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Grand Unified Timeline events from 3000 B.C.E. to 1500 C.E.

3000 B.C.E. to 2500 B.C.E.

3000 B.C.E.

  • Encouraged by Omoroca, the Tau'ri rebel against Goa'uld domination, driving them off, and bury the stargate. (Stargate SG-1)
  • The Osirians imprison Sutekh on Mars, and inspire Egyptian civilisation. Slightly later, the first Dalek to visit Earth is buried under the Sphinx. (Doctor Who)
  • Peabody and Sherman help the pharaoh Cheops build the Great Pyramid, despite the pranks of his evil five-year-old nephew Ahmet-Fez. (Rocky and Bullwinkle)

2955 B.C.E.

2951 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Noah to Lamech and an unknown mother. (Genesis)

2886 B.C.E.

  • Establishment of the Jedi Assembly. (Star Wars)

2857 B.C.E.

2762 B.C.E.

2717 B.C.E.

2700 B.C.E.

  • Approximate date that Ejuk becomes the Slayer. In this year, her watcher is killed by time-travelling assassins. (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)

2691 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Uros in Egypt. He would grow up to become a Pharaoh. (Darkstalkers)

2664 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Anakaris to Pharaoh Uros of Egypt. (Darkstalkers)

2652 B.C.E.

  • Death of Pharaoh Uros. His eldest son Anakaris succeeds him on the throne. He is only 12-years-old. (Darkstalkers)

2650 B.C.E.

  • Anakaris starts construction of his own pyramid. (Darkstalkers)

2634 B.C.E.

  • Anakaris finishes the construction of his pyramid. 60 million people worked on it, and 3,133 people became pillars.(Darkstalkers)

2633 B.C.E.

  • Anakaris dies in battle while fighting foreign invaders. His body is taken to his pyramid and placed into a revival chamber. (Darkstalkers)

2630 B.C.E.

  • Anakaris revives as a Mummy. He proceeds to rescue his kingdom from the invaders. (Darkstalkers)

2629 B.C.E.

  • Anakaris leads a counter-attack into the land of the foreign invaders, successfully annexing it into his own realm. He then travels into the future and learns of the downfall of his kingdom. When he returns to his own time, he moves his kingdom underground and into another dimension so that it may be free of the wars of Earth.(Darkstalkers)

2613 B.C.E.

  • Approximate reign of corrupt pharaoh Nephren-Ka, worshipper of Nyarlathotep, in Egypt. He is overthrown and his name erased from history. (Cthulhu Mythos)

2600 B.C.E.

2560 B.C.E.

  • Construction of the Great Pyramid of Giza.
  • Thubanian invaders commission the pyramid to steal Earth's rotational energy, but get lazy and forget how they planned on doing it partway through construction, leaving it to be used as a mausoleum instead. (Futurama)

2585 B.C.E.

2499 B.C.E. to 2000 B.C.E.

2492 B.C.E.

  • Haik defeats the tyrannical titan Bel and leads his people out of Assyria into Armenia, establishing the Armenian nation. (Armenian mythology)

After 2451 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Shem, Ham, and Japheth to Noah and an unnamed mother (Genesis)

2436 B.C.E.

2356 B.C.E.

2351 B.C.E.

  • Death of Methuselah (Genesis)
  • God decides to kill everybody on Earth with a flood and start again, but spares Noah and his family by commanding him to build a giant ark and take two (or in some cases 14) of each animal on board with him. (Genesis)

2350 B.C.E.

  • February 23: Flood waters begin to recede. (Genesis)
  • April 20: Flood waters completely recede. Noah's family and their animals repopulate Earth. (Genesis)
  • Ham accidentally walks in on Noah naked; Shem and Japheth then cover their father with a blanket, being careful not to look. Ham is punished by being made slave to Shem and Japheth. (Genesis)

2349 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Arpachshad to Shem and his unnamed wife. (Genesis)

2333 B.C.E.

  • The Lexx leaves its birthplace on the Cluster, inaugurating a journey that will bring massive devastation to the Two Universes. (Lexx)

2314 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Shelah to Arpachshad and an unnamed mother (Genesis)

2284 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Eber to Shelah and an unnamed mother (Genesis)

2250 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Peleg to Eber and an unnamed mother (Genesis)

2220 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Reu to Peleg and an unnamed mother (Genesis)

2205 B.C.E.

  • Establishment of the Jedi Temple on Coruscant over a Force Nexus. (Star Wars)

2201 B.C.E.

  • Great Droid Rebellion. (Star Wars)
  • End of the Sidereal Period of the Galactic Republic; beginning of the Old Sith Wars against the empires of Exar Kun and Darth Revan. The navigation computer is invented during this war. (Star Wars)

2188 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Serug to Reu and an unnamed mother (Genesis)

2158 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Nahor to Serug and an unnamed mother (Genesis)

2148 B.C.E.

  • In Egypt the reign of Nitocris, the Ghoul-Queen, begins. (Cthulhu Mythos)

2137 B.C.E.

  • End of the Old Sith Wars after the Destruction of Malachor V. At least one survives to regroup and plan. (Star Wars)

2129 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Terah to Nahor and an unnamed mother. (Genesis)

2059 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Abram, Nahor, and Haran to Terah and an unnamed mother. (Genesis)

2049 B.C.E.

2011 B.C.E.

Before 2010 B.C.E.

2010 B.C.E.

2000 B.C.E.

  • The Barban space pirates attack the Earth, but are defeated by the Seijuu and Gingaman for the first time. (Seijuu Sentai Gingaman)
  • Maians observe life on Earth, but decide not to interfere. (Perfect Dark)
  • Death of Noah. (Genesis)

1999 B.C.E. to 1500 B.C.E.

Before 1984 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Lot to Haran and an unnamed mother. (Genesis)
  • Death of Haran in Ur. (Genesis)
  • Abram and Nahor marry Sarai and Milcah. (Genesis)

1984 B.C.E.

  • Terah, Abram, Sarai, and Lot move to Canaan. (Genesis)

1981 B.C.E.

Between 1984 and 1973 B.C.E.

  • Abram and Sarai move to Egypt to escape a famine. While there, they pretend to be brother and sister. Pharaoh Amenhemat I marries Sarai and is afflicted with plagues, so he gives Sarai and Abram lots of food and valuables to persuade them to leave. (Genesis)
  • Abram and Sarai reunite with Lot and go to Negeb. To avoid Abram cramping his style, Lot then moves to Sodom. (Genesis)
  • God promises Abram that his descendants will rule the entire land of Canaan. (Genesis)
  • Kings Bera of Sodom, Birsha of Gomorrah, Shinab of Admah, and Zoar of Bela rebel against Elamite domination. King Chedorlaomer of Elam, accompanied by kings Amraphel of Shinar, Arioch of Ellasar, and Tidal of Goiim launch a counterattack, defeating the Sodomite Alliance at the Battle of Siddim. Lot is taken captive (Genesis)
  • Abram leads an army against Chedorlaomer to rescue Lot. He turns down tribute from King Bera of Sodom so as to avoid the Sodomites thinking too much of themselves. He also forms an alliance with King Melchizedek of Salem. Lot returns to live in Sodom. (Genesis)

1973 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Ishmael to Abram and Hagar, his slave, at the insistence of Sarai, who is well past childbearing age. (Genesis)

1960 B.C.E.

  • God makes a covenant with Abram that he will be the father of a great multitude. As part of the deal, all men descended from Abram are circumcised, and Abram and Sarai change their names to Abraham and Sarah. (Genesis)

1959 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Isaac to Abraham and Sarah. (Genesis)
  • God destroys Sodom and Gomorrah for their depravity, but warns Lot to take his family and escape. While fleeing, Lot's wife looks back and is turned into a pillar of salt. (Genesis)
  • Lot and his daughters stay in a cave for a while, during which the daughters get Lot drunk and have sex with him. (Genesis)

1958 B.C.E.

  • Death of Serug. (Genesis)
  • Birth of Moab and Ben-ammi to Lot and his daughters. (Genesis)

1951 B.C.E.

  • Isaac is circumcised. Sarah demands that Hagar and Ishmael be sent away. (Genesis)

1939 B.C.E.

  • God commands Abraham to sacrifice Isaac, but stops him at the last minute, saying it was just a test of faith. (Genesis)

c. 1930 B.C.E.

  • Abraham and Ishmael construct the Ka'bah (The Cow)

1924 B.C.E.

1922 B.C.E.

1919 B.C.E.

  • Isaac marries Rebekah, daughter of Bethuel, and returns to live in Canaan. (Genesis)

1911 B.C.E.

1900 B.C.E.

  • Nuclear war breaks out on the Krogan homeworld of Tuchanka. (Mass Effect)

1899 B.C.E.

  • Birth of twins Esau and Jacob to Isaac and Rebekah. (Genesis)

c1880 B.C.E.

  • Esau sells his birthright to Jacob for some stew. (Genesis)

Before 1884 B.C.E.

  • Abraham marries a woman named Keturah and has six more sons. (Genesis)

1884 B.C.E.

  • Death of Abraham. (Genesis)
  • Famine strikes Beer-lahai-roi, in which Isaac was residing, so he moves with his family to Gerar. (Genesis)

1881 B.C.E.

1867 B.C.E.

  • Beginning of the Great Galactic War between the Sith Empire and the Galactic Republic.(Star Wars)

1859 B.C.E.

  • Esau marries Judith daughter of Heeri and Basemath daughter of Elon, both Hittites. (Genesis)

1849 B.C.E.

1847 B.C.E.

  • A Mandalorian army materializes in alliance with the Sith and blockades the Republic's most critical trade route. (Star Wars)

1846 B.C.E.

  • A smuggler breaks the blockade and restores the trade route. (Star Wars)

1839 B.C.E.

  • End of the Great Galactic War after the Sacking of Coruscant, Sith Empire victorious. Signing of the Treaty of Coruscant, ceding many outlying systems to the Sith Empire. Beginning of the Galactic Cold War. (Star Wars)

1836 B.C.E.

1828 B.C.E.

  • Jacob agrees to work for seven years to marry Rachel daughter of Laban. (Genesis)

1821 B.C.E.

  • Laban tricks Jacob into marrying Leah, his older daughter, in place of Rachel. Jacob ends up working another seven years. (Genesis)

1820 B.C.E.

  • Death of Eber. Birth of Reuben to Jacob and Leah. (Genesis)

1818 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Simeon to Jacob and Leah. (Genesis)

1817 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Levi to Jacob and Leah. (Genesis)

1816 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Judah to Jacob and Leah. (Genesis)

1814 B.C.E.

  • Jacob finally marries Rachel. (Genesis)
  • Birth of Dan to Jacob and Bilhah, Rachel's maid. (Genesis)

1813 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Naphtali to Jacob and Bilhah. (Genesis)

1812 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Gad to Jacob and Zilpah, Leah's maid. (Genesis)

1811 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Asher to Jacob and Zilpah. (Genesis)

1810 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Issachar to Jacob and Leah. (Genesis)

1809 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Zebulun to Jacob and Leah. (Genesis)

1808 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Dinah to Jacob and Leah. Birth of Joseph to Jacob and Rachel. (Genesis)

1807 B.C.E.

  • Jacob sets off with his family back to Canaan. Due to the way things work out, Laban is not pleased. (Genesis)

1804 B.C.E.

  • Jacob and Esau reconcile. (Genesis)
  • Jacob and his family settle in Shechem for a while. After Dinah is raped by Shechem ben Hamor, Simeon and Levi take revenge by killing every man in Shechem and plundering all their valuables, after which Jacob and his family move on. (Genesis)
  • Birth of Benjamin to Jacob and Rachel. Rachel dies in childbirth. (Genesis)

1796 B.C.E.

  • Jacob gives Joseph a nice coat, which garners him the envy of his brothers. (Genesis)

1795 B.C.E.

  • Joseph's brothers sell him as a slave in Egypt. Judah marries Shua of Canaan. (Genesis)

1779 B.C.E.

  • Death of Isaac. Jacob and Esau bury their father. Esau then moves to Seir as Bethel isn't big enough for both him and Jacob. (Genesis)

1778 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Er to Judah and Shua. (Genesis)
  • Potiphar makes Joseph the master of his house, but Joseph is soon sent to prison after Zuleikha falsely accuses him of attempted rape because he refuses to have sex with her. (Genesis)

1777 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Onan to Judah and Shua. (Genesis)
  • The chief jailer gives Joseph authority over the other prisoners. (Genesis)

1776 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Shelah to Judah and Shua. (Genesis)

1767 B.C.E.

  • Pharaoh Sebekhotep III sends his chief cupbearer and chief baker to prison, where Joseph interprets their dreams. The cupbearer is later released, but the baker is executed. (Genesis)

1765 B.C.E.

  • Pharaoh Sebekhotep III has a series of dreams which, on the advice of his chief cupbearer, he has interpreted by Joseph. Joseph predicts seven years of plenty followed by seven years of famine; Sebekhotep, impressed, places Joseph in charge of managing the harvests, making him the second most powerful man in Egypt. (Genesis)
  • Marriage of Joseph and Asenath, daughter of Potiphera. (Genesis)
  • Beginning of seven years of bountiful harvests in Egypt. (Genesis)

Between 1765 and 1758 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Manasseh and Ephraim to Joseph and Asenath. (Genesis)

1758 B.C.E.

  • End of the period of bountiful harvests. Beginning of seven years of famine across the eastern Mediterranean. Egypt, due to Joseph's efforts, has plenty of food set aside to last out the famine. (Genesis)

1757 B.C.E.

  • Jacob sends his ten eldest sons to Egypt for food. Joseph holds Simeon prisoner until the others bring Benjamin. (Genesis)

1756 B.C.E.

  • Judah and Benjamin go to Egypt to get some more food. Joseph reveals his identity and arranges for his extended family to live in Goshen. (Genesis)

1758 - 1751 B.C.E.

