The study unit’s interests are typically divided into geographic areas related to the subject even though many cultures overlap as territories were claimed by various groups. Prehistoric, Egypt, Greece and Rome are self-explanatory. Maps may be added and encompass roughly the areas noted.

An overview of the ancient civilizations of the world.


Native Peoples’ arachaeological sites with Viking artifacts
Palelolithic sites of Upper Siberia

(Alaska, Canada, Finland, Greenland, Russia, Sweden)

North America

(Canada, Saint Pierre and Miquelon, United States, Upper Mexico)

The Frist Americans – based on the archaeological evidence

Norse Culture evidence in North America
Various Prehistoric sites of North America
Culture areas of Ancient North America


(Lower Mexico and Central America)

The Aztec Empire at the time of Spanish Contact
The Mayan Empire and its major archaeological sites
The Olmec Empire, with its three major archaeological sites, as it blends to the Southern Maya Area
The area of the Zapotecs, a pre Mayan civilization of SW Mexico

South America

A veiw of the ancient civilizations of South America
Chavin civilization approximately 500BC
Incan civilizatin withtheir vast road network, at the time of spanish contact.
Area of Nazca lines in greater Peru

(South American Countries)


(From the Atlantic to Poland, Romania, Bulgaria, and Arctic down to Africa)

Early European Farming Migration
Early Neolitic cultures based on part on DNA evidence
Europe in the Copper Age
the late Neolithic Age in Europe
Early Middle Bronze Age in Europe
The European Middle Bronze Age
The European Late Bronze age


Major archaeological sites of Turkey
The Baltic States 1100-1400
Archaeological sites in Russia as seen from space
5 major archaeological sites of Siberia
Russia in 1215AD
Archaeological Sites of Cyprus

(Turkey, Kazakhstan, Georgia, Belarus, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Cyprus, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Afghanistan, Russia)

Middle East

(Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Israel, Palestine, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar, Kuwait, U.A.E.)


(African Countries including Madagascar and Egypt)

Indian Subcontinent

(India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka)


(China, Japan, Malaysia, Indonesia, Burma, Thailand, Laos, Brunei, Bhutan, Viet-Nam, Cambodia, Mongolia, Taiwan, Philippines)


(Australia, New Zealand, Papua / New Guinea)

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