part 1 time line - “Palace of Minos” Knossos Crete ca...

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Mammoth-bone houses, Ukraine c. 16,000-10,000 BCE (Paleolithic Period) Lascaux Cave, France, c. 15,000 BCE (Paleolithic Period) Göbekli Tepe, Turkey, c. 9100-8100 BCE (Neolithic Period) Jericho, Israel, c. 8000 BCE (Neolithic Period) Çatal Hüyük, Turkey, c. 6500 - 5700 BCE (Neolithic Period) White Temple, Uruk, Mesopotamia (modern Iraq), ca. 3500-3000 BCE Sumerian Newgrange Passage Grave, Ireland, c. 3100 BCE (Neolithic Period) Stonehenge, England, c. 2900 – 1400 BCE (Neolithic Period) Funeral complex of Zoser, Saqqara, ca. 2630 BCE (Early Dynastic/Old Kingdom Period) Great Pyramid of Khufu, Giza, Dynasty IV, ca. 2550 BCE (Old Kingdom Period) Temple complex of Khafre, Giza, Dynasty IV, ca. 2520 BCE (Old Kingdom Period) Ziggurat, Ur, Mesopotamia (modern Iraq), ca. 2100 BCE Neo-Sumerian Period
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Unformatted text preview: “Palace of Minos”, Knossos, Crete, ca. 1700-1380 BCE (New Palace period) Temple complex of Hatshepsut, Deir el Bahari, Dynasty XVIII, 15th century BCE (New Kingdom Period) Temple of Amun (Amon), Karnak, 15th - 13th centuries BCE (New Kingdom Period) “Treasury of Atreus”, Mycenae, Greece, ca. 1330-1250 BCE (Late Helladic or Mycenaean Period) Palace and citadel at Tiryns, Greece, ca. 1300 BCE (Late Helladic or Mycenaean Period) Lion Gate and Citadel of Mycenae, Greece, ca. 1300-1250 BCE (Late Helladic or Mycenaean Period) Temple of Ramses II at Abu Simbel, Dynasty 19, ca. 1279-1213 BCE (New Kingdom Period) Citadel of Sargon II, Khorsabad (modern Iraq), 720 BCEAssyrian Period Ishtar Gate, Babylon (modern Iraq), ca. 575 BCE Neo-babylonian Period...
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