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  • 5000 BCE

    Creation of man

    Creation of man
    The creation of man was the first major event in the history of civilization . After God had created everything we see now.(igntia.com Editors) He then made man.(igntia.com Editors)
  • 3100 BCE

    The Old Kingdom (Egypt)

    The Old Kingdom (Egypt)
    The original Egyptians were descendants of Ham through Mizraim. These people were a group scattered clans.(igntia.com Editors) around 3100 BC Egypt's diverse groups were united by Menes.(igntia.com Editors) Six dynasties reigned during the Old Kingdom.(igntia.com Editors) The division and labeling of ancient Egypt into thirty dynasties in all was the work of the Egyptian.(igntia.com Editors)
  • 3000 BCE

    first cities rose

    first cities rose
    Around 3000 BC cities first arose in Sumer.(igntia.com Editors) The cities were built by Nimrod who they called the mighty hunter.(igntia.com Editors) The fiest cities were called Babel, Erech, Accad.(igntia.com Editors)
  • Period: 2200 BCE to 1300 BCE

    The eastern world of India

    Some historians believe that India's first civilization was at least 2,500 years old.(igntia.com Editors) but most historians now believe that the Indus civilization lasted all the way from 1300 to 2200 B.C.(igntia.com Editors)
  • 2113 BCE

    Old Babylonian Empire

    Old Babylonian Empire
    Babylon was a city built pretty much on the Euphrates River which had a rich history.(igntia.com Editors) Nimrod built the first city on the site and called it Babel. people have said that the first Babel was destroyed by Sargon I who built his own capital city of Agade in its place. the city was controlled by the Third Dynasty of Ur.
  • 2060 BCE

    Middle kingdom (Egypt)

    Middle kingdom (Egypt)
    Perhaps there was some overlap between the Old and Middle Kingdom periods. After the death of Pepi II, which reigned in Memphis for ninety four years. the pharaohs began to lose control over the nobles. Independent princes ruled their own nomes as they chose. Menuhotep I founder of the Eleventh Dynasty, seems to have reunited the country and established his capital at Thebes. When the Eleventh Dynasty collapsed, the throne was taken over by Amenemhat I, founder of the Twelfth Dynasty.
  • 1900 BCE

    Aegean civilization.

    Aegean civilization.
    The Mycenaeans were Indo-European people who first arrived around the time of 1900 BC. They would then rise to power in 1400 to 1100 BC. Like other cultures in the area, they had created an urbanized lifestyle rooted in commerce and navigation. (ignitia.com Editors)
  • 1803 BCE

    The Second Intermediate Period (Egypt)

    The Second Intermediate Period (Egypt)
    The Thirteenth Dynasty was very weak and unstable. The reigns of the Pharaohs were not long lived. Out of this instability came the rule of the Hyksos. which means "chiefs of foreign lands." They were also known as "shepherd kings." The Hyksos were Asians, most of them of Semitic stock. Many scholars believe the Hyksos were in power at the time of Joseph and Jacob. Those who believe in an early date (around 1441 B.C.) for the Hebrews' Exodus from Egypt do not accept this view.
  • 1656 BCE

    The flood

    The flood
    he Biblical account of the Flood is found in Genesis, chapters 6 through 10. In Genesis 6:1 through 7, God's reasons for sending a flood are given. The only one that is not controversial is in Verse 5: "...The wickedness of man was great in the earth." The fact that man was wicked is clear.
  • 1508 BCE

    The New Kingdom, or Empire (Egypt)

    The New Kingdom, or Empire (Egypt)
    During this era Egypt reached the zenith of its strength and position as a world power. The first Pharaoh of the Eighteenth Dynasty Ahmose I of Thebes, forced the Hyksos out of the land. His armies penetrated as far as southwestern Palestine. A successor Thutmose I conducted military campaigns in Syria as far as the Euphrates River.One of the most colorful rulers of Egypt during this period was Hatshepsut, the widow of Thutmose II the daughter of Thutmose I,
  • Period: 1100 BCE to 750 BCE

    The Dark Ages (Greece)

    The Dark Ages of Greece was a confusing time in Greek history. Historians say that this about the Dark ages because descriptions do not match up. Some call it the Heroic or Homeric age because they believe events described by the poet, Homer, occurred during this period.
  • 1027 BCE

    The eastern world of China

    The eastern world of China
    there is not much known about China's history, other than the fact that it started around 1500 B.C. and was divided into multiple major dynasties. The Shang dynasty, which ruled over the north, is considered the beginning of the Shang dynasty's reign.
  • 650 BCE

    Sparta (Greece)

    Sparta (Greece)
    Sparta was the only Greek city-state that did not become part of the Greek colonization pattern. At this time, Spartans were more interested in fighting in war than trading. The Spartan system was a totalitarian government that treated the person as a slave. The person was considered the supreme member of the community.
  • 550 BCE

