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10,800 - 8640 2160
Age of Cancer
8640 - 6480 2160
Age of Gemini
6480 - 4320 2160
Age of Taurus
4320 - 2160 2160
Age of Aries
2160 years ago - Present
Age of Picses
Greenlandian Age
11650 -   8236
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Northgrippian Age 8236 - 4250 3986 Meghalayan Age 4250 - Present 4250
Holocene Epoch 11,650 - present
50,000 year long Mayan age 55114 - 5114
5000 year long Mayan age 5114 - 1755 AD
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Between meeting of souls
 
10,000. How long you must live on earth until you have your wings restored to you so you can go to heaven - Socrates.
    Near East & India Bronze Age 3300 - 1200  2100  
    European Bronze Age 3300 - 600  2700  
    East Asian Bronze Age 3100 - 300  2800  
    British Bronze Age 2500 - 800  1700 British Iron Age 800 - 100 AD 900  
    Nordic Bronze Age 1700 - 500  1200 Nordic Iron Age 500 - 800 AD 1300  
    Atlantic Bronze 1300 - 700  600  
    Ancient Near East Iron Age 1200 - 550  650  
    Aegean Iron Age 1190 - 700  490  
    Italian Iron Age 1100 - 700  490  
    Balkans Iron Age 1100 - 150 AD 1250  
    EE Iron 9 - 6.5 250  
    Central Europe Iron
800 - 50
  750
 
    South Asia Iron Age 1200 - 200  1000  
    East Asia Iron
.5 BC - .3 AD .8
 
      Roman Empire 753 BC - 476 AD 1229 Middle Ages 476 - 1700 1224 PE
Legendary Athens 11600 - 1556 10044 Athens 1556 - 86 1470  
  Sparta 1490 - 146 1344  
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Recorded Priests of Egypt 11,990 - 650 11,340
 
    Egypt 3200 - 3 3197 Christianity 33 - Present 2016
    Summer 
3200 - 2360 
840
 
  Proto Elamite
 32 - 27
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Elamite Empire 
2700 - 521 
2179
   
    Assyria 2600 -  609 1991  
    Harappa & Mohenjo-Dara   3200 - 1600 1600  
  Uruk 4100 - 2900 1200   Magadhan Empire 1738 - 26 1712    
King Suiren of China 458,123 - 2123 456,000  Han China 2123 BC - Present 4034
     
Slave trade
 
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Hominids 7.2M - Present
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10 - 0 American Bison Canada Near threatened
10 Oldest shoe
10 - 8.4 1.6 Lake Tonawanda
10 - 8.4 1.6 Lake Admiralty. Turned into Lake Ontario
10  Kunda sites  rapid repolutation Baltics
8 Cataclysm Bimini.
10,000 YA Ganj Dareh Iran
10,000 YA Murujuga Petroglyphs Australia
12,000 - 8,000 Shift from Hunter Gatherer to food producer in some areas (West Asia initially, Egypt by 6,000)
9600 BC Jericho Israel
9.6 Combe Capelle European Mesolithic 1909 France
9.5 red squirrel & porcupine date the process of forestation
9.5 - 8 1.5 Ancylus Lake.
9.5 - 9 .5  Sumnagin sites spread to Zhokhov Island, where slotted bone and antler points, antler and ivory mattocks, and bone handles for cutting tools were found. Few wooden artifacts were also found, including a large shovel or scoop, arrow shafts, and a sledge-runner fragment. Fauna remains consist of reindeer and polar bear. Only isolated bones of walrusseal, and birds were identified. Further settlement proceeded eastward and westward into Chukotka and the Taimyr Peninsula.

9.16 - 8.48 .68 Lake Agazziz Ojibway PhaseLake Ojibway merged with Lake Agassiz at this time.  Long linear SaskatchewanManitoba border to Quebec.  drained through the eastern outlet at Kinojevis River, into the Ottawa Rivervalley. Lake Agassiz-Ojibway drainage raised sea levels. shrank the ice front towards present day Hudson Bay. northward outlet drained into the Tyrrell Sea8.48 Drainage followed by disintegration of adjacent ice front  brought  end of Lake Agassiz.

9.1 - 2.4 6.7 Lake Ptolemy    Sudan
9 Cheddar Man British Mesolithic 1903
9 Kennewick Man North American Mesolithic 1996
9  Broken Mammoth Site Alaska shrubland became woodland which supporter spruce and alder trees
9 - 7 2 Glacial Lake Algonquin
8.5 - 5.5 3 Pigs domesticated Near East mix with wild boar  
8.5 - 8.1 .4 Lake Stanley part of lake Huron
8.5 - 8.2 .3 Lake Ojibway now northern Ontario and Quebec in Canada. Ojibway was the last of the great proglacial lakes of the last ice age.[2] Comparable in size to Lake Agassiz (to which it was likely linked), and north of the Great Lakes, it was at its greatest extent c. 8,500 years BP. The former lakebed forms the modern Clay Belt, an area of fertile land.
8.4 Black Butte Crater Lava Field, formerly known as Shoshone Lava Field is a lava plain in the U.S. state of Idaho, located in Lincoln County north of the city of Shoshone.
8.3 Great Slave, Athabasca, & Great Bear Lakes formed when lake Mconnel dried.

