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Alexander the Great (356 BCE- 323 BCE), was a King of a kingdom named Macedon in Ancient Greece. He was one of the best military specialists, and a great leader as he United all the Greek City-States. Alexander against all odds led his army to triumph against the Persians multiple territories and conquered the whole Achaemenid Empire. Alexander the Great formed one of the biggest empires that history has ever seen. Alexander’s empire provided a safe place for cities to trade without worrying about being attacked, and a route called the Silk Road developed out of it.
The Bantu Migration, started in 1000 B.C.E., and ended in 1700 A.D. as the people migrated from Congo to countries in South and East African Countries like Tanzania and Kenya. The causes of migration was because of territorial wars, and they were using up more land for their farming which was taking up space for people to live. They brought agriculture to the Southern part of Africa, and they soon found that they could domesticate bananas, and their new food discovery allowed them to increase their population and expand quicker.
The Bantu people also began to settle land, which led to the creation of prominent empires, such as the Zulu Kingdom. The Migration of the Bantu brought Agriculture to Africa and allowed them to grow and expand quickly.
Zoroastrianism, which dates to the 6th or 7th century arose in Persia while the Persian Empire was at its peak. The prophet Zoroaster’s beliefs and teachings are what the religion developed from.
The religion was a chain reaction to multiple other beliefs, like the dissension between good and evil. Zoroastrianism got general support from the Persian heartland, but it was still present in other parts of the empire. Zoroastrianism would also spread and prosper in the dynasties of Parthian and Sassanid. The Zoroastrianism’s concepts of Heaven and Hell would be inherited by the religions of Judaism and Christianity. Although it didn’t continue in its homeland, Zoroastrianism continued to spread outside of its origin.
Axum was a civilization during the time of 100–940 AD that was in what is now called Eritrea and Northern Ethiopia. Unlike the rest of Africa who used hoes and digging sticks, Axum used a plow-based farming system. Axum was also the first of Africa to begin their own currency and began manufacturing their coins. When king Ezana converted to Christianity it had a big effect on the culture in the region as well. The rise of Axum affected the patters of long term commerce, as it would serve as a good place worldwide for trade.
A helot was an enslaved person in Sparta around in the 8th century BC. Helots were always a threat to rebel because there were more of them than free citizens in Sparta. Sparta feared this and so they took all boys from their families when they turned seven and forced them to train in military camps. Helots were very important for agricultural production as they farmed land that they use to have. They did a lot of work for Sparta and helped their city to become wealthy.
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