    Persian civilization

    Persian civilization
    The history of Persia begins with the Medes. Media had been in existence since Noahic times. It was located in what is now northwestern Iran. The Medes were a Japhetic people. For a long time they were subject to Assyrian rule, but they rebelled. Under Cyaxares they joined Babylon in bringing about the defeat and fall of Nineveh in 612 B.C. Their capital was at Ecbatana. The Persians were not like the Assyrians or the Babylonians. They were tolerant of other people.
  • 550 BCE

    The Persian Wars

    The Persian Wars
    In 550 B.C. a new leader stepped into power. His name was Cyrus (also called Cyrus the Great), became the ruler of the Medo-Persian Empire. Cyrus' son, Cambyses was the next to rule over the Medo-Persian empire. When he died, another relative, Darius I, came to the throne. In 514 B.C. Darius I attempted to cross the Bosporus As a retaliatory measure Darius sent an army by sea to conquer Athens. Met at the Bay of Marathon by an Athenian force only half their number and lost
  • 508 BCE

    athens

    athens
    The culture of Athens began in Ionia, Greece, on the Ionian Sea. The Phoenicians, who were the great sea people, taught the Greeks the script. The Greeks also learned the Hebrew alphabet.
  • 433 BCE

    The Peloponnesian War

    The Peloponnesian War
    The Peloponnesian War had its origin in a rivalry between Athens and Corinth. In 433 BC Corinth attacked Corcyra in an attempt to strengthen its western trade routes. Corcyra asked Athens for aid and received it. The city was filled with refugees from the countryside. Plague spread through the population. It started at the seaport of Piraeus and quickly spread to the main city. Thousands died. Fighting had continued for ten years.
  • Period: 30 BCE to 235

    Two-hundred year Roman Peace

    Augustus's rule marks the beginning of the two-hundred-year Roman Peace, the Two-hundred year Roman Peace was a period of relative stability throughout the Mediterranean. During that period, Jesus Christ was born and grew to manhood, and Christianity was spread throughout the world. Christ came into a world that was culturally homogeneous (almost everyone spoke Greek) and politically united.
  • Period: 180 to 476

    The Decline of the Roman Empire

    Marcus Aurelius was a strong ruler who was well-liked by the Roman people. After he died, the rule of the empire was again precarious. His son, Commodus, was not a strong leader and was overthrown in A.D. 192. Theodosius I was the last emperor to rule the entire empire. After his death, the empire was divided between his sons. The Eastern Empire became dominant and wealthy. The Western Empire became increasingly defenseless against invasions by barbarians until it finally fell in 476.
  • 395

    The Byzantine Empire

    The Byzantine Empire
    From having nine of something to the eleventh day the Byzantine Empire start to start again. The reason for this improvement happens an area of rule of powerful kings famous as the Macedonian kings the one having lines for almost two pertaining to 100 age. The greatest ruler concerning this area of rule exists Basil II, the one who reigned from 976 to 1025.
    Basil II evolve into famous as the "Bulgarian Slayer"
  • 721

    NEO-BABYLONIAN EMPIRE

    NEO-BABYLONIAN EMPIRE
    God used Assyria to punish Israel for its idolatry. He used Babylon to punish Assyria and then to punish Judah.Merodach-baladan instituted a rebellious rule at Babylon and made overtures to Hezekiah of JudahNebuchadnezzar was succeeded by Evil-merodach. In his first year of reign, Evil-merodach treated captive king Jehoiachin kindly, graciously freeing him from prison (II Kings 25:27-30). Merodach was assassinated by Neriglissar.
  • Period: 742 to 814

    Rise of Charlemagne.

    After the death of Clovis, the Frankish kingdom had been divided among his four sons. Constant disputes and civil wars resulted in a three-way division of the kingdom in the seventh century. This division established the kingdoms of Neustria, Austrasia, and Burgundy. In the period 800, an important occurrence fashionable European experiences accept the place. On Christmas Day of that period, Pope Leo III dignifies Charlemagne, the "Emperor of the Romans."
  • 750

    The Islamic Empire

    The Islamic Empire
    The Islamic Empire carry on to evolve, but within disputes formal various question following the split of the rule fashionable the intervening-eighth of one hundred years. The peak of Islamic capacity exist attain all along the Abbasid Caliphate, a area of rule that endure from 750 to 1258. The early Abbasid person who ruled an area hold in check the Shi'ites and demolish their effective rival, the Umayyads.
  • Period: 871 to 899

    Alfred's government

    Alfred's management, like many of the early Germanic governments, happen to establish the often very old Germanic building. Alfred bear welcome Witan, that made up of nobles, or earls, and thegns; and he in addition to bear a forceful agreement accompanying pope's jurisdiction. The allowable whole exists in addition to Germanic. The wergild, or cash advantage established ahead of each male human in accordance with rank, exist the prime arrangement of fall criminal matters.
  • 987

    France

    As the Carolingian Empire descend and the person who ruled an area tired, a split take place nearly France middle from two points two group sharing a belief or cause. One conflict backed personally Charles the Simple; the different backed personally the Count of Paris. This second strife in the course of time achieved out and a new offspring of Capetian kings having lines the an area ruled by a monarch of France.