Sociology including peoples of the world, communities, and social structure and change can be used to examine antiquity. 

Sociology 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.
Peoples of the world including nations and major groups of Asiatic peoples such as Middle Eastern peoples, South Asian peoples, Central Asian peoples, Oriental peoples, and Southeast Asian and Oceanic peoples; European peoples including Balkan peoples, Latin peoples, Anglic peoples, Northeast European peoples, Scandinavian peoples, and Germanic peoples; African peoples, and American Indian peoples can 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.
Cities such as Naples can be examined for connection to the early 3rd millennium BC, late 3rd millennium BC, early 2nd millennium BC, late 2nd millennium BC, and early 1st millennium BC, although not all of these had been founded.
North Central Chinese cities such as Beijing, Xian, Zhengzhou, and Jinan can be connected. Tianjin had not yet been founded. South Central cities such as Wuhan, Hangzhou, Qingdao, Suzhou, and Ningbo can be connected. Nanjing had not yet been founded. Southern Interior Chinese cities such as Chengdu and Chongquing can be connected. Southern Coastal Chinese cities such as Hong Kong, Dongguan, and Fuzhou can be connected. Shanghai, Canton, Shenzhen, Quanzhou, Taipei, and Xiamen had not yet been founded. North Chinese cities such as Shenyang and Harbin can be identified in this period. Dalian had not yet been founded.
Japanese cities such as Osaka can be connected. Tokyo and Nagoya had not yet been founded. Korean cities such as Seoul and Busan had not yet been founded.
South Asian cities such as Mumbai, Delhi, Bengaluru, and Surat can be identified in this period. Karachi, Calcutta, Dacca, Chennai, Hyderabad, Lahore, Ahmedabad, and Pune had not yet been founded.
Middle Eastern cities such as such as Kabul can be connected. Cairo, Tehran, Baghdad, had not yet been founded. Riyadh is not known to have existed. Alexandria, Kuwait City, and Dubai had not yet been founded.
Southeast Asian and Oceanic cities such as Hanoi can be connected. Jakarta, Manila, Saigon, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Bandung, Surabaya, Yangon, and Medan had not yet been founded.
Western Cities such as London, Byzantium, Paris, Madrid, Rome, and Naples can be identified. Mexico City, New York City, Sao Paulo, Moscow, Los Angeles, Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro, Lima, Chicago, Essen, Toronto, Santiago, Dallas, San Francisco, Miami, Belo Horizonte, Philadelphia, Houston, Milan, St. Peterburg, Atlanta, Washington, Guadalajara, Boston, Bogota, Barcelona, Phoenix, Monterrey, Berlin, Sydney, and Melbourne had not been founded.
African cities such as Lagos, Kinshasa, Johannesburg, Luanda, Khartoum, Abidjan, Nairobi, Dar es Salaam Accra, and Cape Town had not yet been founded.
Social mechanics including social change, social types, and social structure 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, 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 millenium BC including the 10th century BC, 9th century BC, 8th century BC, 7th century BC, and 6th century BC.
Social change including particular changes and movements, social change factors, and social change processes 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.
Particular changes and movements including stone age developments, the agricultural revolution and the agrarian revolution 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. The industrial revolution had not yet begun.
Stone age developments 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.
The agricultural revolution 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.
Agrarian developments including Bronze age movmements, American Civilization, and Iron age movements 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. Modernization had not yet begun.
Bronze age movements can be used to examine the late 3rd millennium BP, early 2nd millennium BC, late 2nd millennium BC and early 1st Millennium BC. American Civilization can be used to examine the late 3rd millennium BC, early 2nd millennium BC, late 2nd millennium BC and early 1st millenium BC. Early iron age movements can be used to examine the late 2nd millennium BC and early 1st millenium BC. Late iron age developments may have begun and can be used to examine the early 1st millennium BC.
Social change factors including institutional change, cultural change, demographic change, and natural change 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.
Institutional change 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.
Cultural change 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.
Demographic change 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.
Natural change 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.
Social change processes including innovation, transmission, adaptation, and extinction 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; 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.
Innovation 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.
Transmission 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.
Adaptation 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.
Extinction 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.
Social types including agrarian society, horticultural society, and hunting and gathering society can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC including the 30th century BC, 29th century BC, 28th century BC, 27th century BC, 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. Industrial societies had not yet developed.
Agrarian society can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC including the 30th century BC, 29th century BC, 28th century BC, 27th century BC, 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.
Horticultural society can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC including the 30th century BC, 29th century BC, 28th century BC, 27th century BC, 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.
Hunting and gathering societies can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC including the 30th century BC, 29th century BC, 28th century BC, 27th century BC, 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.
Social structure including community and regional structure, class structure, institutional structure, cultural structure, and anthropological structure can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC including the 30th century BC, 29th century BC, 28th century BC, 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.
Community and regional structure 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.
Class structure 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.
Institutional structure 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.
Cultural structure 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.
Anthropological structure 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.
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Created 31 Dec 2013 Last updated 2 Sep 2017