TIMELINE OF WORLD HISTORY
 

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  Timeline of World History

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Timeline of World History
 
 
 
 
Contents
 
 
 
  Big Bang - 1BC
 

Mesozoic Era - Ancient Egypt - Homer "Iliad", "Odyssey" - Judaism. The Covenant with God - Plutarch "Life of Romulus" - The Age of Pericless - The Battle of Syracuse - The Death of Socrates - Plato - Buddhism - Aristophanes - Alexander the Great - Hannibal - Ancient Greek Sculpture - Mahabharata - The Hasmonean dynasty - Cleopatra VII - The Jewish War

 
 
 
  1th - 12th century (1-1199)
 

Ovid "Metamorphoses" - History of Christianity - Julius Caesar - Attila the Hun in Battle - The Age of Justinian - Hagia Sophia - Islam - Lincoln Cathedral - Battle of Constantinople - The Coming of the Vikings - Holy Roman Empire - Crusades

 
 
 
  13th century (1200-1299)
 

University of Cambridge  - Battle at Kalka River - Inquisition - Kublai Khan and Marco Polo - Dante Alighieri "Divine Comedy" - Giotto - Thomas Aquinas - Florence - Osman I - Simone Martini - Khaljī dynasty

 
 
 
  14th century (1300-1399)
 
 
Tenochtitlan - Francesco Landini - Valois Dynasty - Hundred Years’ War - Black Death - Black Prince and Battle of Poitiers - Hubert van Eyck - Mamluk dynasty - Fra Angelico - The Fall of Richard II
 
 
 
  15th century (1400-1499)
 

Battle of Grunwald - Joan of Arc - Medici - Hussite Wars - Torquemada - Francois Villon - Botticelli - Sforza Francesco - Hieronymus Bosch - Christopher Columbus  - Leonardo da Vinci - End of Byzantine Empire - Wars of the Roses - Richard III Plantagenet - Machiavelli - Copernicus - Michelangelo - Martin Luther - Raphael - Titian - Henry VIII of England - Cornish Rebellion

 
 
 
  16th century (1500-1599)
 

Russo-Lithuanian Wars - John Calvin - Cortes and Conquest of Mexico - Pieter Brueghel - Battle of Tenochtitlau - Magellan - Palestrina - Protestantism - Ivan IV, The Terrible - Elizabeth I - Montaigne - El Greco - Torquato Tasso - Cervantes - Ukiyo-e - French Wars of Religion - Shakespeare - Battle of Lepanto - Henry IV  - Rubens - Anglo-Spanish War - Kabuki - Monteverdi - Pope Gregory XIV - Orinoco River - Rene Descartes

 
 
 
  17th century (1600-1699)
 
 
 
 
  18th century (1700-1799)
 
 
 
 
  19th century (1800-1899)
 
 
 
 
  20th century (1900-1999)
 
 
 
 
  21th century
 
 
 
 
  Everything Else - MISCILLANEA
 
WORLD History    
     
IDEAS that Changed the World   EVENTS that Changed the World
     
BOOKS that Changed the World   PEOPLE that Changed the World
     
ART that Changed the World   MUSIC that Changed the World
     
MISCILLANEA    
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Select Bibliography
 
 
The Timetables of History. A Historical Linkage of People and Events. Bernard Grum. A Touchstone Book. Published by Simon & Schuster, 2005

Smithsonian Timelines of History
, Smithsonian Institution

Concise History of Science and Invention, National Geographic Society, Washington D.C. USA

1000 Events that Shaped the World. Diamond. National Geographic Society, Washington D.C. USA

Atlas of Exploration. Published in North America by Oxford University Press

Great Events of the 20th Century, London, 1992)

Gardner's Art Through the Ages. Fred S. Kleiner, Christin J. Mamiya.Thomson. Wadsworth

History of Art. H.W. Janson. Revised and expanded by Anthony F.Janson. Prentice Hall, Inc., and Harry N. Abrms, Inc. Published in 1995

Crash Course in Art by Eva Howarth. Brockhampton Press, 1997

Art of the 20th century. Under the Direction of Jean-Louis Ferrier. Collaboration of Yann Le Pichon. Chene-Hachette, 1999.

Chronicle of the 20th Century, Longman & Chronicle Communications Ltd, Harlow, 1988)

Classical Muic by John Stanley. Mitchell Beazley, 1996

Warfare, edited by Geoffrey Parker. Cambridge Illistrated History, 2001

Miths & Legends by Neil Philip. Annotated Guides.

100 Decisive Battless by Paul K. Davis. Oxfore University Press.

The Yale Dictionary of Art & Artists. Erika Langmuir, Norbert Lynton. New Haven and London. 2000

The Thames and Hudson Dictionary of Art and Artists. Consulting Editor Herbert Read. Thames and Hudson, 1988

The Penguin Dictionary of Art and Artists. Penguin Books, 1997

The Oxford Encyclopedic English Dictionary, Oxford, 1991

The Oxford Dictionary of Quotations. Edited by Angel Partington. Oxford University Press, 1992

What Great Paintings Say. Old Masters in Detali by Rose-Marie & Rainer Hagen. Taschen, 1996

Paintings that Changed the World. Klaus Reichold and Bernhard Graf. Prestel-Verlag, 1998

The Story of Writing by Andrew Robinson. Thames & Hudson, 1995

The Costume History by Auguste Racinet. Taschen.
 
 
 
1911 Encyclopedia Britannica
 
Encyclopædia Britannica
 
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
 
Catholic Encyclopedia
 
The Project Gutenberg
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
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