The Ancient Middle East
He started his trip at Creation - Fall of Man - Flood - Dispersion.
From there he read about the Sumerian Civilization - Call of Abraham - Hammurabi and Babylon - Patriarchs in Canaan.
Then down to Egypt he went where he joined the Hebrews in the great Exodus.
Wilderness wanderings followed with the Ten Commandments - Conquest of Canaan - David and Solomon - Phoenicians - Hittites
New Empires and Cultures to explore in The Middle East, Greece and Rome
Assyrian Empire -Chaldean Empire - Nebuchadnezzar - Persian Empire - Cyrus the Great
Early Greek Civilization - Homer and the Olympian Gods - Athens and Sparta - Alexander the Great
Foundation of Rome - Roman Republic - Punic Wars - Julius Caesar - Caesar Augustus
Gospel of Christ - Persecution of Early Church - Constantine the Great - Fall of Rome
The Middle Ages and the Distortion of Christianity
New Testament - Early Church - Rise of Roman Church and Popes
Mohammed and Islam - Europe's Crusades
Charlemagne and His Empire - Feudalism
Distorted Christianity - Holy Roman Empire - Renaissance
Beginning of the Modern Age
The Protestant Reformation - Forerunners of the Reformation - John Wycliffe - John Huss - Inquisition - Gutenberg and the Printing Press - Erasmus - Martin Luther
Post Reformation Europe - Peasants' Revolt - State Churches - Counter Reformation - Thirty Years' War - Seventeenth-century Europe
We are now stationed at the Beginnings of the English Nation - Alfred the Great - Norman Conquest - Magna Carta - Parliament - Hundred Years' War, Wars of the Roses, Henry VIII, English Reformation - Elizabeth I - Defeat of the Spanish Armada - English Civil War - Restoration of Monarchy - Glorious Revolution
We will soon be heading toward the Age of Exploration: Asia and the Americas.
He sure has covered a lot of ground in this study!
I know he is excited to get into the study of 18th century classical music due to his interest in Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and the 19th century German composer Ludwig van Beethoven. He is going to enjoy learning about the great musicians of the 19th and 20th centuries!
Along the way he has been working on Geography projects that go with the study. He completed a Geography project on the British Isles today.