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Earliest use of decimal ratios in a uniform system
2800 bc
Egypt, precision surveying
2700 bc
Egypt, precise astronomical calendar
2400 bc
Ancestor stories
1800 bc - 1500 bc
One of the first know approximations of pie at 3.16
1650 bc
Exodus
1450 bc - 1250 bc
Berlin papyrus contains a quadratic equation and its solution
1300 bc
Israel in Promise land
1250 bc
Period of the Judges
1250 bc - 1000 bc
The oldest Chinese mathematical text is written
1046 bc - 256 bc
United Monarchy
1000 bc - 922 bc
Jahwist-storyteller southern kingdom
960 BCE - 850 BCE
Divided Monarchy
922 bc - 722 bc
Elbhit-storyteller northern kingdom
900 bc - 850 bc
The square root of two is calculated correctly to 5 decimal places
800 bc
Earliest concept of infinity
800 bc - 701 bc
Proto-Isaiah social criticism
747 bc - 735 bc
Syrio-Israel War
734 bc - 732 bc
Fall of Israel
721 bc
Assyrian invasion conquers Israel
721 bc
Judah stands alone
721 bc - 586 bc
Anti-Assyrian Rebellion
705 bc - 701 bc
Deutesonomist
622 bc
Babylon vs Egypt
605 bc
Jeremiah
600 bc
Judah revolts first departation
597 bc
Judah revolts again 2nd deportation
587 bc
Babylonia Invasion
586 bc - 539 bc
People left revolt 3rd deportation
582 bc
Priestly
550 bc - 450 bc
Deutero-Isaiah fall of Babylon to the Persians
539 bc
Persian Rule
538 bc - 322 bc
Return from exile
538 bc
Dariuss
520 bc
Nehemiah
445 bc - 430 bc
concept of zero
400 bc - 301 bc
Eudoxus states the method of exhaustion for area determination
370 bc
Aristotle discusses logical reasoning in Organon
350 bc
Mo Jing, the earliest work on Chinese geometry, is compiled
330 bc
Hellenistic Rule
322 bc - 165 bc
Alexandar and Hellanistic Age
322 bc
Brahmi numerals ancestor of the modern base 10 numeral system are conceived
300 bc
Earliest calculator invented
300 bc
Earliest information on mathematical combinations
300 bc
Eratosthenes uses his sieve algorithm to isolate prime numbers
240 bc
Attempted Revolt by Jews (Maccabean war)
167 bc
Independent Judah
165 bc - 63 bc
Temporarily recapture the city
165 bc
First appearance of negative numbers
150 bc
Roman Rule
63 bc - 135
Romans enter Jerusalem
63 bc
Diophantus uses symbols for unknown numbers
250
Crucifiction of Jesus
33
Trito Isaiah
56 - 60
Jewish Rebellion
66
Romans enter Jerusalem and destroy the temple
70
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