English - Logo Sight Timeline English - Logo Sight
1 Why the Timeline is Complete
2 5 Timeline Pages: 1 Pre-History, 2 BC, 3 CE, 4 3K Yrs Condensed & 5 Future
3 Five Column Vertical List Timeline
4 Exponential Time Navigation
5 Traditional Horizontal Timeline
6 How the World is Organized
7 Linking System
8 Organizing Events with Color & Font Coded Letters & Borders
9 11 Events X 9 Causes = 99 Event Types
10 Links to the 618 Pages of the Timeline

The purpose of the Timeline is to make it so the user is able to memorize all of the events that ever happened in recorded history, and categorize and classify them into any context that they need to, so that they are "History Literate". When someone is history literate they are able to identify the types of current events and predict what their results will be. The more of us who are history literate, the better desisions we will be able to make regarding our present and future conditions.

1 The Complete History Timeline includes everything that ever happened in the entirety of recorded and non recorded history, as well as the future.

2 The entire collection of the Timeline is divided into six inter-linkable sections: 1 Pre-History, 2 BC, 3 CE, 4-5 3,000 years back Condensed A & B and 6 Future. The Pre-History goes as far back as 15 Billion years and the Future goes 52,000 years into the future, for a total time span of 15,000,052,000 years, or 15 Billion, 52,000 years.

3 The Historical Events on the Timeline are in a list format with five columns per page. I have found this to be the perfect number of columns to have side by side in a page with lists in them because it is the most visually symetrical, with one column in the middle and two on each side of that, as well as the most mentally symetrical, with multiples of five you can grow it through the exponent in a continuously symetrical way, such as 1 to 5, 5 to 50 and so on. The width of the columns for lists is also the best with five because most subjects of a list can be consensed down to the number of words that would almost take up the width of the column, so the most amount of space is being used.

4 The bulk of the Timeline is in the BC and CE sections. In these sections each column represents 100 years and the width of the page represents 500 years. The other four pages condense time differently. The two 3,000 year back pages condense time five times more than the BC and CE pages so that each column represents 500 years instead of 100 years and the width of the page represents 2,500 years instead of 500 years. Part A goes from 2000 CE to 500 BC, and Part B goes from 500 BC to 3000 BC.

The Timeline condenses time into 12 total Time Dimensions. There are four Time Dimensions for the Future, one for the BC and CE sections, a special one for the 3,000 years Consensed section, and nine for the Pre-History section. In the Future Sections the Time Dimensions increase by a factor of 10 twice and five once. In the Pre-History section they increase by a factor of five, four, three,10,10,10,10, and 10.

5 At the top of each page is the Traditionl Horizontal Timeline section.

6 Each page divides the different parts of the world into 16 sections created from the 19 United Nations Subregions.

7 The Timeline is linked so that you can navigate to any United Nations Sub-Region within the current page, or navigate to any one of the other 500 year pages within the section, as well as navigate one page forward or backward.

8 The events are divided into 99 Event Types that are created by the combination of one of the 11 Event Categories and one of the 9 Event Causes.

9 The Event Types are color and font coded in their text and borders to reflect their Event Category and Event Cause.

1 100 Biggest Donators
2 100 1st Donators
3 Goods Donators
4 Anonymous Donators
Some other History Pages

