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MIDDLE ASSYRIAN EMPIRE

End

934 BCE

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NEO-ASSYRIAN EMPIRE

911 BCE ( conquests of Babylonia, Persia, Lydia, Phrygians, Israel, Judah, Phoenicia, and Egypt.)

609 BCE: (Defeated at the Fall of Harran by the Babylonians and Medes)

3

ANCIENT CARTHAGE

start and end only

814 BCE: Phoenician started a colony.

146 BC: completely destroyed by the Rome in the Third Punic War.

4

ROME (ANCIENT CITY OF ROME)

Founded

753 BCE: Romulus and Remus

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THE MAYANS

Date began

Location

c.750 BCE: Began in Guatemala and Belize

6

HOMER

~700 BCE

7

CONSTANTINOPLE

began as Byzantium

657 BCE (Colony of the Greeks As Byzantium)

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NEBUCHADNEZZAR

dates of his Empire only

620 BCE: his father rebelled from Assyria and founded the Neo-Babylon Empire

539 BCE: conquered by Cyrus the Great

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NEO-BABYLONIAN EMPIRE

620 BCE: Nebuchadnezzar's father rebelled from Assyria

539 BCE: conquered by Cyrus the Great

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INVENTION OF COINS

610 BCE

(Lydian Empire)

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NEBUCHADNEZZAR

Dates of his reign

605 – 562 BCE, the longest and most powerful reign of any monarch in the Neo-Babylonian Empire

12

GREEK PUNIC WARS

600–265 BCE

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THE BABYLONIAN EXILE OF THE JUDEANS

597 BCE: Nebuchadnezzar conquers Jerusalem

539 BCE: Cyrus the Great in captures Babylon, permits exiled Judeans to return to Judah.

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Croesus

How long his reign?

Croesus 'Creesus' reigned in Lydia for the last 14 years before it was conquered in 546 BCE by the Persian king Cyrus the Great.

15

TORAH - WHEN COMPLETED

597 BCE to 539 BCE

(during the Babylonian Exile) ?

Or after ?

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CROESUS

When was his city conquered?

546 BCE

Croesus 'Creesus' reigned in Lydia for the last 14 years before it was conquered in 546 BCE by the Persian king Cyrus the Great.

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TOWER OF BABEL (Etemenanki) 

590-560 BCE

Etemenanki (Sumerian: "temple of the foundation of heaven and earth") was the name of a ziggurat dedicated to Marduk in the city of Babylon, famously rebuilt by rulers Nabopolassar and Nebuchadnezzar II

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CYRUS THE GREAT

Persian uprising vs Media

550 BCE

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ACHAEMENID EMPIRE

550 BCE: Cyrus the Great

330 BCE: Fall to Macedonia

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IRON AGE ENDS HISTORIOGRAPHY STARTS

Achaemenid Empire (record by Herodotus)

Achaemenid Empire c. 550 BCE (record by Herodotus)

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IRON AGE ENDS HISTORIOGRAPHY STARTS

Achaemenid Empire (record by Herodotus)

Central and Western Europe

End of the Germanic Iron Age of Scandinavia

Achaemenid Empire c. 550 BCE (record by Herodotus)

Central and Western Europe: the 1st century BCE (the Roman conquests)

The Germanic Iron Age of Scandinavia: c. CE 800, (the beginning of the Viking Age)

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LYDIA

end

546 BCE (Conquered by the Persian king Cyrus the Great)

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CYRUS THE GREAT

Conquest of Lydia

 

546 BCE

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CYRUS THE GREAT

Conquest of Babylon

539 BCE

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CONQUEST OF CROESUS

546 BCE by Cyrus the Great

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ACHAEMENID EMPIRE

Conquest of Egypt

525 BCE

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934 BCE

MIDDLE ASSYRIAN EMPIRE

End

28

911 BCE

NEO-ASSYRIAN EMPIRE

Conquests of Babylonia, Persia, Lydia, Phrygians, Israel, Judah, Phoenicia, and Egypt.

29

814 BCE

ANCIENT CARTHAGE

founded as a  Phoenician colony.

30

753 BCE

ROME (ANCIENT CITY)

Founded by Romulus and Remus

31

750 BCE

THE MAYANS

Began in Guatemala and Belize

The first Maya cities developed around 750 BCE.

By 500 BC these cities possessed monumental architecture, including large temples with elaborate stucco façades.

32

~700 BCE

HOMER

33

657 BCE

CONSTANTINOPLE

Founded as a colony of the Greeks as Byzantium

34

620 BCE

Nebuchadnezzar's father Nabopolassar rebelled from Assyria and founded the Neo-Babylon Empire

35

610 BCE

 

LYDIAN EMPIRE

Invention of Coins

36

609 BCE

NEO-ASSYRIAN EMPIRE

Defeated at the Fall of Harran by the Babylonians and Medes

37

605 BCE

NEBUCHADNEZZAR

The longest and most powerful reign of any monarch in the Neo-Babylonian Empire.

Start of his Reign

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605 – 562 BCE

NEBUCHADNEZZAR

Dates of his reign, the longest and most powerful reign of any monarch in the Neo-Babylonian Empire

39

600 BCE

GREEK PUNIC WARS

Start

40

600-265 BCE

GREEK PUNIC WARS

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597 BCE

BABYLONIAN EXILE

Judeans Captured and taken to Babylon

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597 - 539 BCE

BABYLONIAN EXILE

Torah Completed there or after

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597 BCE

Nebuchadnezzar conquers Jerusalem

THE BABYLONIAN EXILE OF THE JUDEANS

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~590-560 BCE

TOWER OF BABEL (Etemenanki) 

Etemenanki (Sumerian: "temple of the foundation of heaven and earth") was the name of a ziggurat dedicated to Marduk in the city of Babylon, famously rebuilt by rulers Nabopolassar and Nebuchadnezzar II

45

562 BCE

NEBUCHADNEZZAR

The longest and most powerful reign of any monarch in the Neo-Babylonian Empire

 

End of his Reign

46

550 BCE

ACHAEMENID EMPIRE

CYRUS THE GREAT

Persian uprising vs Media

 

IRON AGE ENDS HISTORIOGRAPHY STARTS

Achaemenid Empire (record by Herodotus)

 

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550 BCE

89-9 BCE

800 CE

IRON AGE ENDS HISTORIOGRAPHY STARTS

Achaemenid Empire (record by Herodotus)

Central and Western Europe

End of the Germanic Iron Age of Scandinavia

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546 BCE

CYRUS THE GREAT

Conquest of Lydia by the Persian king Cyrus the Great

 

CROESUS OF LYDIA

Croesus ' Creesus ' reigned in Lydia for the last 14 years before it was conquered in 546 BCE by the Persian king Cyrus the Great.

49

546 BCE - 330 BCE

ACHAEMENID PERSIAN EMPIRE

 

(ANCIENT EMPIRES IN ANATOLIA)

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539 BCE

THE BABYLONIAN EXILE OF THE JUDEANS

Cyrus the Great conquers Babylon (famously bloodless), permits exiled Judeans to return to Judah.

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525 BCE

ACHAEMENID EMPIRE

Conquest of Egypt