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26 Sep 2017
Christianity: Jesus is born to a woman named Mary
Christianity: Jesus was mocked, beaten, hung on the cross and crucified.
Christianity: Council of Jerusalem met and debated over dietary laws and circumcisions.
Christianity: The first letters of Paul were written (the seven letters that appear in the BIble)
Christianity: The last gospel by John was written, these were sometimes called the Synoptic gospels.
Christianity: The Edict of Milan ended prosecution of Christians. It was a letter signed by the Roman Emperors Constantine and Licinius.
Christianity: At the Council of Nicaea, they debated the nature of Jesus. It was known as the first council of Christian church, called by Emperor Constantine.
Hinduism: Indo-European languages break up, as the languages broke up, its sound system diverged as well, according to various sound laws in the daughter Indo-European languages
Hinduism: Indus River Valley civilization begins to rise, the Indus Civilization flourished between about 2600 and 1800 BCE when it collapsed into regional cultures at the Late Harappan stage
HInduism: composotion of the Vedas is formed, Vedas are a collection of hymns and other religious texts composed in India
Hinduism: Hittite inscriptions begin, the Hittites were an Ancient Anatolian people who established an empire centered on Hattusa in north-central Anatolia
Hinduism: movement from the Punjab to the Ganges Valley, composition of Yajur, Sama, and Atharva Vedas
Hinduism: Kashi is founded, where the Buddha is believed to have given his first sermon, the Pandavas visited here in the Mahabharata
Hinduism: both Brahmanas and Upanishads composed, the language of the Brahmanas and Upanishads are both languages of the four Vedas
Daoism: Daoism founded, created by a founding thinker, even though the common belief is that a teacher named Laozi originated the school and wrote its major work
Daoism: Chuang-Tzu further develops Daoist philosophy, influential Chinese philosopher who lived during the Warring States period
Daoism: immortality develops, when one's soul or energy is considered to be interlocked with the vital energy, which is what nourishes your soul
Daoism: Zhang Ling founds the sect of the Way of Five Bushels of Rice, named as such due to its requirement of having new members donate five pecks of rice before joining
Daoism: Zhang Lu organizes the Way of Five Bushels of Rice into religious communities, became known as Daoism of Heavenly Masters
Daoism: Wang Bi introduces Daoist concepts into Confucian learning, Wang known as one of the most important interpreters of the classical Chinese texts known as the Daodejing
Daoism: Wei Huacun becomes first female leader of the Shangqing sect
Confucianism: Birth of Confucius, Chinese teacher, editor, politician, and philosopher
Confucianism: Confucius appointed minister of crime for the State of Lu
Confucianism: Duke Ai orders Confucius' home to be preserved as a temple to his spirit
Confucianism: Confucianism spreads throughout China, Vietnam and Korea, main reason being popularity of Confucius
Confucianism: First mention of cult of Confucius, Han emperor sends repersentative to venerate Confucius' grave
Confucianism: end of Han Dynasty, Confucianism loses influence
Confucianism: first Confucian temple outside of Qufu built by King Xiaowen
Judaism: Abraham born, founding father of the Covenant
Judaism: Era of the Patriarch begins, Patriarchs, along with their primary wives are entombed at Cave of Machpelah in Hebron
Judaism: Abraham dies, lives to age ninety-nine
Judaism: The Exodus occurs, Israelites delivered from slavery
Judaism: arrival at Canaan, considered to be promised land
Judaism: Kingdom formed, capital located at Jerusalem
Judaism: Isreal conquered by Assyria
Buddhism: Lifetime of Buddha begins, known as "the enlightened one", born as Siddhartha Guatama
Buddhism: First Buddha council, held soon after death of Buddha
Buddhism: Reign of Asoka begins, Asoka was an Indian emperor of the Maurya Dynasty, who ruled almost all of the Indian
Buddhism: Mahayana Buddhism begins, one of two main existing branches of Buddhism
Buddhism: Buddhism spreads into Central Asia and China, Chinese Buddhist monks started to travel to India to discover Buddhism first-hand
Buddhism: Spreads to Burhma, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia
Buddhism: "Golden Age" of BUddhism begins in India, when the religion was thriving the most
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Christianity: Council of Nicaea occurred, debated nature of Jesus, considered first council of Christian church
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