1 Hyper History Online

2 Historum
3 About.com
4 All Empires
5 Axis
6 History
7 Talk History
8 Chronicles Network
9 History is Happening
10 History Project
11 UNRV History
12 China History Forum
13 Talking History
14 History Teachers Discussion
15 History world
16 Able to know
17 History Hangout
18 The Forum Site
19 SF-Fandom
20 The Prophet Timeline
1 618 Pages of the Timeline 618 3,071
1 500 Year Accross
100 Year Column
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1 3K - 500 BCE 2.5KA 500C 20 20
1 Europe 5 5
2 Asia 5 5
3 Africa 5 5
4 Oc & Am 5 5
2 500 Year Column: 500 BCE - 2000 CE 20 20
1 Europe 5 5
2 Asia 5 5
3 Africa 5 5
4 Oc & Am 5 5
3 BCE 200 397
1 500 - 0 20 108
Europe 5 52
Asia 5 36
Africa 5 15
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2 1000 - 500 20 67
1 Europe 5 17
2 Asia 5 36
3 Africa 5 9
4 Oc & Am 5 5
3 1500 - 1000 20 44
1 Europe 5 9
2 Asia 5 23
3 Africa 5 7
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4 2000 - 1500 20 40
1 Europe 5 6
2 Asia 5 20
3 Africa 5 9
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5 2500 - 2000 20 28
1 Europe 5 5
2 Asia 5 14
3 Africa 5 7
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1 Europe 5 5
2 Asia 5 9
3 Africa 5 7
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7 3500 - 3000 20 22
1 Europe 5 5
2 Asia 5 7
3 Africa 5 5
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8 4000 - 3500 20 22
1 Europe 5 5
2 Asia 5 7
3 Africa 5 5
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1 Europe 5 5
2 Asia 5 5
3 Africa 5 5
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10 5000 - 4500 20 20
1 Europe 5 5
2 Asia 5 5
3 Africa 5 5
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4 CE 160 2391
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1 Europe 5 83
2 Asia 5 79
3 Africa 5 24
4 Oc & Am 5 15
2 500 - 1000 20 282
1 Europe 5 125
2 Asia 5 117
3 Africa 5 26
4 Oc & Am 5 14
3 1000 - 1500 20 487
1 Europe 5 216
2 Asia 5 147
3 Africa 5 81
4 Oc & Am 5 43
4 1500 - 2000 20 902
1 Europe 5 418
2 Asia 5 174
3 Africa 5 134
4 O & Am 5 176
5 1900 - 1950 20 255
1 Europe 5 91
2 Asia 5 91
3 Africa 5 33
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6 1950 - 2000 20 224
1 Europe 5 30
2 Asia 5 91
3 Africa 5 79
4 Oc & Am 5 24
7 2000 - 2005 20 20
1 Europe 5 5
2 Asia 5 5
3 Africa 5 5
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8 2005 - 2010 20 20
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2 Asia 5 5
3 Africa 5 5
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5 Future 160 160
1 2000 - 2050 20 20
1 Europe 5 5
2 Asia 5 5
3 Africa 5 5
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2 2050 - 2100 20 20
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2 Asia 5 5
3 Africa 5 5
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2 Asia 5 5
3 Africa 5 5
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2 Asia 5 5
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The most important academic thing to do in the world is to Memorize all of the Events of History, and one of the essential tools to achieve this are good online history timelines. Out of the 694 pages to link to from this page, 618 are part of the Timeline and it has a total of 3,071 pages of text.

The purpose of the Complete World History Timeline is to make it so the user is able to memorize all of the events that ever happened in recorded history, and categorize and classify them into any context that they need to, so that they are "History Literate". When someone is history literate they are able to identify the types of current events and predict what their results will be. The more of us who are history literate, the better desisions we will be able to make regarding our present and future conditions.

1 The Complete History Timeline includes everything that ever happened in the entirety of recorded and non recorded history, as well as the future.

2 The entire collection of the Timeline is divided into six inter-linkable sections: 1 Pre-History, 2 BC, 3 CE, 4-5 3,000 years back Condensed & B and 6 Future. The Pre-History goes as far back as 15 Billion years and the Future goes 52,000 years into the future, for total time span of 15,000,052,000 years, or 15 Billion, 52,000 years.

3 The Historical Events on the Timeline are in list format with five columns per page. I have found this to be the perfect number of columns to have side by side in page with lists in them because it is the most visually symetrical, with one column in the middle and two on each side of that, as well as the most mentally symetrical, with multiples of five you can grow it through the exponent in continuously symetrical way, such as 1 to 5, 5 to 50 and so on. The width of the columns for lists is also the best with five because most subjects of list can be consensed down to the number of words that would almost take up the width of the column, so the most amount of space is being used.

4 The bulk of the Timeline is in the BC and CE sections. In these sections each column represents 100 years and the width of the page represents 500 years. The other four pages condense time differently. The two 3,000 year back pages condense time five times more than the BC and CE pages so that each column represents 500 years instead of 100 years and the width of the page represents 2,500 years instead of 500 years. Part goes from 2000 CE to 500 BC, and Part B goes from 500 BC to 3000 BC.

The Timeline condenses time into 12 total Time Dimensions. There are four Time Dimensions for the Future, one for the BC and CE sections, special one for the 3,000 years Consensed section, and nine for the Pre-History section. In the Future Sections the Time Dimensions increase by factor of 10 twice and five once. In the Pre-History section they increase by factor of five, four, three,10,10,10,10, and 10.