  • Egpytian territory expands rapidly as starving people sell all their land and livestock to Sebekhotep III, and eventually sell themselves into slavery to him, all for food. (Genesis)

1752 B.C.E.

  • Death of Jacob. He is buried in Canaan with his ancestors. (Genesis)

1751 B.C.E.

  • End of the seven years of famine. Joseph introduces a 20% tax on farm output, to be set aside in case of future famine. (Genesis)

1698 B.C.E.

1564 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Miriam to Amran and Jochebed, of the tribe of Levi. (Exodus)

Before 1560 B.C.E.

  • Pharaoh Ahmose I, concerned that the Hebrews are becoming too numerous, passes a law that all boys born to Hebrew women are to be executed, though has some trouble enforcing it. (Exodus)

1560 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Aaron to Amran and Jochebed. (Exodus)

1557 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Moses to Amran and Jochebed. To prevent Moses being executed, Jochebed puts him in a basket and leaves him among the reeds near the palace, where he is adopted by Meritamon, daughter of Ahmose I, and Miriam persuades her to take on Jochebed to be the baby's nurse. (Exodus)

1544 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Joshua to Nun and an unnamed mother. (Joshua)

c1537 B.C.E.

  • Moses kills an Egyptian who was beating a Hebrew and, fearing for his life, flees to Midian. While there, he saves the daughters of Jethro from bandits, and marries the eldest, Zipporah. (Exodus)

1536 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Gershom to Moses and Zipporah. (Exodus)

1530 B.C.E.

  • Unnamed Egyptian Slayer, whose watcher is Meryt-Neith, is killed. A new Slayer is activated in Nubia. (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)

1499 B.C.E. to 1000 B.C.E.

1492 B.C.E.

  • God tells Moses to lead the Hebrews out of Egypt. Moses and Aaron then take on the sorcerers of pharaoh Thutmosis II in a proxy battle of power between God and Ra, featuring such spectacles as the Nile turning into blood and frogs swarming over Egypt, and culminating in the death of most of the firstborn sons of Egypt. Passover is founded during this time. (Exodus)

1491 B.C.E.

  • God emerges victorious over Ra, and Thutmosis II finally agrees to let the Hebrews go. He would have reached this decision much faster is God didn't make him particularly stubborn throughout the time of the plagues. (Exodus)
  • Moses and Aaron follow Shekinah towards Canaan, during which Moses parts the Red Sea to allow them through. Thutmosis II changes his mind regarding releasing the Hebrews and gives chase, but the Egyptian army drowns when the Red Sea crashes in around them. (Exodus)
  • Israelites continue eastward, relying on God to turn salt water fresh and bring down bread from Heaven. (Exodus)

1491 B.C.E. or 1490 B.C.E.

  • Battle between Israelites and Amalekites at Rephidim. Israelites win. (Exodus)
  • Moses founds a basic court hierarchy under the advice of Jethro. (Exodus)
  • Moses climbs to the top of Mt. Sinai, where God gives him a bunch of rules. When he gets to the bottom, he finds everybody worshipping a golden calf, and in a rage smashes the tablets on which he had written the rules. He has a bunch of the Levites prove their devotion to God by each killing a relative, then climbs back to the summit, where God dictates the rules again. This time, the Israelites behave themselves, and build a special tabernacle to hold the tablets. (Exodus)
  • Joshua ben Nun becomes Moses' Sidekick. (Exodus)

1489 B.C.E.

  • April 4: Moses conducts a census of the Israelites and forms them into a military force. Levites are appointed to guard the tabernacle. More rules follow. (Numbers)
  • Israelites complain about their conditions, inspiring God to kill a bunch of them. (Numbers)
  • Miriam and Aaron express jealousy of Moses. God punishes them by giving Miriam a temporary case of leprosy. (Numbers)
  • Moses sends 12 spies to scout out Canaan. Two of them, Caleb and Joshua, report that it is a fertile land ripe for the taking. The other ten, fearful of the existing inhabitants, report that it is a bleak desert full of vicious warriors. However, the truth comes out, and God curses the Israelites so that nobody among them under the age of 20 other than Caleb and Joshua can enter Canaan. The ten liars die of sudden leprosy. (Numbers)
  • Korah, Dathan, Abiram, and On rebel against Moses. A big chasm opens beneath their feet and swallows them up. (Numbers)
  • The rest of the Israelites rebel against Aaron and Moses, accusing them of killing the last group of dissenters. They shut up when Aaron and each of the elders plants their staff of leadership in the ground, and Aaron's blooms the next day. (Numbers)

1488 B.C.E.

  • January: Israelites enter Zin. Miriam dies at Kadesh. (Numbers)
  • Israelites attempt to pass through Edom, but the king refuses permission. (Numbers)
  • Aaron dies, and passes his office to his son, Eleazar. (Numbers)
  • Following an initial defeat, the Israelites defeat Arad. (Numbers)

Between 1488 and 1450 B.C.E.

  • King Sihon of Amor declares war on the Israelites and is defeated. (Numbers)
  • King Og of Bashan declares war on the Israelites and is defeated. (Numbers)
  • King Balak of Moab, fearful of Israelite expansion, summons Balaam bin Beor to curse the Israelites, but Balaam blesses them instead. (Numbers)
  • Israelites begin worshipping Baal and marrying Moabites, so God sends a plague to kill 24,000 of them that only ends when Phinehas ben Eleazar kills an Israelite who had just married a Midianite woman. (Numbers)
  • Moses and Eleazar conduct a second census, and assign the land of Canaan to the Israelites based on the size of each clan. (Numbers)
  • Joshua is assigned to be Moses' successor. (Numbers)
  • Israelite army defeats Midianites in war. Jazer and Gilead are assigned to the tribes of Reueben and Gad, to be delivered upon the conquest of Canaan. (Numbers)

1450 B.C.E.

  • Moses dies and is buried in Moab. Joshua takes command of the Israelites. (Deuteronomy)

1449 B.C.E.

  • Surviving Israelites enter Canaan. [1] (Deuteronomy)
  • Israelites cause the walls of Jericho to collapse by blowing trumpets for a week. They easily conquer the city thanks to the aid of Rahab, a local prostitute. (Joshua)

Between 1449 B.C.E. and 1442 B.C.E.

  • Joshua lures Ai's and Bethel's soldiers out of the city, allowing a secret strike force to quickly take it with minimal effort. (Joshua)
  • Gibeonites pretend to be poor nomads, and trick the Israelites into signing a treaty with them. (Joshua)
  • Kings of Moab form an alliance against Israel under Adoni-zedek of Jerusalem. They are defeated on a day that the Sun stands still in the sky. (Joshua)
  • Makkedah, Libnah, Lachish, Gezer, Eglon, Hebron, and Debir fall to Israel. (Joshua)
  • Kings of northern Canaan form an alliance against Israel. They lose. (Joshua)
  • Hazor and a chunk of the rest of Canaan fall to Israel. Canaan is divided up among the Israelite tribes. (Joshua)

1434 B.C.E.

  • Joshua dies and is buried at Timnath-serah. (Joshua)
  • Israelites continue to expand throughout Canaan, but falter in their progress due to, in the case of Judah, the support of God being no match for iron chariots. (Judges)

1427 B.C.E.

  • Othniel ben Kenaz conquers Kiriath-sepher. As a reward, he gets to marry his cousin, Achsah bat Caleb. (Judges)
  • Israel falls into sin, gets conquered by Aram-naharaim under Chushan-rishathaim. (Judges)

1419 B.C.E.

  • Othniel unites Israelites and defeats Aram-naharaim. (Judges)

1379 B.C.E.

  • Death of Othniel. Israelites return to sin and are conquered by king Eglon of Moab. (Judges)

1360 B.C.E.

  • Eglon assassinated by Ehud ben Gera of Benjamin. Israel unites under Ehud and defeats Moab. Also, Shamgar ben Anath defeats the Philistines. (Judges)

1351 B.C.E.

  • A brainwashed bending unit from the year 3007 travels back to this year and steals the death mask of Egyptian pharaoh Amenhotep III, then takes The Slow Path home in a cavern under Manhattan island. (Futurama)
  • Death of Italian Slayer. (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)

1323 B.C.E.

  • Death of Pharaoh Tutankhamun. He is buried in a tomb at the Valley of the Kings which would not be opened again until 1922. (Mysteries of Egypt and real life).

1290 B.C.E.

  • High priest Imhotep murders Pharaoh Seti. He is buried alive under a powerful curse. (The Mummy Trilogy)

1280 B.C.E.

  • Israelites again fall into sin and are conquered by king Jabin of Hazor. (Judges)

1260 B.C.E.

  • An army of Naphtali and Zebulun, led by Deborah and Barak defeats king Jabin of Hazor with the help of Heber's rebel army.

1220 B.C.E.

  • Israelites once again fall into sin. This time they are conquered by the Midianites. (Judges)
  • Gideon ben Joash, weakest man in Israel, unites the Israelites and leads them to victory against the Midianites. (Judges)

1184 B.C.E.

  • A pan-Hellenic coalition emerges victorious in its decade-long siege of the city of Troy. The Trojan prince Aeneas escapes with his father Anchises, son Ascanius, and a few other refugees. (The Iliad, The Aeneid)

1180 B.C.E.

  • Death of Gideon. Israelites immediately return to worshipping Baal. (Judges)
  • Abimilech ben Gideon kills all but one of his brothers and declares himself king of Iarael. (Judges)

1177 B.C.E.

  • War between Israel and Shechem ends with the destruction of Shechem and the death of Gideon. (Judges)
  • Tola ben Puah ben Dodo becomes Judge of Israel. (Judges)

1166 B.C.E.

1154 B.C.E.

  • Death of Tola. Jair of Gilead becomes Judge of Israel. (Judges)

1132 B.C.E.

  • Death of Jair. Israelites once again fall into sin, and this time are conquered by the Ammonites and Philistines. (Judges)

1114 B.C.E.

  • Jepthah, bastard son of Gilead of Gilead, leads the Israelites to victory of the Ammonites and becomes the next Judge of Israel. He also sacrifices his daughter as part of an unfortunately-worded vow to God. (Judges)

1108 B.C.E.

  • Death of Jephthah. Ibzan of Bethlehem becomes next Judge of Israel. (Judges)

1101 B.C.E.

  • Death of Ibzan. Elon of Zebulun becomes next Judge of Israel. (Judges)

1091 B.C.E.

  • Death of Elon. Abdon ben Hillel becomes next Judge of Israel. (Judges)

1083 B.C.E.

  • Death of Abdon. Israelites yet again fall into sin, and are conquered by the Philistines. (Judges)

1079 B.C.E.

1063 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Samson to Manoah and an unnamed wife. (Judges)
  • Samson kills a lion, and later takes some honey out of a nest that some bees had made in its corpse. Later that week, he marries a Philistine woman. A sequence of events leads him to massacre the Philistines. Samson becomes Judge of Israel. (Judges)
  • Delilah manages to cut Samson's hair. Samson loses his great strength and is easily taken prisoner by the Philistines, blinded, and forced into menial labour. (Judges)

Before 1049 B.C.E.

  • Samuel becomes priest to Eli, and later the final Judge of Israel. (1 Samuel)
  • Israelites suffer a series of defeats at the hands of the Philistines, culminating in the capture of the Ark of the Covenant by Palastu. Philistines return the Ark after God beats up Dagon. (1 Samuel)
  • Samuel leads Israel to victory over Palastu. (1 Samuel)

1049 B.C.E.

  • Samuel anoints Saul as first king of Israel. (1 Samuel)
  • Saul leads Israel to victory over the Ammonites. (1 Samuel)
  • Israelites defeat Philistines at the battle of Gilgal, but Samuel predicts doom for Saul due to him making a sacrifice before Samuel showed up. (1 Samuel)

1047 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Ishbaal to Saul and Ahinoam. (2 Samuel)

1043 B.C.E.

  • At a festival of Dagon, Samson, his hair having grown back, brings the temple down on top of himself and the Philistines, killing everybody. (Judges)

1040 B.C.E.

  • Birth of David to Jesse and Nitzevet. (1 Samuel)

Before 1007 B.C.E.

  • Israel crushes Amalek but Saul decides to spare king Agag. (1 Samuel)
  • Saul anoints David ben Jesse as king and takes him to play a lyre to comfort Saul, who is suffering from an annoying imp. (1 Samuel)
  • Goliath of Gath challenges any of the Israelites to a duel, with the promise that if he loses, the Philistines will become their slaves. With the aid of Xena and Gabrielle (Xena: Warrior Princess), David ben Jesse defeats him, gaining victory for the Israelites with minimal loss of life. David gains admiration from the Israelites and becomes a good friend of Jonathan ben Saul. (1 Samuel)
  • Fearing David's growing popularity, Saul puts him in charge of a cohort of the army, hoping he will die in battle. (1 Samuel)
  • Saul offers David the hand of his daughter, Michal, in marriage if he can collect 1,000 Philistine foreskins. David collects 2,000 and marries Michal. (1 Samuel)
  • Saul attempts to assassinate David, but David escapes with the aid of Michal and Jonathan and flees to Gath and then Adullam, where he gathers a small army of the downtrodden. (1 Samuel)
  • David's army defends Keilah against the Philistines. David's followers swell in number, but have to flee from Saul. (1 Samuel)
  • Death of Samuel. (1 Samuel)
  • David takes his army into Gath and serves as a mercenary for king Achish to discourage Saul from pursuing him. In payment for services rendered, Achish cedes Ziklag to David. David ruthlessly raids Philistine territories, leaving nobody alive, but tells Achish that he has been raiding the Israelites. (1 Samuel)

1007 B.C.E.

  • Philistines gather for war against Israel. Samuel's ghost tells Saul that he's doomed. (1 Samuel)
  • Other Philistine kings kick David and his soldiers out of the army. (1 Samuel)
  • Philistines defeated at Battle of Mount Gilboa. Saul and his sons die in battle. (1 Samuel)
  • David is formally declared king of Israel, but is supported only by Judah. Ishbaal ben Saul takes the throne of Israel, but David retains control of Judah. Israel descends into civil war between followers of David and of Ishbaal. (2 Samuel)
  • David has sex with Bathsheba, wife of his general Uriah, and gets her pregnant. In order to cover his tracks, he has Uriah sent to the site of the fiercest fighting, where he dies in battle. David then marries Bathsheba. (2 Samuel)
  • Birth of Solomon to David and Bathsheba. (2 Samuel)

1003 B.C.E.

  • David defeats Ishbaal and becomes second king of united Israel. The capital of the country is moved to Jerusalem, and a new temple is built there to house the Ark of the Covenant. (2 Samuel)
  • David expands Israel's borders by a substantial amount, defeating and subjugating numerous other kings, while also dealing with an attempted usurpation by his third son, Absalom. (2 Samuel)

1001 B.C.E.

1000 B.C.E.

  • The kingdom of Animaria falls in a war against the demonic Orgs. A piece of Animaria is lifted into the sky, the rest razed. The kingdom's guardian deity is killed, and his children go into hiding. Orgs defeated or sealed. (Power Rangers Wild Force)
  • The galaxy conqueror Horath is sealed in another dimension, with the keys to his prison scattered across Earth. (The Sarah Jane Adventures)
  • A Slayer is activated in Morocco near the river Sebu. (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)

999 B.C.E. to 500 B.C.E.

Between 1000 and 996 B.C.E.

