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Title: 3000-1000 BCE


1
3000-1000 BCE
Hittites
Minoan
Mesopotamia
Shang
Indus Valley
Egypt
2
500 BCE Beginning of Confucianism, Taoism and
Buddhism
Greek States
Persians
Carthage
Zhou
Indian States
Olmec
Sheba
Nubia
Bantu
Chavin
3
323 BCE Alexander The Great
Celts
Huns
Alexander the Great
Carthage
Zhou
Olmec
Nubia
Nok
Bantu
Paracas
4
200 BCE
Bactria
Parthia
Germans
Celts
Huns
Roman Republic
Qin (up to 206)
Seleucid
Carthage
Ptolemaic
Mauryan (Asoka)
Olmec
Nubia
Bantu
Polynesians
Nazca
5
14 CE
Celts
Huns
Germans
Huns
Roman Empire
Kushan
Teotihuacan
Han
Parthian Empire
Various kingdoms
Nubia
Maya
Axum
Bantu
Moche
Polynesians
6
200 CE Early Christianity and Silk Road
Celts
Huns
Germans
Hsiung-Nu
Roman Empire
Kushan
Teotihuacan
Han
Parthian Empire
Andhra
Meroe
Maya
Axum
Bantu
Moche
Polynesians
7
420 CE Christianity Official in Rome
Celts
Slavs
Germans
Huns
Avars
Eastern Roman Empire
Western Roman Empire
Huns
Northern Wei
Teotihuacan
Yamato
Kushan
Sassanid
Liu Sung
Gupta
Ghana
Maya
Axum
Bantu
Moche
Polynesians
8
600 CE - Before Start of Islam
Celts
Slavs
Turks
Frankish Kingdoms
Eastern Roman Empire
Turks
Koguryo Silla
Teotihuacan
Yamato
Tibetans
Sassanid
Sui
Harsha
Chalukya
Arabs
Ghana
Maya
Axum
Bantu
Bantu
Moche
Bantu
Tiahuanaco
9
800 CE
Finns
Anglo-Saxons
Scandinavians
Bulgars
Celts
Slavs
Frankish Kingdoms
Magyars
Silla
Uighurs
Eastern Roman Empire
Turks
Mound Builders
Anasazi
Tibetans
Heian
Abbasid Caliphate
Tang
Umayyad Caliphate of Cordoba
Toltecs
Ghana
Maya
Axum
Bantu
Srivijaya
Bantu
Huari
Tiahuanaco
Bantu
10
Holy Roman Empire
1000 CE
Finns
Poland
Scandinavian
Hungary
England
Russia
Koryo
Turks
Mongols
France
Byzantine Empire
Uighurs
Mound Builders
Anasazi
Heian
Tibetans
Fatimid Caliphate
Song
Umayyad Caliphate of Cordoba
Toltecs
Ghana
Maya
Khmer
Chola
Srivijaya
Bantu
Chimu
Bantu
Maori
11
Holy Roman Empire
1237 CE Rise of Mongols
Finns
Poland
Scots
Scandinavian
Hungary
Russia
Inuit
England
Koryo
France
Byzantine Empire
Mongols
Iroquois
Rum
Anasazi
Mound Builders
Kamakura
Almohad Caliphate
Ayyubid Caliphate
Song
Castile Leon
Sultanate Of Delhi
Zapotec
Arawak
Mali
Maya
Ethiopia
Khmer
Benin
Zanj City States
Srivijaya
Bantu
Chimu
Zimbabwe
Maori
12
Holy Roman Empire
1300 CE
Scandinavian Kingdoms
Scotland
Russia
Khanate of The Golden Horde
Lithuania
Poland
Inuit
England
Hungary
France
Byzantine Empire
Iroquois
Jagatai Khanate
Portugal
Pueblo
Mound Builders
Kamakura
Yuan
Ilkhanate
Apache
Marinids
Castile
Sultanate Of Delhi
Aztec
Mamelukes
Arawak
Granada
Mali
Ethiopia
Mixtec Zapotec
Khmer
Oyo
Benin
Maya
Zanj City States
Majapahit
Bantu
Chimu
Inca
Zimbabwe
Maori
13
Holy Roman Empire
1400 CE
Union of Kalmar
Scotland
Russia Mongol Tributary
Khanate of The Golden Horde
Poland- Lithuania
Inuit
England
Korea
Hungary
France
Ottoman Empire
Iroquois
Jagatai Khanate
Portugal
Pueblo
Mound Builders
Ashikaga
Ming
Timurid Empire
Apache
Marinids
Castile
Mamelukes
Aztec
Arawak
Granada
Mali
Mixtec- Zapotec
Ethiopia
Vijayangara
Siam
Oyo
Benin
Maya
Zanj City States
Majapahit
Bantu
Chimu
Inca
Zimbabwe
Maori
14
Holy Roman Empire
1519 CE Reformation
Union of Kalmar
Scotland
Muscovy - Russia
Poland- Lithuania
Inuit
England
Kazaks
Hungary
France
Manchus
Ottoman Empire
Mongols
Iroquois
Portugal
Pueblo
Korea
Mound Builders
Ashikaga
Safavid Empire
Ming
Delhi Sultanate
P
Islamic Kingdoms
Spain
P
Spanish Empire
Aztec
P
P
P
Vietnam
Songhai
