Biblical timeline

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Date Event Comment
4004 BC Creation of the universe, Adam and Eve
3000 BC Menes unifies Upper and Lower Egypt, and a new capital is erected at Memphis.
2704 BC Birth of Noah
2600 BC Pyramids in Egypt start being built
2348 BC The Flood
2200 BC Stonehenge built
1976 BC Birth of Abraham
1576 BC Birth of Moses
1491 BC The Exodus from Egypt
990 BC Birth of Solomon
967 BC Solomon begins to build first temple
931 BC Israel, led by Jeroboam, revolts and divides itself from Judah
776 BC First Olympic Games
753 BC Founding of Rome
739 BC Hezekiah, king of Judah born
721 BC Samaria conquered by Shalmaneser V and Israel deported
701 BC Assyrian king Sennacherib invades Judah and besieges Jerusalem
673 BC Author of Roman traditions Numa Pompilius dies
648 BC Birth of Josiah, king of Judah
638 BC Athens law-giver Solon born
625 BC Nabopolassar conquers Babylon
609 BC Nabopolassar conquers Assyria
588 BC Destruction of Solomon's Temple
546 BC Croesus, King of Lydia in Asia Minor invades and is defeated by the Persian Empire
539 BC Fall of Babylon, defeated by Persian Empire, Judeans freed
525 BC Aeschylus, playwright, father of Greek tragedy born
490 BC Greek Battle of Marathon against the Persians
431 BC Greek Peloponnesian War starts
428 BC Greek philosopher Plato born
399 BC Greek philosopher Socrates executed
356 BC Greek conqueror Alexander the Great born
4BC The birth of Christ