996 B.C.E.

970 B.C.E.

972 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Rehoboam to Solomon and Naamah. (1 Kings)

965 B.C.E.

  • Death of David. Solomon ben David becomes king of Israel. Solomon is known for his wisdom, and during his reign writes several books of poetry and philosophy as well as an erotic poem or two. (1 Kings)

931 B.C.E.

  • Death of Solomon. Rehoboam ben Solomon is formally appointed king of Israel, but all tribes except Judah reject him in favour of Jeroboam I ben Nebat. Israel divides into two countries; Jeroboam rules the country called Israel, while Rehoboam rules over Judah. (1 Kings)

946 B.C.E.

  • Judah sacked by orders of Pharaoh Sheshonk I. (1 Kings)

913 B.C.E.

  • Death of Rehoboam. Abijam becomes king of Judah. (1 Kings)

911 B.C.E.

  • Death of Abijam. Asa becomes king of Judah. (1 Kings)

910 B.C.E.

  • Death of Jeroboam I. Nadab becomes king of Israel. (1 Kings)

909 B.C.E.

  • Baasha ben Ahijah assassinates Nadab and becomes king of Israel. (1 Kings)

908 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Jehoshaphat to Asa ben Abijam and Azubah bat Shilhi. (1 Kings)

886 B.C.E.

  • Death of Baasha. Elah becomes king of Israel. (1 Kings)

885 B.C.E.

  • Zimri, commander of the royal chariots, assassinates Elah and declares himself king of Israel. He himself is killed by within a week by the army. (1 Kings)
  • Israel descends into Civil War between followers of Omri and Tibni. (1 Kings)

880 B.C.E.

  • House of Omri emerges victorious from civil war, leaving Omri as king of Israel. Omri establishes Samaria as the new capital of Israel. (1 Kings)
  • King Omri marries Jezebel and worships Baal. They face opposition from Elijah and his followers, as well as the armies of king Ben-hadad II of Aram. (1 Kings)
  • Birth of Jehoram to Jehoshaphat ben Asa and his unnamed wife. (2 Kings)

875 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Ahaziah to Jehoram and his unnamed wife. (2 Kings)

874 B.C.E.

  • Death of Omri. Ahab becomes king of Israel. (1 Kings)

873 B.C.E.

  • Death of Asa. Jehoshaphat becomes king of Judah. (1 Kings)

853 B.C.E.

  • Israel and Judah carry out a joint military strike against Aram. King Ahab of Israel is killed by friendly fire, and Ahaziah becomes king of Israel. (1 Kings)

852 B.C.E.

  • Ahaziah suffers a nasty fall and dies, cursed by Elijah. Joram becomes king of Israel. (2 Kings)
  • King Mesha of Moab rebels against Israel. Kings Joram of Israel, Jehoshaphat of Judah and the king of Edom march out to defeat him, and are reluctantly saved from dying of thirst en route by Elisha. (2 Kings)

848 B.C.E.

  • Death of Jehoshaphat. Jehoram becomes king of Judah. (2 Kings)

841 B.C.E.

  • Death of Jehoram. Ahaziah becomes king of Judah. (2 Kings)
  • Ahaziah dies soon after taking the throne. Athaliah seizes control of Judah and tries to kill the entire royal family, but Joash ben Jehoram is spirited away to safety. (2 Kings)
  • One of Elisha's prophets anoints Jehu as king of Israel. Jehu assassinates Joram and his wife, Jezebel[2] and puts a stop to idolatry in Israel. (2 Kings)

835 B.C.E.

  • Jehoiada anoints Joash as king of Judah. Athaliah is put to death, Joash takes the throne, and worship of Baal is ended in Judah. (2 Kings)

821 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Amaziah to king Joash of Judah and his unnamed wife. (2 Kings)

814 B.C.E.

  • Death of Jehu. Jehoahaz becomes king of Israel. (2 Kings)

798 B.C.E.

  • Death of Jehoahaz. Jehoash becomes king of Israel. (2 Kings)

796 B.C.E.

  • Death of Joash. Amaziah becomes king of Judah. (2 Kings)

783 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Azariah to Amaziah and his unnamed wife. (2 Kings)

782 B.C.E.

  • Death of Jehoash. Jeroboam II ben Jehoash becomes king of Israel. (2 Kings)

Between 782 and 767 B.C.E.

  • Amos foretells doom. An earthquake occurs in Canaan. (Amos)

767 B.C.E.

  • Death of Amaziah. Azariah becomes king of Judah. (2 Kings)

765 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Jotham to Azariah ben Amaziah and Jerusha bat Zadok. (2 Kings)

753 B.C.E.

  • Death of Jeroboam II. Zechariah becomes king of Israel. (2 Kings)
  • Twins Romulus and Remus, descendants of Aeneas, found the city of Rome. Romulus later kills his brother in an argument. (The Varronian Chronicle)

752 B.C.E.

  • Death of Zechariah. Shallum becomes king of Israel. (2 Kings)
  • Shallum dies shortly after taking the throne. Menahem becomes king of Israel. (2 Kings)
  • Birth of Ahaz to Jotham and his unnamed wife. (2 Kings)

Prior to 740 B.C.E.

  • Isaiah ben Amoz predicts doom for Israel and Judah. (Isaiah)

742 B.C.E.

  • Death of Menahem. Pekahiah becomes king of Israel. (2 Kings)

741 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Hezekiah to Ahaz ben Jotham and Abi bat Zechariah. (2 Kings)

740 B.C.E.

  • Death of Azariah. Jotham becomes king of Judah. (2 Kings)
  • Death of Pekahiah. Pekah becomes king of Israel. During his reign, Israel loses significant territory to king Tiglath-pileser III of Assyria. (2 Kings)
  • Isaiah has a vision of God. (Isaiah)

732 B.C.E.

  • Death of Jotham. Ahaz becomes king of Judah. (2 Kings)
  • Hoshea ben Elah assassinates Pekah and becomes king of Israel. (2 Kings)

723 B.C.E.

  • King Shalmaneser V of Assyria and Babylon annexes Israel, and later crushes it and deports it inhabitants to Babylon when he discovers that Hoshea has been conspiring with Pharaoh Bakenranef to launch a counterattack on Assyria. (2 Kings)

Between 732 B.C.E. and 716 B.C.E.

  • Isaiah foretells the birth of the Messiah, an invasion by Assyria, the revival of Israel, and doom for the surrounding countries. (Isaiah)

716 B.C.E.

  • Death of Ahaz. Hezekiah becomes king of Judah. (2 Kings)

711 B.C.E.

  • Assyrians under Tartan conquer Ashdod. (Isaiah)
  • God commands Isaiah to become a nudist for the next three years. (Isaiah)

708 B.C.E.

  • Isaiah foretells the fall of Egypt and Ethiopia to Assyria, as well as further doom. (Isaiah)

702 B.C.E.

  • Judah is sacked by Sennacherib I of Assyria. King Hezekiah rejects a peace treaty on the advice of Isaiah, and general Rabshakeh is then recalled to deal with a war Sennacherib has started with Ethiopia. (2 Kings, Isaiah)
  • Hezekiah suffers an illness, but recovers in time to receive a delegation from king Marduk-apple-iddina II of Babylon. Isaiah foretells the fall of Judah to Babylon; then, for a change of pace, he foretells how Israel will recover from the upcoming doom and how great Cyrus will be. (2 Kings, Isaiah)

699 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Manasseh to Hezekiah ben Ahaz and Hephzibah. (2 Kings)

687 B.C.E.

  • Death of Hezekiah. Manasseh becomes king of Judah. He continues Judah's sinning, which would have serious repurcussions down the line. (2 Kings)

681 B.C.E.

665 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Amon to Manasseh ben Hezekiah and Meshullemeth bat Haruz. (2 Kings)

649 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Josiah to Amon ben Manasseh and Jedidah bat Adaiah. (2 Kings)

643 B.C.E.

  • Gigantion is pulled into another universe by the expansionist Planet X, whose inhabitants intend to strip it of resources. The inhabitants of Gigantion use their Cyber Planet Key to enlarge both their planet and themselves (but not the resident Mini-Cons) and defeat the forces of Planet X. Planet X's last survivors, Sideways and Soundwave, sell their sparks to Unicron in exchange for revenge on Gigantion (Transformers Cybertron).
  • At some point, the Gigantion Mini-Cons Jolt, Reverb, and Six-Speed accidentally end up on an interdimensional starship during a game of hide and seek, and wind up in the universe from which Gigantion originally came. They are found and adopted by Vector Prime (Transformers Cybertron)
  • Death of Manasseh. Amon becomes king of Judah. (2 Kings)

642 B.C.E.

  • The Vedran Empire becomes the Systems Commonwealth. Coronation Year becomes Commonwealth Year. (4279 CY) (Andromeda)

641 B.C.E.

  • Amon is assassinated by his servants, but the conspirators are then killed by the people of Judah. Josiah ben Amon becomes king of Judah. (2 Kings)

634 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Eliakim (later renamed Jehoiakim) to Josiah ben Amon and Zebidah bat Pedaiah. (2 Kings)

632 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Jehoahaz to Josiah ben Amon and Hamutal bat Jeremiah. (2 Kings)

628 B.C.E.

  • Jeremiah ben Hilkiah begins prophesying. (Jeremiah)

623 B.C.E.

  • At the command of Josiah, high priest Hilkiah and Shaphan ben Azaliah begin renovations on the Temple of the Ark of the Covenant. While getting the money together to pay the workers, they come across a book of law written by David. (2 Kings)
  • Josiah institutes a series of reforms based on David's book, including the restoration of Passover, widespread iconoclasm, and a ban on human sacrifice. (2 Kings)

622 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Ezekiel to Buzi and an unnamed mother. (Ezekiel [3])

618 B.C.E.

  • Birth of Zedekiah to Josiah ben Amon and Hamutal bat Jeremiah. (2 Kings)

609 B.C.E.

  • Josiah dies in battle against Egypt at Megiddo. Jehoahaz becomes king of Judah. (2 Kings)
  • Jehoahaz is taken captive by Pharaoh Necho I three months after taking the throne. Egypt installs Jehoiakim as a puppet king of Judah. (2 Kings)

606 B.C.E.

  • Babylonia lays siege to Jerusalem and wrests command of Jehoiakim away from Egypt. Several bright young Hebrews are taken as hostages to Babylon. Daniel, Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariah (renamed Belteshazzar, Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego) manage to gain favour with Nebuchadnezzar II and attain high positions in his court. (Daniel)

605 B.C.E.

  • Jeremiah and Baruch write a scroll containing Jeremiah's teachings, including the prophecy about the fall of Judah to Babylonia. When Jehoiakim gets a hold of the scroll, he burns it over the wishes of his council and orders the deaths of Jeremiah and Baruch, but the prophets escape and write another, more comprehensive scroll. (Jeremiah)

604 B.C.E.

  • Babylonia annexes Judah. (2 Kings)

602 B.C.E.

  • Nebuchadnezzar has a dream foretelling the destruction of Babylonia and the rise of the Persian, Macedonian, and Roman empires. Daniel interprets this dream and in return Nebuchadnezzar makes him the #2 person in the empire. (Daniel)

601 B.C.E.

  • Nebuchadnezzar attempts to expand into Egpyt but fails. Judah rebels against Babylonia and declares independence. (2 Kings)

597 B.C.E.

  • Death of Jehoiakim. Jehoiachin becomes king of Judah. (2 Kings)
  • Jerusalem is sacked by Babylonia, and Jehoiachin is taken to Babylon as a hostage. Zedekiah ben Josiah installed as puppet king of Judah. (2 Kings) Jeremiah ben Hilkiah sends a letter to the Jews in Babylon, advising them to start families and farms, as they'll be there for the next 70 years. (Jeremiah)

593 B.C.E.

  • Before July:
    • Jeremiah foretells that Judah will soon fall to Babylonia, just as Israel did. He advises that the captivity will last 70 years, so the Jews should start families and farms while in Babylonia. (Jeremiah)
    • Jeremiah gives Seraiah ben Neriah a copy of his writings for safe keeping. (Jeremiah)
  • July: Hananiah ben Azzur foretells that the Israelites will be freed from Babylonian captivity within two years. Jeremiah advises him that he's wrong and warns that this false prophecy will result in his death. (Jeremiah)
  • October: Death of Hananiah. (Jeremiah)
  • Arphaxad reinforces Ecbatana and gathers a large army. (Judith)
  • Nebuchadnezzar II steps up his military campaigns. (Judith)

592 B.C.E.

  • June 25: Ezekiel ben Buzi has his first vision of God. Weirdness ensues. (Ezekiel)

591 B.C.E.

  • August 13: Ezekiel ben Buzi has another vision of God, and condemns hypocritical Jewish leaders. (Ezekiel)

590 B.C.E.

  • July 8: Elders of Israel come to ask Ezekiel what God wants. God rebukes them. (Ezekiel)