5 At the top of each page is the Traditionl Horizontal Timeline section.

6 Each page divides the different parts of the world into 16 sections created from the 19 United Nations Subregions.

7 The Timeline is linked so that you can navigate to any United Nations Sub-Region within the current page, or navigate to any one of the other 500 year pages within the section, as well as navigate one page forward or backward.

8 The events are divided into 99 Event Types that are created by the combination of one of the 11 Event Categories and one of the 9 Event Causes.

9 The Event Types are color and font coded in their text and borders to reflect their Event Category and Event Cause.

 
2 5 Timeline Pages: 1 Pre-History, 2 BC, 3 CE, 4 3K Yrs Condensed & 5 Future
3 Five Column Vertical List Timeline
Kingdom of Alba Longa
1169 - 650 509
- 1030 - 991 39 Alba
- 991 - 65 26 Atys
- 965 - 37 28 Capys
- 937 - 24 13 Capetus
- 924 - 16 8 Tiberinus Silvius
- 916 - 875 41 Agrippa

Kingdom of Alba Longa
1169 - 650 509
- 916 - 875 41 Agrippa
- 875 - 56 19 Romulus Silvius
- 856 - 19 37 Aventinus
- 819 - 796 23 Procas

Kingdom of Alba Longa
1169 - 650 509
- 819 - 796 23 Procas
- 796 - 54 42 Amulius
- 754 - 24? 30? Numitor
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Kingdom of Alba Longa
1169 - 650 509
- 724? - 694? ?
- 694? - 650 Gaius Cluilius
- 650 Mettius Fufetius

Kingdom of Rome
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- 616 - 578 38 L. Tarquinius Priscus assassinated
- 578 1st Sewer
4 Exponential Time Navigation
 

The Pre-Recorded history section is divided into nine sub-sections, becoming more detailed, thus representing less time back and accross the page, by the power of ten as time moves closer to the present, until the 30,000 years back section, where it is three times more time-detailed, folowed by 20,000 years back where it is twice as detailed, followed by 2,500 years back where it is twice as detailed again. It is designed like to make it possible to expand the time detail in the same way power of ten size pages work, so you can expand what you are looking at as though you are looking at it through a microscope. In this way, the adjustment of the detail of time can be percieved in the same way as space can.

The progression of the increase of time detail through the nine different time detail sizes goes like this: 10, 10, 10, 10, 10, 3, 2, 2.

The nine sections from the beginning of time to the present in the pre-recorded history section are:

1) To 15 Billion years back, 3 Billion years accross, 600 Million year column.
2) To 3 Billion years back, 300 Million years accross, 60 Million year column.
3) To 300 Million years back, 30 Million years accross, 6 Million year column.
4) To 30 Million years back, 3 Million years accross, 600,000 year column.
5) To 3 Million years back, 300,000 years accross, 60,000 year column.
6) To 300,000 years back, 30,000 years accross, 6,000 year column.
7) To 30,000 years back, 10,000 years accross, 2,000 year column.
8) To 20,000 years back, 5,000 years accross, 1,000 year column.
9) To 2,500 years back, 2,500 years accross, 500 year column.

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6 How the World is Organized


According to the United Nations there are five regions in the world, which are divided into 19 Sub-Reigons.

19 is not a symmetrical number, so in order to create a symetrical linking map there are three subsections that have two subsections fuzed together: 1) North & East Africa, 2) West & Central Asia & 3) Central America & The Carribean.

Below is a list of the Five United Nations Regions and 19 Sub-Regions:

1 Europe: 1 North, 2 West, 3 South & 4 East.
2 Africa: 5 North, 6 West, 7 Central, 8 East & 9 South
3 Asia: 10 West, 11 Central, 12 South, 13 East & 14 South East
4 15 Oceania No Subregions
5 Americas: 16 North, 17 Central, 18 South & 19 Carribean

Within each Sub-Region there is an average of X countries. Below is a list of countries within their respective Regions and Sub-Regions:

 

