Let us begin with ancient Egypt which has always been a challenge because counter to all logic on a map the Nile runs up (North) rather than down which has always caused consternation for the observer who views Egypt on a map, because as we all know, there was Upper Egypt and Lower Egypt. Lower Egypt is actually farther up than
Upper Egypt which was – of course –
lower down than the upper part. This is
why we learn geography as a factor in history.
was certainly an interesting and powerful civilization. The rulers of Egypt were entitled as Faroes with
one of the most famous being King Toot.
Of course one of the most famous things in Egypt is the pyramids. The pyramids were large square triangles
built in the desert. O’Cyrus was a god
who lived in a piramid and would give you the afterlife if your sole was on
straight. The Egyptian upper class was
able to live posthumously through the arts and facts buried with them. Egypt
And this brings us to that other great civilization – the Sumerian also known as the Mesopotamian which existed in a valley near the Eucaliptus river where flooding was erotic.
Babylon was similar to because of their differences
they had apart from each other. Egypt Egypt for example only had Egyptians but had Summarians,
Acadians, and Canadians, to just name a few.
The Babylonians honored their gods by building pyramids in the shape of
zeplins. Babylon Mesopotamia
was dominated at various times by the Medes, Persians, and Assyrians. The Assyrian program of exterminating various
ethnic groups failed to promote cultural diversity. And so closes our tour through the truly
ancient cultures and brings us to the Mediterranean
and the Classical Age.
The Greeks were important and laid the foundation for western civilization. They were important at culture and science. The scientific method came into use when the Greeks learned never to take things for granite when solving a problem. The Atomists discovered E=MC^2 and other mathematical things. U Clid proved that there is more than one side to every plane and Pythagasaurus fathered the triangle, while Archimedes made the first steamboat and power drill. But perhaps the greatest gifts of the Greeks were in the form of philosophy. The pre-Socratics lived long before Plato and were not decisively influenced by his work. Perhaps the greatest philosopher was Socrates who was accused of Sophomorism and sentenced to die of hemroyds. His student Plato invented reality and was teacher to Harris Tottle, author of the Republicans. Other philosophies included the Epicureans for them lust was a must. Others were the Vegetarians and the Synthetics who said “if you can’t play with it, why bother”.
The Greeks were eventually replaced by the great
Roman Empire which was founded sometime by Uncle Remus
and Wolf. The Roman upperclassmen
demanded to be known as Patricia.
Senators wore purple tubas as a sign of respect. Around the 120’s B.C the Gretzky brothers
failed to stop these and other injustices.
But the Republic carried on and struggled with the other great
Mediterranean power – .
Hannabelle crossed the Alps with a herd of eliphants and thus invaded Carthage Africa. After they
the Romans brutaly salted the people and razored the city. Scipio was called “Africanus” because he
served in Carthage . The Republic prospered but eventually it came
to be dominated by Julius Caesar who was famous for inspiring his men by saying
“I came I saw I went”. Caesar was
assassinated on the Yikes of March and is reported to have said “Me Too
Following the assassination of Caesar Rome was subjected to many turnoilic events, oncluding Anthony’s elusive affair with Cleopatra. The shrewd Octavian grabbed hold of the Empire and he kept the people happy by giving them breaded circuses. Augustus (aka Octagenarian) founded the Roman Catholic Empire and punished those involved in sibilancy and adultery. The symbol of his authority was the Cross. He put it everywhere. Augustus did have to leave the Empire due to his death.
There are many theories about the fall of the
Roman Empire and many were totally not possible and some
of them were. This included more than
enough religion, too much slavery, not enough water, and smoking from lead
pipes. Then the Empire was swept with a
tidal wave of Goths, Hungs, Zulu’s and others who impacted .
Athena the Hun rampaged the Balkans as far as Rome , where he plumaged and
tortured people of the villages he captured. Thus ended the France Roman
Empire and Western Civilization entered the Dark Ages where it was
Certainly history is a lot more interesting when you have it explained through the eyes of the students. Soccer
Tees, Pluto, and Harris Tottle –
I salute you.