SNAPSHOT HISTORY TIMELINE | 1500 to 501 BCE
West Afrika Settlements
Tribes continue to expand out from central regions towards the coast. Settlements in the far west region, modern day Ghana, begin.
1399 -1300 BCE
Last Period of the Bronze Age
The last era of the Indus Valley Civilization which was located within the Middle-East and Northwest India. This region was heavily diverse. The Indus Valley also inhabited the "Indo-Aryans"
1299 - 1200 BCE
Ramesses the Great
Roughly about 1295 BCE, Ramesses I succeeds to the throne. In 1279 BCE, his successor is Ramesses II (the Great). Both Pharaohs spent most of their reign fighting against the Sherden Sea Pirates who came from the North. Ramesses II battled the Pirates both on land and on sea. Ramesses II was also married to the famous Queen Nefertari
1200 BCE Marks the beginning of the Iron Age
1199 - 1100 BCE
The Fall of Ancient Monarchs
In this period, there are many Empires that fell or disappeared into a Dark Age, particularly within the Mesopotamia region. Many of these fallen civilizations were victims of constant raids that came from the Sherden & Gothic Pirates.
The famous Trojan War against the "Sea Pirates" occurs in this age.
1099 -1000 BCE
New Dynasties Arose in Afrika and Mesopatamia
New generations of previous established civilizations developed in this age. The 3rd Intermediate Period in Egypt (Dynasties XXI-XXIV) arose in this era. Meanwhile, Ancient Greece fell into their Dark Age.
The Zhou Dynasty
The Zhou dynasty was a Chinese dynasty that followed the Shang dynasty and preceded the Qin dynasty.
999 - 900 BCE
Change of Power
The Etruscans migrate into Southern Europe from Asia Minor regions and populate the area along the Tiber River.
The Libyans rule Egypt in 945 BCE, this begins the start of a new Dynasty called the Twenty-Second Dynasty which is founded by Shishak.
899 - 800 BCE
Cathrage and Vannic Founded
The homeland of Hannibal is established in the region of Libya by the Phoenicians.
Meanwhile, the kingdom of Vannic is established in the region of Russia.
799 -700 BCE
The attacks of the "Barbarians" expand into Asia
The Zhou capital is destroyed at Hao due from the attacks from the northern tribes.
Next generation of the Asia Minor tribes establish the Greek Colonies.
Rise of the Kushite Pharaoh Kashta.
Assyrians take over Mesopotamia
699 - 600 BCE
The start of the Classical Period
A new popular written language was established in this period throughout Ethiopia and Yemen, called Sabean.
Contrary to the colonist propaganda, written language existed in Afrika
since 5000 BCE.
599 - 501 BCE
Expansion of Bantu
Settlements of the Bantu tribes had settled in many parts of Afrika since 8000 BCE. However, in this period there was a large movement of migration of these tribes to the southern hemisphere.