7 Linking System
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31 (+R) Reserve
32 RL Rocket Launchers
33 SPC Self Propelled Cannon
34 V Vehicle
35 AFV Armoured Fighting Vehicle
36 SPG Self Propelled Gun
2 Ancient Weapons
3 Colonial Weapons 1
1 C Cannon
4 Planes 16
1 Pl Plane
2 CR Combat Ready
3 B Bomber
4 Bl Blimp
5 DB Dive Bomber
6 DoB Dornier Bomber
7 F Fighter
8 FWF Fock-Wolfe
9 Gr Grounded
10 Gl Glider
11 HF Howitzer Fighter
12 MF Mesershmit Fighter
13 MTF Mesershmit Twin Engine Fighter
14 Ser Servicable
15 T Transport
16 To Torpedo

 

3 Army 43
1 # Several
2 Arm Army
3 ArmG Army Group
4 AB Artillery Battery
5 ATReg Anti-Tank Regiment
6 Bat Infantry Battalion
7 AiBat Airborne Battalion
8 ComBat Commando Battalion
9 MBat Mechanized Battalion
10 Batr Infantry Battery
11 ArBatr Artiliary Battery
12 BatG Battle Group
13 Bri Infantry Brigade
14 ABri Armoured Brigade
15 PTBri Paratrooper Brigade
16 BriGr Brigade Group
17 CC Combat Command
18 ArCC Armoured Combat Command
19 Com Combatants
20 Cor Corps
21 ArCor Armoured Corps
22 MCor Motorized Corps
23 MecCor Mechanized Corps
24 Det Detatchment
25 Div Infantry Division
26 AcDiv Active Division
27 AiDiv Airborne Division
28 ArDiv Armoured Division
29 GrDiv Grenadier Division
30 MDiv Motorized Division
31 RDiv Reserve Division
32 RiDiv Rifle Division
33 RaFor Ranger Force
34 For Formation
35 Fro Front
36 MCReg Motorcycle Regiment
37 MGS Machine Gun Selection
38 Mo Motorized
39 Pat Infantry Patrol
40 Pla Platoon
41 Pres Present
42 Reg Infantry Regiment
43 CSq Calvary Squadron
2 Air Force 1
1 AF Air Force

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4 Soldiers 35
1 So Soldier
2 RS Reserve Soldier
3 A Auxilary
4 AC Air Crew
5 AT Anti-Tank
6 B Brigadeer
7 C Calvary
8 Ci Civilian
9 Col Colonial
10 Con Contenental
11 Com Commando
12 CR Combat Ready
13 E Engaged
14 G Gunner
15 Gr Gredadier
16 In Intelligence
17 N Natives
18 NC Non Combatant
19 M Militia
20 MS Merchant Seamen
21 MT Mountain Trooper
22 O Officer
23 Ob Observers
24 Pi Pilot
25 Pol Police
26 PT Paratrooper
27 Ra Ranger
28 Re Regular
29 Ri Rifleman
30 Su Support
31 Sa Sailer
32 Sc Scout
33 T Total
34 V Volunteer
35 W Worker, Servant, Slave
7 Weapons Casualties 10
1 - Lost
2 C- Captured
3 D- Damaged
4 De- Destroyed
5 Gr- Grounded
6 HD- Heavily Damaged
7 LD- Lightly Damaged
8 E- Exploded
9 S- Sunk
10 Sc- Scuttled
5 Human Casualties 22
1 Casualty 19
1 + Heavy
2 - Minimal
3 B Bodies
4 C Captured
5 Ca Casualty
6 D Deserted
7 Dis Displaced
8 E Escape
9 FB Frost Bite
10 M Missing
11 CO Other
12 S Sick
13 T Total
14 w/ Including
15 W Wounded
16 LW Lightly Wounded
17 SW Severly Wounded
18 X Killed in Action
19 XfmW Killed from Wounds
2 Combined Casualties 3
1 XW Killed & Wounded
2 WC Wounded & Captured
3 WS Wounded & Sick
6 Other Casualties 14
1 WordA In the Area
2 Pres Present
3 Nea Near
4 WordP Present
5 Wor Working
6 77-99 Year
7 Rein Reinforcements
8 100s Hundreds
9 FL Front Line
10 Su Support
11 + Many
12 - Few
13 Ser Servicable
14 T Total
8 Possesions 8
1 Co Color
2 Kilo Kilometers of Territory
3 F Fort
4 S Standard
5 B Banner
6 Bu Building
7 to From the number in the beginning to the end
8 FL Front Line
9 11 Events & 9 Event Causes = 99 Event Categories
1 11 Events
1 Polity
1 Country
2 City
3 Building
4 Positive Event
4 Invention
5 Cultural Event
6 Law
3 Negative Event
7 War
8 Battle
9 Disaster
2 People
10 Leader
11 Scholar

