Challenge Timeline by KR

Timeline created by KyleeRHS
In History
  • Period:
    4,000 BCE
    to
    450

    Age of Ancient Empires

  • 3,500 BCE

    Mesopotamia and Sumer

  • 3,100 BCE

    Egyptians

  • 3,000 BCE

    Indus river valley civilization

  • 2,800 BCE

    Minoans and Mycenaeans

  • 2,550 BCE

    Seven Wonders of the ancient world

  • 2,166 BCE

    Patriarchs of Israel

  • 2,000 BCE

    Hittites and Canaanites

  • 2,000 BCE

    Kush

  • 1,900 BCE

    Assyrians

  • 1,900 BCE

    Babylonians

  • 1,766 BCE

    China's shang dynasty

  • 1,500 BCE

    Hinduism in India

  • 1,500 BCE

    Phonecians and the alphabet

  • 1,500 BCE

    Olmecs of Mesoamerica

  • 1,446 BCE

    Israelite Exodus and desert wandering

  • 1,406 BCE

    Israelite conquest and judges

  • 1,100 BCE

    Greek dark ages

  • 1,051 BCE

    Israel's united kingdom

  • 1,000 BCE

    Early Native Americans

  • -931 BCE

    Israel divides into 2 kingdoms

  • -800 BCE

    Homer and Hesiod

  • -753 BCE

    Rome founded by Romulus and Remus

  • -722 BCE

    Israel falls to assyria

  • -612 BCE

    Assyria falls to babylon

  • -604 BCE

    Lao tzu, Confucius, Buddha

  • -597 BCE

    Judah fall to Babylon Temple destroyed

  • -539 BCE

    Babylon falls to Persia

  • -538 BCE

    Jews return and rebuild the temple

  • -509 BCE

    Roman republic

  • -479 BCE

    golden age of Greece

  • Period:
    -450 BCE
    to
    -380 BCE

    Hippocrates

  • -431 BCE

    Peloponnesian Wars

  • Period:
    -384 BCE
    to
    -322 BCE

    Aristotle

  • -331 BCE

    Persia falls to Alexander the great

  • -321 BCE

    India's mauryan empire

  • -300 BCE

    Mayans of mesoamerica

  • Period:
    -287 BCE
    to
    -212 BCE

    Archimedes

  • -264 BCE

    Punic wars

  • Period:
    -190 BCE
    to
    -120 BCE

    Hipparchus

    Determined distance from sun and moon to earth. He made a trig table.
  • -146 BCE

    Rome conquers Greece

  • -100 BCE

    Roman dictator Julius Caesar

  • -27 BCE

    Caesar Augustus and the pax Romana

  • -5 BCE

    John the Baptist

  • -4 BCE

    Jesus the Messiah

  • 30

    Pentecost and the early church

  • 64

    Persecution spreads the gospel

  • 70

    Herod's Temple destroyed by Titus

  • Period:
    100
    to
    170

    Ptolemy

    Wrote Almagest and Quadripatium
  • Period:
    129
    to
    216

    Galen

  • 286

    Diocletian divides Roman Empire

  • 313

    Constantine legalized Christianity

  • 320

    India's Gupta dynasty

  • 325

    council of nicea

  • 354

    Augustine of Hippo

  • 405

    Jerome completes the Vulgate

  • 410

    Visigoths sack Rome

  • Period:
    450
    to
    1500

    the middle ages

  • 451

    council of chalcedon

  • 476

    Western Roman empire falls to barbarians

  • 527

    Byzantine emperor Justinian

  • 529

    Benedict and monasticism

  • 622

    Muhammad founds Islam

  • 700

    Zanj and early Ghana in Africa

  • 732

    Franks defeat Muslims at the battle of tours

  • 750

    golden age of Islam

  • 793

    Vikings raid and trade

  • 794

    Japan's heian period

  • 800

    Charlemagne crowned emperor of Europe

  • 871

    Alfred the great of England

  • 900

    Erik the Red and Leif Erikson, Norse explorers

  • 958

    Vladimir I of Kiev

  • 976

    Byzantine emperor basil II

  • 1066

    Norman conquest and feudalism in Europe

  • 1095

    The Crusades

  • 1100

    Zimbabwe and early Mali in Africa

  • 1100

    Aztecs of mesoamerica

  • 1181

    Francis of Assisi and Thomas Aquinas

  • 1192

    Japan Shoguns

  • 1200

    Incas of South America

  • 1206

    Genghis Khan rules the mongols

  • 1215

    England's Magna Carta

  • 1250

    Ottoman Empire

  • 1271

    Marco Polo's journey to China

  • 1337

    The Hundred Years War and Black Death

  • 1350

    The Renaissance

  • 1368

    China's Ming Dynasty

  • Period:
    1400
    to

    Age of exploration

  • 1419

    Prince Henry founds school of navigation

  • 1440

    Slave trade in Africa

  • 1451

    Cristoforo Colombo born

    Cristoforo Colombo born
    AKA Christopher Columbus
  • Period:
    1452
    to
    1519

