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Timeline created by 7th grade social studies
In History
  • 11,500 BCE

    Shang dynasty

    Shang dynasty
  • Period: 2565 BCE to 2150 BCE

    old kingdom

  • Period: 2300 BCE to 1750 BCE

    Harappan civilization

  • Period: 2150 BCE to 1975 BCE

    first intermediante period

  • 1997 BCE

    Egypt regained the siniai peninsula

    Egypt regained the siniai peninsula
    when it signed a peace agreement with israel
  • 1986 BCE

    Australia act all legal ties with the british Empire weresevered

    Australia act all legal ties with the british Empire weresevered
  • Period: 1975 BCE to 1640 BCE

    Middle kingdom

  • 1967 BCE

    Federal goverment began to pass legislation to help the aborgines

    Federal goverment began to pass legislation to help the aborgines
  • 1964 BCE

    Egypt built a dam called the Aswan High Dam

    Egypt built a dam called the Aswan High Dam
    Dam was built across the Nile River
  • 1962 BCE

    In algeria the majority resisted french rule, won independece

    In algeria the majority resisted french rule, won independece
  • 1952 BCE

    Gamal adel Nasser overthrew the government and seized control of Egypt

    Gamal adel Nasser overthrew the government and seized control of Egypt
  • 1950 BCE

    Most of the region gained independence

    Most of the region gained independence
  • Period: 1940 BCE to 1520 BCE

    second intermedante period

  • 1924 BCE

    The Caliphate is abolished by Mustafa Ataturk, the first president of Turkey

    The Caliphate is abolished by Mustafa Ataturk, the first president of Turkey
  • 1922 BCE

    Egypt gained independece, but Britain continued to rule

    Egypt gained independece, but Britain continued to rule
  • 1901 BCE

    The commonwealth of Australia was established

    The commonwealth of Australia was  established
  • 1900 BCE

    North africa achieved independence

    North africa achieved independence
  • Period: 1833 BCE to 1850 BCE

    Port arth was the destination for the hardest of convicted british and irish criminals

  • 1830 BCE

    Remnants of the tribes in the settlrd areas were moved onto Reserves

  • 1800 BCE

    Europeans colonized North Africa

     Europeans  colonized North Africa
  • 1788 BCE

    British prisoners settled in Australia

    British prisoners settled in Australia
  • Period: 1788 BCE to 1832 BCE

    New Soth wales was officially aa panal

  • 1787 BCE

    Firstn Fleet left England with convicts

    Firstn Fleet left England with convicts
  • Period: 1776 BCE to 1779 BCE

    Third Voyages for James Cook

  • Period: 1772 BCE to 1775 BCE

    Secont Voyage for james cook

  • Period: 1768 BCE to 1771 BCE

    Forst Voyage for james cook

  • 1653 BCE

    The Taj mahal, a tomb for the wife of the mughal Emperor, is completed in india.

    The  Taj mahal, a tomb for the wife of the mughal Emperor, is completed in india.
  • 1612 BCE

    All missionaries were remaved

  • 1612 BCE

    All missionaries were remaved

  • 1606 BCE

    First Europeans to sail to Australia were the Dutch

    First Europeans to sail to Australia were the Dutch
  • 1600 BCE

    Japan unified politically by military commanders

    Japan unified politically by military commanders
  • 1600 BCE

    Japan unified politically by military commanders

    led by shongu
  • 1582 BCE

    Hideyoshi takes over in

  • Period: 1568 BCE to 1616 BCE

    Three Great unifers

    oda nobunaga toyotomi hideyoshi tokugawa leyasu
  • Period: 1530 BCE to 1075 BCE

    New kingdom

  • 1529 BCE

    The ottoman empire is defeated at the siege of vienne stopping the advance of the ottomans into Europe

    The ottoman empire is defeated at the siege of vienne stopping the advance of the ottomans into Europe
  • 1526 BCE

    The mughl empire is established in india.

    The mughl empire is established in india.
  • 1520 BCE

    Amhose reunites the kingdom and the New kingdom begin

    Amhose reunites the kingdom  and the New kingdom begin
  • Period: 1517 BCE to 1924 BCE

    The Ottoman Empire conquers Egypt and claims the Caliphate.

  • 1506 BCE

    Tuthmosis I becomes Pharaoh.

    Tuthmosis I becomes Pharaoh.
  • 1492 BCE

    After being pushed back for centuries, the last Islamic stronghold in Spain is defeated at Granada.

    After being pushed back for centuries, the last Islamic stronghold in Spain is defeated at Granada.
  • 1479 BCE

    Hatshepsut becomes Pharaoh.

    Hatshepsut becomes Pharaoh.
  • 1462 BCE

    The songhai learded sunni ali capture timbuktu

    The  songhai  learded  sunni ali  capture  timbuktu
  • 1453 BCE

    The Ottomans take the city of Constantinople bringing an end to the Byzantine Empire.

    The Ottomans take the city of Constantinople bringing an end to the Byzantine Empire.
  • 1386 BCE

    Amenhotep III becomes Pharaoh.

    Amenhotep III becomes Pharaoh.
  • 1359 BCE

    22 yerrs after musa's death the kingdom was divided by civil war

  • 1352 BCE

    Akhenaten changed the Egyptian religion to worship a single god.

     Akhenaten changed the Egyptian religion to worship a single god.
  • 1325 BCE

    Famous Muslim traveler Ibn Battuta begins his travels.

     Famous Muslim traveler Ibn Battuta begins his travels.
  • Period: 1312 BCE to 1337 BCE

    mansa musa

  • 1279 BCE

    Rameses II becomes Pharaoh.

