western Civilization including Latin, Anglic, Germanic, and Northeast European peoples in the Greek and Roman period can be examined. Asiatic peoples including Middle Eastern, South Asian, Central Asian, Oriental, and Southeast asian and Oceanic peoples can be connected. A few African peoples including Eastern African, Western African, Central African, and Southern African peoples can be examined. American Indian peoples including Middle American Indian, South American Indian, and North American Indian peoples in this period can also be examined. Communities can be connected. Social mechanics can be connected. Social change including agrarian developments, the agricultural revolution, and stone age developments, social change factors, and social change processes, 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.

5th century BC

The 5th century BC including the early 5th century BC, early mid 5th century BC, mid 5th century BC, late mid 5th century BC, and late 5th century BC can be used to examine peoples of the world including nations and major groups of Asian, European, African, 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 movements, social change factors, and social change processes, social types including agrarian, horticultural, and hunting and gathering society; and social structure including community and regional structure.

4th century BC

The 4th century BC including the early 4th century BC, early mid 4th century BC, mid 4th century BC, late mid 4th century BC, and late 4th century BC can be used to examine peoples of the world including nations and major groups of Asian, European, African, 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 movements, social change factors, and social change processes, social types including agrarian, horticultural, and hunting and gathering society; and social structure including community and regional structure.

3rd century BC

The 3rd century BC including the early 3rd century BC, early mid 3rd century BC, mid 3rd century BC, late mid 3rd century BC, and late 3rd century BC can be used to examine peoples of the world including particular nations and major groups of Asian, European, African, 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 movements, social change factors, and social change processes, social types including agrarian, horticultural, and hunting and gathering society; and social structure including community and regional structure.

2nd century BC

The 2nd century BC including the early 2nd century BC, early mid 2nd century BC, mid 2nd century BC, late mid 2nd century BC, and late 2nd century BC can be used to examine peoples of the world including particular nations and major groups of Asian, European, African, 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 movements, social change factors, and social change processes, social types including agrarian, horticultural, and hunting and gathering society; and social structure including community and regional structure.

1st century BC

The 1st century BC including the early 1st century BC, early mid 1st century BC, mid 1st century BC, late mid 1st century BC, and late 1st century BC can be used to examine peoples of the world including particular nations and major groups of Asian, European, African, 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 movements, social change factors, and social change processes, social types including agrarian, horticultural, and hunting and gathering society; and social structure including community and regional structure.

Late classical history

Late classical history including the 1st century CE, 2nd century CE, 3rd century CE, 4th century CE, and 5th century CE can be used to examine peoples of the world. Western Civilization including Latin, Balkan, Germanic, and Northeast European peoples along with Christianity in the later Roman period was developing. Asiatic peoples including Middle Eastern, South Asian, Central Asian, Oriental, and Southeast Asian and Oceanic peoples were partly conquered by Western peoples. African peoples including East African, West African, Central African, and South African peoples can be considered. American Indian peoples including Middle American Indian, South American Indian, and North American Indian peoples can be connected. More communities were founded. Social changes and movements, social change processes, and social change factors can be considered. Social types including agrarian, horticultural, and hunting and gathering societes can be examined. Social structure including community and regional structure, class structure, institutional structure, cultural structure, and anthropological structure can be examined.

1st century CE

The 1st century CE including the early 1st century CE, early mid 1st century CE, mid 1st century CE, early mid 1st century CE, and late 1st century CE can be used to examine peoples of the world including nations and major groups of Asian 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 movements, social change factors, and social change processes, social types including agrarian, horticultural, and hunting and gathering society; and social structure including community and regional structure.

2nd century CE

The 2nd century CE including the early 2nd century CE, early mid 2nd century CE, mid 2nd century CE, late mid 2nd century CE, and late 2nd century CE can be used to examine peoples of the world including nation and major groups of Asian 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 movements, social change factors, and social change processes, social types including agrarian, horticultural, and hunting and gathering society; and social structure including community and regional structure.

3rd century CE

The 3rd century CE including the early 3rd century CE, early mid 3rd century CE, mid 4th century CE, late mid 4th century CE, and late 4th century CE can be used to examine peoples of the world including nations and major groups of Asian 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 movements, social change factors, and social change processes, social types including agrarian, horticultural, and hunting and gathering society; and social structure including community and regional structure.

4th century CE

The 4th century CE including the early 4th century CE, early mid 4th century CE, mid 4th century CE, late mid 4th century CE, and late 4th century CE can be used to examine peoples of the world including nations and major groups of Asian 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 movements, social change factors, and social change processes, social types including agrarian, horticultural, and hunting and gathering society; and social structure including community and regional structure.

5th century CE

The 5th century CE including the early 5th century CE, early mid 5th century CE, mid 5th century CE, late mid 5th century CE, and late 5th century CE can be used to examine peoples of the world including nations and major groups of Asian 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 movements, social change factors, and social change processes, social types including agrarian, horticultural, and hunting and gathering society; and social structure including community and regional structure.

