Greek Timelines Offsite - Ancient Greece
Timeline of the Greek and Roman Historians
Dates for some of our major ancient sources for the history of ancient Greece and Rome, including Herodotus, Thucydides, Xenophon, Strabo, Livy, Tacitus, and Plutarch.
After the Peloponnesian War - Web Chronology Project
From the Web Chronology Project. Eight dates in the aftermath of Athens' surrender: the thirty tyrants (404-403), Spartan war against Persia (400-387), Agesilaus (398-360), Corinthian War (395-387), Capture of Thebes (382), Second Athenian Confederation (378), end of Spartan hegemony (371), and Battle of Mantinea (362).
Chronology: Peloponnesian War
Last of the Wine Chronology. A useful site for keeping track of the important events in the three decades of war between Spartan allies and Athenian allies.
Comparative Chronology of Money
By Roy Davies & Glyn Davies. From 9,000 - 1 BC, dates and the corresponding development, from domestication of cattle to the reforms of Augustus. Continues with 1-499 AD.
Cross Cultural Timeline - The History Channel
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 BC.
EAWC: Chronology Greece
Links from annotated dates spanning 3300-30 BC.
An interesting read on early Central American use of cocoa and Ancient Greek use of chewing gum. Marshmallows are 4000 years old.
Time Chart of Historical Cartography
Henry Davis Consulting timeline showing development of cartographic concepts; with illustrations and trivia.
Timeline of Western Legal History
Deirdre Golash's chronology of significant events in the history of law from 4000 BC to 1500 AD clickable, at first by millennium and then by century. Some hyperlinks.
Timetable of Book History
Clay tablets, papyrus, bamboo, parchment, wax tablets, and paper were all used between 3500 and 100 BC. Timetable extends to 16th Century.