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Ancient Rome Timelines. Science Mathematics Technology Artistic Cultural. Ancient Rome Science Timeline. 384 – 322 BC: Aristotle – Geocentric Theory [earth centered universe] 310 – 230 BC: Aristarchus – Heliocentric Theory [sun centered universe]

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ancient rome timelines

Ancient Rome Timelines

Science

Mathematics

Technology

Artistic

Cultural

ancient rome science timeline
Ancient Rome Science Timeline
  • 384 – 322 BC: Aristotle – Geocentric Theory [earth centered universe]
  • 310 – 230 BC: Aristarchus – Heliocentric Theory [sun centered universe]
  • 287 – 212 BC: Archimedes – Criticized Aristarchus’ Discovery [The Sand Reckoner]
  • 85-165 AD: Claudius Ptolemy – Epicycle Theory [The Almagest]
  • 1225-1274: Thomas Aquinas: Declared “God” via philosophy and theology
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1473 – 1543: Nicholas Copernicus: Heliocentric Theory [On the Revolutions of the Heavenly Spheres]

  • 1540-1603: William Gilbert – Magnetism and Electricity via empirical data [De Magnete: On the Magnet]
  • 1564 – 1642: Galileo Galilei – Confirmed Copernicus’ Heliocentric Theory via telescopes and thought experiments
  • 1548-1600: Giordano Bruno – Postulated an “Infinite” Universe. The Roman Catholic Church denounced, and duly criticized Galileo
  • 1546-1601: Tyco Brahe – Confirmed Galileo’s observations, and witnessed a supernova [De Nova Stella]
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1571 – 1630: Johannes Kepler – Kepler’s Three Laws [Harmonies of the World]; Optics, Telescopes, and more

  • 1642 – 1727: Isaac Newton – Newton’s Three Laws; Inventor of Calculus; Master of Alchemy; Discovered Optics – and the Visible Light Spectrum; Law of Gravitation [Principia]
  • 1656-1742: Edmund Halley – Influenced by Newton’s calculations and predicted “Halley’s Comet”
  • 1856-1943: Nikola Tesla – Vibration, Resonance; Master of Electricity; Inventor of Alternating Current (A/C) in contrast to Thomas Edison of Direct Current (D/C)
ancient rome mathematics timeline
Ancient Rome Mathematics Timeline
  • -1500 Metric flat 2 dimensional space.
  • -518 Pythagorean theory.
  • -300 Geometry, with logical understanding framework.
  • -225 Conic sections: ellipse, parabola and hyperbola.
  • -140 trigonometry.
  • -628 Number theory.
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-1665 Fundamental Theorem of Calculus.

  • -1683 Mathematics turned into family buisness.
  • -1684 Calculus from different perspectives.
  • -1738 Hydrodynamics.
  • -1748 Analysin infinitorum. (eix = cos x + i sin x)
  • -1770 Hyperbolic trigonometry.
  • Etc.
ancient rome technology timeline
Ancient Rome Technology Timeline
  • 280 First Roman coins as currency.
  • 1630 Telescopes
  • Concrete
  • Paddle Boats
  • Candles
  • Modern calendar
  • Coliseums
  • (This one was harder than others, because I couldn’t find a specific timeline for it.
ancient rome art timeline
Ancient Rome Art Timeline
  • 800 The Forum Romanian is build;first permanent buildings of stone in Rome.
  • 221 Blossom-time of the Roman fine-earthwork-industries and Circus Flaminius is built.
  • 200 The Greek art is brought to Rome.
  • 46 The Forum of Caesar is build.
  • 78 Augustus executes a building program for Rome.
  • 271Aurelianus builds city-walls around Rome.
ancient rome culture timeline
Ancient Rome Culture Timeline
  • 509 Rome becomes a republic.Rome becomes the most important city of his surroundings, Latium.
  • 338 Roman Empire enrôla Campai.
  • 334-264 Rome colonizes and conquers Italy.
  • 167 Direct taxes Roman citizens abolished.
  • 44Ceasar is killed.
ancient rome s achievements
Ancient Rome’s Achievements
  • The alphabet. Which is still used today.
  • Their army conquered much.
  • The Twelve Tables and the Justinian Code: Their law.
  • They were great architectures and expanded their empire and made great roads and buildings.
  • They created plumbing !! 