Ethiopia
Vijayangara
Siam
Oyo
P
Benin
P
P
Maya
P
P
P
P
P
P
Kongo
P
Inca
P
P
P
Maori
P Portuguese Trading and Slave Stations
15
Holy Roman Empire
1600 CE Spanish Ottoman Empires At peaks
Denmark And Norway
Russian Empire
Sweden
Scotland
Poland
Inuit
England
Kazaks
Hungary
France
Manchus
Ottoman Empire
Mongols
Iroquois
Pueblo
Spain
Korea
Tokugawa
Safavid Empire
Tibetan
Ming
P
Moroccan Empire
Mughal Empire
P
P
Kanem- Bornu
Spanish Empire
P
P
Vietnam
Spanish Empire
Ethiopia
Vijayangara
Siam
Oyo
P
Benin
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
Kongo
Spanish Empire
P
P
P
P
P
P
Maori
P Spanish and Portuguese Trading and Slave
Stations Spain and Portugal were united Under
the Spanish crown from 1580-1640
16
Prussia
1714 CE
Netherlands
Denmark And Norway
Russian Empire
Sweden
Great Britain
British
Inuit
Poland
Kazaks
Hapsburgs
France
French
Mongols
Ottoman Empire
Portugal
Pueblo
Spain
Korea
Tokugawa
Safavid Empire
Tibetan
Morocco
Qing
British
P
Mughal Empire
P
P
Algiers
Tunis
Tripoli
Oman
Bornu
Spanish Empire
P
P
Vietnam
Spanish Empire
Ethiopia
Vijayangara
Siam
Oyo
Netherlands
P
Asante
Benin
P
P
French
Neth
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
Omani Zanzibar
P
Portuguese Empire
Netherlands East Indies
Spanish Empire
Portuguese Empire
Portuguese Empire
Maori
Netherlands East Indies
P European Trading and Slave Stations
17
Prussia
1804 CE Napoleonic Europe
Netherlands
Denmark And Norway
Greece gains independence In 1820s, others in 1878
Sweden
Russians
United Kingdom
Russian Empire
British
Kazaks
Austria
France
Ottoman Empire
Portugal
Spain
Qing
Korea
United States
Tokugawa
Persia
Morocco
Afghanistan
Texas to US In 1848
Haiti
Spanish Empire
Marathas
Algiers
Tunis
Burma
Tripoli
Oman
Bornu
P
Vietnam
British
Spanish Empire
Hausaland
Ethiopia
British India
Siam
Neth.
Mexico gains Independence In 1821
Oyo
Benin
P
Asante
French
P
P
P
Omani Zanzibar
British
P
Portuguese Empire
Netherlands East Indies
Central America gains Independence in 1823,
Splits into 5 in 1839.
Spanish Empire
Portuguese Brazil
Portuguese Empire
Brazil gains Independence In 1822
British
British
Maori
South America gains Independence from 1819 1829
P European Trading and Slave Stations
18
1919 CE Post WWI
Norway
Sweden
Iceland
US
Finland
United Kingdom
USSR
Canada
Poland
Yugoslavia
Germany
Austria
France
Manchukuo (Japanese)
United States
Portugal
Turkey
Spain
Japanese Empire (Meiji)
Morocco (French)
China
Iran
Afghanistan
Italy
Cuba
Egypt
Libya (Italian)
Saudi Arabia
Tibet
French Indochina
Haiti
Mexico
Burma (British)
Oman
Anglo- Egyptian Sudan
French West Africa
British India
Yemen
Venezuela
Siam
US Philippines
Guatemala
French Equatorial Africa
Italian East Africa
Surinam
El Salvador
Guyana
Liberia
P
Belgian Congo
Uganda (British)
Colombia
Kenya (British)
Ecuador
P
Netherlands Indies
Malay States (British)
Tanganyika (formerly German Now British)
Fr. Guiana
British Possessions
Peru
Brazil
Rhodesia (British)
Bolivia
Angola (Portugal)
Madagascar (French)
Union Of South Africa
Australia
Chile
Argentine
Southwest Africa (formerly German Now British)
Mozambique (Portugal)
New Zealand
African nations receive independence from
1956-1990. South east Asia from 1946-1965. India
in 1948. Middle Eastern Mandates in 1946ish. See
your modern day Europe maps and Middle Eastern
Maps and Central American and Caribbean maps for
more details.
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