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Nabola--নিহারিকা--চুমুয়ুঙ/chumuyng

Saide man abo tamo?

Biography[edit | edit source]

At least three sentences on 100 key historical figures.

Artists - Akuknairok[edit | edit source]

  1. Vincent van Gogh
  2. Michelangelo
  3. Pablo Picasso
  4. Rembrandt
  5. Diego Velázquez
  6. Leonardo da Vinci
  7. Joseph Mallord William Turner

Composers and musicians[edit | edit source]

  1. Johann Sebastian Bach
  2. The Beatles
  3. Ludwig van Beethoven
  4. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  5. Felix Mendelssohn

Explorers[edit | edit source]

  1. Roald Amundsen
  2. Jacques Cartier
  3. Christopher Columbus
  4. Hernán Cortés
  5. Francis Drake
  6. Vasco da Gama
  7. Edmund Hillary
  8. Ferdinand Magellan
  9. Marco Polo

Political leaders and activists[edit | edit source]

  1. Mustafa Kemal Ataturk
  2. Akbar the Great
  3. Alexander the Great
  4. Kofi Annan
  5. Augustus
  6. Silvio Berlusconi
  7. Otto von Bismarck
  8. Tony Blair
  9. Simón Bolívar
  10. George W. Bush
  11. Julius Caesar
  12. Hugh Capet of France
  13. Charlemagne
  14. Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor
  15. Jacques Chirac
  16. Winston Churchill
  17. Cleopatra
  18. Elizabeth I of England
  19. Franz Ferdinand
  20. Mahatma Gandhi
  21. Charles de Gaulle
  22. Hirohito
  23. Adolf Hitler
  24. Genghis Khan
  25. Martin Luther King, Jr.
  26. Vladimir Lenin
  27. Louis XIV of France
  28. Fatih Sultan Mehmed (Mehmed II)
  29. Nelson Mandela
  30. Mao Zedong
  31. Benito Mussolini
  32. Napoleon
  33. Kwame Nkrumah
  34. Sultan Suleiman Khan
  35. Peter I of Russia
  36. Phillip II of Spain
  37. Józef Piłsudski
  38. Pol Pot
  39. Richard I of England
  40. Franklin Delano Roosevelt
  41. Saladin
  42. Gerhard Schröder
  43. Shaka Zulu
  44. Sitting Bull
  45. Josef Stalin
  46. Tamerlane
  47. Leon Trotsky
  48. Harry Truman
  49. Tutankhamun
  50. Victoria of the United Kingdom
  51. Attila the Hun
  52. Lech Wałęsa
  53. Wilhelm II
  54. William I of England

Scientists, inventors and mathematicians[edit | edit source]

  1. Al-Khawarizmi
  2. Archimedes
  3. Nicolaus Copernicus
  4. Charles Darwin
  5. Sinan (Mimar Sinan)
  6. Thomas Alva Edison
  7. Albert Einstein
  8. Fibonacci
  9. Henry Ford
  10. Galileo Galilei
  11. Bill Gates
  12. Abu Rayhan Biruni
  13. Karl Friedrich Gauss
  14. Johann Gutenberg
  15. Nikolai Lobachevsky
  16. Isaac Newton
  17. Blaise Pascal
  18. Claudius Ptolemaeus
  19. Pythagoras
  20. Wright Brothers
  21. Avicenna


Writers and thinkers[edit | edit source]

  1. Dante Alighieri
  2. Aristotle
  3. Aristophanes
  4. Isaiah Berlin
  5. Miguel de Cervantes
  6. Confucius
  7. René Descartes
  8. Diogenes of Sinope
  9. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
  10. Herodotus
  11. Hippocrates
  12. Homer
  13. Victor Hugo
  14. Immanuel Kant
  15. Lao Tzu
  16. Martin Luther
  17. Karl Marx
  18. Molière
  19. Montesquieu
  20. Plato
  21. Bertrand Russell
  22. William Shakespeare
  23. Adam Smith
  24. Socrates
  25. Sun Tzu
  26. Virgil
  27. Voltaire
  28. Zeno of Citium
  29. Zeno of Elea

History[edit | edit source]

  1. History

Note: This is rather anglocentric, and tells a story of "Western civilization"; needs expansion for other cultures significant epochs and events.

