The Entire History of the Human Civilization

The Entire History of the Human Civilization

2023, History  -   4 Comments
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This video essay outlines a sweeping overview of human history, spanning from ancient times to modern eras, highlighting significant events, figures, and the rise and fall of civilizations. It begins by tracing the evolution of human beings from atoms to the emergence of hominids. The narrative then shifts to Homo sapiens' journey marked by milestones such as the transition to agriculture, the rise of ancient civilizations like Mesopotamia, Egypt, and China, the development of legal systems, and the interactions between cultures through events like the Silk Road and the Crusades.

The exploration of key leaders like Alexander the Great, Julius Caesar, Charlemagne, and pivotal moments such as the Renaissance, the Protestant Reformation, and the World Wars demonstrates the interconnectedness of global history. The narrative delves into various dynasties, their governance structures, and the rise of religions, including Islam and Christianity. It also highlights the devastating impacts of diseases, such as the Bubonic Plague, and technological advancements like the Industrial Revolution and space exploration.

The documentary emphasizes the complexities of power struggles, cultural exchanges, and shifts in social, economic, and political landscapes. It acknowledges the enduring quest for immortality, explored in literature like the Epic of Gilgamesh, and the shared human experience across civilizations. Throughout, the viewer is reminded of the ebb and flow of empires, the fragility of power, and the enduring pursuit of progress.

The historical account touches on geographical areas including Africa, Europe, Asia, and the Americas, showcasing diverse civilizations and their contributions to the world. Overall, the film provides a broad and condensed overview of human history, highlighting its diverse aspects while recognizing the enduring threads that connect us through time.

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Luís Ferro
Luís Ferro
4 months ago

Napoleon never conquered Portugal.

Albert C Fields
Albert C Fields
10 months ago

The pyramids of Egypt were already built before 4000 B.C. where your story begins in the "fertile soil" of Mesopotamia. You can not skip the African cultures of the Nubians, Ethiopians (both these cultures are older than Egypt) or early Egypt and then call this the Entire History of the human civilization.

Ford
Ford
10 months ago

Two words: Gobeckli Tepe

If you start out being wrong, you end up being wrong, and that's just plain wrong.

Ken
Ken
10 months ago

At 2:09, should be Henry VIII, not Henry VII>
Also, numerous mispronunciations throughout.