589 B.C.E.

  • December 22: Babylonian army sets out for Jerusalem. (Ezekiel)
  • December: Death of Ezekiel's wife. Ezekiel foretells the destruction of the Temple of the Ark of the Covenant, and doom for the surrounding countries at the hands of Nebuchadnezzar. (Ezekiel)

588 B.C.E.

  • Before December: Zedekiah rebels against Babylonia. (2 Kings)
  • December 11: Babylonia lays siege to Jerusalem. (2 Kings, Jeremiah)
  • December 13: Ezekiel foretells destruction for Egypt. (Ezekiel)
  • Ecbatana conquered by Babylonia. (Judith)

587 B.C.E.

  • April 20: Nebuchadnezzar holds a strategy meeting. Holofernes is appointed to put down uprisings in the western part of the empire. (Judith)
  • Jeremiah ben Hilkiah buys a field from his cousin, Hanamel ben Shallum, and hands over the deeds of sale to Baruch ben Neriah. He also foretells the defeat of Zedekiah by Nebuchadnezzar. (Jeremiah)
  • Jeremiah is imprisoned by Zedekiah, but is saved by Ebed-melech, an Ethiopian eunuch. (Jeremiah)

586 B.C.E.

  • March 19: Ezekiel foretells destruction for Tyre. (Ezekiel [4])
  • March 25: Ezekiel foretells the fall of Egypt to Babylonia. (Ezekiel)
  • Before June:
    • Judith bat Merari seduces Holofernes and cuts off his head. (Judith)
    • Jeremiah advises Zedekiah to surrender to Nebuchadnezzar and avoid a slaughter. Zedekiah doesn't listen, but officially pardons Jeremiah and allows him to live in Jerusalem. (Jeremiah)
  • June 24: Babylonian forces breach the walls of Jerusalem. Zedekiah and his army flee. The army abandons Zedekiah at Jericho, where he is captured. (2 Kings, Jeremiah)
  • July 21: Nebuzaradan, captain of Nebuchadnezzar's bodyguard, sacks and ruins Jerusalem. (2 Kings, Jeremiah)
  • All the House of Zedekiah is killed by Nebuzaradan, and Zedekiah himself is blinded and tied to a horse to be dragged to Babylon. Most of the remaining Jews join the Israelis in Babylon, though the poorest are given farms and vineyards in exchange for loyalty to Nebuchadnezzar. Gedaliah appointed governor of Judah. (2 Kings, Jeremiah)

585 B.C.E.

  • March 21: Ezekiel again foretells the fall of Egypt to Babylonia. (Ezekiel)

584 B.C.E.

  • February 6: Ezekiel describes just how much Egypt will suffer as a result of the Babylonian conquest. (Ezekiel)
  • Mid-year: God appoints Ezekiel as sentinel of Israel. (Ezekiel)
  • December 21: Ezekiel hears about the fall of Jerusalem. (Ezekiel)

c 583 B.C.E.

  • Ishmael ben Nethaniah assassinates Gedaliah. Remaining Jews flee to Egypt. (2 Kings)

581 B.C.E.

  • March 29: Baruch ben Neriah foretells the hardship the Jews will endure, and the subsequent revival of Israel. (Baruch [5])
  • April: Baruch begins raising money. (Baruch)
  • May 30: Baruch returns the sacred vessels from Babylon to Jerusalem. He also takes all the money he raised so that high priest Jehoiakim ben Hilkiah can make a massive sacrifice to God to ensure the prosperity and longevity of Nebuchadnezzar and Belshazzar, thus guaranteeing the continued protection of Babylon to the Jews. (Baruch)

580 B.C.E.

  • The Citadel is (re)discovered by the Asari. (Mass Effect)

572 B.C.E.

  • March 22: Ezekiel ben Buzi has a vision of the restored Jerusalem. (Ezekiel)

570 B.C.E.

  • Babylonian army defeated at Tyre, invades Egypt instead. (Ezekiel)

560 B.C.E.

  • King Amel-Marduk of Babylon releases Jehoiachin from prison and makes him an advisor. (2 Kings)

553 B.C.E.

  • Daniel has a prophetic dream about future empires. (Daniel)

550 B.C.E.

  • Daniel has a dream about the fall of Babylonia to Persia, the destruction of Persia by Macedonia, and the subsequent collapse of Macedonia into separate kingdoms. (Daniel)

539 B.C.E.

  • Spring or Summer: Babylonia conquered by Persia. (Real Life)
  • Before September: Shahanshah Cyrus the Great of Persia allows the Jews to return to Jerusalem. (Ezra)
  • September: Jewish religious services resume in Jerusalem. (Ezra)

536 B.C.E.

  • Spring: Gabriel tells Daniel about the future kings of Persia, and the rise and fall of Alexander the Great. (Daniel)
  • April: Reconstruction begins on the Temple of the Ark of the Covenant, but Samaritans living in Jerusalem delay its completion for decades. (Ezra)

535 B.C.E.

522 B.C.E.

  • Daniel foretells the completion of the restoration of Jerusalem, as well as the trouble and opposition that Ezra and Nehemiah will face. (Daniel [6])

520 B.C.E.

  • August 2: Prophets Haggai and Zechariah calls for rebuilding of the temple to resume, an act approved by Shahanshah Darius I. (Ezra, Haggai)
  • August 25: Construction resumes on the temple. (Ezra, Haggai)
  • September 20: God, speaking through Haggai, promises the restoration of Jerusalem. (Haggai)
  • October: Zechariah ben Berechiah urges the Jews to repent of their sins. (Zehcariah)
  • November 21: Haggai clarifies the rules of cleanliness and foretells doom for the countries surrounding Judah. (Haggai)

519 B.C.E.

515 B.C.E.

  • February 13: Temple of the Ark of the Covenant rebuilt. (Ezra)

507 B.C.E.

500 B.C.E. - 500 C.E.

500 B.C.E.

  • The Citadel Council is founded by the Asari and Salarians. (Mass Effect)
  • Dream of the Endless has a relationship with the muse Calliope, during which their son, Orpheus, is born. (The Sandman)
  • Hanno the Navigator reports encountering zombies while mapping the west coast of Africa. (The Zombie Survival Guide)

490 B.C.E.

486 B.C.E.

  • Samaritans in Jerusalem accuse the Jews in Jerusalem of being rebellious against the new Shahanshah Xerxes I. (Ezra)

480 B.C.E.

  • Accompanied by 300 of his best soldiers, King Leonidas of Sparta makes a last stand at Thermopylae against a massive Persian army of samurai and giant trolls, led by a ten-foot-tall Xerxes II. (300)

463 B.C.E.

  • March 9: Mordecai ben Jair has a prophetic dream and successfully warns Artaxerxes I about an assassination attempt. As a reward, Artaxerxes makes Mordecai an official in his court. (Esther)

462 B.C.E.

  • Artaxerxes holds a vast celebration. (Esther)
  • Queen Vashti, wife of Artaxerxes, is banished for failing to show up at the party. Artaxerxes then seeks a new queen. (Esther)

458 B.C.E.

  • March 14: Ezra ben Seraiah, a Jewish scribe, and several other holy men set out from Babylon for Jerusalem with the blessing and money of Shahanshah Artaxerxes I. (Ezra)
  • July 10: Ezra and his group arrive at Jerusalem. Ezra begins administering religious services, using the money provided by Artaxerxes I to buy animals for sacrifice. (Ezra)

455 B.C.E.

  • January: Artaxerxes chooses Esther bat Abihail, cousin of Mordecai, as his new queen. (Esther)
  • Mordecai uncovers another conspiracy against Artaxerxes. (Esther)

453 B.C.E.

  • Mid-March: Haman son of Hammedatha, general of the Persian armies, conspires with Artaxerxes' servants to slaughter all Jews after Mordecai refuses to bow to him. (Esther)
  • March 30: At the request of Haman, Artaxerxes orders all Jews to be killed for supposed rebellion. (Esther)
  • April or May: Esther and Mordecai attempt to reverse Haman's actions. Esther asks Artaxerxes to hold a banquet just for the two of them and Haman. Haman has a gallows built with which to hang Mordecai. (Esther)
  • June 5: Artaxerxes remembers that Mordecai saved his life on a previous occasion, and gives him some more honours. Haman is displeased. (Esther)
  • June 6: At Esther's banquet, Haman's conspiracy comes out, as well as the fact that Esther is a Jew. Artaxerxes has Haman hung on the gallows he had built for Mordecai. Mordecai is given dominion over the House of Haman. (Esther)
  • June 7: Esther has Artaxerxes rescind the order to kill all the Jews. Artaxerxes also passes an order allowing the Jews to defend themselves. (Esther)

452 B.C.E.

  • March 1: Haman's intended date to start his massacre of the Jews. (Esther)
  • March 3: Feast of Purim instituted. (Esther)

446 B.C.E.

  • November: Nehemiah ben Hacaliah, cupbearer to Shahanshah Artaxerxes I, about the destruction of Jerusalem and gets upset. (Nehemiah)

445 B.C.E.

  • March: Artaxerxes appoints Nehemiah governor of Judah. Nehemiah begins work in restoration of Jerusalem and cancels the severe taxes that had been levied on the inhabitants of Judah. (Nehemiah)
  • September 8: Restoration completed on walls of Jerusalem. (Nehemiah)
  • September 13: Ezra restores observation of the law of Moses. (Nehemiah)
  • September 14: Festival of tabernacles reinstated. (Nehemiah)
  • October 6: Ezra and his priests reinstate their covenant with God. (Nehemiah)
  • Ezra and Nehemiah introduce a series of reforms in Judah, which includes bans on working on Saturday and Jews marrying non-Jews. (Ezra, Nehemiah)

411 B.C.E.

  • The women of Greece refuse to have sex until the men end the Pelopennesian War. (Lysistrata)

410 B.C.E.

  • Bill and Ted, along with Billy the Kid, land in Ancient Greece. They listen in on one of Socrates' speeches before escorting him into their time traveling phone booth to take him to 1988 C.E. for their history report. (Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure)

405 B.C.E.

  • Rescue Aid Society founded by Euripides Mouse. (The Rescuers)

400 B.C.E.

  • Peabody and Sherman rescue Confucius after he is kidnapped by Genghis Khan, inventor of the knock-knock joke. (Rocky and Bullwinkle)

4th century B.C.E.

  • The Great Suwa War. A coalition of gods representing the Yamato fight to unify the disparate kingdoms of Japan. Kanako Yasaka defeats rival goddess Suwako Moriya and takes control of the Moriya Shrine, but has difficulty exerting her authority. She and Suwako enter a partnership that will last over two thousand years. (Touhou)

334 B.C.E.

  • Alexander the Great conquers Persia and Egypt. (Maccabees)

336-323 B.C.E.

  • Alexander the Great decides to try to conquer Westward instead of Eastward. Romans kick Alexander's butt. (Ab Urbe Condita by Livy)

277 B.C.E

  • Estimated birth of Nibbler, a Nibblonian alien. Due to the longevity of his race, Nibbler would still be alive in the 31st century. (Futurama)

218 B.C.E.

  • Coruscant experiences its last major groundquake. (Star Wars)

214 B.C.E.

186 B.C.E.

  • Fourth Great Jedi Schism. Founding of the New Sith Empire by Darth Ruin. Beginning of the New Sith War, lasting a thousand years. (Star Wars)

175 B.C.E.

  • Antiochus IV becomes king of Seleucid Empire and begins a process of hellenisation in Judea. (Maccabees)

170 B.C.E.

  • Antiochus IV conquers Egypt, but allows king Ptolemy IV to remain as a puppet ruler to avoid angering Rome. (Maccabees)

169 B.C.E.

  • Jerusalem sacked by Seleucid forces. (Maccabees)

167 B.C.E.

  • Before November: Seleucids occupy Jerusalem and force the Greek religion on its inhabitants. (Maccabees)
  • November 14: Altars to Greek gods built in Jewish temples. Judaism banned in Judea. Mattathias ben John objects and starts a rebellion. (Maccabees)

166 B.C.E.

  • Death of Mattathias. His third son, Judas Maccabeus, takes the helm of the rebellion. (Maccabees)

165 B.C.E.

  • Antiochus IV uses the last of his money to finance a massive assault against the Maccabees. He then leaves Lysias in charge of the empire and goes east to raise more funds. (Maccabees)
  • Judas Maccabeus defeats the first campaign of Lysias. Lysias retreats to raise a mercenary army. (Maccabees)

164 B.C.E.

  • November 21: Jerusalem liberated from the Greeks. Jews apparently only have enough oil for one day's worth of religious services, but it manages to last for eight days. Hanukkah first instituted. (Maccabees)

163 B.C.E.

  • Maccabees defeat Greeks at Galilee. Galilean Jews return to Judea and the men join with Judas. (Maccabees)
  • Maccabees defeat 8,000 Greeks at Bozrah and extend their control far into Gilead. Jews in Gilead join with the Maccabees. (Maccabees)
  • Antiochus IV tries to obtain the treasure of Elymais, but fails. (Maccabees)
  • Antiochus IV hears about Lysias' failures and dies of despair shortly after appointing Philip as his royal steward. (Maccabees)

162 B.C.E.

  • Maccabees override the citadel. Hellenic Jews appeal to Lysias for support. (Maccabees)
  • Battle of Beth-zechariah: Maccabees defeated by a Greek army of 100,000 infantry, 20,000 cavalry, and 32 elephants. Eleazar Avarin dies is dies killing the royal elephant. Maccabees hole up in the temple, and Lysias lays siege. (Maccabees)
  • Philip returns to Syria. Lysias signs a hasty treaty with the rebel Jews, then smashes the temple and goes off to fight for control of the Seleucid Kingdom. (Maccabees)

161 B.C.E.

  • Demetrius I Soter returns to Syria from Rome and has both Lysias and Philip killed, and takes control of Syria. (Maccabees)
  • Alcimus persuades Demetrius that the Maccabees are dangerous rebels. Demetrius appoints Bacchides as governor of Judea and orders him to exterminate the rebel Jews. Bacchides kills a few of them, then returns to the capital and leaves Alcimus in charge. Fighting intensifies between traditionalist and Hellenic Jews. (Maccabees)
  • Demetrius appoints Nicanor governor of Judea. Nicanor attempts to kidnap Judas Maccabeus but fails, and is routed at the Battle of Caphar-salama. (Maccabees)

