Foundations of World History 8000 B.C.E. to 600 C.E. Tom White, Nikitha Lattupally, Matt Massaro, Jessica Thomas. Geographic Ranges. Mesopotamia Egypt Indus (India) Shang (China) Mesoamerica Andean South America. Geographical Maps.
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8000 B.C.E. to 600 C.E.
Tom White, Nikitha Lattupally, Matt Massaro, Jessica Thomas
The map shows the geographical range during Alexander Empire and the Hellenistic World.
8500-3500-Development of farming in Middle East-Agricultural Revolution
2500-1750 Babylonian Empire in Middle East
2000-1500-Decline of the Middle Kingdom in Egypt, civil war
5000-2000 Age of innovation in Middle East: writing, bronze, metalworking, wheel, plow
5000 Domestication of maize in Mesoamerica
3100 Rise of Egyptian civilization
2500-1500-India civilization in South Asia
Greek defeat of Persia; spread of Athenian Empire
1760-1122 Shang Dynasty in China
Growth of empire in Egypt
753 Rome is founded
431-404 Peloponnesian Wars
500 Greek War against Persians
1029 - 258 Zhou dynasty
1750 Persia begins to expand its powerbase
527-565 Justinian, Eastern Emperor
476 Last Roman emperor deposed, fall of Rome
313 Conversion of Emperor Constantine to Christianity
30 Crucifixion of Christ
146 Roman conquest of Greece
330 Capital of Roman Empire moved to Constantinople
390 Rome Sacked by Gauls
589-618 Sui dynasty in China
319-540 Gupta Empire
300-400 Invasion of Europe by the Germanic tribes
27 Official beginning of the Roman Empire
395 Roman Empire divided into two halves, the Western half- Byzantine and the Eastern half
335 Rise of Alexander the Great- Hellenistic period