    Rameses II becomes Pharaoh.
  • Period: 1264 BCE to 1279 BCE

    conquest of southem china

  • Period: 1261 BCE to 1517 BCE

    The Abbasid Caliphate establishes the Caliphate in Cairo, Egypt

  • 1258 BCE

    The Mongol army sacks the city of Baghdad destroying much of the city and killing the Caliph

    The Mongol army sacks the city of Baghdad destroying much of the city and killing the Caliph
  • 1258 BCE

    capture of baghdad

    capture of baghdad
  • Period: 1237 BCE to 1241 BCE

    conquest of russia

  • 1220 BCE

    genghis khan died

  • Period: 1219 BCE to 1221 BCE

    conquest of persia

  • Period: 1211 BCE to 1234 BCE

    conquest of nothern china

  • Period: 1206 BCE to 1227 BCE

    Religion of Genghis Khan

  • 1187 BCE

    Saladin retakes the city of Jerusalem.

    Saladin retakes the city of Jerusalem.
  • Period: 1147 BCE to 1199 BCE

    yoritomo minamoto set up 3 millitary dynasties

  • 1100 BCE

    Zhou dynasty

    Zhou dynasty
  • 1099 BCE

    Christian armies recapture Jerusalem during the First Crusade.

     Christian armies recapture Jerusalem during the First Crusade.
  • Period: 1075 BCE to 653 BCE

    Third Intermediate Period

  • 1048 BCE

    Famous poet and scientist Omar Khayyam is born.

     Famous poet and scientist Omar Khayyam is born.
  • 1025 BCE

    Ibn Sina completes his encyclopedia of medicine called

    Ibn Sina completes his encyclopedia of medicine called
  • 972 BCE

    Al-Azhar University in Cairo, Egypt is founded.

     Al-Azhar University in Cairo, Egypt is founded.
  • 780 BCE

    Mathematician and scientist al-Khwarizmi is born

     Mathematician and scientist al-Khwarizmi is born
  • 771 BCE

    Warring states period

    Warring states period
  • Period: 750 BCE to 1258 BCE

    The Abbasid Caliphate takes control and builds a new capital city called Baghdad.

  • 732 BCE

    The Islamic army pushes into France until they are defeated by Charles Martel atthe Battle of Tours.

    The Islamic army pushes into France until they are defeated by Charles Martel atthe Battle of Tours.
  • 692 BCE

    The Dome of the Rock is completed in Jerusalem.

    The Dome of the Rock is completed in Jerusalem.
  • 680 BCE

    Hussein, the son of Ali, is killed at Karbala.

    Hussein, the son of Ali, is killed at Karbala.
  • 656 BCE

    Ali bin Talib becomes the fourth Caliph.

     Ali bin Talib becomes the fourth Caliph.
  • Period: 653 BCE to 332 BCE

    Late Period

  • 644 BCE

    Uthman becomes the third Caliph. He will create the standardized version of the Quran.

     Uthman becomes the third Caliph. He will create the standardized version of the Quran.
  • 634 BCE

    Umar becomes the second Caliph.

    Umar becomes the second Caliph.
  • 632 BCE

    Muhammad dies and Abu Bakr succeeds Muhammad as leader of the Islam faith.

    Muhammad dies and Abu Bakr succeeds Muhammad as leader of the Islam faith.
  • 630 BCE

    Muhammad returns to Mecca and gains control of the city.

     Muhammad returns to Mecca and gains control of the city.
  • 622 BCE

    Muhammad and his followers move to Medina to escape persecution in Mecca.

     Muhammad and his followers move to Medina to escape persecution in Mecca.
  • 610 BCE

    The religion of Islam begins when Muhammad receives the first revelations of the Quran.

     The religion of Islam begins when Muhammad receives the first revelations of the Quran.
  • 600 BCE

    prince shotoku of the yamato clan set nobles so study in china

    prince shotoku of the yamato clan set nobles so study in china
  • 570 BCE

    Muhammad is born in the city of Mecca.

     Muhammad is born in the city of Mecca.
  • 525 BCE

    The Persians conquer Egypt and rule for over 100 years.

    The Persians conquer Egypt and rule for over 100 years.
  • Period: 500 BCE to 1000 BCE

    dark ages

  • 481 BCE

    Clovis i was the leader

  • Period: 400 BCE to 700 BCE

    Monasteries were established

  • 332 BCE

    Alexander the Great and the Greeks conquer Egypt. He founds the great city of Alexandria.

    Alexander the Great and the Greeks conquer Egypt. He founds the great city of Alexandria.
  • 305 BCE

    Ptolemy I becomes Pharaoh and the Ptolemic period begins. Alexandria becomes the new capital.

    Ptolemy I becomes Pharaoh and the Ptolemic period begins. Alexandria becomes the new capital.
  • 221 BCE

    Qin dynasty

    Qin dynasty
  • 221 BCE

    The first Empeor united china under the Qin dynasty

    The first Empeor united china under the Qin dynasty
  • 30 BCE

    The last Pharaoh, Cleopatra VII, dies.

    The last Pharaoh, Cleopatra VII, dies.
  • 500

    korean missionaries introduced buddhism

    korean missionaries introduced buddhism
  • Period: 527 to 565

    Justin the great ruled

  • 711

    Muslims enter Spain from Morocco.

     Muslims enter Spain from Morocco.
  • Captain James Cook sailed around Austrailia

    Captain James Cook sailed around Austrailia
  • Period: to

    Scramble for africa

  • 55% of voters rejected the idea of becoming an independent

    55%  of voters rejected the idea of becoming an independent