160 B.C.E.

  • March 4: Syrian army, commanded by Nicanor, defeated by Jews under command of Judas Maccabeus at the Battle of Beth-horon. Nicanor killed in battle. (Maccabees)
  • April: Demetrius orders Bacchides and Alcimus to return to Judea. Jewish army crushed by Syrians at the Battle of Elasa, and Judas Maccabeus is killed in action.
  • Judas Maccabeus sends Eupolemus ben John and Jason ben Eleazar to make an alliance with the Romans. (Maccabees)
  • After the death of Judas, traditionalist Jews come out of hiding and unite under Jonathan Apphus against the Greeks. Bacchides suffers a series of losses, and moves to reinforce Jerusalem. (Maccabees)

159 B.C.E.

  • Alcimus prepares to tear down the works of the prophets in Jerusalem, but has a heart attack as soon as he starts. Bacchides again returns to Demetrius, abandoning Judea. (Maccabees)

157 B.C.E.

  • Bacchides launches a surprise attack against Judea, but is defeated by Jonathan's forces. Demetrius reluctantly recognises Judean independence. (Maccabees)

152 B.C.E.

  • Alexander Epiphanes leads Egypt in rebellion against Demetrius. Both sides try to get Judea as an ally. Jonathan Apphus, judge and high priest of Judea, plays both sides against each other to retain Judean autonomy. (Maccabees)

150 B.C.E.

  • Alexander defeats Demetrius with the support of Jonathan. Alexander marries Cleopatra, daughter of Ptolemy, consolidating his right to the throne of Egypt. (Maccabees)

149 B.C.E.

147 B.C.E.

  • Demetrius II arrives from Crete and attempts to retake Syria. He appoints Apollonius as governor of Coelesyria. (Maccabees)
  • Apollonius tries to get Jonathan Apphus on his side, but fails and is defeated in battle. (Maccabees)
  • The Champions and Doctor Impossible intervene in the Third Punic War. (Soon I Will Be Invincible)

146 B.C.E.

  • Ptolemy attempts to retake the throne of Egypt with the help of Jonathan and Demetrius II. (Maccabees)
  • Rome defeats Carthage (Real Life) thanks to Scipio Aemilianus summoning the Old One Ky-laag. (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)

145 B.C.E.

  • Alexander is ousted from Egypt and beheaded in Arabia. Ptolemy takes the crowns of Egypt and Turkey, but dies three days later. Demetrius II takes control of Egypt and Turkey, granting him control over all of Alexander the Great's empire with the exception of Greece and Judea. (Maccabees)
  • At a ceremony in Antioch, an uprising threatens to kill Demetrius but is put down by Jonathan. (Maccabees)
  • Trypho and Antiochus take control of Syria and march against Judea. Jonathan Apphus commands an army of Jews and surviving Syrians to take victory. He also renews Judea's alliance with Rome, and forms a new alliance with Sparta. (Maccabees)

144 B.C.E.

  • Jonathan Apphus is taken captive by Trypho. Jewish army retreats to Jerusalem. Simon Thassi takes command of the Jews. Rome and Sparta send condolences for Jonathan's death; Simon reaffirms Judea's alliance with Rome. (Maccabees)
  • Judeans fight a series of skirmishes against Syria. (Maccabees)
  • Trypho attempts to invade Judea, but is forced to return to Gilead due to heavy snow. Jonathan is killed and buried in Modein. (Maccabees)

142 B.C.E.

  • Trypho is executed by Antiochus V, who attempts to expand Turkish territory. (Maccabees)
  • Judea is granted full independence by Demetrius II. (Maccabees)
  • Simon takes Gazara. (Maccabees)

141 B.C.E.

  • May 13: Jews under Simon Thassi retake the citadel in Jerusalem. John ben Simon is granted command of the Judean armies. (Maccabees)

140 B.C.E.

  • August 22: Jews pay a grand honour to the sons of Mattathias. (Maccabees)
  • Syrian army defeated by Persia. Demetrius II taken prisoner by Arsaces. (Maccabees)

138 B.C.E.

  • Antiochus VII invades Syria, crushing Trypho. (Maccabees)
  • Roman senate orders the governments of the eastern Mediterranean not to antagonise their ally, Judea. (Maccabees)

136 B.C.E.

  • Antiochus VII antagonises Simon Thassi, is defeated by a Jewish army commanded by Simon's son, John Hyrcanus. (Maccabees)

134 B.C.E.

  • January: Simon and his sons, Judas and Mattathias, are assassinated by Ptolemy son of Abubus, governor of Jericho. (Maccabees)
  • John Hyrcanus inherits leadership of Judea, and defeats the forces of Antiochus. Judea would remain free and peaceful until the Roman conquest. (Maccabees)

100 B.C.E.

73 B.C.

55 B.C.E.

  • Julius Caesar tries to conquer Britain, fails. The leader of the resistance that repelled him is named First Emperor of Britannia (Code Geass [7])

50 B.C.E.

  • Asterix and his indomitable tribe of Gauls hold off a prolonged invasion by Roman soldiers via use of magic super-strength potion. (Asterix)

44 B.C.E.

42 B.C.E.

  • Peabody and Sherman depose Cleopatra's evil brother Ptolemy, with the help of Julius Caesar[8] and his army. (Rocky and Bullwinkle)

26 B.C.E.

  • Caesar Augustus sends a group of soldiers to recover a mystical artefact from a lost temple in Persia. Pious Augustus, leader of the expedition, obtains the treasure, one of the three essences of the Ancients. The timeline now splits in three; Pious chooses one essence in each timeline. (Eternal Darkness)

8 B.C.E.

  • The Silver Millenium begins on Earth's moon. (Sailor Moon)

4 B.C.E.

  • June: Birth of John the Baptist to Zechariah and Elizabeth. (The Bible)
  • December 25: Jesus born. (Medieval guessing on the year Jesus was born/day of Jesus' birth celebrated in place of pagan holidays, possibly based on a conjecture that he died on the anniversary of his conception. Interestingly, no date is in The Bible)
  • Herod kills all babies in Judea under two years old. Joseph and Mary flee to Egypt to save Jesus from this, returning upon the death of Herod. (The Bible)

1 C.E.

  • The Rachni Wars begin. (Mass Effect)
  • The gargoyle beasts, a non-sentient species of gargoyles, become fully domesticated. They are kept as pets by the sentient gargoyles. (Gargoyles)

8 C.E.

  • April 8: Jesus, Mary, and Joseph attend the Passover celebration in Jerusalem. Jesus impresses the priests and scribes with his knowledge of Scripture. (The Bible)

10 C.E.

  • The original magus, author of the Grimorum Arcanorum, casts a spell on all gargoyles at the command of Caesar Augustus. Due to this spell, gargoyles' clothes now turn to stone and back at sunrise and sunset, preserving their modesty (Gargoyles)

23 C.E.

26 C.E.

  • In Jerusalem, Judah Ben-Hur is falsely accused of trying to assasinate the new Roman governor, and sent to the galleys. (Ben-Hur)

27 C.E.

  • Captain Jack Harkness buried alive beneath the future site of Cardiff. (Torchwood)

29 C.E.

  • John the Baptist begins urging the Jews to repent of their sins. (The Bible)

30 C.E.

  • Jesus begins his public ministry, pissing off the Pharisees and Sadducees. (The Bible)

33 C.E.

  • Saturday afternoon, about tea time - Jesus gives the Sermon on the Mount. (Life of Brian)
  • March 31 - Judas Iscariot betrays Jesus to the Pharisees. (The Bible)
  • April 2 - The Last Supper. Jesus tells the gathered apostles that one of them will betray him. (The Bible[9])
  • April 3 - Jesus is crucified and dies. Zombies invade Jerusalem. (The Bible).
  • April 6 - Jesus returns from the dead. (The Bible)

38 C.E.

40 C.E.

41 C.E.

  • After Caligula's assassination, the Praetorian guard declare Claudius emperor of Rome. (I, Claudius and Real Life)
  • Vampires Helen and Julian attempt to use Caligula's ashes to raise the demon Meter. They are stopped by the current Slayer, but kill her in revenge. (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)

46 C.E.

48 C.E.

52 C.E.

  • Current Slayer is killed by Night Terrors. Incinii becomes the Slayer, and fights against both Night Terrors and Romans. (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)

60 C.E.

  • Nero Fox (the "Jive-Jumpin' Emperor of Ancient Rome") is emperor of Earth-C's Roman Empire. Unlike his other-dimensional counterparts, Nero Fox favors playing the saxophone instead of a fiddle, and made use of (anachronistic) 1930s/40s-era music slang. A time-traveling Captain Carrot and Pig-Iron meet Nero Fox after being sent to this era by the villainous Timekeeper. (Leading Comics, Captain Carrot and His Amazing Zoo Crew)

63 C.E.

  • Augustus "Gus" Holiday and his family have adventures in ancient Rome. The Holidays' version of ancient Rome features some cultural and technological equivalents to mid-20th Century life. (The Roman Holidays)
  • The Flintstones and Rubbles, traveling through time via a time machine at the Bedrock World's Fair, arrive in ancient Rome. They visit the Coliseum (where they see Nero playing the fiddle), and narrowly escape being thrown to the lions before departing this era. (The Flintstones)

64 C.E.

  • The Great Fire of Rome:
    • The First Doctor and companions visit ancient Rome; the Doctor accidentally inspires Nero to burn the city down. (Doctor Who)
    • Peabody and Sherman stop Nero's violin teacher from burning down Rome, then leave when they learn that Nero is about to hold an enormous barbecue. (Rocky and Bullwinkle)
    • Professor Bobo, a talking gorilla (accidentally) causes the fire while escaping along with Pearl Forrester and Observer, the trio had been imprisoned for claiming to be gods. (Mystery Science Theater 3000)

68 C.E.

  • After a failed rebellion against Rome, a Gaulish tribe leaves the Earth through magical means. (Deverry)

76 C.E.

  • Founding of the city of Dun Deverry, marking the start of the Deverry calender. [10](Deverry)

79 C.E.

  • The Sibylline Sisterhood and their Pyrovile compatriots (revived after thousands of years in the 62 C.E. earthquake) are defeated by the Tenth Doctor and Donna Noble. [11] (Doctor Who)

ca. 1st century

  • [12] (Lost)
  • John of Patmos gets a vision from God about The End of Days and writes down what he sees. (Revelation)


  • The Pandorica is opened at Stonehenge in Roman Britain. [13] (Doctor Who)



  • Zombie outbreak in Caledonia. Emperor Hadrian orders construction of a wall to keep the undead out of Britannia. (The Zombie Survival Guide)


  • The immortal Marcus Octavius leads 2,000 Roman legionnaires to slaughter a rebellious British village bearing 400 soldiers. The only survivor is Colin, the village chief, who vows vengeance.(Highlander the Search For Vengeance)
  • (Later that year): Colin is killed in a duel against Marcus, but his horse drags him to Stonehenge where he revives as an Immortal. (Highlander the Search For Vengeance)





  • Zhang Jiao leads the peasants of China to revolt during the Yellow Turban Rebellion only to be stopped by the efforts of Cao Cao, Sun Jian and Liu Bei. (Dynasty Warriors)



  • The Three Kingdoms period of China begins after Sun Quan kills Guan Yu. (Dynasty Warriors)



  • A storm rages on the planet Namek and there are only two Namekian survivors, one who crash lands on Earth and forgets who he is and another, later known as Guru, who rebuilds the Namekian race. [14] Both eventually become creators of their own sets of Dragon Balls. (Dragon Ball)
  • Nine hundred years of war between Centauri and Xon end with the complete annihilation of the Xon race. (Babylon 5)


  • Sima Yan of Jin manages to capture the Kingdoms of Wei, Wu and Shu ending the Three Kingdoms era of China and unifying the country. (Dynasty Warriors)


  • The Council declares the Rachni to be extinct. (Mass Effect)

4th Century

  • Surak unites Vulcan society with his philosophy of logic. (Star Trek)


  • Nokkar, an N'Kai, set up a base on Easter Island to watch for signs of the Space Spawn. The natives build statues in his honour. (Gargoyles)



  • Sometime before this time, the nameless Namekian creates the powerful, yet dangerous, Black Star Dragon Balls - a precursor of the more limiting red star balls his light side Kami creates some years later. He hides them, being left untouched for over three centuries. [15] (Dragon Ball GT)
  • Garlic attempts to conquer Earth after not being chosen by its guardian as its successor. The guardian of Earth imprisons Garlic for all eternity. His son seeks revenge for this, even if takes three hundred years. The nameless Namekian separates into Kami (who becomes the Earth's guardian's successor instead), and Demon King Piccolo. Piccolo starts destroying all life on Earth, but is defeated by Muten-Roshi's master Mutaito by trapping him in an electric rice cooker. [16] (Dragon Ball)



  • August 23 - September 4: In the middle of the Sack of Rome, Marcus Octavius defeats Colin in battle once again, but is prevented from decapitating him by the fortuitous arrival of some barbarians. Colin survives to continue his path of vengeance.(Highlander the Search For Vengeance)



  • Abhartach mac Donn of Glenuilin seeks immortality and becomes a vampire. He is sealed away by Cathán, chieftan of the neighbouring village, who as a result also becomes chieftan of Gelnuilin. (Róisín Dubh)

5th Century

  • Birth of future sorcerer Merlin to Oberon and an unnamed Welsh noblewoman.(Gargoyles)
  • Queen Mab, ruler of the Fair Folk, looses a war and her throne against Oberon, her own son. Oberon succeeds her on the throne and marries Titania. The "Children of Mab" are renamed to the "Children of Oberon". (Gargoyles)
  • During their travels throughout the past, Tim Hunter and The Phantom Stranger meet a fourteen-year old Merlin. The young boy wearily outlines the details of his future life and his inability to escape his fate to Tim. The pair also briefly encounter Jason Blood. (The Books of Magic)

501 C.E. - 900 C.E.


  • The Mayans in pre-Columbian Mexico discover a number of Huitzil/Phobos robots. They are sufficiently advanced to reprogram them into serving them. One such unit is tasked with protecting Central America from invaders. A major earthquake would eventually de-activate it. Upon revival it would become the primary unit of its kind. (Darkstalkers)



  • The Saiyans land on the Tuffles' planet, eventually renaming it Vegeta. (Dragon Ball)


  • Karim and Chandra die and become new guardians of the lost temple. (Eternal Darkness)

6th century

  • Merlin conceals the Crown of All Things on the lowest level of the Twilight, leaving a riddle for the benefit of any who might come after him. (Night Watch)
  • An Arab merchant named Mouamet converts to Christianity and gains fame for his sublime hymns. ("Departures")
  • Tuesday, April 6, 853[17] - Peabody and Sherman go to Camelot and defeat a dragon via the clever use of bubblegum. (Rocky and Bullwinkle)


  • Queen Leene of Guardia is kidnapped by the Mystics, lead by Magus. Crono, Lucca and Marle arrive from the year 1000 and participate in the war against the Mystics. (Chrono Trigger)


  • Toyosatomimi no Miko, prince of Japan, a saint who spread Buddhism throughout the country, and secretly a power-hungry Taoist, enters a deathlike trance to attain immortality. Her plan to rule Japan as a divine being is foiled by Buddhists, who continually place seals on her mausoleum to prevent her awakening. (Touhou)


  • Great Library of Alexandria destroyed.


