Western Civilization to 1648
Western Civilization to 1648 HIST 1111
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Date Created: 11/02/15
HISTORY 1111 TIMELINE INSTRUCTIONS Dr Reid S Derr updated August 19 2008 Date Due Friday December 5 at 4 pm or anytime during the nal week of class because I want to give them back to you at the nal Instructions 1 Find all dates for the people events and so on listed on the next page Use your text and its index class lecture notes and encyclopedias to nd the necessary information Sometimes your textbook and other source materials will only contain the dates of a person s reign or period of prominence Use the dates available in the text and encyclopedia sources although full dates of a person s lifetime are always preferable 2 Find a long piece of computer paper butcher paper or make a scroll using several sheets of paper 3 Draw a time scale on our paper This time scale must be UNIFORM and cover the approximately 5000 years covered in this course I strongly suggest that you use two inches 2 per one hundred years 4 Use dots and lines to place every person event or period listed below onto the timeline Your instructor will show you examples and will demonstrate how to do this DO YOUR WORK IN PENCIL FIRST Experiment with the scale and layout BEFORE you do your nal work Also the use of color will increase the clarity and readability of your timeline Your timeline will be graded on its neatness accuracv claritv readabilitv chronolo ical uniformity and SPELLING In judging your own timeline ask yourself the question could a person unfamiliar with History 1111 understand my timeline and grasp where a particular person or event t into the ow of human history Also if you have suggestions for improving this assignment in any way please let me know YOUR TIMELINE MUST INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING ITEMS Cuneiform scribal schools ourished in Sumeria Initial uni cation of Egypt First Dynasty Time of Pyramid building in Egypt Old Kingdom King Hammurabi of Babylon Sumerians began to dominate southern Mesopotamia Hyksos invaded Egypt New Kingdom Period in Egypt Approximate lifetime of Abraham the patriarch of the Hebrew Israelite people Moses led the Hebrews from Egypt in the Exodus King DaVid King Solomon Jerusalem fell to the Babylonians Rome s foe Carthage was founded The Greek Lyric Age Greek Classical Period Persian Wars Peloponnesian War Thales of Miletos Socrates Plato Aristotle Herodotus the father of history Traditional date of Rome s founding Etruscan Period Establishment of Roman Republic Each of the three Punic Wars The Late Republic Pax Romana Virgil OVid Period of the Five Good Emperors Period of the socalled Barracks Emperors Goths entered Europe Edict of Milan legalizing Christianity Augustine of Hippo Pericles Philip II of Macedonia Alexander the Great Solon Thucydides Sophocles Euclid Eratosthenes Marcus Tullius Cicero Julius Caesar Roman Conquest of Italy OctaVian Augustus Caesar s assasination Horace Jesus of Nazareth Paul of Tarsus Marcus Aurelius Diocletian Constantine the Great Theodosius Rome occupied by Visigothic king Odocacar Rome s fall Pope Gregory I Justinian Justinian s law code Corpus iuris civilis Mohammed Charles Martel defeated Moslems at Tours Period of the Early Middle Ages Beginning of Viking attacks on Northern Europe Period of the High Middle Ages Period of the Eight Crusades Black Death reached Europe German Hanseatic League founded at Lubeck Geoffrey Chaucer s Canterbury Tales Period of the High Renaissance Michaelangelo Buonarroti William Shakespeare Invention of the printing press and moveable type Introduction of cannon and gunpowder into Europe Desiderius Erasmus Christopher Columbus reached the New World Ferdinand Magellan circumnavigated the world John Calvin Benedict of Nursia Clovis I The Hijra Charlemagne William the Conqueror Thomas Aquinas Dante Alighieri s Divine Comedy University of Bologna established Pope Gregory VII Giovanni Boccaccio Leonardo da Vinci Niccolo Machiavelli Thomas More Vasco da Gama sailed to India Martin Luther
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