List of time periods

The categorization of the past into discrete, quantified named blocks of time is called periodization. This is a list of such named time periods as defined in various fields of study. Major categorization systems include cosmological, geological and historical; these can be divided broadly into historical periods. In archaeology and anthropology, prehistory is subdivided around the three-age system, this list includes the use of the three-age system as well as a number of various designation used in reference to sub-ages within the traditional three; the dates for each age can vary by region. On the geologic time scale, the Holocene epoch starts at the end of the last glacial period of the current ice age and continues to the present; the beginning of Mesolithic is considered to correspond to the beginning of the Holocene epoch. Pre-History – Period between the appearance of Homo and the invention of writing systems. Stone Age Paleolithic – is the earliest period of the Stone Age Lower Paleolithic — time of archaic human species, predates Homo sapiens Middle Paleolithic — coexistence of archaic and anatomically modern human species Upper Paleolithic — worldwide expansion of anatomically modern humans, disappearance of archaic humans by extinction or admixture with modern humans.

Mesolithic – was a period in the development of human technology between the Palaeolithic and Neolithic periods. Neolithic – a period of primitive technological and social development, beginning about 10,200 BCE in parts of the Middle East, in other parts of the world. Chalcolithic – this period was still Neolithic in and civilizations who had adopted or developed a writing system. Protohistory – Period between prehistory and history, during which a culture or civilization has not yet developed writing but other cultures have noted its existence in their own writings. Ancient History – Aggregate of past events from the beginning of recorded human history and extending as far as the Early Middle Ages or the Postclassical Era; the span of recorded history is less than five thousand years, beginning with the earliest linguistic records in the third millennium BCE in Mesopotamia and Egypt. Classical Antiquity – Broad term for a long period of cultural history centered on the Mediterranean Sea, comprising the interlocking civilizations of ancient Greece and ancient Rome, collectively known as the Greco-Roman world.

It is the period in which Greek and Roman society flourished and wielded great influence throughout Europe, North Africa and the Middle East. Post-Classical History – Period of time that followed ancient history. Depending on the continent, the era falls between the years CE 200–600 and CE 1200–1500; the major classical civilizations the era follows are Han China, the Western Roman Empire, the Gupta Empire, the Sasanian Empire. Middle Ages – Lasted from the 5th to the 15th century, it began with the collapse of the Western Roman Empire in 476 and is variously demarcated by historians as ending with the Fall of Constantinople in 1453, merging into the Renaissance and the Age of Discovery. Early Middle Ages High Middle Ages Late Middle Ages Modern History – After the post-classical era Early Modern Period – The chronological limits of this period are open to debate, it emerges from the Late Middle Ages, demarcated by historians as beginning with the Fall of Constantinople in 1453, in forms such as the Italian Renaissance in the West, the Ming Dynasty in the East, the rise of the Aztec in the New World.

The period ends with the beginning of the Age of Revolutions. Late Modern Period – Began in the mid-18th century, it shifts forward with the generations, today is the span of historic events from 1945 that are relevant to the present time. For example, the Post-Modern movement Only for Late Modern Contemporary history; the Twenties The Thirties The Forties The Fifties The Sixties The Seventies The Eighties The Nineties The Two Thousands The Twenty Tens The Twenty Twenties Prehistory Stone Age Paleolithic – Mesolithic Neolithic Chalcolithic Ancient History Bronze Age Iron Age Modern History Machine Age Age of Oil Jet Age Atomic Age The Nuclear Age Digital Revolution Space Age Information Age The Multimedia Age The Social Age The Big Data age Modern History World War I Interwar Period Roaring

Mitsuru Komaeda

Mitsuru Komaeda is a former Japanese football player and manager. He played for Japan national team. Komaeda was born in Iwate Prefecture on April 14, 1950. After graduating from Osaka University of Commerce, he joined Towa Real Estate in 1973; the club won the league champions in 1977, 1979 and 1981. The club won 1977 and 1979 Emperor's Cup, he retired in 1982. He scored 18 goals in the league, he was selected Best Eleven 5 times. On August 10, 1976, Komaeda scored 2 goals for Japan national team against Indonesia, he was selected Japan in 1977. He played 2 games and scored 2 goals for Japan until 1977. After retirement, Komaeda started coaching career at Fujita Industries, he was promoted to manager as Yoshinobu Ishii successor in 1990. In 1993, he promoted to J1 League, he managed the club until 1995. In August 1999, he became a manager again as Eiji Ueda successor. However, the club was relegated J2 League, he resigned a manager in 1999 and left club in 2000. In 2001, he became a coach. In 2003, he became a manager.

Mitsuru Komaeda at Japan National Football Team Database Mitsuru Komaeda at J. League

Egyptian Patriotic Movement

The Egyptian Patriotic Movement, or Egyptian National Movement is a political party initiated by former presidential candidate Ahmed Shafik and Mohamed Abu Hamed, former vice chairman of the Free Egyptians Party and founder of the Life of the Egyptians Party. Abdel Rehim Aly, the secretary general of the party, has stated that the group would unite with any party that isn't aligned with the Muslim Brotherhood. Shafiq stated on 8 April 2013; the supreme committee of the Egyptian Patriotic Movement accused the NSF of "enormous political naiveté" and pointed out that many current members of the NSF were part of the Mubarak regime. The political program is set out on their website; the Egyptian Patriotic Movement has gone into opposition to current president Abdel Fattah el-Sisi. On 13 December 2017, three of its members were arrested for harming national security by spreading false information; the party platform calls for: economic reform. Preserving the civilian nature of the society and state.

The right to establish unions. Achieving social justice. Advocating democracy within state affairs. Egyptian Patriotic Movement website