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This is a general indication of the timeline.

Date





History



34th – 13th centuries BCE

13th – 11th centuries BCE
11th –10th centuries BCE
10th – 6th centuries BCE




Bronze Age

Iron Age I
Iron Age IIA
Iron Age IIB-C













Israel - Judah









10th century BCE Iron IIA
8th century (722/721) BCE
6th century (587/586) BCE





Beginnings of the monarchy in Israel—Saul, David, Solomon
Fall of Samaria (Israel) to the Assyrians
Fall of Jerusalem (Judah) to the Babylonians













Assyria









8th century (722/721) BCE
7th century (671) BCE
7th century (612) BCE





Assyria conquers Israel
Assyria conquers Egypt
Fall of Assyrian cities to the Medes, Babylonians, and
Persians.













Babylon









18th century BCE
7th century (612) BCE
6th century (587/586) BCE
6th century (539/538) BCE





Reign of Hammurabi (the code of Hammurabi)
Babylonians and Medes sack Nineveh of Assyria
Jewish exile in Babylon
Fall of Babylon to Cyrus the Great of Persia
Returns of the Jews













Persia









6th century (550) BCE

6th century (539/538) BCE
5th century (492) BCE
5th century (479) BCE
4th century (333) BCE
4th century (330) BCE





Beginning of the Persian Empire (the Achaemenid Empire)—
Cyrus the Great
Cyrus the Great conquers Babylon
Darius I (the Great) invades Greece
Xerxes I is defeated by the Greeks
Darius III is defeated by Alexander the Great
Death of Darius III and the end of the Achaemenid Empire













Greece/Hellene



















Rome















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