Early medieval history

Early medieval history including the 6th century CE, 7th century CE, 8th century CE, 9th century CE, and 10th century CE can be used to examine peoples of the world. Western Civilization including Latin, Germanic, Anglic, Balkan, and Northeast European peoples in the early middle ages can be examined. Asiatic peoples including Middle Eastern, South Asian, Central Asian, Oriental, and Southeast Asian peopes can be connected. African peoples including East African, West frican, Central African, and Southern African peoples can be examined. American Indian peoples including Middle American Indian, South American Indian, and North American Indian peoples can be examined. This period can also be used to examine communities. Social change including particular changes, 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, class structure, institutional structure, cultural structure, and anthropological structure can be examined.

The 6th century CE including the early 6th century CE, early mid 6th century CE, mid 6th century CE, late mid 6th century CE, and late 6th century CE can be used to examine peoples of the world including nations and major groups of European, Asian, African, and American Indian peoples; communities; and social mechanics including social change, social types, and social structure. The 7th century CE including the early 7th century, early mid 7th century, mid 7th century, late mid 7th century, and late 7th century can be used to examine peoples of the world and major groups including European, Asian, African, and American Indian peoples; communities; and social mechanics including social change, social types, and social structure. The 8th century CE including the early 8th century, early mid 18th century, mid 8th century, late mid 8th century, and late 8th century can be used to examine peoples of the world including nations and major groups such as European, Asian, African, and American Indian peoples; communities; and social mechanics including social change, social types, and social structure. The 9th century CE including the early 9th century, early mid 9th century, mid 9th century, late mid 9th century, and late 9th century can be used to examine peoples of the world including nations and major groups such as European, Asian, African, and American Indian peoples, communities, and social mechanics including social change, social types, and social structure. The 10th century CE including the early 10th century, early mid 10th century, mid 10th century, late mid 10th century, and late 10th century can be used to examine peoples of the world including nations and major groups such as European, Asian, African, and American Indian peoples, communities, and social mechanics including social change, social types, and social structure.

Late medieval history

Late medieval history including the 11th century CE, 12th century CE, 13th century CE, 14th century CE, and 15th century CE can be used to examine peoples of the world including nations and major groups of Western Civilization such as Latin peoples, Anglic peoples, Germanic peoples, Northeast European, Balkan, and Scandinavian peoples; Asiatic peoples including Middle Eastern, South Asian, Central Asian, Oriental, and Southeast Asian peoples; African peoples including East African, West African, Central African, and Southern African peoples, and American Indian peoples including Middle American Indian, South American Indian, and North American Indian peoples. It can also be used to examine communities. It can also be used to examine social mechanics including social change such as 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, class structure, institutional structure, cultural structure, and anthropological structure. The foundations of the modern study of sociology began as European peoples began to explore the remainder of the world.

The 11th century CE including the early 11th century, early mid 11th century, mid 11th century, late mid 11th century, and late 11th century can be used to examine peoples of the world and nations including major groups of European peoples, Asian peoples, African peoples, and American indian peoples; communities; and social mechanics including social change, social types, and social structure. American Indian peoples were largely isolated from the rest of the world. The 12th century CE including the early 12th century, early mid 12th century, mid 12th century, late mid 13th century, and late 12th century can be used to examine peoples of the world and nations including major groups of European peoples, Asian peoples, African peoples, and American Indian peoples; communities; and social mechanics including social change, social types, and social structure. Asiatic peoples were interacting and involved in warfare. American Indian peoples were largely isolated from the rest of the world. The 13th century CE including the early 13th century, early mid 13th century, mid 13th century, late mid 13th century, and late 13th century can be used to examine peoples of the world and nations including major groups of European peoples, Asiatic peoples, African peoples, and American Indian peoples; communities; and social mechanics including social change, social types, and social structure. Asiatic peoples were interacting and involved in warfare. American Indian peoples were largely isolated from the rest of the world. The 14th century CE including the early 14th century, early mid 14th century, mid 14th century, late mid 14th century, and late 14th century can be used to examine peoples of the world including nations and major groups of European peoples, Asiatic peoples, African peoples, and American Indian peoples; communities; and social mechanics including social change, social types, and social structure. Asiatic peoples were interacting and involved in warfare. American Indian peoples were largely isolated from the rest of the world. The 15th century CE including the early 15th century, early mid 15th century, mid 15th century, late mid 15th century, and late 15th century can be used to examine peoples of the world includng nations and major groups of Western Civilization, Asiatic peoples, Afrocam peoples, and American Indian peoples; communities; and social mechanics including social change, social types, and social structure. European peoples began to expand worldwide and from this time and afterwards are known as Western Civilization. Asiatic peoples were interacting and involved in warfare.

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Created 20 Jan 2016 Last updated 7 Oct 2017