Ancient Egypt

  • Period: Jan 29, 1000 to

    Egyptian Timespan

  • Jan 29, 1070

    The end of Ancient Egypt

    This marks the beginning of Post-empire Egypt.
  • Period: Jan 29, 1070 to

    The New Kingdom

    Egypt is now one of the most powerful civilizations of Southwest Asia through the help of military campaigns.
  • Jan 29, 1279

    Ramses II gains control

    When Amenhotep was Pharaoh, his religious fevolution lost Egypt land. Ramses II came back on the offensive and got it back.
  • Jan 29, 1347


    King Tut begins his reign and helps restore the memory of the old gods.
  • Jan 29, 1364

    Akhenaten takes the Throne

    He establishes more of a montheistic religion and cult, disbanding the old gods.
  • Jan 29, 1470

    Hatshepsut dies and the kingdom is taken over by Thutmose

    Thutmose was Hatshepsut's nephew. He led 17 military campains through Syria and Palestine.
  • The Inasion of Egypt

    A groupf of people from western Asia, the Hyksos, overwhelmed the Egyptian warriors.
  • Period: to

    Middle Kingdom

    The Mddle Kingdom boasted the quick expansion of Egypt throughtrade and the conquering of other nearby places.
  • Beginning of no Leadership

    This began 150 years of a noncentralized power.
  • Period: to

    The Old Kingdom

    The Old Kingdom sparked the beginning of the pharaohs and started a time of prosperity and splendor. Was mostly run by a governing bureaucracy, was divided into 42 provinces and they were all run by a governor appointed by the pharaoh. Egyptians also started to practice mummification, the process of preserving a body for a long time.
  • The building of the Pyramid of Giza

    This was when the building of the Great Pyramid of Giza began.
  • King Menes

    King Menes unites Upper and Lower Egypt and created the first royal dynasty. The Egyptian rulers were then known as "King of Upper and Lower Egypt", making them also wear double crowns to represent the unity of them.