Egypt had many gods and many forms of one single god. They have many versions of the same story and is the oldest civilization on Earth (maybe).
These people were mainly hunters and herders but slowly they became farmers as well and from there developed a strong civilization.
For the first time Egypt was united under one king and this event lead to the unity of religion as well.
This is the period in Egyptian history when Akhenaten almost made Egyptian culture monotheism. This period only lasted a short time, ending when King Tut came to the Throne.
A battle between Rameses II and King Muwatalli II the battle ended in a draw.
At this time Nubian Kings ruled Egypt, they built monuments and left historical texts.
Technically Judaism began long before this but it only became known as this around 675 BCE, it was originally called Hebrew.
Jerusalem finally fell to the Babylonians (who had recently ran out the Egyptians from Syria and the surrounding area) and the survivors were exiled to Babylon.
By far one of the most successful religion.
The last prophet of Allah.
40,000 of those exiled were allowed to return to Judah after Persian King conquered Babylon.
The Holy Temple built by Solomon, is rebuilt.
Muhammad's life was very successful and to this day he is remembered and celebrated by people across the world.
The Qur'an was a collection of Muhammad's teachings in a single book. This book is the most sacred thing in Islamic culture and the only version considered true is in Arabic .
Alexander's destruction of Tyre allowed Carthage to be founded.
Much of this civilization's history is filled with wars.
The art and literature of Greece and Rome suggest that Nubians had some kind of influence in both countries.
In these wars the Civilization Carthage was defeated by the Romans who completely destroyed the city.
Julius Caesar planned and proposed that Carthage should be rebuilt, but the rebuilding of Carthage was not completed until five years after his death.
One of the major prophets in the Bible is born and this is truly when Christianity began.
Christ is crucified on the cross like hundreds of thousands of others.
Christ came back to life and then ascended to heaven.