Timelines - Anatolia[Anatolia] [Assyria] [Babylonia]
[Hittites] [Jews] [Medes] [Mesopotamia]
[Persia] [Syria] [Ugarit]
[Near East Index] also see [Near East Maps]
Chronological Timetable of Book History
Clay tablets, papyrus, bamboo, parchment, wax tablets, and paper were all used between 3500 and 100 B.C. Timetable extends to 16th C.
Comparative Chronology of Money
By Roy Davies & Glyn Davies. From 9,000 - 1 B.C., dates and the corresponding development, from domestication of cattle to the reforms of Augustus. Continues with 1-499 A.D.
Cross Cultural Timeline
From The History Channel, this graphic timeline shows what was happening in America, Europe, Middle East, Egypt, India, China, Japan, and Africa for 500 years starting in 500 B.C.
EAWC Chronology: The Near East
Annotated and hypertext linked timeline from 3450 B.C. to A.D. 66.
Their empire extended from Mesopotamia to Syria and Palestine, dominating the area from1600 to 1200 B.C. Timeline shows Sumeria, Babylon, Persia, and Assyria.