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World Civilizations Final Exam Dates

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803 BCE
Carthage founded
753 BCE
City of Rome founded
6th century BCE
Lao Tzu founds Daosim
509 BCE
Etruscan Kings expelled from Rome, Rome becomes a republic
451 BCE
Roman law code written down
481-221 BCE
Warring States period
479 BCE
Confucius dies
287 BCE
End of the struggle of the orders
264-241 BCE
First Punic War, naval war for Sicily, Rome wins and imposes punitive measures on Carthage
221 BCE
Qin Dynasty unites China
219-202 BCE
Second Punic War, Hannibal attacks Italy, Scipio Africanus attacks Carthage, Battle of Zama, Rome wins
206 BCE
Liu Bang overthrows Qin, begins Han Dynasty
206 BCE-220 CE
Han Dynasty
107-101 BCE
Marius elected consul
58-50 BCE
Caesar wins war in Gaul, returns to Rome w/army and declares himself dictator, takes Egypt from Pompey
44 BCE
Senate kills Caesar, Octavian and Marcus Antonius team up to kill Caesar's murderers but w/out common enemy gradually become enemies themselves, Octavian in Rome, MA in Egypt
31 BCE
Octavian wins Battle of Actium, end of Republic
483 BCE
Buddha dies
300 BCE
Agriculture develops in Japan
200 BCE-500 CE
Arrival of Korean and Chinese immigrants to Japan
111 BCE- 938 CE
Dai Viet under Chinese rule
65 CE
Buddhism arrives in China
220 CE
Han Dynasty and Confucianism fall in China
220-581 CE
Feudal period, Buddhism catches on in China
405 CE
Introduction of Chinese script in Japan
552 CE
Buddhism arrives in Japan
581-618 CE
Sui Dynasty
618-907 CE
Tang Dynasty
604 CE
Shotoku Taishi introduces constitution in Japan
710 CE
Divine Mandate established in China
755 CE
An Lushan rebellion
1000-930 BCE
Kingdom of Israel: Kings Saul, Solomon, and David
586-538 BCE
Jews held in Babylon as slaves
538 BCE
Cyrus the Great frees the Jews from Babylon
1st century BCE
Rome takes over Judaea
67-70 CE
Jewish revolt at Masada
70 CE
Romans destroy second Temple, diaspora begins
9 CE
Battle of Teutoberger Forest, Romans defeated by Germans, fixes boundary of Empire at Rhine River
3rd century CE
Reign of barracks emperors-- series of military dictators
284 CE
Diocletian becomes emperor, last of barracks emperors, persecutes Christians
313 CE
Constantine legalizes Christianity
325 CE
Nicene Council
370 CE
Huns arrive from Central Asia, drive Germans into Roman Empire
476 CE
End of Empire, Emperor Romulus Augustus deposed by Germans
3rd century CE
Domestication of camels in Africa
622 CE
Hijrah (flight of Muhammad and his followers to Medina, fight numerous battles)
632 CE
Muhammad dies
632-732 CE
Islam spreads to Spain, south along Nile, and to India
638 CE
Arab Muslims conquer Jerusalem
661-750 CE
Umayyad Caliphate, who move Caliphate's capitol to Damascus, Syria
700-1492 CE
Spain ruled by Muslims, reconquista
750-1258 CE
Abbasid Caliphate
1095 CE
Pope Urban II declares First Crusade to retake Jerusalem
1099 CE
Christians capture Jerusalem and persecute Muslims living there, end of First Crusade
1206 CE
Temujin becomes Genghis Khan
1227 CE
Temujin dies
1241 CE
Mongolian campaign to defeat Europe ends due to internal dispute over succession
1258 CE
Hugelu, GK's son, defeats Abbasid Caliphate, ending golden age of Islam
1276 CE
Kublai Khan, GK's grandson, conquers China, establishing Yuan Dynasty
700-1100 CE
State of Ghana
1100-1400 CE
State of Mali
1492 CE
end of reconquista
476-1099 CE
Middle Ages
1279-1368 CE
Yuan Dynasty
1368-1611 CE
Ming Dynasty
1433 CE
China's ocean-going voyages terminated, beginning of Chinese decline