List of timelines

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This is a list of timelines currently on Wikipedia.

Overview[edit]

There are several types of timeline articles.

  • Historical timelines show the significant historical events and developments for a specific topic, over the course of centuries or millennia.
  • Graphical timelines provide a visual representation for the timespan of multiple events that have a particular duration, over the course of centuries or millennia.
  • Timelines by year are timelines for one particular year that show the developments for that year within the topical area of that timeline.
  • Lists of years or Tables of years are indexes that list all of the individual timelines by year that pertain to a specific topic.

Timespans next to the timeline articles listed here include the date of the earliest item included in the linked timeline article.

Types[edit]

General[edit]

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History[edit]

Timeline of world economy
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Mesolithic
Neolithic
Bronze Age
Iron Age
Classical Antiquity
Middle Ages
Early Modern Era
Industrial Revolution
20th Century

Women in history

Arts[edit]

Biographical[edit]

Contemporary culture[edit]

Entertainment[edit]

Crime[edit]

Disasters[edit]

Economics[edit]

Environment[edit]

Fictional[edit]

The following is a list of fictional timelines.

Peoples, nations, cultures and geographical[edit]

Ancient civilizations[edit]

Extant civilizations[edit]

Supranational entities and regions, peoples[edit]

Sovereign states[edit]

Subnational regions and cities, narrow timelines[edit]

Health[edit]

Law[edit]

Military[edit]

Military conflicts[edit]

Philosophy[edit]

Politics[edit]

Religion[edit]

Ayyavazhi[edit]

Buddhism[edit]

Christianity[edit]

Islam[edit]

Jainism[edit]

Judaism[edit]

Sikhism[edit]

Science[edit]

A graphical view of the Cosmic Calendar, featuring the months of the year, days of December, and the final minute.

The Cosmic Calendar is a method to visualize the chronology of the universe, scaling its current age of 13.8 billion years to a single year in order to help intuit it for pedagogical purposes in science education or popular science.

  • Timeline of scientific discoveries (17th century BCE – present)
  • Timeline of scientific experiments (240 BCE – present)
  • Timeline of scientific thought (3000 BCE – present)
  • Timeline of the history of scientific method (2000 BCE – 2009 CE)
  • Timeline of science and engineering in the Islamic world (610 CE – present)
  • Timeline of Polish science and technology (1251 – present)
  • Timeline of dendrochronology timestamp events (~10,000 BCE–present)
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    Astronautics and planetary science[edit]

    Astronomy, astrophysics, and cosmology[edit]

    Biology[edit]

    Chemistry[edit]

    Environmental sciences[edit]

    Meteorology

    Geology and paleontology[edit]

    Mathematics and statistics[edit]

    Physiology, medicine, and health[edit]

    Physics[edit]

    Psychology[edit]

    Sports[edit]

    Technology[edit]

    Communication and information media[edit]

    Computers and related technology[edit]

    Everyday necessities[edit]

    Light and optical instruments[edit]

    Measurement[edit]

    General mechanical engineering[edit]

    Transportation and space exploration[edit]

    Miscellanea[edit]

    Terrorism[edit]

    See also[edit]

    External links[edit]