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Early Humans and Neolithic Revolution

Humans first domesticated animals

10000 BCE - 9999 BCE

Neolithic Revolution begins; Humans first invent agriculture

8000 BCE - 7999 BCE

Early humans could now control their own food supply and could live in a permanent location because of agriculture and domestication

Wheel Invented

5000 BCE - 4999 BCE

First Civilizations

Civilization develops in Ancient Mesopotamia between Tigris and Euphrates

4000 BCE - 3999 BCE

Mummification begins in Egypt

3600 BCE - 3599 BCE

Egyptians mummified the dead (mostly the Pharaoh) to preserve their bodies for the afterlife

Invention of first writing system (Cuneiform- pictogram language)

3000 BCE - 2999 BCE

Egyptian government ruled by Pharoah

2700 BCE - 2699 BCE

First set of written laws (Code of Hammurabi)

1792 BCE - 1791 BCE

Ancient Mesopotamia was the first civilization to have a system of laws known as this.

World Religion

Abraham founds Judaism

1800 BCE - 1799 BCE

Hinduism founded in India (Bhagavad Gita written)

1700 BCE - 1699 BCE

Temple Mount built (modern site of the Western Wall)

957 BCE - 956 BCE

Sidhartha Guatama founds Buddhism

563 BCE - 562 BCE

Jesus is born

4 BCE - 3 BCE

Jesus is crucified on the cross

30 CE - 31 CE

Establishment of Christianity

40 CE - 41 CE

Muhammad (founder of Islam) born in Mecca

570 CE - 571 CE

Muhammad dies in Jerusalem at the Dome of the Rock site

632 CE - 633 CE

Greece/Rome

Civilization develops in Ancient Greece

1600 BCE - 1599 BCE

Homer writes Iliad and the Odyssey

890 BCE - 889 BCE

City states of Athens and Sparta develop

800 BCE - 799 BCE

Ancient Rome founded by Romulus and Remus

753 BCE - 752 BCE

Rome develops Republic system of government with checks and balances

509 BCE - 508 BCE

Democracy invented in Athens

508 BCE - 507 BCE

Socrates born; invents Socratic Method

469 BCE - 468 BCE

Trial of Socrates; Socrates dies

399 BCE - 398 BCE

Aristotle born; studies with Plato

384 BCE - 383 BCE

Augustus is first Emperor of the Roman Empire; Pax Romana

44 BCE - 43 BCE

Julius Caesar is murdered- Roman Republic ends

44 BCE - 43 BCE

Roman Empire is at it's largest

117 CE - 118 CE

Fall of the Roman Empire

410 CE - 411 CE

Europe in the Middle Ages

Arabs take control of Jerusalem

638 CE - 639 CE

Feudal system develops in Europe

850 CE - 851 CE

First Crusade

1099 CE - 1100 CE

Magna Carta limits the power of British Monarch

1215 CE - 1216 CE

First Bubonic Plague outbreak

1347 CE - 1348 CE

Empires of Ghana and Mali

Kingdom of Ghana by Northwest Africa

830 CE - 1235 CE

Berber Empire takes over Ghana my military force

1235 CE - 1236 CE

Mansa Musa rules Kingdom of Mali

1280 CE - 1337 CE

Mansa Musa takes Hajj to Mecca

1324 CE - 1325 CE

Complex societies exist in Ghana

1500 CE - 1501 CE

Kingdom of Mali becomes weakened

1599 CE - 1600 CE

Renaissance

Dante writes the first Divine Comedy in Italy

1310 CE - 1311 CE

Donatello sculpts David

1430 CE - 1440 CE

Printing Press invented by Guttenberg; Renaissance begins

1439 CE - 1440 CE

Drawing technique of perspective invented

1470 CE - 1471 CE

Leonardo DaVinci dissects cadavers to better understand the human body

1489 CE - 1519 CE

Michelangelo sculpts La Pieta

1501 CE - 1502 CE

Leonardo Davinci paints Mona Lisa

1503 CE - 1504 CE

Raphael paints School of Athens

1510 CE - 1511 CE

Shakespeare born; writes the play Macbeth in England

1564 CE - 1565 CE

Cervantes writes the first novel Don Quixote in Spain

1605 CE - 1616 CE

Galileo provides evidence for heliocentricity and is put on trial by the Church

1610 CE - 1611 CE

William Harvey discovers the heart pumps blood around the body

1628 CE - 1629 CE

Issac Newton discovers gravity

1687 CE - 1688 CE

Reformation

Protestant Reformation begins

1517 CE - 1518 CE

Martin Luther nails his 95 theses to the door of Catholic church

1517 CE - 1518 CE

King Henry VIII is excommunicated and founded the Anglican church in England

1531 CE - 1532 CE

John Calvin founds the Calvinist Church based on Predestination

1536 CE - 1537 CE

Catholic Church holds Council of Trent; Counterreformation begins

1545 CE - 1563 CE

Age of Exploration

Aztecs domesticate maize (corn)

