The Story of Democraczy: Chapter Six

by Martin Gantman

Early Middle Ages             400 AD

Pericles:                           450 BC

Ephialtes:                          465 BC

Cleisthenes:                       500 BC

Solon:                               600 BC

Hammurabi:                    1,800 BC

Ur Nammu:                     2,000 BC

Gilgamesh:                      2,500 BC

Sumeria:                         5,300 BC

Lascaux:                       30,000 BC

Religious activity:          100,000 BC

Homo sapiens:              130,000 BC

Homo erectus:            1,500,000 BC

Homo habilis:              2,500,000 BC

Detour 2012

Amid virtual slavery, territorial carnage, and devastating illness the Roman Empire disintegrated. Subject to new regimes and amid the continuing regional armed conflicts, substantive migration shifts, and plague; education became cloistered and the daily lives of plebeian peoples became focused on unmitigated survival. The issues of individual, equal and human rights were shrouded by a canopy of immense darkness for over 1,000 years.

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