History : World
Whether you are a teacher or parent who is teaching children the alphabet, or just someone who loves words, alphabetizing, alliteration, or all of the above, we hope you find these word lists useful.
These are not meant to be exhaustive--just thorough, covering the basics from many categories that can be tied to the academic curriculum.
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African Slave Trade, Alexander the Great, Anglo-Saxons, Archimedes, Aristotle, Attila the Hun, Aztecs
Babylon, Bacon (Francis), Black Death, British Empire, Bronze Age, Buddha, Byzantine Empire
Capitalism, Captain James Cook, Catherine the Great, Centurion (Rome), Charlemagne, Churchill (Winston), Cleopatra, Colonialism, Communism, Confucius, Constantine, Constantinople, Crusades (The), Cuneiform, Curie (Marie)
Dalai Lama, Darwin (Charles), Descartes (Rene), Drake (Francis)
East India Trading Company, Egypt, Einstein (Albert), Emperor, Empress, Enlightenment
Feudalism, Frank (Anne), Freud (Sigmund)
Galileo, Gandhi (Mahatma), Genghis Khan, Greece, Greek, Gutenberg (Johannes)
Hawking (Stephen), Hieroglyphs (Egypt), Hitler (Adolf), Homer (Greece)
Inca Empire, Information Age, Iron Age, Islamic Conquests
Jesus Christ, Joan of Arc, Julius Caesar
King Alfred, King Henry VIII, King Solomon (Israel)
Latin, Leif Erickson
Magellan, Mandela (Nelson), Marx (Karl), Mary Queen of Scots, Mayans, Mesopotamia, Middle Ages, Ming Dynasty (China), Mongols, Muhammad
Napoleon Bonaparte, Nazi Germany, Nero, Newton (Isaac), Nightingale (Florence), Nuclear War
Pasteur (Louis), Persia, Pharaoh, Plato, Polo (Marco), President, Prime Minister, Protestant Reformation
Qin Dynasty (China), Queen Elizabeth I, Queen of Sheba, Queen Victoria
Ramses II, Rasputin, Renaissance, Robert the Bruce (Scotland), Roman Catholic Church, Roman Empire, Rome
Saint Paul, Shakespeare, Socrates, Stalin (Joseph)
Thatcher (Margaret), Tsar Nicholas II of Russia, Tutankhamun
Victorian Era, Vikings, Voltaire
Wilberforce (William), World War I, World War II
Xia Dynasty (China)
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