World History

  • 3100 BCE

    Old Kingdom

    Old Kingdom
    The earliest Egyptians were descendants of Ham through Mizriam Dress was fairly simple during the Old Kingdom (Ingitia.com Editors).. Men wore skirts tied at the waist, and people of importance wore colorful garments (Murray, et al.)(Ingitia.com Editors).
  • 3000 BCE

    Aegean civilization Greece

    Aegean civilization Greece
    Greek civilization began on Crete, in a island located where the Aegean Sea meets the Mediterranean Sea (Ingitia.com Editors).One of the civilization developed in 300 B.C,the capital was Knossos (Ingitia.com Editors).
  • 2060 BCE

    Middle kingdom

    Middle kingdom
    After Pepi II past away, he reigned in Memphis for ninety-four years, the pharaohs lost control over the nobles (Ignitia.com Editors). The princes ruled their own nomes as they chose (Ignitia.com Editors).
  • 1508 BCE

    New kingdom

    New kingdom
    One of the most colorful rulers of Egypt during this period was Hatshepsut, the widow of Thutmose II, the daughter of Thutmose I, and stepmother and regent to Thutmose III. She ruled like she was a man, she used a false bear she never told the people she was a women(Ingitia.com Editors).
  • 1441 BCE

    The Second Intermediate Period.

    The Second Intermediate Period.
    The Thirteenth Dynasty was very weak and unstable. The pharaohs they were also known as the"shepherd kings. Also the Hyksos were Asians and some of them were of Semitic stock.
  • 890 BCE

    a new dynasty

    a new dynasty
    new dynasty began to rule at Asshur in the person of Tukulti-Ninurta II ( 890- 885 B.C.). He was followed by his son, Ashurnasirpal II ( 885- 860 B.C.), who greatly expanded Assyria's dominion (as far as Philistia and northern Babylonia). Ashurnasirpal commenced the sustained Assyrian pressure against its western neighbors, including Israel. This conflict with the Northern Kingdom of Israel eventually brought about its captivity(Ingitia.com Editors).
  • 750 BCE

    Rome Pre-Republic.

    Rome Pre-Republic.
    All origins of Rome are very uncertain, theres many legends about how the city was made (Ingitia.com Editors). One of the best legends about how they found Rome was found by twins brothers, there names were Romulus and Remus (Ingitia.com Editors). In the legend they were the sons of the god Rome of war (Ingitia.com Editors).
  • 703 BCE

    Babylonian history

    Babylonian history
    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 Judah.(Ingitia.com Editors)
  • 700 BCE

    Persians civilization

    Persians  civilization
    The Hebrew prophet, saiah, served in the court of Hezekiah. He's known for writing one of the best known prophetic books in the history of the world(Ingitia.com Editors)
  • 627 BCE

    Assyrian Literature.

    Assyrian Literature.
    The Assyrians, whose language and cuneiform script was really similar to the Babylon. Most of there literature was made government documents and most of there writing included clay tables. Ashurbanipal collected an astonishingly large library of the great works of his day.(Ingitia.com Editors)
  • 612 BCE

    Persians History

    Persians History
    The history of Persia begins with the Medes. Media exist sinse Noahic times, it was located was is now called thenorthwestern Iran. For a every long time they were subject to Assyrian rule(Ingitia.com Editors)
  • 600 BCE

    Persians religion

    Persians religion
    The early persians worship multiple gods these gods are gods of nature, fertility, and the heavens Astronomer-priests were provided by the tribe of Magi. They believed to do good and hate people.(Ingitia.com Editors)
  • 594 BCE

    Athens

    Athens
    In 594 B.C they gave Solon dictatorial powers so he can give peace with Athens (Ingitia.com Editors).Solon he abolished the exportation of food (Ingitia.com Editors).
  • Period: 551 BCE to 479 BCE

    Beliefs of Eastern china

    One of the most influential philosopher of china was Confucius, he was live during the time of the Zhou dynasty (Ingitia.com Editors).He taught at school for young men, he taught them politics and ethics (Ingitia.com Editors).
  • 550 BCE

    The Persian Wars.

    The Persian Wars.
    The new leader of the Persian war was Cyrus in 546 B.C he became the ruler of Medo-Persian Empire, he conquered many lands (Ingitia.com Editors). He always respected the customs religion of people (Ingitia.com Editors).
  • 509 BCE

    Rome -The Republic.