I have 99 Historical Event Categories that are created by the combination of of 11 Historical Event types and Nine Event Causes.
9 11 Events X 9 Event Causes = 99 Types of Historical Events
1Co/Co
2Co/Tr
3Co/Tr
4Co/Te
5Co/Na
6Co/En
7Co/Ar
8Co/Re
9Co/Ed
10Ci/Co
11Ci/Tr
12Ci/Tr
13Ci/Te
14Ci/Na
15Ci/En
16Ci/Ar
17Ci/Re
18Ci/Ed
19Bu/Co
20Bu/Tr
21Bu/Tr
22Bu/Te
23Bu/Na
24Bu/En
25Bu/Ar
26Bu/Re
27Bu/Ed
28In/Co
29In/Tr
30In/Tr
31In/Te
32In/Na
33In/Ent
34In/Ar
35In/Re
36In/Ed
37Cu/Co
38Cu/Tr
39Cu/Tr
40Cu/Te
41Cu/Na
42Cu/En
43Cu/Ar
44Cu/Re
45Cu/Ed
46La/Co
47La/Tr
48La/Tr
49La/Te
50La/Na
51La/En
52La/Ar
53La/Re
54La/Ed
55W/Co
56W/Tr
57W/Tr
58W/Te
59W/Na
60W/En
61W/Ar
62W/Re
63W/Ed
64Ba/Co
65Ba/Tr
66Ba/Tr
67Ba/T
68Ba/Na
69Ba/En
70Ba/Ar
71Ba/Re
72Ba/Ed
73Di/Co
74Di/Tr
75Di/Tr
76Di/Te
77Di/Na
78Di/En
79Di/Art
80Di/Re
81Di/Ed
82Le/Co
83Le/Tr
84Le/Tr
85Le/Te
86Le/Na
87Le/En
88Le/Ar
89Le/Re
90Le/Ed
91S/Co
92S/Tr
93S/Tr
94S/Te
95S/Na
96S/En
97S/Ar
98S/Re
99S/Ed
2 9 Event Causes
1 Practical
1 Conflict
2 Transportation
3 Trade
4 Technology
2 Cultural
5 Natural
6 Entertainment
7 Art
3 Theorerical
8 Religion
9 Education
99 Event Types listed by Event
1 Polity
Country, City, Building
1 Country 9
1 CoCon Absolute Monarchy
2 CoTran Constitutional Monarchy
3 CoTrad Socialist
4 CoTec Presidential, Parl. Republic
5 CoNat Tribe
6 CoEnt Tour
7 CoArt Dep
8 CoRel Theoc, Elective Monarchy
9 CoEdu Federal Rep,
Direct Dem.
2 City 9
10 CiCon Capital
11 CiTran Roadside
12 CiTrad Manufacturing
13 CiTec Modern
14 CiNatTribal
15 CiEnt Ruined
16 CiArt Peculiar
17 CiRel Trading
18 CiEdu Religious

3 Building 9
19 BuCon Castle
20 BuTran Restaurant
21 BuTrad Factory
22 BuTec Labratory
23 BuNat Hut
24 BuEnt Coloseum
25 BuArt Temple
26 BuRel Church
27 BuEdu School
2 Good
Invention, Cultural Event, Law
4 Invention 9
28 InCon Weapon
29 InTran Vehicle
30 InTrad Vehicle Type
31 InTec 1st Monolith
32 InNat Mutation
33 InEnt Arena, Coloseum
34 InArt Mosque, Tomb
35 InRel Church, Temple
36 InEdu Philosophy

5 Cultural Event 9
37 CuCon War Strategy
38 CuTran Place Discovery,
Expedition
39 CuTrad Business Org.,
Political Event
40 CuTec Museum Artefact
41 CuNat Music
42 CuEnt Sports Event
43 CuArt Song
44 CuRel Religion
45 CuEdu Play, Book, Poem

