Madam Marie Curie / A Woman Died for Science

Maria Sklodowska/ Madam Currie was a Poland chemist and physicist, the first woman achieved doctor license in Europe and won the Nobel Prize also the only woman who won Nobel Prize in both Chemist and Physics.

She was born in Warsaw, Poland in 07.November.1867. Her father was a math and physics teacher, mother was a manager in a dorm. She lost one of her sisters and mother before she reached 12.

She would like to study on natural science. However, in Poland under Russian sovereign, it was forbidden to study science for girls. Having sent her elder sister to Paris, Sorbonne, she had moved to Paris. While her sister was studying on medicine, she was participating physics lessons.

1991 - Desert Storm / War on CNN Live

-1457 451 1066 1453 1917
-490 624 1071 1827 1944

If one would like to define an object in space, have to use dimensions like x, y or time. These dimensions give opportunity to differ, compare or classify objects in each other.

History is not an object that we can define it in space. However there are some dimensions, I have named like that, we can define historical milestones. TIME - GEOGRAPHY - BELIEF - STATE - CIVILIZATION - LANGUAGE can be used to classify history. For instance Turkic Civilizations' Economy History or Europeans' Science History or Battles in Antique Age.

So I have decided to build a table which enables me to filter with these dimensions to differ and classify milestones.

Of course, this is neither an academic nor resulted project, I have made all of these in order to learn and this is the endless process. Furthermore, I've decided principle for adding milestones. Only milestones that have been recently read or studied can be added to that list. So, there are lots of milestones and decisive people in history that surely deserve to be in that list but I have not read or study about them yet so not available for NOW.

-111 - Spartacus (İlham veren Köle)