History By chronology

By chronology

Ultimate fate of the universe
Main article: Ultimate fate of the universeAs with interpretations of what happened in the very early universe, advances in fundamental physics are required before it will be possible to know the ulti ...
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Structure formation
See also: Large-scale structure of the cosmos and Structure formationThe Hubble Ultra Deep Fields often showcase galaxies from an ancient era that tell us what the early Stelliferous Age was like.Anot ...
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Early universe
After cosmic inflation ends, the universe is filled with a quark–gluon plasma. From this point onwards the physics of the early universe is better understood, and less speculative.Supersymmetry break ...
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Very early universe
All ideas concerning the very early universe (cosmogony) are speculative. No accelerator experiments have yet probed energies of sufficient magnitude to provide any experimental insight into the behav ...
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The very earliest universe was so hot, or energetic, that initially no particles existed or could exist (except perhaps in the most fleeting sense), and the forces we see around us today were believed ...
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Chronology of the universe
This chronology of the universe describes the history and future of the universe according to Big Bang cosmology, the prevailing scientific model of how the universe developed over time from the Planc ...
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First millennium BC
Neo-Assyrian EmpireMain article: Neo-Assyrian EmpireThe Neo-Assyrian Empire is usually considered to have begun with the accession of Adad-nirari II, in 911 BC, lasting until the fall of Nineveh at th ...
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Second millennium BC
Old Assyrian PeriodOf the early history of the kingdom of Assyria, little is positively known. The Assyrian King List mentions rulers going back to the 23rd and 22nd century BC. The earliest king name ...
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Third millennium BC
Jemdet Nasr periodMain article: Jemdet Nasr periodThe Jemdet Nasr period, named after the type-site Jemdet Nasr, is generally dated to 3100–2900 BC. It was first distinguished on the basis of distinc ...
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Paleolithic and Epipaleolithic periodsThe Paleolithic occupation of Mesopotamia is limited to the mountainous regions of the Zagros and the Taurus and a few oases in the Syrian steppe. In the Sajur Ba ...
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Short outline of Mesopotamia
Main articles: Mesopotamia and Geography of MesopotamiaMap showing the extent of MesopotamiaMesopotamia literally means "(Land) between rivers" in ancient Greek. The oldest known occurrence of the nam ...
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History of Mesopotamia
The history of Mesopotamia describes the history of the area known as Mesopotamia, roughly coinciding with the Tigris–Euphrates basin, from the earliest human occupation in the Lower Paleolithic peri ...
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Hellenistic Greece
Hellenistic period (323 BC - 146 BC).323 King Alexander dies, his generals vie for power in Wars of the Diadochi:Antigonus- Macedon, Antipater- Macedon, Seleucus- Babylonia and Syria, Ptolemy- Egypt, ...
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Classical Greece
Classical period (500 BC - 323 BC).480 Leonidas, Spartan, sacrifices 300 Spartan soldiers at the Battle of Thermopylae so main force can escape; Xerxes son of Darius is commanding the Persians.480 Sim ...
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Timeline of ancient Greece
Archaic GreeceArchaic Period (800 BC - 480 BC).776 Traditional date for the first historic Olympic games.757 The First Messenian War starts. (Date disputed by Jerome, Pausanias and Diodorus; this esti ...
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