At least five sentences on:

Prehistory and ancient world[edit | edit source]

  1. Ancient China
  2. Ancient Egypt
  3. Ancient Rome
  4. Archaeology
  5. Bronze Age
  6. Byzantine Empire
  7. Human evolution
  8. Indus Valley Civilization
  9. Iron Age
  10. Macedonian Empire
  11. Mesoamerica
  12. Prehistory
  13. Seljuk Empire
  14. Stone Age
  15. Sumer

Middle Ages and Renaissance[edit | edit source]

  1. American Revolutionary War
  2. Black Death
  3. British Empire
  4. Counter-Reformation
  5. Crusade
  6. Dutch Revolt
  7. East-West Schism
  8. English Civil War
  9. Enlightenment
  10. European colonization of the Americas
  11. French Revolution
  12. Holy Roman Empire
  13. Inca
  14. Middle Ages
  15. Ming Dynasty
  16. Mughal Empire
  17. Ottoman Empire
  18. Partitions of Poland
  19. Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
  20. Protestant Reformation
  21. Renaissance
  22. Vikings
  23. Yuan Dynasty

Industrial age[edit | edit source]

  1. 1973 oil crisis
  2. Afghan-Soviet War
  3. American Civil War
  4. Apartheid
  5. British Raj
  6. Chinese Civil War
  7. Cold War
  8. Decolonization
  9. Dissolution of the Soviet Union
  10. Establishment of the State of Israel
  11. Franco-Prussian War
  12. German unification
  13. Great Depression
  14. Gulf War
  15. Holocaust
  16. Imperial Russia
  17. Indian Independence Movement
  18. Industrial Revolution
  19. Iranian Revolution
  20. Italian unification
  21. Korean War
  22. Meiji Restoration
  23. Napoleonic Wars
  24. Nazi Germany
  25. Partition of India
  26. Qing Dynasty
  27. Reunification of Germany
  28. Russian Civil War
  29. Russian Revolution
  30. Scramble for Africa
  31. Solidarity
  32. Space exploration
  33. Spanish Civil War
  34. Treaty of Versailles
  35. Vietnam War
  36. World War I
  37. World War II

Geography[edit | edit source]

  1. Geography
  2. City
  3. Continent
  4. Country
  5. Desert
  6. Mountain
  7. Ocean
  8. Region
  9. River
  10. Sea

Continents and major regions[edit | edit source]

At least three sentences on each of the continents and major regions of the world:

  1. Africa
  2. Antarctica
  3. Asia
  4. Europe
  5. Latin America
  6. Middle East
  7. North America
  8. Oceania
  9. South America

Countries[edit | edit source]

One sentence and the table on all countries in this list.

Cities[edit | edit source]

  1. Ankara
  2. Athens
  3. Baghdad
  4. Bangkok
  5. Beijing
  6. Berlin
  7. Buenos Aires
  8. Cairo
  9. Hong Kong
  10. Istanbul
  11. Jerusalem
  12. London
  13. Madrid
  14. Manila
  15. Mecca
  16. Mexico City
  17. Moscow
  18. Mumbai
  19. New York
  20. Paris
  21. Rio de Janeiro
  22. Rome
  23. Seoul
  24. Shanghai
  25. St. Petersburg
  26. Tehran
  27. Tokyo
  28. Vienna
  29. Washington, D.C.

Bodies of water[edit | edit source]

  1. Amazon River
  2. Antarctic Ocean
  3. Arctic Ocean
  4. Atlantic Ocean
  5. Baltic Sea
  6. Black Sea
  7. Great Barrier Reef
  8. Great Lakes
  9. Indian Ocean
  10. Lake Baikal
  11. Lake Tanganyika
  12. Lake Titicaca
  13. Mediterranean Sea
  14. Mississippi River
  15. Niagara Falls
  16. Nile
  17. North Sea
  18. Pacific Ocean

Mountains, valleys and deserts[edit | edit source]

  1. Alps
  2. Andes
  3. Grand Canyon
  4. Himalaya
  5. Sahara Desert

Society[edit | edit source]

Family[edit | edit source]

  1. Family
  2. Boy
  3. Child
  4. Girl
  5. Man
  6. Woman

Politics[edit | edit source]

  1. Politics
  2. Anarchism
  3. Capitalism
  4. Communism
  5. Democracy
  6. Dictatorship
  7. Diplomacy
  8. Fascism
  9. Globalization
  10. Imperialism
  11. Liberalism
  12. Monarchy
  13. Nationalism
  14. Socialism

International organizations[edit | edit source]

  1. African Union
  2. Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)
  3. Arab League
  4. Commonwealth of Independent States
  5. Commonwealth of Nations
  6. Council of Europe
  7. European Union
  8. Geneva Conventions
  9. Interpol
  10. North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO)
  11. Nobel Prize
  12. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
  13. Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE)
  14. Olympic Games, preferably with a mention of the Paralympic Games
  15. Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC)
  16. Organization of American States
  17. United Nations

Social issues[edit | edit source]

  1. Abortion
  2. Birth control
  3. Capital punishment
  4. Freedom
  5. Human rights
  6. Peace
  7. Racism
  8. Sexism
  9. Slavery
  10. War