6 Law 9
46 LaCon Treaty
47 LaTran Merge, New State
48 LaTrad Property Law
49 LaTec Personal, New Office
50 LaNat Natural Law
51 LaEnt Legalization
52 LaArt Split, Territory Loss, Ind.
53 LaRel Religious
54 LaEdu Illegalization
3 Bad
War, Battle, Disaster
7 War 9
55 WaCon Territorial
56 WaTran Migration, Invasion
57 WaTrad Civil, Succession
58 WaTec Naval
59 WaNat Tribal
60 WaEnt Conquest
61 WaArt Indep
62 WaRel Religious
63 WaEdu Revolution

8 Battle 9
64 BaCon Land
65 BaTran Arial
66 BaTrad Sack
67 BaTec Naval
68 BaNat Migration
69 BaEnt Massacre, Attack,
Assasination, Bombing
70 BaArt Seige, Blockade
71 BaRel Revolt, Rebellion, Ins., Rising
72 BaEdu Dispute, Conflict, Plot

9 Disaster 9
73 DiCon Fire
74 DiTran Plague
75 DiTrad Financial
76 DiTec Famine
77 DiNat Tsunami, Volcano
78 DiEnt Earthquake
79 DiArt Frost
80 DiRel Religion Ban
81 DiEdu Fire
4 People
Leader, Scholar
10 Leader 9
82 LeCon General, Outlaw
83 LeTran Explorer
84 LeTrad Businessman
85 LeTec Politician, Reformer
86 LeNat Band Leader
87 LeEnt Athlete
88 LeArt Scupturor
89 LeRel Religous Leader
90 LeEdu Philosopher
11 Scholar 9
91 ScCon Historian
92 ScTran Navigator
93 ScTrad Economist
94 ScTec Scientist, Inv.
95 ScNat Sage
96 ScEnt Actor, Dancer
97 ScArt Artist
98 ScRel Religion Founder
99 ScEdu Writer, Teacher
 
99 Event Types Charted by Cause
11 Events
9 Causes
Practical
1 Conflict
2 Trans
3 Trade
4 Tech
Cultural
5 Nature
6 Ent
7 Art
Theoretical
8 Religion
9 Education
P
O
L
I
T
Y
1 Country
1 Absolute
Monarchy
2 Const Monarchy
3 Socialist
4 Pres Republic
Parl Republic
5 Tribe
6 Tour
7 Dep
8 Theocracy,
Elective Monarchy
9 Federal Rep,
Direct Dem.
2 City
10 Capital
11 Roadside
12 Manuf.
13 Mod.
14 Tribal
15 Ruined
16 Pecu.
17 Relig.
18 Ci/Ed
3 Building
19 Castle
20 Restaurant
21 Factory
22 Labratory
23 Hut
24 Colos.
25
Mosque
Tomb
26 Church, Temple
27 School
G
O
O
D
4 Invention
28 Weapon
29 Vehicle
30 Vehicle Type
31
1st Monolith
32 Mutation
33 Arena
Coloseum
34 Pyramid
35 Religious Idea
36 1st School
5 Cultural
37 War Strategy
38 Place Discovery,
Expedition
39 Business
Organization,
Political Event
40 Museum Artefact
41 Music
42 Sports
Event
43 Song
44 Religion
45 Play
Book
Poem
6 Law
46 Treaty
47 Merge
New State
48 Property
Law
49 Personal,
New Office
50 Natural Law
51 Legalization
52 Split,
Territory Loss,
Independence
53 Religious
54 Illegalization
B
A
D
7 War
55 Territorial
56 Migration,
Invasion
57 Civil,
Succession
58 Naval
59
Tribal
60 Conquest
61 Indep
62 Religious
63 Revolution
8 Battle
64 Land
65 Arial
66 Sack
67 Naval
68 Migration
69
Attack,
Assasination,
Bombing
70 Seige,
Blockade
71 Revolt,
Rebellion,
Insurrection,
Rising
72 Dispute,
Conflict,
Plot
9 Disaster
73 Massacre
74 Plague
75 Financial
76 Famine
77 Tsunami, Volcano
78 Earthquake
79 Frost
80 Religion Ban
81 Fire
P
P
L
10 Leader
82 General,
Outlaw
83 Explorer
84 Businessman
85 Politician,
Reformer
86 Band Leader
87 Athlete
88 Scupturor
89 Religous Leader
90 Philosopher
11 Scholar
91 Historian
92 Navigator
93 Economist
94 Scientist
Math
Inventor
95 Sage
96 Actor,
Dancer
97 Artist,
Musician,
Composer,
Architect
98 Religion Founder
99 Writer,
Teacher