2500 BCE - 2499 BCE

Invention of the Astrolabe makes sea travel easier

1050 CE - 1051 CE

Aztecs invent chocolate

1200 CE - 1201 CE

Aztec city of Tenochtitlan is founded

1325 CE - 1326 CE

Age of Exploration begins in search of a sea route to China

1453 CE - 1454 CE

Constantinople falls to the Ottoman Empire

1453 CE - 1454 CE

The land route to China from Europe is blocked

Christopher Columbus travels to America instead

1492 CE - 1493 CE

Columbus returns to island of Espanola with 17 ships and 1000 soldiers

1493 CE - 1494 CE

In search of the 3 G's; the system of Ecomienda begins

Indigenous people in the Americas are killed with small pox blankets

1507 CE - 1508 CE

Spanish try to convert Aztecs and decimate the Aztec population

1519 CE - 1520 CE

Spanish leader Cortes and Aztec king Montezuma meets

1519 CE - 1520 CE

Triangle Trade

Atlantic slave trade (Triangle Trade) begins

1600 CE - 1601 CE

Atlantic slave trade ends

1807 CE - 1808 CE

13th Amendment passed- slavery outlawed in the US

1865 CE - 1866 CE

Enlightenment

Age of Enlightenment

1650 CE - 1804 CE

Thomas Hobbes writes Leviathon about how people need the government

1651 CE - 1652 CE

to control their "nasty, brutish" natures

John Locke published 2nd Treatise on Government

1689 CE - 1690 CE

about how humans are naturally good and are born with natural rights

Montesquieu write Spirit of the Laws advocating separation of power

1748 CE - 1749 CE

Roussseau writes Treatise on Social Contract

1762 CE - 1763 CE

Voltaire invents the idea of civil liberties

1763 CE - 1764 CE

French and American Revolution

British Parliament passes the Stamp Act

1765 CE - 1766 CE

British government passes the Tea Act

1773 CE - 1774 CE

Louis XVI rules as an absolute monarch of France

1774 CE - 1789 CE

War breaks out between British and the American colonists

1775 CE - 1776 CE

Declaration of Independence written by Thomas Jefferson

1776 CE - 1777 CE

American Revolutionary War ends

1783 CE - 1784 CE

US Constitution written

1787 CE - 1788 CE

Bill of Rights added to the US Constiution

1789 CE - 1790 CE

Storming of the Bastille

1789 CE - 1890 CE

French Revolution begins with the meeting of the Estates General

1789 CE - 1790 CE

Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen

1789 CE - 1790 CE

Englishmen Burke and Paine disagree about the French Revolution

1790 CE - 1791 CE

King Louis XVI executed and France declares itself a Republic

1792 CE - 1793 CE

Robespierre leads Reign of Terror

1793 CE - 1794 CE

Napoleon comes to power and restores peace; writes Napoleon Code

1804 CE - 1805 CE

Industrial Revolution

Seed drill invented

1701 CE - 1702 CE

Factory System begins

1750 CE - 1751 CE

Industrial Revolution begins

1750 CE - 1751 CE

Enclosure Acts

1750 CE - 1860 CE

Industrial Revolution ends

1750 CE - 1914 CE

Steam engine invented by Watt

1763 CE - 1764 CE

Factory Acts are passed in England limiting work

1830 CE - 1831 CE

for women and children to 12 hours/day

Strong, flexible steel developed

1856 CE - 1857 CE

Modern Connections

European Imperialism in Africa begins

1880 CE - 1881 CE

Scopes trial

1925 - 1926

John Scopes convicted of violating the Butler Act by teaching evolution in public school

Rwanda gains independence from Belgium imperialist control

1932 - 1933

First Israel/Palestinian conflict

1948 - 1949

UN Genocide Convention in the aftermath of the Holocaust

1948 - 1949

Israel founded

1948 - 1949

President Eisenhower makes Sputnik speech warning

1957 - 1958

of the dangers of the military industrial complex

Soviet Union launches first satellite (Sputnik) into space

1957 - 1958

Space Race begins

1957 - 1958

Butler Act overturned

1967 - 1968

US lands first man on the moon

1969 - 1970

Presentation: Globalization

1970 - 1979

Nixon Watergate scandal breaks out

1972 - 1973

Nixon is forced to resign

1974 - 1975

Romeo Dallaire goes to Rwanda to try to stop the Genocide and is unsuccessful

1994 - 1995

Paul Kagame rises to power and genocide in Rwanda ends

1994 - 1995

Hutu power begins genocide of the Tutsis

1994 - 1995

President Clinton hosts Camp David Peace Talks

2000 - 2001

between Israeli and Palestinian leaders

Rover lands on Mars

2004 - 2005