  • Peredur fab Ragnal/ Percival, guardian of the Holy Grail, becomes the founder of The Illuminati. Peredur himself is immortal and several members would enjoy extended lifespans. (Gargoyles)



  • Kaguya Houraisan, a Lunarian princess, is banished from the moon for drinking the Hourai Elixir and attaining immortality. Exiled to Japan, her beauty inspires the Tale of the Bamboo Cutter. (Touhou)


  • The Council unleashes the genophage upon the Krogan race, ending the Krogan Rebellions and curbing their rampant population growth. (Mass Effect)
  • Zombie outbreak in Frisia put down by a group of knights around this year. (The Zombie Survival Guide)


  • Fujiwara no Mokou, whose father was humiliated after failing to complete the Five Impossible Tasks of Lunarian princess Kaguya Houraisan, steals and drinks the Hourai Elixir, ensuring that her feud with Kaguya will be eternal. (Touhou)


  • Rediscovery of the planet Tatooine by the Galactic Republic; it had been lost for several thousand years. Beginning of the Republic Dark Age. (Star Wars)


  • The war between the Saiyans and the Tuffles begin. (Dragon Ball)


  • Approximate date that Abdul Alhazred completes the Kitab al-Azif (Necronomicon). (Cthulhu Mythos)
  • After years of fighting the Tuffles, the Saiyans turn into giant apes as the full moon arises. The Tuffles are annihilated. The Saiyans relearn space travel from the Arcosians. (Dragon Ball)


  • The Saiyans start working for Lord Frieza and his planet trade. (Dragon Ball)


  • Charles Martel defeats the Muslim army at Tours; Islamic expansion is halted at the Pyrenees. (The Song of Roland)


  • Son Goku and Broly are born. Planet Vegeta, the home planet of the Saiyans is destroyed [18] with only a handful of off-world survivors, including Goku, Broly and Broly's father. The infant Goku is sent to Earth. (Dragon Ball)


  • Death of Abdul Alhazred at the hands of an invisible monster. (Cthulhu Mythos)
  • After bumping his head, Goku forgets his vicious Saiyan nature. (Dragon Ball)


  • September 1 - The young Goku and Bulma start their partnership in their search for the Dragon Balls. (Dragon Ball)
  • September 10 - Goku and Oolong thwart Emperor Pilaf's plans to take over the world with the Dragon Balls after Oolong wishes for girls' underwear. (Dragon Ball)
  • September 14 - Goku and Krillin start training under Roshi. (Dragon Ball)


  • May 7 - The 21st Tenkaichi Budokai. Jackie Chun wins against Goku. Goku starts his search for his father's Four-Star ball. (Dragon Ball)
  • May 8 - Goku storms Muscle Tower, rescuing Sno's father. (Dragon Ball)
  • May 9 - Mercenary Tao leaves Goku for dead and kills Bora at the foot of Korin's Tower. Goku starts climbing Korin Tower. (Dragon Ball)
  • May 10 - Goku starts training with Korin at the top of Korin Tower. (Dragon Ball)
  • May 12 - After retrieving the "Holy Water", Goku defeats Mercenary Tao along with the rest of the Red Ribbon Army singlehandedly. Shenron, the Eternal Dragon grants the first life-restoring wish. (Dragon Ball)


  • May 7 - The 22nd Tenkaichi Budokai. Tien defeats Goku, barely, and does a Heel Face Turn. King Piccolo returns to power. (Dragon Ball)
  • May 8 - Goku kills King Piccolo and his henchmen. However, in his last breath Piccolo spawns a new offspring to kill Goku. Piccolo Jr. goes into training. Everyone killed by King Piccolo and his cronies (including Krillin) are restored by the Dragon Balls. (Dragon Ball)


  • May 7 - The 23rd Tenkaichi Budokai. Goku defeats Piccolo, but lets him live. (Dragon Ball)


  • Before October 12 - Garlic Jr. successfully wishes for immortality with the Dragon Balls. Gohan traps him in the Dead Zone. [19] (Dragon Ball)
  • October 12 - Raditz tells Goku he is really a Saiyan. After Piccolo ends up killing both Raditz and Goku, Raditz reminds him that two more Saiyans will arrive within the year. (Dragon Ball)


  • April 29 - Goku starts training under the art of Kaioken with King Kai in the afterlife. (Dragon Ball)
  • November 3 - Elite Saiyans Vegeta and Nappa reach Earth. Nappa and the Saibamen kill all of the Z-Fighters apart from Krillin, Gohan and the newly revived Goku. Vegeta kills Nappa in disgust for not laying a single punch on Goku. Goku, Gohan, Krillin and Yajirobe help defeat Vegeta. Goku lets him escape. (Dragon Ball)
  • December 18 - Vegeta, Bulma, Krillin and Gohan land on Namek to find the Namekian Dragon Balls to restore Earth's ones after Piccolo's demise. (Dragon Ball)
  • December 24 - Goku lands on Namek. Vegeta, with the help of Goku, kills the Ginyu force. Piccolo, along with Earth's Dragon Balls, is restored with the Namekian Dragon Balls. Goku seemingly destroys Frieza after turning Super Saiyan after the death of his friend Krillin. Namek is destroyed and the surviving Namekians make refuge on Earth. (Dragon Ball)


  • May 3 - Krillin and Yamcha are brought back to life by the Namekian Dragon Porunga. (Dragon Ball)
  • September 9 - Tien and Chiaotzu are brought back to life by the Namekian Dragon Porunga. He also grants the refugee Namekians a new home. (Dragon Ball)
  • October - Garlic Jr. returns thanks to the power of the Makyo Star. He pours the Black Water mist over the world but Krillin, Piccolo, Kami and Mr. Popo end these plans. Gohan destroys the Makyo Star as Garlic Jr. reopens the Dead Zone, sapping his strength and imprisoning him once more. (Dragon Ball)
  • In Tang Dynasty China, Colin bypasses the corpses of several soldiers in his way to Marcus Octavius' chambers only to find his enemy had already left. (Highlander the Search For Vengeance)


  • August - Future Trunks finishes off Frieza and warns the Z-Fighters of the oncoming Android threat. (Dragon Ball)


  • May 7 - The 24th Tenkaichi Budokai. The Z-Fighters are too busy, training and preparing for the Androids warned by Future Trunks. Mr. Satan is the champion and his daughter Videl wins the junior division. (Dragon Ball)
  • May 12 - The Androids appear, as does Cell. Future Trunks returns to help. Everyone is curbstomped by #17 and #18 as Goku suffers from his heart virus. Piccolo merges with Kami to fight Cell. Cell escapes. (Dragon Ball)
  • May 16 - Cell reaches his perfect form after absorbing Android 17 and 18. (Dragon Ball)
  • May 17 - Cell announces his Cell Games on global television. (Dragon Ball)
  • May 19 - Dende becomes the new guardian of Earth and master of the Dragon Balls, following the merger of Kami and Piccolo. (Dragon Ball)
  • May 26 - The Cell Games. Gohan, becoming Super Saiyan 2, destroys Cell, (beforehand, Android 18 is retrieved and Goku gets killed trying to save everyone) but Mr. Satan takes the credit. Future Trunks goes back to his own timeline. (Dragon Ball)


  • April 7 - Gohan takes costume as the Great Saiyaman to fight crime. (Dragon Ball)
  • May 7 - The 25th Tenkaichi Budokai. Android 18 bows out, after agreeing to share the prize money with Mr. Satan. Kid Trunks defeats Goten in the junior division. Majin Buu is revived by Bibidi's son Babidi. Buu quickly turns on him. Vegeta, powered by Babidi's magic, fights the temporarily-resurrected Goku, but Buu's destruction of the Earth's population interrupts the fight. Vegeta dies trying to kill Buu. (Dragon Ball)
  • May 8 - Majin Buu, after several mergers and alterations, eventually becomes the monstrous Kid Buu, who blows up the Earth. Goku, revived after Old Kai gives Goku his lifespan, kills Majin Buu with his Spirit Bomb, after the Namekian Dragon Balls bring Earth and its people back. He asked for Buu to be reincarnated as a good guy because of the enjoyment of the fight. (Dragon Ball)
  • September 7 - The memories of Majin Buu are erased by Shenron. (Dragon Ball)


  • May 7 - The 28th Tenkaichi Budokai. Result uncertain, possibly cancelled. Goku leaves with Uub, Majin Buu's reincarnation in order to train him after a high energy fight. (Dragon Ball)


  • Goku becomes a kid thanks to a wish granted by the Black Star Dragon Balls. After retrieving them, Baby is handily killed by Goku after reaching Super Saiyan 4. Piccolo sacrifices himself so that the balls become useless. (Dragon Ball GT)


  • One year after the black star Dragon Balls are used, the Z-Fighters destroy all those villains who escaped from Hell. Goku defeats Super Android 17. Due to overuse of Kami and Dende's red star Dragon Balls, the negative energy stored inside them takes the form of seven powerful dragons. Goku defeats all of them, and Goku departs along with Shenron to heal the negative energy, after one final wish to hit the Reset Button. (Dragon Ball GT)


  • Max Bubba uses future technology to gain command of a group of Vikings. To get revenge on the future, he starts systematically killing every member of the Thoresen family, creating a Time Storm. (Strontium Dog)
  • Johnny Alpha enlists the aid of a group of Vikings, led by Wulf Sternhammer, to stop Max Bubba. They eventually succeed, and Sternhammer returns with Alpha to the year 2170. (Strontium Dog)



  • January 28: Emperor Charlemagne assassinated by followers of Pious Augustus. (Eternal Darkness)
  • Battle of Ruusan. All Sith destroyed except for Darth Bane, who institutes the Rule of Two. End of the Republic Dark Age. The Galactic Senate passes the Ruusan Reformation, setting the year to zero, redistributing senatorial representation, and taking power from the Supreme Chancellor, giving it to the Senate. The Jedi dissolve their military, take a vow of chastity, and begin training padawans from a very young age at a central facility in the Coruscant Jedi Temple. (Star Wars)

826 C.E.

843 C.E.

  • Kenneth mac Alpin unites the various kingdoms of Scotland, and is crowned upon the Stone of Destiny at Scone. The Stone would later be used for the coronations of his successors. (Gargoyles)




  • Birth of the gargoyle Hudson to the Wyvern Clan of Scotland. He would grow up to become the leader of his clan. (Gargoyles)



  • Birth of Prince Malcolm to Donald II, King of Scotland. He would grow up to become king. (Gargoyles)


  • Goku briefly reappears from wherever he's been chilling with Shenron for the past century to give one of his descendants a combined pep talk/lesson on the mechanics of the recently-restored Dragon Balls, vanishes again, then briefly reappears to watch that same descendant battle the descendant of Goku's rival in a martial arts tournament. Goku vanishes again, never to reappear. (Dragon Ball GT)

9th Century

  • Beowulf is committed to writing.
  • Hieda no Aichi, the first Child of Miare, begins the Gensokyo Chronicles. Every subsequent century another Child of Miare will reincarnate to update the histories. (Touhou)


  • Turians admitted to the Citadel Council. (Mass Effect)

901 C.E. - 1000 C.E.


  • Birth of Indulf to Constantine II, King of Scotland and an unnamed mother. He would grow up to become king. (Gargoyles)


  • Birth of Duff to Prince Malcolm I of Scotland and an unnamed mother. He would grow up to become king. (Gargoyles)


  • Birth of the Archmage (Chief Sorcerer). (Gargoyles)


  • Birth of Yoda. (Star Wars)
  • Birth of an unnamed male gargoyle in Scotland. He would serve as Demona's second-in-command during the 11th century. (Gargoyles)


  • Birth of Prince Culen to Prince Indulf of Scotland and an unnamed mother. He would grow up to become King. (Gargoyles)


  • King Arthur and his knights start a quest for the Holy Grail. (Monty Python and The Holy Grail)
  • Birth of Prince Kenneth II to Malcolm I, King of Scotland and an unnamed mother. He would grow up to become king. (Gargoyles)


  • Birth of Queen Katharine. She would become the last consort of Malcolm I of Scotland and mother of Prince Malcolm, ruler of Castle Wyvern. (Gargoyles)


  • The gargoyles Goliath, Demona/ "Angel of the Night", Othello/ "Coldstone", Desdemona/ "Coldfire", Iago/ "Coldsteel", and Borrklyn's older brother are born in the Wyvern Clan of Scotland. (Gargoyles)


  • Birth of the future Norman Ambassador and founder of the Illuminati. (Gargoyles)