Culture[edit | edit source]

  • At least three sentences on:
  1. Culture
  2. Art
  3. Dance
  4. Film
  5. Music
  6. Radio
  7. Television

Architecture[edit | edit source]

  1. Architecture
  2. Arch
  3. Bridge
  4. Dome
  5. Great Wall of China
  6. Nail
  7. Pyramid
  8. Seven Wonders of the World
  9. Taj Mahal

Games, sports and activities[edit | edit source]

  1. Athletics
  2. Gambling
  3. Game
  4. Sport
  5. Swimming

Language and literature[edit | edit source]

  1. Language
  2. Literature

Philosophy[edit | edit source]

  1. Philosophy
  2. Aesthetics
  3. Body
  4. Consciousness
  5. Free will
  6. Humanism
  7. Metaphysics
  8. Mind
  9. Reality
  10. Truth
  11. Epistemology
  12. Ethics
  13. Feminism

Religion[edit | edit source]

  1. Religion

At least a five-sentence introduction to the religions:

  1. Baha'i
  2. Buddhism
  3. Christianity
  4. Confucianism
  5. Hinduism
  6. Islam
  7. Jainism
  8. Judaism
  9. Shinto
  10. Sikhism
  11. Taoism
  12. Zoroastrianism
  13. Voodoo

And an introduction to the concepts:

  1. Agnosticism
  2. Atheism
  3. Deity
  4. Religious fundamentalism
  5. Soul
  6. Spirit
  7. Theism
    1. Monotheism
    2. Polytheism

Science[edit | edit source]

At least a five-sentence introduction to the major fields:

  1. Science

Astronomy[edit | edit source]

  1. Astronomy
  2. Big Bang
  3. Solar system
  4. Galaxy
  5. Planet
  6. Star

Biology[edit | edit source]

  1. Biology
  2. Ecology
  3. Biological reproduction

Anatomy[edit | edit source]

  1. Anatomy
  2. Heart
  3. Lung
  4. Vagina
  5. Penis
  6. Kidney
  7. Stomach
  8. Liver
  9. Spleen
  10. Intestine
  11. Skeleton
  12. Breast
  13. Skin
  14. Head
  15. Arm
  16. Leg

Food and drink[edit | edit source]

  1. Drink

Medicine[edit | edit source]

  1. Medicine
  2. Health
  3. Illness
  4. Medical treatment

Organisms[edit | edit source]

  1. Organism
  2. Animal
  3. Archaea
  4. Bacteria
  5. Fungus
  6. Plant
  7. Protist

Chemistry and geology[edit | edit source]

  1. Chemistry
  2. Geology
  3. Acid
  4. Alkali
  5. Chemical element
  6. Chemical reaction
  7. Compound
  8. Metal
  9. Mineral
  10. Molecule
  11. Oil
  12. Organic chemistry
  13. pH
  14. Salt

Physics[edit | edit source]

  1. Physics
  2. Acceleration
  3. Area
  4. Atom
  5. Atomic theory
  6. Electricity
  7. Energy
  8. Force
  9. Gravity
  10. Heat
  11. Length
  12. Light
  13. Magnetism
  14. Mass
  15. Newton's laws of motion
  16. Particle physics
  17. Photon
  18. Quantum physics
  19. Relativity
  20. Thermodynamics
  21. Time
  22. Velocity

Weather and climate[edit | edit source]

  1. Weather
  2. Climate
  3. Avalanche
  4. Cloud
  5. Drought
  6. Earthquake
  7. ENSO
  8. Flood
  9. Global warming
  10. Meteorology
  11. Nuclear meltdown
  12. Rain
  13. Snow
  14. Tornado
  15. Tropical cyclone
  16. Tsunami
  17. Volcano

Technology[edit | edit source]

  1. Technology
  2. Invention
  3. Agriculture
  4. Human use of fire
  5. Clothing
  6. Metallurgy
  7. Writing
  8. Alphabet
  9. Ship
  10. Sail
  11. Inclined plane
  12. Wheel
  13. Pulley
  14. Lever
  15. Screw
  16. Wedge
  17. Weapon
  18. Explosives
  19. Bicycle
  20. Steam engine
  21. Train
  22. Automobile
  23. Electricity
  24. Electronics
  25. Electric motor
  26. Telephone
  27. Aircraft
  28. Kompiutar
  29. Operating system
  30. Laser
  31. Internet

Mathematics[edit | edit source]

  1. Mathematics
  2. Number
  3. Geometry
  4. Algebra
  5. Calculus
  6. Trigonometry
  7. Calendar
  8. Set theory
  9. Logic


Thahng di[edit | edit source]