History

 
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timeline of historical events

On this page we list a timeline of events and the associated construction dates for the various subjects relevant to this project that are discussed on the other pages. This is presented for the purpose of big picture visioneering. Times are given in Before Current Era (BCE). This page is under construction.

 

  • 0 (Apr 2018); Asteroid 2018 GE3, Earth flyby.
  • 1 (Oct 2017); Asteroid 'Omuamua, impact potential 4.2 - 46.9 Gtons TNT equivalent, Earth flyby.
  • 7 (2012); Earth population exceeds 7 billion.
  • 19 (1999); Earth population exceeds 6 billion.
  • 24 (1994); Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 impact event, 6,000 Gtons TNT equivalent, Planet Jupiter.
  • 31 (1987); Earth population exceeds 5 billion.
  • 44 (1974); Earth population exceeds 4 billion.
  • 58 (1960); Earth population exceeds 3 billion.
  • 91 (1927); Earth population exceeds 2 billion.
  • 110 (1908); Tunguska Air impact event, 10 - 15 Mtons TNT equivalent, Siberia, Russia.
  • 214 (1804); Earth population exceeds 1 billion.
  • 258 (1760 - 1820); Beginning of Industrial Revolution.
  • 2,210; Construction of Qin Shi Mausoleum (step pyramid), Xi'an, China.
  • 2,500; Construction of Tomb of King Kashta (pyramid), Meroe, Nubia.
  • 2,500; Construction of the Behistun Inscription in Iran containing Old Persian, Elamite and Babylonian.
  • 2,290; Story told by Chaldean priest in Babylon, Berossus, of the Adapa or Oannes beings.
  • 3,250; Construction of Chogha Zanbil Ziggurat, Khuzestan, Iran.
  • 3,754; Creation of Code of Hammurabi basalt Stele by 6th Babylonian King.
  • 4,200; Construction of the Rosetta Stone containing ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics, demotic and ancient Greek.
  • 4,500; Construction of the Fuente Magna of the Americas, containing ancient Pukara and proto-Sumerian.
  • 4510; Construction of Pyramid of Menkaure, Giza, Egypt (4th Dynasty).
  • 4532 - 4448; Construction of the Great Sphinx, Giza, Egypt (4th Dynasty).
  • 4570; Construction of Pyramid of Khafre, Giza, Egypt (4th Dynasty).
  • 4560 - 4580; Construction of Pyramid of Khufu (Cheops), Giza, Egypt (4th Dynasty).
  • 4648 - 4667; Construction of Pyramid of Djoser, Saqqara, Egypt (3rd Dynasty).
  • 4,000 - 5,000; Construction of Stonehenge, England, UK.
  • 4,100; Construction of Ziggurat of Ur, City of Ur, Iraq.
  • 5,000; Construction of Ziggurat of Tepe Sialk, Kashan, Iran.
  • 5,000; Burckle Crater impact event, Indian Ocean.
  • 5,000; Emergence of first writing form Cuneiform, in Sumer.
  • 6,500; Construction of 3 - 4 m below surface layer at Gunung Padang, West Java, Indonesia.
  • 6,000 - 7,500; First settling of Sumer by proto Euphrateans or Ubaidians. 
  • 10,000; Abandonment and burial of Gobekli Tepe, Turkey.
  • 12,000; Construction of Gobekli Tepe, Turkey.
  • 11,600; Dating by Plato in his books Timaeus and Critias for the sinking of the lost City of Atlantis.
  • 11,700; End of the Pleistocene geological epoch (started 2,588,000 years ago).
  • 11,700 - 12,900; duration of the climate period known as the Younger Dryas.
  • 12,500; Start of Neolithic Revolution and adoption of agricultural-farming methods by homo sapiens.
  • 12,500; Construction of 8 - 10 m below surface layer at Gunung Padang, West Java, Indonesia.
  • 20,000; Construction of 15 m below surface layer at Gunung Padang, West Java, Indonesia.
  • 40,000; oldest Paleolithic cave art by homo sapiens.
  • 50,000; Impact of Arizona Crater, 10.7 - 26.2 Mtons TNT equivalent, Arizona, USA.
  • 60,000; oldest paleolithic cave art, possibly by Neanderthals.
  • 130,000 - 180,000; Claimed first appearance of homo sapiens out of Africa.
  • 160,000; Discovery of claimed homo sapiens skull at Middle Awash, Ethiopia.
  • 300,000; Discovery of claimed homo sapiens skull at Jebel Irhoud, Morocco.