  • Constantine II, King of Scotland abdicates the throne in favour of his son, Malcolm I (Gargoyles and real life)
  • Saxon warlord Heinrich I, along with his army of the undead, is defeated and sealed within the Earth by the warrior monk Simon the Wanderer. (Return to Castle Wolfenstein)


  • Theodorus Philetas translates the Kitab al-Azif into Greek and renames it the Necronomicon. (Cthulhu Mythos)


  • Birth of Prince Malcolm to Malcolm I, King of Scotland and Queen Katharine. (Gargoyles)
  • Death of King Malcolm I. He has his older sons, Duff and Kenneth II, swear an oath to protect the lives of their stepmother Queen Katharine and their infant half-brother Prince Malcolm. Indulf captures Katharine and Malcolm, holding them as hostages. He rises to the throne, with Duff and Kenneth exchanging their silence for the safety of the hostages. (Gargoyles)


  • Birth of Princess Elena to Richard the Fearless, Duke of Normandy, and an unnamed mother. (Gargoyles)




  • Robert rescues and Prince Malcolm II from the usurper Indulf, who abdicates when Queen Katharine threatens to commit suicide (which would leave him with no important hostages). Indulf goes into exile in Ireland along with his son, Culen. Duff, son of Malcolm I, becomes king of Scotland; Robert would go on to become captain of the guard. (Gargoyles)
  • Birth of Prince Malcolm II to Prince Kenneth II of Scotland and an unnamed mother. (Gargoyles)


  • Birth of the Magus in Scotland. (Gargoyles)
  • Birth of Mary, a peasant girl in Scotland. She was born within a short distance from Wyvern Hill. She would grow up to become a Keeper of the Grimorum Arcanorum.(Gargoyles)


  • King Duff defeated by Culen's army. Princes Kenneth II, Malcolm II, and the infant Kenneth III go into exile in England.(Gargoyles)


  • Birth of Prince Constantine III to Culen, King of Scotland and an unnamed mother. Constantine would grow up to become King. (Gargoyles)
  • Prince Malcolm of Scotland allies himself to Hudson and the Wyvern Clan. Castle Wyvern starts being constructed, intended to become the new seat of both allies. The Archmage is hired to become the court sorcerer of Malcolm. (Gargoyles)
  • Culen, King of Scotland faces the forces of his cousin Kenneth. Among said forces is Prince Malcolm, younger brother of Kenneth, and the entire Wyvern Clan. Culen looses his life in battle. Kenneth rises to the throne as Kenneth II. He decides to spare the life of Constantine, the infant son of his predecessor. Constantine would be raised in court. (Gargoyles)


  • Birth of Lady Finella in Scotland. (Gargoyles)


  • November - Prince Malcolm, ruler of Castle Wyvern, marries Princess Elena of Normandy. Elena's dowry includes the Phoenix Gate, a magical talisman that allows whoever uses it to travel through time and space; Demona and the archmagus conspire to obtain it. Meanwhile, nobody notices that the Norman Ambassador accompanying Elena is a member of The Illuminati.(Gargoyles)
  • Demona, Goliath, and others travel back to this era using the Phoenix Gate. They rescue Elena and ensure her marriage to Malcolm. [20] (Gargoyles)


  • Birth of Princess Katharine of Scotland to Malcolm II of Scotland and Richard I, Duke of Normandy. (Gargoyles)
  • The people of the planet that will eventually be known as P7J-989 retreat into virtual reality cocoons after pollution renders the planet uninhabitable; they will remain there for the next 1022 years. (Stargate SG-1, "The Gamekeeper")


  • Birth of the gargoyle Bronx in the Wyvern Clan of Scotland. (Gargoyles)


  • Approximate date that a group of humans with great telepathic powers, led by the former Indian prince Vell-os, leave Earth using their Psi abilities. (Escape Velocity Nova)
  • Current Slayer is sacrificed to a dragon by the vampire Migoto. Minomoto Kishi, AKA Lady Shobu, becomes the Slayer. (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)


  • The Archmage takes a new apprentice. The boy would become known as the Magus (sorcerer). (Gargoyles)
  • Birth of Gillecomgain to Maíl Brigti and an unnamed mother. His father is a half-brother of Findlaech of Moray. Gillecomgain would grow up to become a ruler of Moray and the first Hunter. (Gargoyles)


  • The Archmage poisons Prince Malcolm of Castle Wyvern; the Archmage falls to his death, but Hudson and company save the Prince.[21] Hudson is blinded in one eye, and abdicates as clan leader in favor of Goliath. Demona becomes the new second-in-command of the Clan. (Gargoyles)


  • Birth of Bodhe to Prince Kenneth III of Scotland and an unnamed mother. He would become the father of Gruoch, father-in-law of both Gillecomgain and Macbeth, and the maternal grandfather of Luach. (Gargoyles)


  • Birth of Tom/ "Guardian" to Mary, a Scottish peasant. He would grow up to become a loyal companion to Princess Katharine, and eventually her lover.(Gargoyles)

Before 992

  • Hogwarts is founded. After disagreements about the admittance of Muggle-borns, one of the founders, Salazar Slytherin departs, but not before creating the Chamber of Secrets containing a Basilisk, so it can be reawoken by his heir. (Harry Potter)


  • Ahmad ibn Fadlān and Vikings face marauding cannibals. (The 13th Warrior)
  • Queen Metalia attacks the Moon Kingdom, bringing an end to the Silver Millenium, Queen Serenity uses the last of her power to transport the souls of her daughter, her lover, and princesses/warriors from the other planets in the solar system to be reborn on Earth in the 20th century. (Sailor Moon)


  • An internal conflict breaks out among the gargoyles of Castle Wyvern when Iago tricks Othello into thinking that Desdemona has been cheating on him with Goliath. Desdemona prevents Othello and Goliath from coming to blows, but emotional damage is done. (Gargoyles)


  • September 29 - Castle Wyvern in Scotland is besieged by Hakon the Viking. The Vikings are driven back by the gargoyles, but Princess Katharine insults them, leading to dissenting feelings. Demona and Robert begin conspiring against Katharine. (Gargoyles)
  • September 30 - Demona and Robert attempt to send all the gargoyles away from Castle Wyvern to avoid the Viking attack, but only Goliath and Hudson leave. Before departure, Goliath orders Brooklyn, Bronx, and Broadway to spend the night in the dungeon. (Gargoyles)
  • October 1 - Hakon attacks Castle Wyvern during the day, smashing all the petrified gargoyles except for Goliath, Hudson (who were away), Brooklyn, Bronx, Broadway, Lexington (grounded), and Demona (who fled before the attack). The survivors (except Demona) are petrified "until the castle rises above the clouds". Katharine retrieves the remaining gargoyle eggs. (Gargoyles)
  • October-December - Demona finds herself the Sole Survivor of Clan Wyvern. She blames humans for betraying her. One day, while raiding for food, she scars the face of Gillecomgain, nephew of Findleach of Moray. Demona unites the clanless gargoyles of Scotland into a nomadic clan under her leadership. (Gargoyles)


  • Oberon, King of the Fairies, becomes enraged with the extreme arrogance of his people and banishes the entire race out of Avalon for one thousand years, leaving the Weird Sisters to guard the gate of Avalon. (Gargoyles)
  • The elderly Kenneth II falls in love with Lady Finella, lover of Prince Constantine, who assassinates Kenneth and ascends the throne as Constantine II. Constantine forces Princess Katharine into marriage by threatening to destroy the gargoyle eggs. (Gargoyles)
  • September 28 - Finella drugs Constantine III and escapes with her companions and the gargoyle eggs to Avalon, at this time inhabited only by the Weird Sisters. Finella and Mary return to Scotland, tasked with guarding the Grimorum Arcanorum, and the rest enter Avalon.(Gargoyles)
  • September 29 - Constantine III awakes to find his betrothed and Finella gone. He is enraged and plans to take it out by destroying every gargoyle in Scotland. He would find an enthusiastic volunteer for his campaign in Gillecomgain, his new squire. (Gargoyles)
  • Peabody and Sherman try a number of tactics to get rid of Leif Erickson's beard, as it's making it impossible for him to sail. When none of them work, they resort to making it longer instead. (Rocky and Bullwinkle)


  • October 18 - Battle of Rathveramoen, fought between the forces of Constantine III and Kenneth III, who is aided by Demona's gargoyles at the urging of the time-travelling Brooklyn. Brother Valmont, the court sorcerer of Constantine, betrays his monarch and unleashes attacks on both sides. Numerous people are killed, notably Maíl Brigti, half-brother of Findlaech of Moray. He is survived by his son Gillecomgain, for whom this is his first real battle. Valmont looses a hand to Brooklyn and is forced to retreat. The battle ends with the death of Constantine at the hands of Kenneth. (Gargoyles)

10th Century

  • Kahless the Unforgettable unites Klingon society. (Star Trek)
  • Myouren Hijiri, a Buddhist monk in Japan, passes away. His sister Byakuren, frightened by the prospect of sharing his fate, begins to supplement her own Buddhist teachings with magical power gained from Youkai. (Touhou)


  • A young man named Crono wakes up one morning, and attends the Millennial Fair where he meets a girl named Marle and his friend Lucca. An invention gone wrong sends the trio four hundred years into the past, where adventure awaits. (Chrono Trigger)

1001 C.E. - 1100 C.E.



  • Pai Mei slaughters all sixty monks in a Shaolin monastery after he believes one of their number insulted him. (Kill Bill)


  • Macbeth is born in Scotland. His parents are Findlaech, High Steward of Moray and Princess Doada of Scotland. His maternal grandfather is Malcolm II of Scotland. Making the boy a potential heir to the throne. (Gargoyles)
  • Fall of the Kingdom of Guardia (Chrono Trigger, Chrono Cross)


  • A boy named Serge drowns/is rescued by a strange girl in El Nido. A timeline that already loops back on itself in several places is split into two dimensions. (Chrono Cross)


  • Heart of Mantorok sealed away in Ellia, a dancing girl at the court of King Suryavarman I. (Eternal Darkness)


  • Yoda granted the title of Jedi Master. (Star Wars)


  • Serge stumbles into an alternate timeline, beginning an adventure to save all of history. (Chrono Cross)
  • Findlaech, High Steward of Moray is assassinated by the mysterious Hunter (secretly his nephew Gillecomgain), at the behest of Prince Duncan in order to secure his own claim to the throne. Gillecomgain was also supposed to assassinate Findlaech's heir, Macbeth, but Macbeth is rescued by Demona and the Weird Sisters. Duncan rewards Gillecomgain by appointing him High Steward of Moray. (Gargoyles)


  • Gillecomgain marries Gruoch. When he refuses to kill Macbeth at the behest of Duncan, Duncan reveals him to actually be the Hunter, and Gillecomgain is killed by Macbeth and Demona. Duncan claims the identity of the Hunter for himself. (Gargoyles)
  • Macbeth marries Gruoch. They have a son, Luach, later that year. (Gargoyles)
  • Birth of Malcolm Canmore to Prince Duncan and an unnamed mother. He would grow up to become a King of Scotland. (Gargoyles)


  • Duncan I rises to the throne of Scotland. But fears his cousin Macbeth has an equally strong claim to it. He continues to conspire against his cousin.(Gargoyles)


  • Before August 14 - Macbeth and Demona are bound together as immortals in exchange for Demona's assistance fighting King Duncan. Demona is left rejuvenated, Macbeth now seems physically older than his actual age. (Gargoyles)
  • The elderly King Duncan of Scotland is killed in his sleep by Macbeth, Thane of Cawdor. Upon the discovery of the body, Princes Malcolm and Donalbain flee Scotland in fear of their lives. This allows Macbeth to implicate them in the murder and claim the throne for himself. (Macbeth)
  • Macbeth and Demona's forces defeat Duncan's forces in battle. Duncan is killed, and Macbeth becomes king of Scotland. Demona earns her new name by "fighting like a demon" in the last battle. She goes on to lead her own Clan of gargoyles to prosperity. Canmore, son of Duncan, is banished to England. (Gargoyles)


  • The Byzantine historian, philosopher, and demonologist Michael Psellos compiles the Corpus Hermeticum; he also produces an independent Greek version of al-’Azīf/the Necronomicon from a Syriac translation. (Hermetic Magic, Cthulhu Mythos)


  • Many copies of the Necronomicon burned at the order of Patriarch Michael. All Arabic manuscripts have been lost by this time. (Cthulhu Mythos)


  • Macbeth fights a duel to the death with Macduff, Thane of Fife. He looses and Malcolm Canmore succeeds him as King. (Macbeth)
  • Demona, fearing treachery, betrays Macbeth to Duncan's son Canmore and the English. Canmore destroys all of Demona's gargoyles, except her. Macbeth and Demona learn that neither can die until one slays the other. (Gargoyles)


  • Luach, King of Scotland is slain in battle by Canmore, who ascends to the throne and becomes the third person to use the Hunter's identity. Gruoch, widow of Macbeth and mother of Luach, commits suicide shortly after. A line of Canmore's descendants would use "Canmore" as their last name and raise further generations of Hunters up to the 20th century. (Gargoyles)
  • March 21 - The gargoyles Angela, Gabriel, Ophelia and Boudicca are born in Avalon. Due to the nature of time in Avalon, the new Avalon Clan would age slowly and be still physically young in the late 20th Century. (Gargoyles)


  • The First Doctor and companions prevent the Meddling Monk from preventing the Norman conquest of England. (Doctor Who)


  • Zombie outbreak in Jerusalem, put down by local militia using tactics described in surviving Roman texts. Dr. Ibrahim Obeidallah conducts a case study, beginning the science of zombology. (The Zombie Survival Guide)


  • Edward and Edmund Canmore, two princes of Scotland, arrive in Alexandria with an army of two thousand men. Though their expedition began after a night of heavy drinking some months ago, they declare war on the Fatimid Caliphate and conquer the city, beginning the rise of the Scottish Empire. (A Scotsman in Egypt)


