Historic Timeline

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  • -490 BCE

    Battle of Marathon

    Battle of Marathon
    The Battle of Marathon took place in 490 B.C when persian started to invade Greece. The big Persian tried three times to conquer Greece but they were very unfortunate. The Greeks won the early battle by using the formation called “Phalanx”.The Phalanx formation is described as when foot soldiers fight side by side with spear and shields. After Greeks victory the Pheidippides ran 26 miles to inform Athens of the victory. It was very important because Greeks fought with Persians and they won.
  • -480 BCE

    Battle of Salamis

    Battle of Salamis
    The battle of salamis was occurred when the Persians started to attack Greek. The Greek had a huge advantage against the Persians. The greek were very powerful and smart with their boats. The boats were very strong and it sinked ⅓ of persians boats. Persians were very unlucky because they did everything to overcome Greek but they were very unlucky with their plan.
  • -480 BCE

    Battle of Salamis

    Battle of Salamis
    The battle of salamis was occurred when the Persians started to attack Greek. The Greek had a huge advantage against the Persians. The greek were very powerful and smart with their boats. The boats were very strong and it sinked ⅓ of persians boats. Persians were very unlucky because they did everything to overcome Greek but they were very unlucky with their plan.
  • -479 BCE

    Battle of Thermopylae

    Battle of Thermopylae
    The Battle of Thermopylae took place in 480-479 B.C. Greeks were united to stop 10,000 Persians. 300 Spartans held the Thermopylae, a mountain pass for three days. They eventually lost. Spartans found a secret passage around the mountains. It was a trail through the mountains that was give my a Greek Traitor. The significance of this battle was how 300 spartans held of 10,000 Persians for 3 days.
  • -478 BCE

    Delian League

    Delian League
    Delian League was formed at 478 B.C under the Athens leadership. It built a powerful navy and trading empire. Throughout the years the Athens became to powerful as the leader of the Delian League. Initially members swore to hold the same enemies and allies by taking an oath. Members were expected to give tributes to the treasury which was used to build and maintain the naval fleet led by Athens.
  • -478 BCE

    Delian League

    Delian League
    Delian League was formed at 478 B.C under the Athens leadership. It built a powerful navy and trading empire. Throughout the years the Athens became to powerful as the leader of the Delian League. Initially members swore to hold the same enemies and allies by taking an oath. Members were expected to give tributes to the treasury which was used to build and maintain the naval fleet led by Athens
  • -460 BCE

    Thucydides

    Thucydides
    He was a historian who wrote a primary source account of the peloponnesian War. He wrote a book called “History of the Peloponnesian War”. It explained the significance about Sparta and the Athens. His writing focused on evidence-gathering and fact analysis.The significance about Thucydides was that he was a greatest of ancient greek that provided analysis of a nation’s politics.
  • -431 BCE

    Peloponnesian War

     Peloponnesian War
    The Peloponnesian War occurred in 431 B.C during a ancient Greek war. Pericles was the leader of athens that used citizens behind the city’s wall. The Peloponnesian war included Athens and Sparta. Sparta wins the battle when Athens undergoes a plague in the 2nd year in which ⅓ of the population dies. The significance about Pericles was that he was a coward and he used people to defend him.
  • -431 BCE

    Peloponnesian War

    Peloponnesian War
    The Peloponnesian War occurred in 431 B.C during a ancient Greek war. Pericles was the leader of athens that used citizens behind the city’s wall. The Peloponnesian war included Athens and Sparta. Sparta wins the battle when Athens undergoes a plague in the 2nd year in which ⅓ of the population dies. The significance about Pericles was that he was a coward and he used people to defend him.
  • -364 BCE

    Philip The || conquerors League

    Philip The || conquerors League
    Philip returned to Macedon in 364 B.C. He took over both city states because they both couldn’t fight back against Philip.He was known for his dad (Alexander the Great’s father). He restored peace over many countries and gained dominance over Greek military. He was a huge ruler against a largest empire. The significance about Philip the || was that he used his dad power to conquer other large empires.
  • -300 BCE

    Golden Age

     Golden Age
    The Golden age occurred between the Persian war and the peloponnesian war. Athens became very wealthy and powerful as the Delian League after the Persian war. Pericles was the leader of Athens during the Golden Age (461-429 BC). When Pericles was the leader of athens he did amazing stuff to it. He increased democracy, created the strongest navy and he made athens beautiful with his hard work.Historical significance was when Classical art came through with the golden age and the Theatre to.
  • Period:
    2,050 BCE
    to
    1,652 BCE

    Middle Kingdom

    The Middle Kingdom is the period in the history of ancient Egypt stretching from the establishment of the Eleventh Dynasty to the end of the Fourteenth Dynasty, between 2050 BC and 1652 BC.