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Period 2.1 Religion Timeline
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Beginning of the Hebrew calendar.
Abraham was born.
Moses was born.
Moses sees the burning bush.
Moses leads the people out of Egypt.
Jewish diaspora happens after the Assyrians conquer Israel.
Jewish revolt against the Romans.
Jesus Christ was born.
Jesus died on the cross.
Armenia makes Christianity the state religion.
Stephen became the first Christian martyr.
Saint Athanasius is the first person to list all 27 testament into a collection.
The Edict of Milan is put into place by Constantine.
Saint Jerome begins translating the Bible into Latin.
The Indus River Valley civilization begins to develop.
Vedic age begins.
Major unpashidas are written.
Epics and Puranas are written.
The Maurya Empire was founded.
The Gupta Empire was founded.
The Gupta Empire falls.
The beginning of the date range for when Daoism is believed to have developed in.
The ending of the date range that Daoism is believed to have developed in.
At a range around this year is when Loa-Tzu is believed to have lived.
Taiping Jing was compiled together.
Zhang Daoling founded the Way of Five Bushels of Rice.
Wang Bi initiates the use of Daoist concepts for Confucianist teachings.
Ge Hong writes The Master Who Has Embraced Simplicity.
Wei Huacun is the 1st female leader of the Shangqing.
Tao Hongjing develops a school for teaching Shangqing.
Siddhartha Gautama is born.
Gautama leaves home.
Gautama becomes the Buddha
Gautama begins to get followers.
Buddhism becomes the main religion for the Mauryan Empire.
Buddhism is introduced to present day Korea.
Confucius was born.
Confucianism is accepted as the main religion for the Han dynasty.
End of Han Dynasty.
First Confucian Temple built.
At the Imperial Academy, the teachings of Confucius are inscribed on stelae.
Confucius meets Lao-Tzu
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