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  • Oct 13, 1000

    4 MIllion years ago - Australopithecine

    4 MIllion years ago - Australopithecine
    Australopithecine- Early Humans tha walked upright opposable thumb.
  • Period: Oct 13, 1000 to

    Early Human TIme Toast B.C

  • 2.5 Million years ago - Homo Habilis

    2.5 Million years ago - Homo Habilis
    Homo Habilies- Found in east Africa Early humans that used Lava rocks.
  • Period: to

    2.5 Million years ago - Stone Age

    Neolithic AgeAbout Cave ArtThree impressive Achivement occur
    1. Invention of tools (To cut of kill animals).
    2. Mastery over fire (Dont want sick and die, want warm).
    3. Development of Languages (Social with another people). Two parts of the Stone Age
    1. Paleolithic Age : Occured during the Ice Age.
    Cave Arts. Chopping tools were development.
    2. Neolithic Age: Tools are polished.
    Pottery is developed.
    Crops are grown, Animals are domesticated.
  • 1.6 Million years ago - Homo Erectus

    1.6 Million years ago - Homo Erectus
  • 200,000 B,C Neanderthal

    200,000 B,C Neanderthal
  • 40,000 B,C Cro- Magnon

    40,000 B,C Cro- Magnon
  • Ancient China 3950 B.C

    Ancient China 3950 B.C
  • Period: to

    River Valley Civilization

    4 River Valley Civilizations.
    1 Ancient Egypt (Nile River)
    2. Indus River Valley (Indus River)
    3. Ancient China (Yangze River)
    4. The Fertile Crescent ( Tigris, Euthrates river)
  • Ancient Egypt 3000 B.C.

    Ancient Egypt 3000 B.C.
  • Period: to

    3000 B.C. Bronze Age

    A period of human culture between the Stone Age and the Iron Age, characterized by the use of weapons and implements made of bronze.
  • Indus Valley 2500 B.C.

    Indus Valley 2500 B.C.
  • Judaism 2000 B.C.

    Judaism 2000 B.C.
  • Period: to

    Beginnings of Religion

  • Hinduism 1500 B.C

    Hinduism 1500 B.C
  • Trojan War 1200 B.C

    Trojan War 1200 B.C
    Greeks vs. Troy(perians)
  • Rise of Greek City- States

    Rise of Greek City- States
  • Buddhism 483 B.C

    Buddhism 483 B.C
    -Founder: Buddha
    -Key Belief: Nirvara
    4 Noble Truth
    Noble Eightfold Path
    -GOD; DId not teach a personal deity
    -Holy Books: the Perfection of Wisdom Sutra
  • 753 B.C Rome is founded by Romulus and Remus

    753 B.C Rome is founded by Romulus and Remus
  • 336 B.C Alaxander the Great becomes King

    336 B.C Alaxander the Great becomes King
    His father Philip was king before him. He didn't want to inherit wealth and power (although he soon would anyway) but his true passion in life was fame. he wanted to conquer like his father, only better. his father phillip was a king before a dounut lol my mom and some one killed his father so he was next in thrown this suxss lol rolf add me at xbox live Frosty 3219.
  • 327 B,C Alexander's army reaches India

    327 B,C Alexander's army reaches India
  • 451 B.C Tewelve Tables are established

    451 B.C Tewelve Tables are established
    -Laws in Rome had been previously been unwritten leading to patrician lawmakers to carry out the law as they suited. -The 12 Tables establishe the idea that all Roman citizen had to protection of the law.
  • 509 B.C Roman Republic is established

    509 B.C Roman Republic is established
  • Persian Wars 490~ 479 B.C

    Persian Wars 490~ 479 B.C
    Greeks vs. Persians
  • Period: to

    480~430 B.C Golden Age of Ahtens

    4.Antoninus Pius : 138~161 / Reign largely a period of peace
    and prosperity.
  • Period: to

    461~ 429 B.C Age of Pericles

  • 430 B,C Athenian Plague

    430 B,C Athenian Plague
    It was the early years of the Peloponnesian war, and Greek city-states Athens and Sparta were at each other’s throats. Athens had withdrawn behind its city walls to allow its navy to attack the Spartan land troops, so the city was densely populated with Athenians moving in from all over the countryside. Suddenly, a deadly and highly contagious disease entered the city through its port, turning the crowded city into a plague breeding ground. The contagion spread at an incredible rate, causing ram
  • Period: to

    431~404 B.C Peloponnesian War

  • Solon appointed leader and begins reforns (Athens) 594 B.C

    Solon appointed leader and begins reforns (Athens) 594 B.C
    -596 B.C Renewed conflict with Cirrha over the island of Salamis, in which Athens prevailed. -594 B.C Became Archon of Attica. Bestowed with great powers to reform constitution, due to civic unrest. Repealed laws of Draco. Divided population into four classes. Passed laws that aided debtors. -565 B.C Spent ten years traveling to Egypt, Cyrus, and Lydia. / Visited the court of Cr
  • Draco write the first legal code (Athen) 621 B.C

  • Period: to

    264~ 146 B.C Punic Wars

    Series of three wars btween Rome and Carthage 1st: Rome defeats carthage and gains Sicily 2ed: Hannibal(Carhage) invades Italy but is later defeated by
    Scipio(Rome). 3rd: Rome destory Carthage. Completely never worry about
    them.
  • Helot Revolt 600 B.C

    Helot Revolt 600 B.C
  • 100 B.C Slaves make up 1/3 of Rome's population

    100 B.C Slaves make up 1/3 of Rome's population
    Rich landowners control many slaves to work the land. Slaves came from war risoner from fight with Rome.
  • 63 B.C Jews come under Roman control

    63 B.C Jews come under Roman control
    Rome conquered Jerusalem in 70 A.D. ending the national independence gained during the Jewish War (66-70 A.D.). Despite being under Roman control, much of the land in Judea was still in Jewish hands; the Jews were neither exiled nor enslaved. Seventy years after the destruction of the temple in Jerusalem, the Jews in Judea began a war against the Roman Empire (4a). The war lasted for three years from late summer A.D. 132 through late autumn A.D. 135. The war was led by Shim’on ben.
  • 44 B.C Julius Caesar is named dictator for life

    44 B.C Julius Caesar is named dictator for life
    Through cicil war the Republic collapses leaving a leadership void.
  • 27 B.C Pax Romana begins

    27 B.C Pax Romana begins
    This 200 year period of peace and stability allowed the Roman Empire to achieve new heights in technology, agriculture, science, and the arts. The Roman Empire was a very civilized place during this time, and life was generally comfortable, and good.
  • 6~4 B.C Jesus is born Judea

    6~4 B.C Jesus is born Judea