June 15, 2020
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Human Origins Timeline Mini Project Ebenezer Annan
⟶ Updated 17 Jan 2019 ⟶
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The first evidence of cultivation and animal domestication in southwestern Eurasia
First Evidence of Humans using the wheel
Humans first begin domesticating dogs.
Invention of agriculture
The first evidence of the use of controlled fire
Humans migrate out of Africa into Southern Eurasia
Humans migrate out of southern Eurasia to western Eurasia.
Start of the Mayan calendar
Work begins on Stonehenge in England.
Hammurabi becomes sixth Amorite king of Babylon
End of Hammurabi's nearly 43 year rule
Hammurabi’s Code written
First written language Cuneiform invented
earliest known usage of the Chariot
Sumer civilization in Mesopotamia use gold in jewellery manufacture.
Khufu's Reign Begins
Ramses the Great rules over Egypt.
Kush regains independence from Egypt
Egypt fell into political chaos.
Meroë becomes the capital of Kush
The kingdom of Kush is formed
Abram is called by God.
Moses leads the Jews on an exodus from Egypt
King Solomon constructs the First Temple
The Assyrians conquer Israel and launch the Jewish diaspora
Battle Of Marathon
Battle of Thermopylae
Battle of Salamis
Battle of Platea
The Delian League is established
Peloponnesian League is established
Battle of Chaeronea
Plauge Hits Athens
Battle of Leuctra
Rome is founded
Julius Caesar extends Roman conquest into central and western Europe
Peak of Roman territorial expansion
Invasions by foreigners begin
Rome falls to the Goths ( yet another Germainic tribe)
Rome is sacked by Vandals (another Germainic tribe)
Rome is sacked by invading Visigoths (a Germainic tribe)
Pax Romana begins
End of Pax Roman
Akkadian Empire lasts
Old Assyrian Empire Rules Mesopotamia
Middle Assyrian Empire Rule over mesopotamia.
Egypt the Middile KIngdom
Egypt The New KIngdom
Years of the Roman Republic
Crisis period in Roman political leadership
Years of the Roman Kingdom
Years of the Roman Empire
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