    Leonardo da Vinci

  • 1455

    Gutenberg's printing press

  • 1460

    Songhai in Africa

  • 1462

    Sir Ivan the Great of Russia

  • Period:
    Feb 19, 1473
    to
    1543

    Nicolaus Copernicus

    Heliocentric Model
  • 1478

    The Spanish Inquisition

  • 1492

    Columbus sailed to the Caribbean

  • 1492

    Colombo received funding

    Colombo received funding
    From Queen Isabella of Castile and King Ferdinand.
  • Period:
    1500
    to

    Age of absolute monarchs

  • 1501

    Colombo's Apologia

    Written on his reflections of his journies.
  • May 20, 1506

    Cristoforo Colombo died

    Cristoforo Colombo died
  • 1517

    Protestant Reformation

  • 1519

    Spanish conquistadors in the americas

  • 1536

    Calvin's Institutes of the Christian religion

  • 1545

    Council of Trent

  • Period:
    1564
    to

    Galileo Galilei

    Built a better telescope
  • Period:
    Dec 27, 1571
    to

    Kepler

  • Period: to

    Pocahontas

  • Baroque period of the arts

  • Japan's Isolation

  • Jamestown founded

  • Separatists flee to Holland

  • Plymouth Colony founded

  • Mayflower arrived in New Plymouth

    New Plymouth aka Massachusetts near cape cod.
  • Period: to

    Blaise Pascal

  • Period: to

    Giovanni Cassini

  • Period: to

    Robert Boyle

  • Period: to

    Antonie van Leeuwenhoek

  • Period: to

    Robert Hooke

  • Period: to

    Isaac Newton Jr. (Sir Isaac Newton)

  • Period: to

    Age of enlightenment

  • Hudson's bay company

  • Period: to

    Daniel Bernoulli

  • Period: to

    Benjamin Franklin

    Invented: bifocals, the rocking chair, lightning rod, and lending library.
  • Period: to

    Carl Linnaeus

  • Period: to

    George Washington

  • First great Awakening

  • Period: to

    Daniel boone

  • Period: to

    Paul Revere

  • Period: to

    Patrick Henry

    Successful Lawyer
  • Period: to

    Patrick Henry

  • Classical period of the arts

  • Period: to

    James Madison

  • French and Indian War

  • Period: to

    Molly Pitcher

  • Period: to

    Captain Nathan Hale

    A patriot in the Revolutionary War, hanged by the British, Famous last words ' I only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country.'
  • Period: to

    Alexander Hamilton

  • Period: to

    The 7 years' war

    The French were building in British territory when told to stop, a war started.
  • Period: to

    Age of Industry

  • Treaty Of Paris

    French ceded most of North America to britian.
  • Patrick Henry elected into Virginia house of Burgesses

  • Period: to

    Eli Whitney

    Invented cotton gin
  • Period: to

    Dolly Madison

  • James Cook Sails to Australia and Antarctica

  • Boston Massacre

  • Boston Tea Party

  • Patrick Henry represents Virginia at 1st continental congress

  • American Revolution and General George Washington

  • Liberty or Death speech

    By Patrick Henry
  • First shots fired at Lexington and Concord.

  • Declaration of independence written

  • Declaration of independence adopted by congress

  • Congress agreed to Articles of Confederation

  • Articles of Confederation

    The first U.S. Constitution
  • Treaty Of Paris

    Ended Revolutionary war
  • Madison's Constitution and the Bill of Rights

  • Period: to

    Federalist papers written

    Written by Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay
  • Federalist paper: number 30

    By Hamilton.
  • Articles of Confederation Replaced by the U.S. constitution

  • Period: to

    Sacajawea

  • Federalist paper: Number 47

    Written by James Madison.
  • U.s. Constitution Ratified

  • French Revolution

  • Second Great Awakening

  • Period: to

    Michael Faraday

  • Period: to

    Sam Houston

  • Louisiana purchase

    Jefferson finalized the payment. Fifteen Million dollars for Louisiana.
  • Napoleon crowned emperor of France

