World History

Reigns

Hammurabi of Babylon

1800 BC - 1760 BC

Solomon of Isreal

1000 BC - 950 BC

Alexander the Great of Macedonia

336 BC - 323 BC

Conquered Susa ans Persepolis.

Alexander the Great becomes king of Macedonia

336 BC

Alexander the Great becomes king of Persia

330 BC

Julius Caesar conquers Celts

55 BC

Julius Caesar rules Rome

49 BC - 44 BC

Caesar Augustus

27 BC - 14 AD

Augustus was Octavian.

Nero of Rome

54 AD - 68 AD

He was the first Roman emperor to persecute Christians.

Constantine calls Council of Nicaea

325

Clovis becomes king of Franks

481

Clovis professes Christianity

498

Council of Orleans

511

Rule of Gregory the Great

590 - 604

Boniface crowns Pepin king of Franks

751

Charlemagne rules Carolingian empire

768 - 814

Otto the Great becomes king in Germany

936

Pope Urban II's Reign

March 1088 - July 1099

Medieval India

1206 - 1526

India

James I's Reign

1603 - 1625

Pope St. Leo VIII's Reign

1623 - 1644

Charles I of England's Reign

1625 - 1649

The English Civil War

1642 - 1651

George Washington is President of U.S.

April 6, 1789 - 1797

He didn't want to be president, although he was originally offered the crown.

John Adams is President of U.S.

March 4, 1797 - March 4, 1801

He was Vice President during George Washington's reign.

Pope Pius IX's Reign

1846 - 1876

Abraham Lincoln is President of U.S.

March 4, 1861 - April 15, 1865

He was assassinated.

Mussolini comes to power in Italy

1922

Misha Collins

August 20, 1974 - Present Day

Pope Jean Paul II's Reign

1978 - 2005

Margaret Thatcher becomes the first woman prime minister in Britain

1979

Ronald Reagan becomes President of the United States

1980

Biblical History

Creation

4000 BC

The Flood

2300 BC

Noah and his family didn't die.

Call of Abraham from Sumer

2000 BC

Tower of Babel

2000 BC

The dispersal of mankind happened because of this.

Isrealites Enslaved In Egypt

1700 BC - 1500 BC

Exodus of Isrealites from Egypt

1500 BC

After being enslaved for 300 years, the Israelites (with the help of God) leave Egypt.

The Ten Commandments are Given to Moses

1500 BC

Conquest of Canaan

1450 BC

Peak of Israel's Greatness

1000 BC

Isreal Divides Into Two Kingdoms

950 BC

Samaria in Israel Falls To Assyrians

722 BC

Isrealites Return To Judah

536 BC

Life of Christ

4 AD - 33 AD

John the Baptist dies

32 AD

Christ's death, burial, and resurrection

April 3, 33 AD - April 6, 33 AD

Christianity spreads in spite of persecution

50 AD - 300 AD

New Testament completed

100

First American missionaries arrive in Hawaii

1820

Israel becomes a nation

1948

Main

Beginning of Sumerian Civilization

2300 BC

Rise of Egyptian Civiization

2300 BC

Great Pyramids and the Sphinx Constructed

2200 BC - 2100 BC


Ur is Invaded and Sumer Falls

1900 BC

Rise of Hammurabi and Babylon

1800 BC

Hittite Capital, Hasttusas, Burnt

1200 BC

The First Olympic Games

776 BC

This is the first recorded date of Greek history.

Homer Writes his Poetry and Stories

700 BC

Rise of Greek City- States

700 BC

Latins establish Roman Republic

509 BC

Pericles brings Athenian democracy to fullest measure

461 BC - 429 BC

Pericles dies from the plague

429 BC

Alexander's empire is divided between Ptomely, Antipater, Seleucus, and Laomedon

323 BC

Rome burns

64 AD

Mount Vesuvius erupts and buries Pompeii

79 AD

Irenaeus promotes supremacy of Roman church and bishops

175

Diocletian begins tenth and most severe persecution of Christians

303 AD

Theodosius I divides Roman Empire

395

Christianity becomes the official religion of the Roman Empire

395

Pope Leo I recognized as supreme over the Roman church

445

Pope Gelasius declares pope supreme over all bishops

494

Mohammed born in Mecca, Arabia

570

Mohammed is convinced that he is Allah's prophet

610

Mohammed flees from Mecca

622

Mohammed leads first jihad against Mecca

630

A jihad is a holy war.

Mohammed dies

632

Pepin donates Papal States to pope

754

Vikings reach North America

1000

Catholic Church splits into west and eastern parts

1054

Columbus discovers America

1492

Hydrogen is discovered by Philippus Paracelsus

1520

Catacombs under Rome are rediscovered

1578

Charles I disolves Parliament in England

1629

Bach begins his career as a musician

1700

Beethoven begins his career as a musician

1783

Rosetta Stone found by French Soldiers in Egypt

1799

Thomas Edison invents the incandescent light bulb

1879

Lindbergh makes first nonstop transatlantic flight

1927

Adolf Hitler commits suicide

1945

Cuban Missle Crisis

1962

Neil Armstrong becomes the first person to walk upon the moon

1969

Soviet Union ceases to exist as a nation

1991

Dolly the sheep cloned

1996

9/11

September 11, 2001

Wars

Chaldeans Conquer Ninevah

612 BC

Fall Of Jerusalem To The Chaldeans

586 BC

Cyrus Unites The Persians and Conquers the Medes

559 BC

Cyrus The Great conquers Lydia

546 BC

Persians Capture Babylon

539 BC

Ionian Revolt

499 BC

Darius I sends fleet to Greece

490 BC

Darius I ruled Persia.

