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What was the worst civilization in history?

What was the worst civilization in history?

The 5 Most Terrifying Civilizations In The History of the World

  1. 1 The Mongols.
  2. 2 The Spartans.
  3. 3 The Assyrians.
  4. 4 The Aztecs.
  5. 5 The Celts. History is kind of spotty on the Celts (they never wrote anything down, and many of the witnesses died brutally) but what facts survived confirm one thing: They had gigantic Celtic balls.

Which was the strongest empire in the world?

1) The British Empire was the largest empire the world has ever seen. The British Empire covered 13.01 million square miles of land – more than 22% of the earth’s landmass. The empire had 458 million people in 1938 — more than 20% of the world’s population.

What is the longest surviving civilization?

An old missionary student of China once remarked that Chinese history is “remote, monotonous, obscure, and-worst of all-there is too much of it.” China has the longest continuous history of any country in the world—3,500 years of written history. And even 3,500 years ago China’s civilization was old!

Which Civilisation was most advanced?

In terms of inventions and humankind’s “firsts,” Ancient China is the clear winner. We even label some the “Four Great Inventions,” which are compasses, gunpowder, paper-making, and printing.

Are there any civilizations that have been wiped out?

Throughout our history, most civilizations have either met a slow demise or were wiped out by natural disasters or invasion. But there are a few societies whose disappearance has scholars truly stumped: One of the first Mesoamerican societies, the Olmec inhabited the tropical lowlands of south-central Mexico.

Are there any lost civilizations in the United States?

Few Americans realize that we have the remains of a lost ancient civilization right here in the United States – in Illinois, just across the Mississippi River from St. Louis, Missouri. The Cahokia Mounds Historic Site is all that is left of an indigenous civilization of the Mississippian culture, settled around 600 CE.

Why was the Cucuteni Trypillian civilization wiped out?

Like so many other civilizations, the Cucuteni-Trypillians may have been wiped out by climate change, but other theories suggest that they gradually blended with other groups until their own culture was lost.

How many civilizations have collapsed because of drought?

Drought experts Justin Sheffield and Eric Wood of Princeton, in their 2011 book, Drought,identify more than ten civilizations, cultures and nations that probably collapsed, in part, because of drought.