4A Connor Long World History Timeline

  • Period: 10,000 BCE to 360 BCE

    Egyptian Civilization

    Egypt is situated in the Nile Valley, in the north east of Africa which then spread northwards towards Memphis and the Mediterranean.
  • Period: 5000 BCE to 1044

    Indian Civilization

  • Period: 3500 BCE to 1200 BCE

    Mesopotamian Civilization

    Mesopotamia is a Greek word meaning, “Land between the Rivers”. The region is a vast, dry plain through which two great rivers, the Euphrates and Tigris, flow. These rivers rise in mountain ranges to the north before flowing through Mesopotamia to the sea.
  • 2560 BCE

    Pyramid of Cheops

    Pyramid of Cheops
    The name of the pyramid of cheops is the great pyramid of Giza. Also known as one of the seven wonders of the world, it is also the oldest and largest pyramids in the world. This pyramid is located in Egypt and was constructed during the rule of the Egyptians
  • Period: 2500 BCE to 1500 BCE

    Indus Civilization

    The huge Indus river system waters a rich agricultural landscape. The Indus plain is surrounded by high mountains, desert and ocean, and at that time there were dense forests and swamps to the east.
  • Period: 1800 BCE to 1464

    Hebrew Civilization

    This civilization was located in the ancient Middle East. Around 1400 BC they settled in Canaan, the country on the eastern coast of Mediterranean sea.
  • 1750 BCE

    Hammurabi's Code-Mesopotamia

    Hammurabi's Code-Mesopotamia
    Earliest law code; Proclaimed by King Hammurabi. a series of 282 law written on a stone pillar.
  • Period: 1550 BCE to 300 BCE

    Persian Civilization

    The Persian Empire spanned from Egypt in the west to Turkey in the north, and through Mesopotamia to the Indus River.
  • Period: 1500 BCE to

    Chinese Civilization

    The geography of Ancient China shaped the way the civilization and culture developed. The large land was isolated from much of the rest of the world by dry deserts to the north and west, the Pacific Ocean to the east, and impassable mountains to the south.
  • Period: 1500 BCE to 300 BCE

    Phoenician Civilization

    Phoenicia was an ancient civilization composed of independent city-states which lay along the coast of the Mediterranean Sea
  • Period: 1200 BCE to 400 BCE

    Mesoamerican Civilization

    This civilization was the complex of indigenous cultures that developed in parts of Mexico, Central America and South america
  • Period: 800 BCE to 404 BCE

    Hellenic Civilization

    This Civilization was located in Greece. which is located towards the center of Italy
  • 530 BCE

    The fall of Rome-Roman

    The fall of Rome-Roman
    One of the greatest empires in history, The roman was brought to it's knees after facing many harsh issues. One main issue that lead t the fall of the roman empire was the bubonic plague. killing half the civilization eventually lead to extreme trade decreases.
  • Period: 509 BCE to 476

    Roman Civilization

    Originally located in central Italy, eventually the empire came to rule the entire Mediterranean
  • 500 BCE

    The beginning of Democracy-Greek

    The beginning of Democracy-Greek
    In Athens, citizens began to vote directly on legislation and executive bills. But only men were given these rights, along with speech and political freedom.
  • 500 BCE

    Siddartha/Buddha dies-Indian Civilization

    Siddartha/Buddha dies-Indian Civilization
    Known as the "Enlightened one" the Buddha lived in present day Nepal. People know that he indeed did live, some question about the events on his life
  • 480 BCE

    Battle of Thermopylae-Persian Civilization

    Battle of Thermopylae-Persian Civilization
    This battle was fought between a truce of the Greek city-states, led by King Leonidas Of Sparta along with the Persian Empire led by Xernes the 1st over a three day period
  • 330 BCE

    Alexander the Great defeats Darius the 3rd- Persian Civilization

    This war first began against the Persians around 334 BC. Following the victory at Gaugamela, lead to a decisive quest the eventually leaf to the defeat of King Darius the 3rd
  • Period: 323 BCE to 31 BCE

    Hellenistic Civilization

    This civilization was located above the Arabian peninsula and was a part of the Fertile Crescent.
  • 330

    Constantinople made capital

    During the Byzantine Empire, the emperor who went by constantine, renamed the capital of the roman empire after himself. He is also known for the legalization of christianity.
  • Period: 500 to 1500

    Byzantine Civilization

    It was right in the middle of the Bosporus, Black Sea and the Mediterranean Sea. So, all trade between North Africa, Asia and Europe, had to pass through the capital Constantinople.
  • Period: 500 to 1500

    Middle Age Europe Civilizations

  • 537

    Hagia Sophia is built-Byzantine

    Hagia Sophia is built-Byzantine
    Built as a Greek Orthodox church, It was constructed uder the rule of Emperor Justinian the 1st.
  • 622

    The Hegira Beings

    The Islamic civilization of the muslims, the prophet Muhammad took an adventure from Mecca to Medina. This was also known as the holy trip to the holy land.
  • Period: 622 to 1258

    Islamic Civilization

    This civilization is located in Afghanistan around the southern part of the Arabian peninsula near the Sahara desert.
  • 732

    Battle of Tours-Islamic

    Battle between the Franks and the Muslims. Lasting one day, the franks had a excellent victory.
  • 1054

    The Great Schism

    The Great Schism
    This event was the was Christianity was split into the Eastern Orthodox and Roman Catholic Churches. This occurred during the Roman and the Byzantine Empires
  • Period: 1185 to

    Japanese Civilization

    The islands of Japan lie across the sea from Korea, and, further west, China. Both Korea and China have played huge roles in Japan’s history.
  • Period: 1206 to 1368

    Viking Civilization

    This Civilization was located on the European continent, as well as parts of modern-day Russia, Iceland, Greenland and Newfoundland.
  • Period: 1206 to 1368

    Mongol Civilization

    For millennia, the nomadic societies of central Asia had menaced the great centers of civilization in the Middle East, China, India and Europe.
  • 1215

    Magna Carta

    This was the charter that reduces the king's power and protected the nobles. It was settled by King John of England. this occurred during the time of the Spanish civilization.
  • 1324

    Mansa Musa Hajj

    The king of Mail, Known as King Mansa Musa. During his journey, he had stopped in Egypt and gave them a large amount of gold that ruined the economy for many years
  • Period: to

    Russian Civilization