    Rome -The Republic.
    The republic of Rome started in the 509 B.C, when all the native Latins went against of Etruscan king of Tarquinius (Ingitia.com Editors) The upper class of Rome was called patrician and the lower class was called plebeian (Ingitia.com Editors). A long time ago the patrician known ass the upper class had all the rights of a citizen and the plebeian did not have does rights and plebeian could not marry patrician, But as the time stared to pass plebeian started get there rights.
  • 201 BCE

    The Punic Wars

    The Punic Wars
    The second Punic war was called the colossal contest, this war was between Rome and Hannibal (Ingitia.com Editors). In 201 B.C the Carthaginians got defeated, Rome decided to add Spain as a territory (Ingitia.com Editors).
  • 44 BCE

    People of Rome

    People of Rome
    Cicero was a very strong believer in the old Republic, he made a lot of point of view about the old republic (Ingitia.com Editors). One of the greatest roman poet that ever existed was Virgil, who is most famous for writing about a lot famous Greeks and Romans life (Ingitia.com Editors). One of the greatest Roman considered by a lot of people was Tacitus (Ingitia.com Editors). He wrote about many things including the fall of jerusalem in the A.D. 70 (Ingitia.com Editors).
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    The Germanic tribes

    The Germanic tribes
    In all the history of all Rome the Germanic tribe was a very difficult, Rome tried many times conquering the Germanic tribes in the Danube River but they never did (Ingitia.com Editors).
  • 14

    The Roman culture

    The Roman culture
    the culture of the early roman's and late western roman was different, They influence art and literature (Ingitia.com Editors).But when the first ever emperor of roman past away, Literature declined after the golden ages of Virgil, Cicero, and Ovid ended not many writer survived (Ingitia.com Editors).
  • Period: 249 to 251

    Tolerance and persecution

    when the third century stared the Emperor Decius stared to persecute Christians this was one of the most persecution of Christians that ever happened (Ingitia.com Editors). They started to see Christians as enemies and traitors because they did't believe in the emperor (Ingitia.com Editors).
  • Period: 340 to 397

    Church fathers

    In the earlier times writer and theologians were called ( The church "fathers"), they lived in a time when empires were declining and there was a lot invasions, There names where Ambrose, Jerome, Augustine, and Gregory the Great (Ingitia.com Editors). Sometimes even they called them "doctors"(Ingitia.com Editors).
  • 511

    The Rise of Charlemagne

    The Rise of Charlemagne
    After Clovis passed away , he's kingdom was divided between he's four sons (Ingitia.com Editors). But after the division of he's four son's the civil wars stared and the led in a three way division, this division led to the of three kingdom's named Neustria, Austrasia and Burgundy, This kingdom's did't really do anything so they began to call them the Do-nothing-kings(Ingitia.com Editors)
  • Period: 750 to 1258

    The Islamic empire

    The empire of Islamic it was always growing, but some problems stared to happen after the division of the empire in the middle of the eight century (Ingitia.com Editors).A little peak of the power of the Islamic empire was seen during the Abbasid Caliphate(Ingitia.com Editors).
  • Period: 871 to 899

    Alfred the Great.

    Alfred the great was the saxon king, he had a lot of struggles with danish invaders, but he was able to defeat them in 878 Alfred also insisted that the Danes accept Christianity(Ingitia.com Editors).
  • 899

    England after Alfred.

    England after Alfred.
    After Alfred passed away his son and grandson named Edward and Athelstan they became very powerful leaders (Ingitia.com Editors). They always kept the kingdom intact but made war with the Danes so they were able to have England as one kingdom (Ingitia.com Editors).
  • Period: 976 to 1025

    The Byzantine empire

    To the ninth and eleventh centuries the umpired of Byzantine started to revive, one of the reasons for the recovery was a dynasty of very strong kings who ruled for 2 hundred years, one of the greatest king of this dynasty was Basil II(Ignitia.com Editors).
  • 1000

    The Vikings

    The Vikings
    The Germanic invaders named the Vikings or another name for them is Norsemen, they had one of the greatest impacts (Ingitia.com Editors). Vikings from the places now known as Norway, Sweden, and Denmark (Ingitia.com Editors).Their were people who attacked silently and very quickly(Ingitia.com Editors).
  • Period: 1260 to 1294

    The Mongols.

    A famous mongol's ruler was the grandson of Genghis Khan, his name was Kublai Khan (Ingitia.com Editors). He was one the people who led the conquest of china and he also made the Khambalik, When he was a ruler he tried to capture Japan but he wasn't able to so he failed (Ingitia.com Editors).
  • 1326

    The Ottoman Empire

    The Ottoman Empire
    The Ottoman empire were once a member of the clan who came to the eastern east, they served as guards (Ignitia.com Editors).The Ottoman made their own kingdom, they began to add Muslim to their kingdom as a member, they had all territory around Constantinople(Ignitia.com Editors).