Glimpses of the history of the world
The ages are the periods of time that have passed in the history of mankind, and each age has emerged different characteristics of a special nature, which have been interlinked to the moment we are now living, and the forms of life of peoples throughout the ages are governed by the nature of the earth and the climate, and the emergence of great civilizations whose effects are still visible to this day, Mathematical and logical standards were established 5,000 years ago, and human-to-human communication evolved something, so that today the world is like a small village.



Civilizations of the past
Pharaohs’ Civilization: One of the oldest civilizations whose monuments are still majestic, was established on the banks of the Nile since it was founded by King Mina in 3000 B.C., and its fall was in 30 Bc.
Akkadian civilization: Founded around 2350 B.C., Sargon formed a powerful army that opened the cities adjacent to Kish from which it began, and fought fierce battles with the Sumerians who eventually succumbed to it.
Greek civilization: From the Greek dark ages in the 13th century BC, to the end of the ancient classical period in the 9th century BC (circa 600 AD), began immediately after this civilization early Middle Ages and Byzantine period.
Persian civilization: or the civilization of Persia, the Persians settled in the Central Plateau of Iran at the beginning of the 6th century B.C., and Cyrus the Great established the Persian Empire in 559 B.C., and annexed the mesopotamian peoples.

Languages from ancient times
Sanskrit: A ritual language of Hinduism and Buddhism in India.
Favoured language: an ancient Sami language, used in the eastern Jordan River.
Coptic: This is the last stage of the development of the Egyptian language spoken by the ancient Egyptians.

Peoples and tribes from the past
Etrution: Displaced from Asia in the 9th century BC to the Tuscan region of northern and central Italy, and enjoyed prosperity and prosperity, the Etrures participated strongly in Roman civilization and rome itself was subjected during the first centuries to the rule of the Terrorian kings, who, like the rest of the ancient peoples, were They revere the dead, having built tombs dug in areas close to different cities, similar in design to houses set up for habitation, with large spaces around the main foyer.
Esquithion: A pastoral Bedouin people who migrated from the plains of Russia until they settled west of the Volga River in the north of the Black Sea, were highly capable of fighting, were skilled craftsmen, and as a result of their great craftsmanship and professionalism, they left great cultural relics that still exist today.
Apache: One of the Native American tribes, they attacked the Mayan and Tolitk civilizations, and resisted the Spanish in the early 16th century when they invaded Mexico, and the word Apache in Spanish means a slack, and their style of combat was as close as possible to the special forces or ninjas, so they sneaked into the camp of Spanish soldiers and killed The rest of the camp, the Apaches, are experienced in hunting the wild buffalo bison and horses and eating their meat, and they are famous for painting their bodies red and dancing while marching to war with the drumming.
The Nabataeans: They are ancient Arabs who settled in the areas of northern Arabia and southern Syria and their capital was Petra, whose settlements, which lasted from 100 to 37 BC, were given the name ‘Nabataean’ as a buffer zone between Arabia and Syria and an extension of the Euphrates and even the Red Sea, Their most famous relic is the Jordanian city of Petra.
Aztecs: The last native Barbarian clans to enter the Mexican Valley of the Americas in the 12th century,