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Greek and Roman History

Minoan Culture c. 2200 B.C.-1450 B.C.
Mycenaen Culture c. 1450 B.C.-1200B.C.
Trojan War c. 1250B.C.
Phoenician Civilization and the Alphabet c. 1200B.C.-1000B.C.
Israel Divides into Two Kingdoms c. 931B.C.
Homer and Greek Mythology c. 900B.C.
The Olympics c. 776B.C.
Founding of Rome c. 753 B.C.
Greece Colonized, Democracy Begins c. 750B.C.-508B.C.
Israel and Judah Fall c. 722B.C./586B.C.
Prophets of God c. 740B.C.-433B.C.
Roman Republic Developed c. 509B.C.-366B.C.
Persian Wars c. 500B.C.-480B.C.
Pericles and the Peloponnesian War 461B.C.-404B.C.
Greek Philosophers c. 450B.C.-322B.C.
Nehemiah and the Jewish Return c. 444B.C.
Alexander the Great 356B.C.-323B.C.
Architectural Advances in Rome c. 250 B.C.
Rome Rises to World Power by 146B.C.
Reign of Julius Caesar 59B.C.-44B.C.
Reign of Caesar Augustus 27B.C.-14 A.D.
Birth of Christ c. 3 B.C.
Ministry of John the Baptist c. 27 A.D.
Ministry of Christ c. 27 A.D.-c. 30 A.D.
Crucifixion, Resurrection, and Ascension of Christ c. 30 A.D.
Rome Burns, Nero Persecutes Christians 64 A.D.
Destruction of Jerusalem 70 A.D.
Pompeii Burns 79 A.D.
Split of the Roman Empire 286 A.D.
Constantine and the Edict of Milan 313 A.D.
The First Council of Nicea 325 A.D.
End of the Western Roman Empire 476 A.D.
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