Semester timeline

  • 701 BCE

    The Assyrian Siege of Jerusalem

    The Assyrian Siege of Jerusalem
    In 701 BC, the Assyrian emperor Sennacherib besieged the city of Jerusalem
  • Period: 618 BCE to 907

    Tang Dynasty

    A golden age of Chinese arts and culture.
  • 609 BCE

    The Neo-Assyrian Empire

    The Neo-Assyrian Empire
    Largest empire of the time
  • 587 BCE

    Ancient Israel

    Ancient Israel
    A God created and rules the entire earth
  • Period: 563 BCE to 483 BCE

    SIddhartha Gautama

    East Asia, and
  • Period: 550 BCE to 330 BCE

    The Persian Empire

    communication Routes
  • Period: 498 BCE to 448 BCE

    The Greco-Persian Wars

    A complex series of conflicts between the Greeks, and the Achaemenid empire
  • 480 BCE

    The Battle of Thermopylae

    The Battle of Thermopylae
    A battle that included naval conflict, and the famous Greek King who led Sparta was involved, which the movie "300" was based off.
  • Period: 400 BCE to 461

    The Celts

    The Celts were the largest group in ancient Europe. The ancient culture known as the Celts once extended far beyond the British Isles. With territory stretching from Spain to the Black Sea, the Celts were geographically the largest group of people to inhabit ancient Europe.
  • Period: 336 BCE to 323 BCE

    Conquests of Alexander the Great

    His creation of a vast empire
  • Period: 322 BCE to 185 BCE

    Mauryan Empire

    The Mauryan Empire was the largest empire of India
  • Period: 305 BCE to 30 BCE

    Ptolemaic Empire

    It was founded by a companion of Alexander the Great, and it's great library.
  • 206 BCE

    Qin Dynasty

    Qin Dynasty
  • 146 BCE

    Ancient Carthage

    Ancient Carthage
    They founded settlements throughout the Mediterranean
  • 146 BCE

    The Third Punic War

    The Third Punic War
    Carthage and Rome, Rome won
  • Period: 130 BCE to 1453

    The SIlk Road

    Trade routes connecting the East and West
  • Period: 63 BCE to 14

    Augustus Caesar

    Founder of the Roman Principate, and has consolidated a legacy as one of the most effective leaders in human history.
  • 27 BCE

    The Roman Republic

    The Roman Republic
    Julius Caesar
  • Period: 27 BCE to 476

    The Roman Empire

    Their military innovations, and conquered land.
  • 4 BCE

    The birth of Jesus Christ

  • AD 1

    The Traditional Date for the Birth of Christ

    BC stands for before christ, and AD stands for After Death
  • 30

    The Crucifixion of Jesus

    Good Friday
  • 146

    Ancient Greece

    Ancient Greece
    Sculpture and architecture
  • 220

    Han Dynasty

    Han Dynasty
    Civil and government structure
  • Period: 264 to 305

    The Tetrarchy

    The Tetrarchy was the system instituted by Roman Emperor Diocletian in 293 to govern the ancient Roman Empire by dividing it between two senior emperors, the augusti, and their juniors and designated successors, the caesares.
  • 312

    The battle of the Milvian Bridge

    Some scholars allege that his main objective was to gain unanimous approval and submission to his authority from all classes, and therefore chose Christianity to conduct his political propaganda, believing that it was the most appropriate religion that could fit with the Imperial cult
  • Period: 320 to 543

    The Gupta Empire

    Extensive inventions and discoveries in science, technology, engineering, art, dialectic, literature, logic, mathematics, astronomy, religion, and philosophy
  • Period: 330 to 1453

    The Byzantine Empire

    It was the eastern chunk of the Roman empire, and lived up to 1000 years after the western half collapsed.
  • 476

    The Fall of Rome

    The Fall of Rome
    The goths, and half of the empire split (east and west) and one stabilized and the other fell.
  • Period: 622 to 750

    The Spread of Islam

    Military conquest, trade, pilgrimage, and missionaries
  • Period: 622 to 1258

    The Islamic Golden Age

    Cultural, economic, and scientific flourishing
  • Period: 768 to 899

    The Carolingian Renaissance

    Literature, writing, the arts, architecture, jurisprudence, liturgical reforms, and scriptural studies.
  • Period: 793 to 1066

    The Viking Age

    The economic model states that the Viking Age was the result of growing urbanism and trade throughout mainland Europe.
  • Period: 801 to 1492

    The Reconquista

    The Reconquista was a period in the history of the Iberian Peninsula of about 781 years between the Umayyad conquest of Hispania in 711, the expansion of the Christian kingdoms throughout Hispania, and the fall of the Nasrid kingdom of Granada in 1492.
  • Period: 807 to 1279

    Song Dynasty

  • 1066

    The Norman Conquest

    How did the Norman Conquest change England
  • Period: 1235 to

    The Mali Empire

  • 1325

    The Aztec Empire

    The Aztec Empire
    The Aztecsa were known for their agriculture.
  • Period: 1368 to

    Ming Dynasty

    last imperial dynasty of China
  • Period: 1438 to 1533

    The Inca Empire

    Largest empire in pre-Columbian America