8±3  Tepexpan man Paleo-Indian 1947 Mexico

8.2 - 6.2 2 Bond cycle 5. 8.2 kiloyear event. Started w/ 8.2 - 7.8 400 years of cold temp caused by Lake Ojibway draining.
10.1 - 8.2 1.9 Lake Ojibway. †Drained

8 Loschbour man (6000 BC) European Mesolithic (WHG) 1935 Luxembourg

8 Teratorns Extinct N America
8640 - 6480
Age of Gemini
8 - 7.5 .5 Mastogloia Sea. 
8  Torres Strait  last flooded
8 Gulf of Mexico flooded by the sea 
8 Zebu cattle domesticated in Indus Valley
8 Chinese domesticate pigs
10 - 1.35 8650 Sagalassos Turkey
7.5 - 5.7 1800 Çatalhöyük Turkey
7.5 - 4 3.5 Littorina Sea 
7.6 - 0 Golden jackal Canis aureus  wolf-like canid SE EuropeSW AsiaS Asia, & SE Asia.  short legs & tail, long torso, small forehead, narrow & pointed muzzle. 
7.5 - 3 4.5 Nipissing Great Lakes was a prehistoric proglacial lake. Parts of the former lake are now Lake SuperiorLake HuronGeorgian Bay and Lake Michigan. Turned intl Great Lakes
6.3 Alpacas and Llamas domesticated
5.5 Domestic Cat Leopard Cat
5.1 Domestic Cat Jungle Cat
7250 - 5000 2250 Ein Ghazal Venus Doll Jordan
7,000 warmer forest zone emerging Chukotka and the Taimyr Peninsula E Siberia
7 - 0 Cape buffalo Syncerus caffer S Africa Least concern
7 - 6 1 Tyrrell Sea turned into Hudson Bay
7000 - 2000 5000 Mehrgarh Pakistan
7000 Baalbek-Layout Lebanon
6500 - 4000 2500 Yeşilova Höyük Turkey
6420 & 6250 170 Chan-chan Chile
6100 - 5400 700 Tell Halaf Syria
6000 Jiahu-Neolithic bone flute
6000 & 8000 YA Ignateva Cave Russia
7.9±0.1 Minnesota Woman Paleo-Indian1931 Minnesota, United States
7.5±1.5  Lothagam 4b (Lo 4b) 1965-1975 Kenya
6.1 Laguna Xiloá volcano
6480 - 4320
Age of Taurus
4200 - 4100 4.2-kiloyear BP Bond cold Cycle 3  aridification event   caused collapse of   
1) Old Kingdom
 in Egypt,
2) Akkadian Empire
 in Mesopotamia
3)  Liangzhu culture lower Yangtze River initiated the collapse of the
4)  Indus Valley Civilisation,
migration of Indo-European-speaking people into India N Africa, M East,   Red Sea,   Arabian Peninsula,   India, Mid N AmericaGlaciers on mountains of W Canada advanced. Evidence on Italian cave flowstone, the Kilimanjaroice sheet, & Andean glacier ice
6000 & 4300 Tumba Madžari
5.9 - 3.9 2 Bond cycle 4
5.5 - 5 .5 Sahara Desert, ending Neolithic Subpluvial.
5.5 Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump Canada
5.4 - 1925 Caucasian wisent SS European bison Caucasus Mountains E Europe.   
5.4 - 1852 Carpathian wisent Bison bonasus hungarorum subspecies of  European bison  Carpathian MountainsMoldavia and Transylvania. It began to die out about a hundred years earlier than its very close cousin, the Caucasian wisent, probably because it lived nearer to Central Europe.
5300 BC & 4800 BC Lepenski Vir Height Serbia
5250 - 5000 BC Statuette of Hacilar Turkey
5.3 Ötzika (3300 BC) European Neolithic1991 Ötztal Alps, Italy
6 Horse Domestication of begins
5 Horse Domestication widespread
5 Donky domesticated Egypt and Mesopotamia
5 - 0 Lake Chad
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Age of Aries
4 - 0 Modern Baltic Sea 
4 - 1.3 2.7 Cattle reach Africa, East Asia, SW Asia and Europe
3.2 Hell's Half Acre lava field, west to southwest of Idaho Falls
3 Asses domesticated in Egypt and Mesopotamia.
2.8 - .8 2 Bold Cold Cycle 2.
2.27 Wapi Lava field and King's Bowl blowout, northeast of Rupert, Idaho;
2160 years ago - Present
Age of Picses
600 - 1500 Extensive slave trade from sub-Saharan Africa to Mediterranean
2 Arabian Camel domesticated in Saudi Arabia & Somalia
2.5 Ferret Domesticated descended from European polecat mentioned by Aristophanes
2.5 Broken Mt last settlement
2.25 Craters of the Moon Kings Bowl and Wapi lava fields
1.4 - 600 ad Bond cold cycle 1  &  Late Antique Little Ice Age
1500 Bold Cold cycle 0
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