Early Humanity Zone

Early Humanity Zone

Find out how people lived thousands of years ago. Immerse yourself in ancient societies, from Egypt to Britain via Rome!

Visit the earliest organised groups of humans coming together to create a larger society, from 3500 BCE to 1 CE. At the beginning of this period, the Stone Age came to an end and the first true civilizations were formed, first in Mesopotamia, and later in America, India, Egypt, the Mediterranean and Asia.

Shape your chronological knowledge of early human history and immerse yourself in these incredible cultures. Explore the lives of people from the Bronze Age (including the magnificent Stonehenge), Ancient Egypt, and the Ancient Roman Empire.

All of the scenes contained within this zone are shown below:

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The Ancient Greek Gods

Welcome to Mount Olympus, the home of 12 important Greek Gods and Goddesses. The ancient Greeks had a particular set of beliefs that helped them to understand themselves and the world around them. Each Greek God or Goddesses stood for something, and the ancient Greeks would worship specific Gods for varied reasons.
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Alexander the Great

During the fourth century BCE, Alexander the Great of Macedon began a new period of history, this was known as The Hellenistic Age. Derived from the term Hellene, meaning Greek, this Hellenistic Age saw the spread of Greek ideas and culture south down to Egypt and east towards modern-day Afghanistan.
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Ancient Greece – The Olympics

Explore the ancient Olympic arena and learn about the roots of the famous sporting event.
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The Inca Civilisation

Explore Machu Picchu and learn about the Inca Empire at the height of its glory.
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Ancient Egypt and The River Nile

Take a trip to the River Nile in the time of the Ancient Egyptians and learn about its importance in the development of their civilization.
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The Great Wall of China

Visit the Great Wall of China during its construction over two thousand years ago and learn how, why and where it was built.
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The Colosseum

Explore a reconstruction of the Colosseum of Rome, from the arena floor where Gladiators fought, up to the highest levels of tiered seating for the audience.
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The Indus Valley

Explore the Indus Valley to learn about this historical time period in detail.
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Roman Britain – Hadrian’s Wall

Explore a reconstruction of Hadrian's Wall to learn about its purpose and significane throuhgout time. Students can explore the wall itself, a fort and a milecastle which were built and lived in by the soliders who built the wall.
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Life in Ancient Rome

Explore a reconstruction of an Ancient Roman Street to learn about important places where people would visit as a part of their daily life in Ancient Rome.
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Life of an Aztec family

Explore the small Aztec village to learn about how people lived in the Aztec period. Explore the jobs that were avaible, housing conditions and the Aztec diet.
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Roman Villa

What was life like for the people of Ancient Rome? Travel back nearly two thousand years and find yourself in one of the most important rooms of a domus, or villa.
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Stonehenge

Stand in the centre of this incredible ancient monument and feel the significance of the huge standing stones, painstakingly placed here thousands of years ago.
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Ancient Egyptian Temple

Explore the grandeur of an Ancient Egyptian temple, with its lavish decoration and statues to the powerful gods, Find out why places like these were so important to this ancient society.
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Maya Civilization

Explore an ancient Mesoamerican settlement and discover what life was like for the Maya people, from ball games to temples and mud huts to palaces.

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This ZONE is contained within the Trip Through Time Land