Xerxes I assembles a massive army

480 BC

There were 2.5 million men and 3,000 ships.

The Greeks fail to hold back Persian andvances at Thermopylae

480 BC

After they got past the Greeks, the Persians went to Athens and burnt down the sacred temples.

Greeks destroys Persia's Army

480 BC

In the crowded harbor, the small Athens ships found it easy to navigate and ram the Persian ships until they sunk. Xerxes I flees with 2/3 of his army.

Remaining Persian army in Greece is crushed

479 BC

Peloponnesian War

431 BC - 404 BC

Sparta vs. Athens

Greeks conquer Persia

330 BC

Punic War

264 BC - 146 BC

Rome vs. Carthage

Rome defeats Carthage

146 BC

Octavian defeats Antony at Actium

31 BC

Octavian conquers Egypt

30 BC

Titus capture Jerusalem and destroys the Temple

70 Ad

The Romans destroy Jerusalem

70 AD

Huns invade Europe

372 AD

The Visioths, led by Alaric, defeat Romans at Adrianpole

378

Visigoths occupy Rome

410

Battle of Tours

732

it stopped the Muslim advancement in Europe

Battle of Manzikert

1071

Turks vs. Eastern Roman Empire
The Turks conquered Asia Minor.

The First Crusade

1096 - 1099

The English recaptured Asia Minor in 1097.
In 1099, they took Jerusalem.

Peasant's Crusade

April 1096 - October 1096

Jerusalem Falls

1187

The Second Crusade

1189 - 1192

This crusade accomplished nothing.

The Third Crusade

1189 - 1192

The "Crusade of Kings" was joined by King Richard the Lion- Hearted. It accomplished little.

The Fourth Crusade

1202 - 1204

The English never even made it to the Holy Land. Instead, they attacked and robbed the city of Constantinople.

The Children's Crusade

1212

Muslims take control of the Holy Land

1291

Hundred Year's War

1387 - 1453

Mohammed II captures Constantinople

1453

French Revolution

1789 - 1804

It ended when Napolean Bonaparte crowned himself Emperor in 1804.

American Civil War

1861 - 1865

Franco- Prussian War

1870 - 1871

The sinking of the Lustania

May 7, 1915

Hitler takes Austria

1936

World War II

1939 - 1945

Italy vs. Japan vs. Germany vs. France vs. Russia vs. United States

The US port Pearl Harbor is attacked by the Japanese

1941

Victory in Europe Day

1945

Germany surrenders.

Cold War

1945 - 1989

U.S. vs Soviet Union

Atomic Bomb dropped on Hiroshima

August 6 1945

Korean War

1950 - 1953

Vietnam War

1965 - 1973

War on Terrorism

2001 - Present

War in Afghanistan

2001 - Present

War in Iraq

2003 - 2011

Edicts and Petitions

Pax Romana

27 BC - 180 CE

"Roman Peace"

Constantine issued the Edict of Milan, legalizing Christianity

313 AD

Treaty of Verdun

843

King John signs the Magna Carta

1215

Petition of Right published

1628

The petition reaffirmed the liberties and rights which Englishmen had won in the past.

Ages

Jomon Period

10,500 BC - 400 BC

Japan.

Indus Valley Civilization

3300 BC - 1300 BC

India.

Old Kingdom

3000 BC - 2000 BC

Egyptian

Middle Kingdom

2000 BC - 1300 BC

Egyptian.

Vedic Period

1500 BC - 500 BC

India.

Classical Antiquity

700 BC - 600 BC

England.

Maurya Empire

321 BC - 185 BC

India.

Middle Kingdoms of India

1 AD - 1279 AD

India.

Middle Ages

476 - 1453

Islamic Golden Age

750 - 1300

Age of Feudalism

800 - 1250

Europe's Crusades

1100 - 1300

Italian Renaissance

1300 - 1600

Ottoman Empire

1300 - 1923

Age of Enlightenment

1700 - 1800

When art and music and stuff flourished.

Gilded Age

1700 AD - 1800

United States.

British Raj

1858 - 1947

India

Machine Age

1900 - 2001

Age of Oil

1901 - Present Day

World War I

1914 - 1918

Interwar Period

1918 - 1939

Roaring Twenties

1920 - 1929

U.S.

The Great Depression

1929 - 1941

United States.

World War II

1939 - 1945

Atomic Age

1945 - Present Day

Post-War Era

1946 - 1962

U.S.

The Fifties

January 1,1950 - December 31, 1959

Space Age

1957 - Present Day

Russia vs. U.S.

Information Age

1970 - Present

Post- Modern

1973 - Present Day

The Dot Com Bubble

1997 - 2000

The Big Data Age

2001 - Present

The Social Age

2004 - Present