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Time Line

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David Barkemeyer

on 18 June 2013

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Oregon: where I was born
I was born in **** ,Oregon, May 5,1999.
Cities started to form in southern Mesopotamia
3000 BC: Sumerians invent cuneiform
3000 BC
The Sumerians invent cuneiform. Cuneiform is wedge shaped writing in a clay tablet.
3400 BC
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1792 BC
Hammurabi Code is created
3500 - 2300 BC
Ur and Uruk are found
3000 BC
Egypt starts using the Nile River for farming
2650 BC
The first pyramid was built
2500 BC
The Sphinx is built
322 BC
Alexander the Great conquers Egypt
7000 - 6000 BC
Central Africa
Dogs are domesticated
5,500-5,000 yrs ago
horses are domesticated
200,000- 150,000 yrs ago
earliest humans were believed to exist in central Africa
2050 BC
Ur- Nammus Code created
Declaration of Independence
Constitution passed
Constitution ratified
Bill of Rights passed
April 10, 1912
The RMS Titanic sets sail.
April 14, 1912, 11:40 p.m.
The Titanic hits an iceberg.
April 15, 1912 2:20 a.m.
The Titanic finally sinks.
The Titanic II is scheduled to be finished.
March 31, 1909
The Titanic starts being built.
July 29, 1908
The construction plans for the Titanic are approved.
April 1912
The Titanic is finish being built.
The Titanic — the largest and most luxurious cruise ship of its time — departed from Southampton on its maiden voyage to New York in 1912 and made two stops in Europe before striking an iceberg several hundred miles off the coast of Newfoundland, Canada. More than 1,500 people aboard died after the collision.
Titanic II starts being built
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