Trinity and Eylul's troy timeline

Math

Sumerians divide hour into 60 minutes

3000 B.C.

3000 B.C. Sumerians divide minute into 60 seconds

3000 B.C.

3000 B.C. Sumerians divide day into 24 hours

3000 B.C.

Sumerians divide circle into 360 degrees

3000 B.C.

1800 B.C. Babylonians have multiplication tables

1800 B.C.

Science

3000 B.C. Chariots in Mesopotamia

3000 B.C.

3000 B.C. Sumerians use fillings in bad teeth

3000 B.C.

2773 B.C. Egyptians use calendar with 365 days

2773 B.c.

2296 B.C. Chinese record sighting of comet

2296 B.C.

776 B.C. First Olympic Games

776 B.C.

Troy

3000 B.C. Troy inhabited

3000 B.C.

1600 B.C. Mycenae (Greece) flourishes

1600 B.C.

1450 B.C. Mycenae dominates Aegean

1450 B.C.

1320 B.C. Mycenae reaches its peak

1320 B.C.

1190 B.C. Trojan War (between Troy and Mycenae)

1190 B.C.

War

Sumer - fully articulated military including army organized along modern lines

2700 B.C.

Tablets of Shruppak tell of city-states equipping 600-700 armies full time,

2600 B.C.

Stele of Vultures- war w/ phalanxes 6 deep by 8 wide weapons pulled by onager

2525 B.C.

Copper helmets common in Sumerian army, lessening impact of mace as a weapon

2500 B.C.

Battering ram developed to counter fortifications

2500 B.C.

Inventions

4000 B.C. Wheels in Mesopotamia

4000 B.C.

3600 B.C. Stone and wooden wheels widespread

3600 B.C.

3000 B.C. Bronze (mix of tin and copper) tools common in Middle East

3000 B.C.

2000 B.C. First zoo has opening day, in China

2000 B.C.

500 B.C. Glassmaking perfected in Middle East, including bottles in Egypt

500 B.C.