7HGP21 Timeline of 20 historic events

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  • 700 BCE


    A chinese philosopher who created a belief system called Confucianism which focuses on personal ethics and morals.
  • 500 BCE

    Gautama Buddha

    Also known as Buddha, he is regarded as the founder of the religious belief system, which believes that human life is just one of suffering, and meditation, spiritual/physical labour and good behaviour brings you enlightenment, or as they call it, Nirvana.
  • 330 BCE

    Alexander the Great

    Alexander the Great was a king of the Ancient Greek kingdom of Macedon. He had spent lots of his time conducting a lengthy military. It eventually led to one of the largest empires in the world ever.
  • 45 BCE

    Julius Caesar

    Julius Caesar was a roman emperor who beat Pompey in a civil war, and most famously died after a soothsayer said 'Beware the Ides of March' which he ignored resulting to him getting stabbed 28 times.
  • 41 BCE


    Cleopatra was the last active leader of the Ptolemaic Kingdom of Egypt. After her death, the Kingdom of Egypt collapsed and turned to a part of the Roman Empire.
  • 28

    Jesus Christ

    Jesus Christ was 'the son of God'. His mother, Mary, had him after an angel asked her if she was willing to bear the son of God. He was given 3 gifts by 3 mages. His most famous miracle was him changing water to wine at the wedding of Cana. He died after the Jews crucified him, but 3 days later his spirit came back down to his Apostles.
  • 71

    IL Colosseo

    IL Colosseo is an oval amphitheater which was used to host gladiator fights. It is now one of the seven wonders of the world, and one of the most famous tourist attractions in the world
  • 570

    Muhammed (Mecca Period)

    Muhammed ibn Abdullah was a Arab spiritual and political leader, who also founded the religion of Islam. He lived in Mecca for the first 52 years of his life until the Hijra
  • 625

    Muhammed (Post-Hijra Period)

    This was the time where he escaped Mecca for Medina to escape persecution. When he had arrived, he wanted to teach them Islam and turn Medina turn into an Arabian Army.
  • 801


    The Vikings were big men from Scandinavia who raided as far as Canada to conquer England. They made large rowboats of turf and timber from all over Scandinavia. They used the Norwegian Sea and Baltic Sea to navigate around Europe.
  • 1095

    The Crusades

    The crusades were initiated by religion and beliefs, and sometimes were directed by the Latin Church to liberate Jerusalem and its surrounding areas from Islamic Rule.
  • 1227

    Genghis Khan

    Genghis Khan was a born Mongol and became the first Great Khan of the Mongol Empire. He slaughtered approximately 40,000,000 people while ruling his empire.
  • 1504


    Michelangelo was a famous sculptor of the Renaissance Era who most famously made the sculpture of David. Michelangelo also painted the "Sistine Chapel Ceiling" and "The Creation of The Sun and The Moon". My dads name is Michelangelo and so is the Ninja Turtle.
  • William Shakespeare

    William Shakespeare was a poet, play writer, and actor. He is still regarded as the world's greatest English writer and world's greatest poet. He created such plays as Romeo and Juliet, and Macbeth.
  • George Washington

    George Washington was an American Political leader. He had served as a military general, statesman, and served as the first U.S President. He was one of the four Founding Fathers. He is on the $1 bill.
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, mostly known as Mozart, was a once-in-a-generation talent, composing pieces at 8 years old. He created immaculate pieces at his age such as Requiem and the Magic Flute
  • Napoleon Bonaparte

    Napoleon was a French Military leader who rose to prominance during the French Revolution and led several successful campaigns during the Revolutionary Wars. He was the de facto leader of the French Republic as First Consul from 1799 to 1804.
  • The Indian Munity

    The Indian Munity, or Indian Rebellion of 1857 was a major, but ultimately unsuccessful, uprising in India in 1857–58 against the rule of the British East India Company, which functioned as a sovereign power on behalf of the British Crown.
  • Michael Jordan

    Michael Jeffery Jordan is the most famous athlete of all time. He is the most recognisable athlete and his number 23 is the most used in sports. He was the first athlete to become a billionaire. He influenced many people based on his killer mentality and playstyle. He is the most referenced athlete in music and he was the first athlete to have their own movie.