4B Keyveon Cradic World History Timeline

  • 6000 BCE


    a native or inhabitant of ancient or modern Persia (or Iran), or a person of Persian descent.
  • 3500 BCE

    Hammurabi's Code

    Hammurabi's Code
    The set of laws drawn up by Babylonian king Hammurabi dating to 3500 BC, the earliest legal code known in its entirety.
  • 3500 BCE


    relating to or characteristic of the ancient southwestern Asian region of Mesopotamia or its inhabitants
  • 3300 BCE


    ancient civilization that flourished in the Indus River valley.
  • 3000 BCE


    a native of ancient or modern Egypt, or a person of Egyptian descent.
  • 2700 BCE

    Pyramid of Cheops

    Pyramid of Cheops
    A massive monument with a square base and four triangular sides, begun by Cheops around 2700 BC as royal tombs in ancient Egypt
  • 1519 BCE

    tenochitlan found

    a Spanish explorer and conquistador who landed on the coast of Mexico in 1519. Learning of the powerful Aztec empire and its capital city of Tenochtitlan.
  • 1500 BCE


    a member of a Semitic people inhabiting ancient Phoenicia and its colonies. The Phoenicians prospered from trade and manufacturing until the capital, Tyre, was sacked by Alexander the Great in 332 BC.
  • 1400 BCE


    they established the kingdoms of Israel and Judah, and their scriptures and traditions form the basis of the Jewish religion.
  • 500 BCE

    Democracy begins in athens

    Democracy begins in athens
    The first known democracy in the world, Athenian democracy developed in 500 BC in the Greek city-state of Athens.
  • 480 BCE

    Battle of Thermopylae

    a fierce battle fought in close combat between troops in predetermined positions at a chosen time and place.
  • 336 BCE


    During this period Greek culture flourished, spreading through the Mediterranean and into the Near East and Asia and centering on Alexandria in Egypt and Pergamum in Turkey.
  • 331 BCE

    Alex the great defeats darius

    In 331 BC Alexander's army of the Hellenic League defeats the Persian army of Darius III near Gaugamela.
  • 259 BCE


    relating to China or its language, culture, or people.
  • 146 BCE


    relating to ancient Rome or its empire or people
  • 221

    qin rule begins

    The first dynasty of Imperial China, lasting from 221 to 206 BC. Named for its heartland of Qin
  • 256


    the branch of the Indo-European language family comprising classical and modern Greek.
  • 300


    a native or inhabitant of the region of Meso-America.
  • 313

    Constantinople made capital

    Constantinople made capital by emperor Constantine.
  • 320


    relating to India or to the subcontinent comprising India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh
  • 400


    relating to Japan or its language, culture, or people
  • 476

    Fall of rome

    Fall of rome
    Two of the main events of the Fall of Rome were the plundering of the city of Rome by an invading tribe, the Vandals, in the middle years of the century and the abdication of the last Roman emperor, Romulus Augustulus, in 476.
  • 483

    Buddha dies

    Buddha dies
    The Buddha died of old age, when he was eighty years old.
  • 500

    Middle age group

    Began with the fall of the Western Roman Empire and merged into the Renaissance and the Age of Discovery. ... The medieval period is itself subdivided into the Early, High, and Late Middle Ages.
  • 532

    Hagia sophia is built

    Hagia sophia is built
    Church of the Holy Wisdom or Church of the Divine Wisdom, cathedral built at Constantinople
  • 622

    Hegira begins

    migration or journey of the Islamic prophet Muhammad and his followers from Mecca to Yathrib
  • 622


    relating to Islam.
  • 661

    Schism of sunni and shia

    A dispute over succession to Muhammad as a caliph of the Islamic community spread across various parts of the world.
  • Sep 10, 732

    Battle of Tours

    Battle of Tours
    Was fought on October 10, 732 between the franks and islamics
  • 790


    Any of the Scandinavian seafaring pirates and traders who raided and settled in many parts of northwestern Europe in the 8th–11th centuries.
  • 900


    relating to Russia, its people, or their language.
  • 1054


    relating to Byzantium, the Byzantine Empire, or the Eastern Orthodox Church.
  • 1206


    a native or inhabitant of Mongolia
  • 1215

    magna carta

    a document constituting a fundamental guarantee of rights and privileges.
  • 1280

    mansa musa hajj

    He became the first Muslim ruler in West Africa to make the nearly four thousand mile journey to Mecca
  • 1337

    Hundred years war begins

    A long struggle between England and France over succession to the French throne.
  • 1378

    Great schism

    A split within the Roman Catholic Church that lasted from 1378 to 1417
  • May 29, 1453

    Fall of constantinople

    The capture of the capital of the Byzantine Empire by an invading army of the Ottoman Empire on 29 May 1453.
  • Decree of milan

    The Milan Decree was issued on December 17, 1807 by Napoleon I of France to enforce the Berlin Decree of 1806 which had initiated the Continental System.