24Table 1. Egyptian chronology. Source: Asimov, 1967; Darby et al., 1976; Singer et al., 1954.PeriodTime frameEventPaleolithic-Neolithic10,000–4000 BCEAgricultural beginnings(Pre-dynastic)Old Kindgom3100–2180Government; Earliest pyramids; Reunification of(I–VI dynasty)Upper and Lower Egypt (3100 BCE);King Zoser (2860 BCE);Inhotep, physician (2860 BCE)Middle Kingdom2375–1800(XI–XIV)Empire, New Kingdom1570–1192Queen Hatsepsut (1490 BCE); death of Ikhnaton(XVIII–XX)(1371 BCE); King Tut-Ankh-Amon (1343 BCE);Rameses II (1290 BCE); Moses (ca. 1200 BCE)Saite, Late Period661–525(XXVI)Persian525–332Death of Darius I of Persia (486)(interrupted)Graeco-Roman332–30Alexander (332–323); Ptolemies, 14 kings(323–30 BCE); Rosetta Stone inscribed(197 BCE); Cleopatra (51–30 BCE)Byzantine305–642 CEArabic642–1517Turkish1517–1804Rosetta Stone discovered (1779) Mohamed AlyModern1804–presentdynasty (1804–1952); Republic (1952–present)there were contacts with the world beyond including Africa, Western Asia, and, even China.
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