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2900 - 2334 BC – Mesopotamian wars of the Early Dynasticperiod.
2500 BC – The legendary line of Sanhuangwudi rulers of China is founded by Huang Di (approximatedate).
2575 BC – A foot defined as 26.45 cm by Sumerian ruler Gudea of Lagash.
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 26th century BC - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
2500 BC – The legendary line of Sanhuangwudi rulers of China is founded by Huang Di (approximate date).
2500 BC – the construction of the stone circle at Stonehenge begins and continues for the next five hundred years.
2575 BC A foot defined as 26.45 cm by Sumerian ruler Gudea of Lagash.
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 MSN Encarta - Ancient Egypt
As a daughter of a pharaoh (Thutmose I) and the wife of one (Thutmose II), Hatshepsut took full control of the throne as the ruling pharaoh during her reign.
The 22nd Dynasty (945-712 bc), centered at Bubastis in the western delta, clearly reflected an earlier Libyan presence in Egypt.
In the 7th century bc, Psamtik I, ruling at first from Sais, reunited the land in 664 bc, ushering in the 26th Dynasty and the Late Period.
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2900 - 2334 BC – Mesopotamian wars of the Early Dynastic period.
2500 BC – The legendary line of Sanhuangwudi rulers of China is founded by Huang Di(approximate date).
2575 BC – A foot defined as 26.45 cm by Sumerian ruler Gudea of Lagash.
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Scientific analysis of the remains of their culture indicates that by 6000 bc they were herding cattle and constructing large buildings.
A culture known as Badarian is represented as early as 5000 bc in Upper Egyptian settlements.
By 3500 bc, the settlement of Hierakonpolis, located on the west bank of the Nile between Luxor and Aswān, had become a central site of Predynastic culture—that is, the culture that existed before the time of the first Egyptian dynasties, or families of rulers.
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In temples nearby, priests performed rituals to nourish the dead monarch’s spirit, which was believed to stay with the body after death.
In the Old Kingdom (a period of Egyptian history from about 2575 bc to about 2134 bc), Egyptian artists carved hieroglyphs on the walls of the burial chamber, designed to safeguard the dead monarch’s passage into the afterlife.
In the Middle Kingdom (2040 bc-1640 bc), the Egyptians built pyramids mostly of mud brick.
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The part dedicated to the Old Kingdom (2575-2134 BC) has two funeral stelae with a false door and a fragment of a relief from a tomb showing a scene among the reeds.
Three family funerary stelae of the 12th dynasty illustrate the Middle Kingdom (2000-1550 BC), while of the New Kingdom (1550-600 BC) there are offertory tables and funerary, votive and commemorative stelae, the most important of which dedicated by Hatshepsut and Thutmose III.
BC), while a carved cult vase represents the period of the Ramses (13th-12th cent.
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 Egypt: A Photographic Tour
Nefertari was the principal wife of Ramses II (1279-1213 BC); her tomb is one of the most beautiful and largest ever found.
Medinat Habu is the Arabic name for the Mortuary Temple of Ramses III (1187-1156 BC) of Dynasty XX.
The Ramesseum was the Mortuary Temple of Ramses II (1279-1213 BC).
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2900 - 2334 BC – Mesopotamian wars of the Early Dynastic period.
Pharaoh Khufu (aka Egypt's Fourth Dynasty ruled from around 2589 to 2566 BC.
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 Ancient Egypt
This piece from the Predynastic period (5000 bc-3000 bc) is decorated with ostriches, boats, and geometrical designs.
Amenhotep III ruled Egypt in the mid-1300s bc, during a period of peace and prosperity.
The temple of Hatshepsut is a rock-cut tomb and mortuary temple built in the 15th century bc at Dayr al Baḩrī near Thebes.
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 Pyramids of Giza --  Encyclopædia Britannica
The lighthouse stood on the island of Pharos in the harbour of...
The best known are those of the 2nd-century-BC writer Antipater of Sidon and of a later but unknown observer of the 2nd century BC who claimed to be the mathematician Philon of Byzantium.
Built between 3100 and 1550 BC, Stonehenge consists of an impressive array of megaliths and lintels arranged as...
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c3700 - 2575 BC it marked sunrise at the Autumn Equinox in Egypt and Selkt temples were orientated towards it.
It was the Pole Star from 12,000-11,000 BC The 5th Brightest star in the sky.
By 500 BC it was connected with Sunrise worship at Dendara in Egypt, used by many Northern Hemisphere cultures for navigation.
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In about 1000 BC, in Byblos and other Phoenician and Canaanite centers, the sign was given a linear form (3), the source of all later forms.
The Greece that Poe praised was primarily Athens during its golden age in the 5th century BC.