  • Mathias Cronqvist renounces God and becomes the vampire that will later change its name to Dracula. Leon Belmont swears his clan to devote their lives to combatting him; Vampire Killer whip created via alchemy and the soul of Leon's lover. (Castlevania: Lament of Innocence)


  • Crusaders reach Jerusalem. (Real Life) Ibrahim Obeidallah is beheaded for the crime of devil worship, and much of his work is lost or destroyed. (The Zombie Survival Guide)

11th century

  • Yuyuko Saigyouji, frightened of her power to incite death in others, commits suicide. Her body is used to seal the Saigyou Ayakashi, a cursed cherry tree, while her spirit reigns over the shrine Hakugyokurou in the netherworld. (Touhou)
  • Hoping to face Marcus Octavius, Colin joins the MacLeod clan, where he romances Deborah MacLeod. Colin falls in battle and is buried as a hero, but then revives and scares off most of his old comrades, who think he is a demon. Deborah and Gregor help him to escape, and he decides to keep the name MacLeod. (Highlander the Search For Vengeance)


  • The Minbari develop interstellar travel and discover the hyperspace gates network left behind by an unknown species. (Babylon 5)

1101 C.E. - 1400 C.E.


  • The Battle of Trent: English forces are defeated by the fairy army of John Uskglass, who carves out a Northern English kingdom that would last three centuries. (Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell)



  • Eric Njorl, a Viking, rides around and does a whole bunch of stuff that in no way relates to the English town of North Malden. (Monty Python's Flying Circus)


  • An evil djinn is trapped within a jewel by a Persian sorcerer. (Wishmaster)


  • The Kludden Tribe kills another three Slayers in quick succession. The fourth Slayer activated this year manages to escape. (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)



  • Alchemists create medal-based homunculi known as Greeed. Using the power of the Greeed's medals, a power-hungry king betrays his Greeed ally Ankh and seals him and the other Greeed away. (Kamen Rider OOO)
  • The English city of Nottinghame comes under martial law due to raids by the bandit chieftain Robbin of Locksley. (Robin Hood)


  • Peabody and Sherman sabotage an archery tournament between Robin Hood and the Sheriff of Nottingham, thereby securing England's supply of kippers. (Rocky and Bullwinkle)


  • Altaïr ibn La-Ahad, a disgraced assassin, works to redeem himself by killing nine men in various cities who are prolonging the Third Crusade. (Assassin's Creed I)
  • Peabody and Sherman help Richard the Lionheart overcome his fear of everything and win a single combat against Saladin. (Rocky and Bullwinkle)


  • Siege of Torquilstone; Baron Reginald Front-de-Bœuf is killed in the castle’s fall. Death of the Templar Brian de Bois-Guilbert and seizure of the Preceptory of Templestowe by the Crown. (Ivanhoe)


  • A sorceror in a village in the Koskov Valley becomes the embodiment of the demon Lohesh. Only three people survive his rampage. (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)

12th Century

  • An extraterrestrial probe arrives on the planet labeled Tosev 3. The Race is not impressed by the images of a shaggy, poorly-equipped knight, and launch their invasion fleet. It will arrive in eight hundred years, but it's not like much technological progress can happen in just a few centuries... (Worldwar)


  • Bill and Ted land their time traveling phone booth somewhere in Outer Mongolia, where they meet Genghis Khan and entice him into their time machine with a Twinkie so that they can bring him back to the year 1988. (Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure)


  • Birth of Jabba Desilijic Tiure, aka Jabba the Hutt. (Star Wars)


  • The Fifth Doctor and companions prevent the Master from preventing the creation of Magna Carta. (Doctor Who)


  • Altaïr Ibn-la Ahad, along with his wife Maria and son Darim travel to Mongolia to assassinate Genghis Khan. (Assassin's Creed Revelations)




  • Pope Gregory IX bans the Greek and Latin Necronomicons. (Cthulhu Mythos)



  • Yet another cycle in the Vorlon-Shadow-war begins, lasting until 1260. The alliance between Vorlons and Minbari is forged. The Shadows form a military base of operations on Narn, but eventually abandon it. G'quon becomes a religious leader on Narn. Babylon 4 is brought back in time by Valen and the Vorlons to serve as a military base of operations. The Shadows are defeated, and leave Z'ha'dum for 1000 years, but hide their ships and forces all through the galaxy, including the Sol system. Valen re-structures the Minbari caste society and writes the prophecy. (Babylon 5)
  • Death of Dark of the Moon. (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
  • Norman of Torn (né Richard Plantagenet, a.k.a. Roger de Conde) launches numerous raids on the city of London. (The Outlaw of Torn)



  • The Assassin stronghold of Masyaf is attacked by Mongol forces. The assassins' leader, Altaïr Ibn-la Ahad, orders all but a few assassins to abandon the fortress. Also sending away visiting guests and newly inducted assassins, brothers Niccolò and Maffeo Polo, he tasks them with spreading the order throughout the world, as well as hiding the five Memory Seals imprinted with his wisdom. After a final goodbye to his son, Darim, Altair seals himself, The Apple of Eden and final memory seal within the secret library beneath the fortress. (Assassin's Creed Revelations)



  • A meteorite from the Jeggorabax Cluster that feeds on fear lands in Lower Saxony. An entity is released from it. (The Sarah Jane Adventures)



  • The First Doctor and companions meet Marco Polo. (Doctor Who)

13th Century

  • Peabody and Sherman rescue Marco Polo from the cell where Kubla Khan is forcing him to make polo shirts for everyone in China. (Rocky and Bullwinkle)



  • November 18: Peabody and Sherman get William Tell to shoot an apple off his son's head, even though he's lost his glasses, by using an apple with a powerful magnet embedded in it. (Rocky and Bullwinkle)


  • Another Slayer is killed by Tatoul. Eliane Ward de Shaunde becomes the Slayer, but is soon killed following a battle with Tatoul. The infant Isabeau de Shaunde then becomes the Slayer. (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)


  • The Corporate Sector Authority, a free-enterprise fiefdom of the galaxy, is founded to free the Galactic Senate and corporate moneymakers from each other. (Star Wars)


  • November - Franciscan friar William of Baskerville and his novice Adso of Melk arrive to a Benedictine monastery in Northern Italy to find out the truth about the mysterious death of a monk. (The Name of the Rose)


  • Sir Daniel Fortesque rises from the dead to save Gallowmere from Zarok the Sorcerer. (Medievil)


  • The inhabitants of the English village of Ansby commence their conquest of the Wersgor Empire. (The Last Crusade)



1401 C.E. - 1500 C.E.


  • October 25 - An English army defeats a French army at the Battle of Agincourt. (Henry V and Real Life)


  • August 16 - The Jupiter Mining Corporation vessel Starbug appears briefly in deep space while testing a time machine. Nobody notices. (Red Dwarf)



  • Bill and Ted land their time machine in Orleans, France, as Joan of Arc is kneeling and praying. They take her to the year 1988 for their history report. If she'd mentioned her being a Slayer, the duo would probably have figured she was talking about the rock band. (Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure)


  • May 30: Joan of Arc, a Slayer (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) and mildly powerful Dark Other, is burned at the stake for using her magic to help France during the Hundred Years' War, in violation of the Treaty. (Night Watch)


  • Birth of the vampire Demitri Maximoff in Romania. (Darkstalkers)


  • October 26: Gilles de Rais executed for murdering hundreds of children in an attempt to become an Other. (Night Watch)


  • Prince Skantarios begins his reconquest of the Eastern Roman Empire. (I Am Skantarios)


  • Peabody and Sherman help Johannes Gutenberg meet the 5 o'clock deadline of his newspaper. (Rocky and Bullwinkle)



  • Pillar of Flesh designed by Roberto Bianchi for Abu Sa'id ibn Muhammad. Bianchi is sacrificed shortly after completing his survey of the foundations. (Eternal Darkness)


  • May: Birth of Esperanza de la Vega in Spain.


  • Founding of the Trade Federation. (Star Wars)


  • Claude Frollo, the Archdeacon of Notre Dame finds a deformed child and adopts him, giving him the name Quasimodo. (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)
  • A teenaged Leonardo da Vinci has his notebook stolen by Piero de' Medici, who plots to overthrow the Duke of Florence. With the help of his friends Lisa, "Mac" Machiavelli and Lorenzo de' Medici, he regains it and eventually foils Piero's conspiracy. (Leonardo)


  • Basileus Theodoros is killed by an Egyptian assassin after defending Constantinople from Turkish invaders. Skantarios becomes Emperor of Byzantium. (I Am Skantarios)


  • Trevor Belmont teams up with Grant DaNasty, Sypha Belnades and Alucard to defeat Dracula. (Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse)
  • Ezio Auditore's father and brothers are executed before his very eyes, accused of treason against Italy. Ezio vows revenge against the men who killed them, becoming an assassin in the process. (Assassin's Creed II)





  • August 22 - A Horse! A Horse! My Kingdom for a horse! - King Richard III of England and Henry Tudor have their final showdown at the Battle of Bosworth Field. (Richard III and Real Life)
  • 22 August - Victorious at Bosworth Field, King Richard III is slain in error by his misbegotten great-nephew Edmund[23]. His favourite nephew, Crown Prince Richard, Duke of York, is crowned Richard IV that same day. (The Black Adder)
  • Paul Luther investigates strange occurences at Amiens Cathedral and is killed. (Eternal Darkness)
  • Torquemada's secretary, the Dominican Olaus Wormius, translates a surviving Necronomicon manuscript into Latin. Wormius is burned at the stake, along with most of his copies. (Cthulhu Mythos)


  • Foundation of Brookfields School. (Goodbye, Mr. Chips)
  • Peabody and Sherman go along with Christopher Columbus on his first voyage of discovery. (Rocky and Bullwinkle)
  • October 12 - The Flintstones and Rubbles, traveling through time via a time machine at the Bedrock World's Fair, land on the Santa Maria and help Christopher Columbus discover America, then depart this era. (The Flintstones)


  • Peabody and Sherman help Lucrezia Borgia's second husband develop an immunity to every poison known to man (or Lucrezia). (Rocky and Bullwinkle)


  • In Florence, Italy, Demona acquires the Medici Tablet and evades a Hunter. (Gargoyles)


  • King Richard IV is poisoned along with his entire court. This leaves Henry Tudor free to take the crown and write his predecessor out of history. (The Black Adder)



  • Emperor Skantarios of the Eastern Roman Empire leads a campaign of destruction into the Egyptian heartland. Over the next three years Alexandria, Damietta, and Cairo are mercilessly sacked and their populations exterminated. The Byzantines depart laden with treasure, leaving behind empty shells of cities. (I Am Skantarios)
  • Ezio Auditore travels to Rome once again to defeat Cesare Borgia, son of Rodrigo and to liberate Rome from the corrupt influence of the Borgia. (Assassin's Creed Brotherhood)
  • Chaos gods Nurgle, Khorne, and Tzeentch awaken to full consciousness. (Warhammer 40000, Warhammer Fantasy)


  1. The Israelites are stated to have wandered the desert for 40 years, but this may not be literal; the Bible tends to use '40 years' to mean 'a really long time'. Still, it's the best we've got.
  2. Not the same one that married Omri
  3. Ezekiel 1:1 opens 'in the thirtieth year'. Since verse 1:2 places the events of this chapter in the fifth year of the captivity of king Jehoiachin, the reference to 30 years is presumably Ezekiel's age.
  4. Month is not given. Presumed to be Nisan, the first day of which in the 11th year of the Babylonian captivity corresponds to March 19 in the Gregorian calendar.
  5. Stated to occur in the fifth year of the Babylonian captivity. The date is given as the seventh day of the month, but the month is not stated, so presumably is Nisan. Nisan 7 corresponds to March 29, 581 BCE in the Gregorian calendar.
  6. The Bible places this in the first year of the reign of Darius II, son of Xerxes II. However, this would place the prophecy in 423 B.C.E., after the events it foretells have come to pass, and would make Daniel over 200 years old by then. Hence, we are assuming the author meant Darius I, son of Cambyses II, placing the prophecy in 522 B.C.E. This means Daniel is still old at this point, but less impossibly so.
  7. 1 a.t.b.
  8. (yes, two years after his death)
  9. Stated in the Gospel of Matthew to have occurred on Passover, which occurs on the 15th of Nisan in the Hebrew calendar. In 33 CE, Nisan 15th was April 2nd by the Gregorian calendar.
  10. The Deverrian year starts on November 1st, so some dates in it might be off by one.
  11. They cause the Vesuvius eruption in the process, killing thousands of citizens. However, they rescue Caecilius and his family.
  12. Jacob becomes the protector of the Island and its source. The Man in Black attempts to take this power, but is transformed into a monster. Earlier, their adopted mother gives the now immortal rivals a "loophole" that prevents the two from killing each other.
  13. An alliance of the Doctor's enemies trap him inside the box to avert the cracks in time. The Doctor escapes thanks to his future self, and places Only Mostly Dead Amy and his screwdriver inside it, to be reawakened in the 1990s. A Nestene duplicate of Rory begins to guard the Pandorica.
  14. Namekians reproduce asexually by coughing up an egg, although it harshly ages them
  15. According to the Dragon Ball Daizenshuu (via Dragon Ball Wiki), the unknown Namekian splits into Kami and Piccolo in 461. The Black Star Dragon Balls are stated by Pilaf to have been created before the split (which is why they still work even after Kami and Piccolo merge in the Cell saga)
  16. Ostensibly Non Serial Movie, but canon to the anime series thanks to the Filler Arc between Frieza and Cell.
  17. by the calendar on the wall, even though they set the Wayback Machine for "the 6th century"
  18. by Frieza out of fear
  19. Ostensibly Non-Serial Movie, but canon to the anime series thanks to the Filler Arc between Frieza and Cell.
  20. Demona fails to change her destiny, but David Xanatos sends a coin to his future self that sets up his fortune.
  21. A time-traveling Archmage saves his past self and takes him to the future.
  22. really an alien made of energy that feeds on fear
  23. who would go on to style himself as 'The Black Adder'
  24. Said leader is Rodrigo Borgia, also known as Pope Alexander VI. Ezio defeats him, but lets him live.
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