History of the world (christian worldview)

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In History
  • 4,000 BCE

    Creation of World

    God made the world in six literal days. He made all the animals, stars, and the planets in that short time.
  • 3,750 BCE

    Huang He River Civilization

    This was the beginning of China. It was made up of mostly traditions and ceremonies. People were very strict when it came to respect toward elders and men. Only certain high-ranking people's children could be educated. The rest had to work in fields at a young age. China has lost a lot of its culture due to the push of Communism.
  • 3,150 BCE


    Egypt was another river valley civilization. it was also on the bank of a large river. It was extremely advanced for its time. They figured out how to build tall structures that didn't collapse immediately, and they also had a good government system.
  • 3,000 BCE

    Rise of Sumer

    Sumer was an ancient civilization that was formed in the Fertile Crescent in what is now most of the Middle East. It was one of the first recorded civilizations ever. It was so successful because it was situated right on the banks of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers.
  • 2,500 BCE

    Indus River Valley Civilization

    This civilization was situated in India near the Indus and Ganges rivers. It had protection from the mountains, and also the Indian Ocean. It was a highly advanced civilization.
  • 2,000 BCE

    The Great Flood

    This catastrophic event only happened once, and will never happen again. It was a worldwide flood that destroyed every single living organism on the planet except the ones loaded onto the Ark.
  • 1,990 BCE

    Pyramids Built

    The Pyramids of Giza were built after the flood and were extremely revolutionary. They function as tombs for the long gone Pharaohs of Egypt.
  • -230 BCE

    Qin Dynasty

    It was the first dynasty of Imperial China. It was founded by Qin Shi Huang, the first emperor of the Qin Dynasty. They are known for building the Great Wall of China
  • -206 BCE

    Han Dynasty

    this dynasty followed the Qin, and is known for opening the Great Silk Road, a popular trading route that goes through Asia.
  • -100 BCE

    Julius Caesar Born

    Julius Caesar was a well-known emperor of Rome. He was a war hero who had connections with men he fought beside. One of those men was Pompey, his best friend. When he got back form the war, he became a politician. Pompey began to get jealous of his popularity, and Caesar killed him. Shortly after, he became dictator and was stabbed to death by a mob of angry citizens a year later.
  • 476

    The Fall of Rome

    The fall of Rome occured when ROmulus, the last emperor of Rome was overthrown by a Germanic leader called Odoacer. But it didn't start with that. Rome had been declining for about two hundred years. Leaders began getting very corrupt, rebellions were becoming more frequent, and many, many people were not loyal to the emperor. When Odoacer seized the throne, Rome, its territories, and the surrounding areas went into a dark state of discord.
  • Period:
    1,300 BCE
    1,200 BCE

    Trojan War

    This war is somewhat of a legend. No one knows for sure if it is even real. There are some bits of evidence strewn across Greece, but they are vague, and most of them come from Homer's The Iliad. HE speaks of cities that are no longer standing, and believe it or not, there are ruins in the exact places he spoke of, suggesting they were sacked. It's a great mystery we may not solve till God reveals the answers to us in due time.
  • Period:
    -431 BCE
    -404 BCE

    Peloponnesian War

    This was a huge war fought between Athens and Sparta. Historians split it into three parts: Athens attacked Peloponnesia navally, Athens attacked Syracuse and were destroyed by Spartan defense, and then Persia allied with Sparta and took out Athens. This war proceeded to destroy the whole of greek integrity. The entire region was left in shambles, with civil war, disease, and famine raging relentlessly.
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    Byzantine Empire

    The Byzantine Empire was founded by Emperor Constantine. It lasted for over a thousand years after. Emperor Justinian, in 527 AD began revising and improving the old Roman laws. The byzantine EMpire was eventually overcome by the Ottoman Turks in 1453.
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    The Crusades

    The Crusades were a long series of wars fought between the Roman Catholics of Eastern Europe and Asia. They were instigated by Pope Urban II. The Muslims and Arabs were trying to take over the city of Jerusalem, which was inhabited by mostly Jews. The soldiers thought they were doing a good work for God, but in reality, they were murdering, plundering, and raping the people of Jerusalem, along with the MUslims attacking them.
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    Mongol Empire

    Though it was extremely powerful, and was able to conquer the Byzantine Empire, the Mongol Empire only lasted about 300 years. They came from the vicinity of Mongolia and eastern china.