    Fun Fact: He took the crown and placed it on his own head instead of letting the officiator do his job.
  • Lewis and Clark Expedition

    The lewis and Clark expedition started by Bismark, in the Missouri River.
  • Period: to

    Robert E. Lee

  • Liberation of south America

  • Madison elected as president

  • Period: to

    Abraham Lincoln

  • Period: to

    Charles Darwin

  • Period: to

    William Makepeace Thakeray

    Born in India; Moved to England at age 5; author of Pocahontas
  • The war of 1812

  • The Missouri Compromise

  • Immigrants Flock to America

  • Period: to

    Susan B. Anthony

  • Period: to

    Fanny Crosby

  • Period: to

    Harriet Tubman

  • Period: to

    Clara Barton

  • Period: to

    Gregor Mendel

  • Period: to

    Louis Pateur

  • Period: to

    Thomas Buchanan Read

    Born in Pennsylvania. Author of 'Valley Forge', an excerpt from his poetry piece ' Headquarters '.
  • The Monroe Doctrine

  • Period: to

    Stonewall Jackson

  • Romantic Period of the Arts

  • Period: to

    Joseph Lister

  • Period: to

    Francis Miles Finch

    Born in new york, Became a judge, went to college at yale. Author of 'Nathan Hale'
  • Period: to

    James Clerk Maxwell

  • Period: to

    Dmitri Mendeleev

  • Cherokee Trail of Tears

    3 of the 5 Indian groups who did not cooperate with the Indian Removal Act were Marched off their land escorted by U.S. soldiers. Many died of starvation, exposure, and a lack of being able to keep in good health.
  • Period: to

    Hezekiah Butterworth

    A poet who was born in Rhode Island; a prolific speaker; and the writer of "Five kernels of Corn".
  • U.S. Westward expansion

  • William M.T. began serialization of Vanity Fair

  • Period: to

    Thomas Edison

  • Marx publishes the Communist Manifesto

  • California gold rush began

    California gold rush began
  • The compromise of 1850

  • William M.T's 1st lecture in the U.S.

  • U.S. Restores Trade with Japan

  • William M.T's 2nd lecture in the U.S.

  • California gold rush ended

    California gold rush ended
  • The Dred Scott Decision

  • British Queen Victoria's Rule over India

  • Period: to

    Theodore Roosevelt

  • Period: to

    Max Planck

  • Darwin Publishes The Origin of Species

  • Lincoln's War Between the States

  • Period: to

    Henry Ford

  • Period: to

    George Washington Carver

  • Reconstruction of the Southern States

  • Dominion of Canada

  • Period: to

    Marie Curie

  • Otto von Bismark Unifies Germany

  • Period: to

    Stephen Crane

    Author of Red Badge of Courage. Died of tuberculosis.
  • Period: to

    Albert Einstein

  • Period: to

    Helen Keller

  • Period: to

    Douglas MacArthur

  • Boer Wars in Africa

  • Period: to

    Niels Bohr

  • Hezekiah Butterworth published "Five Kernels of Corn"

    Based off the pilgrims' difficulty living in 1620.
  • The Spanish-American War

  • The progressive era

  • Australia Becomes a Commonwealth

  • Mexican Revolution

  • Period: to

    Ronald Regan

  • WW1 and President Wilson

  • Period: to

    Francis Crick

  • Lenin and the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia

  • U.S. Evangelist Billy Graham

  • Modern Period of the Arts

  • James Watson born

  • The Great Depression and the New Deal

  • Period: to

    Martin Luther King Jr.

  • WW2 and President Franklin D. Roosevelt

  • Stalin of the USSR and Katyn Massacre

  • The United Nations Formed

  • The Cold War

  • Gandhi and India's Independence

  • Jewish State Established

  • Mao and Communist Victory in China

  • North Atlantic Treaty Organization

  • The Korean War

  • MLK Jr. and the Civil Rights Movement

  • Jim and Elisabeth Elliot, Missionaries to Equador

  • The Antarctic Treaty

  • Berlin Wall Built

  • The Vietnam War

  • U.S. Astronauts Walk on the Moon

  • Period: to

    Age of Information and Globalization

  • Watergate, President Nixon Resigns

  • Fall of Communism in Eastern Europe

  • Berlin Wall Demolished

  • European Union Formed

  • Apartheid Abolished in South Africa

  • Twin towers and World Trade Center attacked

  • Rising tide of Freedom