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 History of Money - Stocks and Bonds - Banknotes
Pythius, who operates throughout western Asia Minor at the beginning of the 5th century BC, is the first banker in the area of Greece and Asia Minor of whom we have records.
During his reign he deliberately mints far more coins than required for the immediate needs of his kingdom, probably to support the campaign against Persia that he was planning before his assassination.
Among these coins is the golden stater celebrating his triumph in the chariot race in the Olympics in 356 BC - an early example of the use of coins as propaganda.
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 Dynasty 3 - Sanakht, Djoser, Sekhemkhet, Khaba, Huni,
This text, which is often referred to as simply "p.Westcar", dates back to approximately 1700 - 1800 B.C. (believed to be written during the Middle Kingdom period), although the events it documents are estimated to have happened about a millenium earlier, which is roughly 4700 years ago (during the 4th Dynasty reign of King Kheops).
Khaba - The Soul Appears - 2603-2599 B.C. Khaba was the fourth king during the 3rd Dynasty.
The granite of the other is probably from the 4th Dynasty (2613 - 2494 BC).
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 Ancient Egypt
Around 3000 BC, Egypt emerged from the twilight of prehistory as one country, united under the single rule of a divine king.
This was the time of the Macedonian Kings and the Ptolemaic Dynasty which concluded with the last Pharaoh, the famous Cleopatra VII.
She committed suicide on August 12, 30 BC at the age of 39 thus ending the are of the dynasties.
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The Middle Paleolithic Period: 100,000 - 30,000 BC.
The Upper Paleolithic Period: 30,000 - 10,000 BC.
The Second Intermediate Period (13th - 17th Dynasties) (1759 - 1539 BC).
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 Seven Wonders of the World - Art History Online Reference and Guide   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
The historian Herodotus, the scholar Callimachus of Cyrene (ca 305–240 BC) at the Museum of Alexandria, and the engineer Philon of Byzantium had made earlier lists but the writings have not survived, except as references.
Pharos of Alexandria - lighthouse built ca 280 BC on the island of Pharos off Alexandria, by Sostratus of Cnidus, in present Egypt.
Statue of Zeus - at Olympia, carved by the Greek sculptor Phidias, ca 430 BC in present Greece.
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2575 BC -- A foot defined as 26.45 cm by Sumerian ruler Gudea of Lagash
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Jump to: navigation, search Lagash or Sirpurla was one of the oldest cities of Sumer and later Babylonia.
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 Nekhebet.com - Ancient Egyptian History - Predynastic, Early Dynastic, Old Kingdom, 1st Intermediate
Before the great dynasties of Ancient Egypt with their pharaohs and pyramids, the land that of Egypt (Misr in the native tongue) has long been the cradle of civilization.
However, this period is not considered part of the great Egyptian civilization since the people lived as scattered city-states rather than a unified nation.
Sometime between 3100 BC and 2950 BC, a local king known as Menes succeeded in uniting the southern region (Upper Egypt) and the northern region (Lower Egypt) into one empire, and began the first of over dynasties of the Egyptian empire.
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 Ancient Egyptian Chronology: Dynasties
Egypt was ripe for invasion because of (A) complacency; (B) Erosion of central authority; (C) Egyptian army was ill-equipped and unprepared for war.
Queen Hatshepsut is one of the rulers of the XVIII Dynasty.
Amenhotep I (1412-1375 BC); (A) Great-grandson of Thutmose III; (B) During his reign the Egyptian Empire expanded its' borders to the greatest extent; (C) Time of relative peace because of the strength of Egypt.
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3200- 30 BC Early Dynastic Period: 3100-2686 BC 3200 BC: Upper and Lower Egypt united by Menes,1st.
New Kingdom: 1567-1085 BC Hatshepsut, Queen of Egypt
Late Dynastic Period: 1085-341 BC 1085 BC: Egypt divided, dependent on Libyan mercenaries
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2575 BC), was traditionally the architect of the step-pyramid complex at SAQQARA.
750–332 BC) Imhotep had been deified, and there are numerous bronze statuettes dating from the Late and Greco-Roman periods (332 BC–AD 395) showing him seated and reading from a papyrus roll (see EGYPT, ANCIENT, fig.
He was worshipped at the temple of Karnak, Thebes, and an unfinished chapel at Philae was dedicated to his cult.
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 ANCIENT EGYPT   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
3500 BC from upland settlements in Baluchistan to floodplain of the Indus River
Rapid increase in size between 3500-2500 BC, ultimately giving rise to the cities of the “mature Harappan period” from c.
2500-2000 BC Urban centers with identical plans, including planned neighborhoods in a grid pattern, indoor bathrooms connected to sewer system, bathhouses and communal storage facilities, citadels, palaces, temples, etc.
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