THE HISTORY OF EVERYDAY LIFE

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  • 1,205 BCE

    ANCIENT EGYPT

    ANCIENT EGYPT
    Their cities and their houses were in the vicinity of the Nile, the pharaoh directed the activities of the family and society, in the day the peasants and the craftsmen worked, enjoyed their free time with writing, literature, science and the art.
  • 1,200 BCE

    GREECE

    GREECE
    They were engaged in handicrafts and commerce; they had to serve the army in times of war and worked the lands.
  • -754 BCE

    ROME

    ROME
    The daily routines of the inhabitants of their cities (private or family life and public life); work and holiday cycles, «leisure and business», the different occupations, trades and positions of economic, social, political and religious life.
  • -400 BCE

    WESTERN MIDDLE AGES

    WESTERN MIDDLE AGES
    The idleness was the ideal way of life since the work was something despicable that the slaves already realized, in free time they practiced the hunting. 
  • Apr 4, 1492

    AMERICA

    AMERICA
    Common activities are developed, such as dances or ritual ceremonies.  The elderly strive to keep the family space clean, along with the women. These are also responsible for cultivating the family plot, once the trees have been felled by men.
  • SPAIN

    SPAIN
    People worked in agriculture, fishing, mining, they exercised various trades such as carpentry and blacksmithing.
  • FRENCH REVOLUTION

    FRENCH REVOLUTION
    A French Revolution tried to abolish all the features of the daily life of the Old Regime, the proposed new ways of conceiving time, which would in turn achieve a different, established a new calendar that would regulate the lives of individuals differently. The French revolutionary government thus established its own way of controlling the rhythms of everyday life. 
  • END SIECLE

    END SIECLE
    Common activities are developed, such as dances or ritual ceremonies.  The elderly strive to keep the family space clean, along with the women. These are also responsible for cultivating the family plot, once the trees have been felled by men.
  • CENTURY XVIII

    CENTURY XVIII
    Common activities are developed, such as dances or ritual ceremonies.  The elderly strive to keep the family space clean, along with the women. These are also responsible for cultivating the family plot, once the trees have been felled by men.
  • 20S

    20S
    People worked daily, the children entered schools and there were spaces of diversion such as cinemas, some recreational spaces arise where people had fixed hours to attend their amusements and obligations.
  • 60S

    60S
    People adopt established routines using the clock as a means of regulation to perform certain activities, among which are work, study, family and fun, establishing schedules for each case.
  • CENTURY 21

    CENTURY 21
    People often have structured routines controlled by technological devices, in which they carry out all their activities in orderly and precise manner, setting schedules for sports, study, work and leisure time.