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Social Studies timeline
⟶ Updated 17 Dec 2018 ⟶
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First humans migrate out of Africa into Southern Eurasia.
Humans migrate from Southern Eurasia into Oceania.
Humans migrate from southern Eurasia into Western Eurasia.
Humans cross the Bering Strait into North America.
Humans migrate form North America into South America.
Humans discover fire
First evidence of Humans using the wheel
Humans first start to domesticate dogs.
The neolithic age ends and the Bronze Age begins.
Humans start to first use Agricuture.
Paleolithic age (old stone age) begins.
Paleolithic Age ends.
Neolithic Age ( New stone Age) Begins.
The epic of Gilgamesh was written.
The Akkidian Empire conquers and rules Mesopotamia.
Hammurabi's Code is Written
First evidence of Cuneiform.
First evidence of map usage in Babylon
First known usage of the chariot
The Iron Age begins
The plow was invented
The sailboat was invented.
Most Bronze Age civilizations end.
The civilization of Kush begins to thrive
Egypt's new kingdom collapses
Egypt's New kindom starts.
Egyptian kings surrender to Kush
Kush moves their kingdom because of Egyptian attacks.
The Kingdom of Kush repels the Romans
The kindom of Kush falls
The settlement of nile valley is founded
Abraham started the three biggest religions in the world. Judaism, Muslim, and Christian.
Moses leads the Jews out of Egypt and showed them the 10 Commandments.
The temple of Solomon was built.
The Hebrews moved out of Mesopotamia into Canaan.
Start of the Ionian Revolt
Alexander the Great begins his invasion on Persia.
Peloponnesian War Starts
End of the Ionian Revolt
Death of Xerxes
Death of Pericles
Hydna and Syllias
Battle of Salamis
Battle of Plataea
Battle of Marathon
Battle of Thermopolaye
Alexander the Great dies and his reign on Persia ends
Peloponnesian War Ends
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