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Unit 1/2- 8,000 B.C.E- 600 C.E.

  • Period: 200 to 500

    Phoenicians

    -2300 B.C.E. Phoenician settlements on coast of what is now Syria and Lebanon.
  • Period: 200 to Oct 2, 600

    Zhou Dynasty

    -1100 - -256 B.C.E China
  • Period: 200 to 330

    Roman capital moves to Constantinople

    To be closer to the frointer.
  • Period: 220 to 250

    Priniting invented 220 B.C.E

    invented by the chinese in 220 C.E.
  • Period: 300 to Oct 2, 600

    Alexander the Great

    (356–323 B.C.) conquered the Persian Empire, reached the INdus valley, founded many greek style cities, and spread greek culture to the middle east.
  • Period: 300 to Oct 4, 600

    Cuneiform Writing Begins

    3400 B.C.E
    a system of writing in a wedge shaped symbols represented words or syllables.
  • Period: 300 to 400

    Destruction of the Second Temple in Jerusalem

    70 C.E
    Destroyed by the Roman Armies
  • Period: 320 to 550

    Gupta Empire 320-550 C.E.

    Controlled most of the Indian subcontinent with military force and prestige as a center of its culture
  • Period: 336 to 500

    Height of Greek City-states 500-336 B.C.E

  • Period: 350 to 400

    Pax Romans

    0-200 C.E
    means "Roman Peace". This connotes the stability and prosperity that Roman Rule brought to the lands of the Roman Empire.
  • Period: 399 to 469

    Socrates 469 B.C.E-399 B.C.E

    An Athenian philosopher that described the differences between questionable science and human behavior. But made enimes when he showed ignorancetowards others which led to his execution.
  • Period: 400 to Oct 2, 600

    Babylonian Empire

    Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar builds empire. 6th century B.C.E.
  • Period: 450 to Oct 4, 750

    Edict of Milan

    a letter signed by emperors Constantine and Lincinus that proclaimed religion toleration in the Roman Empire
  • Period: 450 to Oct 4, 700

    Theravada Doctrine

    0-200 C.E
  • Period: 483 to 556

    Siddhartha Gautama

    SIddhartha was also known as the Buddah. Buddah means "the enlighted one" He was the founder of Buddism.
  • Period: 500 to Oct 4, 600

    Confucius

    551- 497 B.C.E
    Western name for the Chinese Philosopher Kongzi. HIs Doctrine of duty and publc service had a great influence of Subsequent Chinese thought and servered as a code of conduct for government officals
  • Period: 500 to Oct 4, 700

    Buddhism arrives in China

    1360 B.C.E
  • Period: 527 to 565

    Justinian 527 C.E.-565 C.E.

    Justinian I, was the Byzantine Emperor commonly but is also known as Justinian the Great, While he was the Emperor, Justinian sought to revive the Empire's greatness and reconquer the lost western half of the historical Roman Empire.
  • Period: Oct 2, 600 to Oct 4, 700

    Jesus

    1300 C.E.
    Central figure of Christianity, which veiw him as the Messiah
  • Period: Oct 3, 600 to Oct 4, 850

    Gunpowder Developed

    1000 B.C.E
    Invented in China for the improvement of weponary
  • Period: Oct 3, 700 to Oct 3, 800

    Attila the Hun

    435 C.E. till 453 C.E. His empire stretched from the Ural River to the Rhine river and from the Danube River to the baltic sea.
  • Period: Oct 3, 750 to Oct 4, 850

    Bantu migration reach South Africa

    1000 B.C.E to 1100 B.C.E
    Batu people origanly lived in West africa and started to migrate to South and East and moved to were the land as more suitable.
  • Period: Oct 3, 750 to Oct 4, 900

    Sack of Rome

    1060 B.C.E.
    Gauls invaded Rome as the first sack of Rome known as the "Battle of the Allia"
  • Period: Oct 3, 900 to Oct 4, 1000

    Han Dynasty

    Started ethic group and set-up an administrative model to be used for the next Dynasties
  • Period: Oct 4, 950 to Oct 4, 1000

    Buddhism Arrives In China

    0-100 C.E
  • Period: Oct 6, 1122 to

    Shang Dynasty 1766 B.C.E- 1122 B.C.E

    The Shang Dynasty had a surplus of argiculture to support the military forces. They had oracle bones made from birds, animals, and turtle shells. These oracle bones were inscribed with symbolic notations were then placed in fire and read to predict the future. They Shand Dynasty has also built large graves that housed thousands of objects and humans to serve the kings in death.
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    St. Paul

    Persecuted the followers of Jesus but later on becme a Christian. He started preaching at nearby churches.
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    Height of Harrapan Civilization 2500 B.C.E- 2000 B.C.E

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    Hittites devolp iron 2000 B.C.E

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    Regular use of Bronze in Egypt and Mesopotamia

    Bronze used to make weapons