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HISTORIC TIMELINE . Author : Ana Vidal Llopis. PREHISTORIC. Iron Age 700BC - AD43. Bronze Age 2400 - 700BC. Neolithic 4000BC. Prehistoric can refer to the period of humans existence before the aireilability of those written records. ROMAN. ROMAN AD43 – 410.

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historic timeline

HISTORIC TIMELINE

Author: Ana Vidal Llopis

prehistoric
PREHISTORIC
  • IronAge 700BC - AD43.
  • BronzeAge 2400 - 700BC.
  • Neolithic 4000BC.
  • Prehistoric can refertotheperiod of humansexistencebeforetheaireilability of thosewritten records.
roman
ROMAN
  • ROMAN AD43 – 410.
  • Itbegan in Rome in 753 B.C.

Thevisigotssack Rome.

Thiswasthefirst time in 800 yearsthatthecity of Rome has fallen toenemy.

saxon and viking
SAXON AND VIKING
  • Saxon and Viking 410 – 1066.
  • End of the Western RomanEmpire and thefall of Ancie Rome.

TheByzantineEmpireends.

medieval
MEDIEVAL
  • Medieval 1066 – 1485.
  • TheMiddleAges, Medieval Periodlastedfromtothe 15th century.
tudors
TUDORS
  • 16th and 17th centuries

Tudors 1485 – 1603.

  • EarlymodernBritainisthehistory of theisland of greatBritain, roughlycorrespondingtothe 16th, 17th and 18th centuries.
victorians
VICTORIANS
  • 18th and 19th centuries

Victorians 1837 – 1901.

  • TheVictorians of British historywastheperiod of QueenVictoriansreignfrom 20 June 1837, UntieRerdeathon 22 January 1901.
modern
MODERN
  • Modern1901 –
  • Modern history, alsoreferredto has themodernperiodarthemodern era, isthehistoriographicaeapproadtothe time frameafterthepast – classical era.
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