June 15, 2020
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Social studies Timeline
Timeline of what weird things happened in Egypt
⟶ Updated 9 Nov 2017 ⟶
List of edits
5,500 B.C.E - Earliest perminit settlements build near the NIle river.
3,100 B.C.E - Menes units lower and upper Egypt and becomes the first pharoph
3,100 B.C.E - Memphis becomes the capital
2,630 B.C.E - The first step pyramid is built at Saqqara
2,575 B.C.E - Bronze replaces copper
2,570 B.C.E - Pyrimids of Giza are built
2,050 B.C.E - The temple at Karnka begins to be built
2,040 B.C.E - Thebes becomes a capital
1,493 B.C.E - Hatshepsut becomes a pharaoph
1,479 B.C.E - Thutmose lll becomes a pharoph
1,290 B.C.E - Ramses the second becomes a pharaoh
743 B.C.E - Nubians (kushites) take over Egypt
664 B.C.E - Nubians (kushites) are pushed out of Egypt
661 B.C.E - The assyrians attack Thebes
332 B.C.E - Alexander the great conquirs Egypt
51 B.C.E - Cleopatra becomes pharaoph of Egypt
PreDynastic Period ~3300-3100 b.c.e.
Early Dynastic Period ~3100-2700 b.c.e.
Old Kingdom, aka Age of the Pyramids ~2750-2250 b.c.e.
First Intermediate Period (a time of chaos) ~2250-2050 b.c.e.
Middle Kingdom ~2050-1650 b.c.e.
Second Intermediate Period (a time of chaos) ~1650-1570 b.c.e.
New Kingdom aka the Golden Age of Egypt ~1570-1070 b.c.e.
Third Intermediate Period 1070-665 b.c.e.
Late Period 665-332 b.c.e.
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