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HTTA Timeline Figures Correlated with SOTW 1

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I've just finished compiling this list, and I remembe that there have been a few people asking whether there was such a list so I thought I'd share. The chapter numbers in the list are chapters in Vol 1 of Story of the World, and the bulleted items are the titles of timeline figures from the History Through The Ages set from Amy Pac. I've just picked out the ones that I saw mentioned in the text, except I think I might've stuck in a few extra Egyptian dynasties because leaving gaps in the numbers bugged me. Let me know if there are some I missed.

 

 

 

 

HTTA Timeline Figures for SOTW Vol. 1

 

 

Introduction

  • [None]

Chapter 1

  • [None]

Chapter 2

  • Menes
  • Egyptian Civilization Begins
  • 1st and 2nd Egyptian Dynasties

Chapter 3

  • Sumerian Civilization Begins,
  • Sumerian cuneiform

Chapter 4

  • 3rd and 4th dynasties (Old Kingdom)
  • 5th and 6th dynasties (Old Kingdom)
  • Cheops (Khufu)

Chapter 5

  • Akkadian Civilization

Chapter 6

  • Sumerian Royal Standard of Ur
  • Abraham and Sarah
  • Canaanites Settle Canaan
  • Isaac
  • Jacob and Esau (Note: Only Jacob is mentioned in the text.)
  • Joseph

Chapter 7

  • Hammurabi

Chapter 8

  • Assyrian civilization
  • The Epic of Gilgamesh

Chapter 9

  • [None]

Chapter 10

  • Shang Dynasty

Chapter 11

  • [None]

Chapter 12

  • 7th and 8th Egyptian Dynasties
  • 9th, 10th, and 11th Egyptian Dynasties
  • 11th and 12th Egyptian Dynasties
  • 13th Egyptian Dynasty
  • Hyksos Invasion & Influence

Chapter 13

  • 14th and 15th Egyptian Dynasties
  • 16th Egyptian Dynasty
  • 17th Egyptian Dynasty
  • 18th Egyptian Dynasty
  • Queen Hatshepsut
  • Amenhotep IV
  • Tutankhamen

Chapter 14

  • Moses and the Exodus

Chapter 15

  • The Phoenician Civilization

Chapter 16

  • King Ashurbanipal

Chapter 17

  • King Nebuchadnezzar
  • The Hanging Gardens of Babylon
  • The Destruction of Nineveh

Chapter 18

  • Minoan Civilization

Chapter 19

  • Mycenaean Civilization
  • The Philistines
  • Dorians and Ionians Begin To Settle In Greece

Chapter 20

  • Greek Language Gains an Alphabet
  • Homer
  • The Olympic Games

Chapter 21

  • Cyrus’ Proclamation

Chapter 22

  • The Rise of Athens and Sparta
  • Plato

Chapter 23

  • [None]

Chapter 24

  • Battle of Marathon
  • Parthenon
  • Peloponnesian War
  • Alcibiades

Chapter 25

  • Philip II of Macedonia
  • Alexander III
  • The Split of Alexander’s Empire
  • The Pharos (Lighthouse) Of Alexandria

Chapter 26

  • The Olmecs
  • The Ancient Native Americans

Chapter 27

  • The City of Rome (Romulus and Remus)
  • The Etruscans
  • Roman Republic

Chapter 28

  • [None]

Chapter 29

  • The Punic Wars
  • Hannibal
  • Scipio Africanus

Chapter 30

  • Ancient India and Hinduism
  • Buddha

Chapter 31

  • Emperor Asoka of India

Chapter 32

  • Ancient China
  • The Qin Dynasty
  • The Great Wall of China

Chapter 33

  • Confucius

Chapter 34

  • Gaius Julius Caesar
  • First Triumvirate
  • Lucius Quinctius Cincinnatus

Chapter 35

  • Gallic Wars
  • Pompey the Great
  • Cleopatra

Chapter 36

  • Augustus Caesar
  • Roman Empire

Chapter 37

  • Birth of Jesus the Christ
  • Jesus, His Teachings And Miracles
  • Crucifixion of Jesus
  • The Resurrection of Jesus

Chapter 38

  • The Destruction of Jerusalem

Chapter 39

  • Persecution of the Early Church
  • Nero
  • Constantine I

Chapter 40

  • Boadicea
  • Diocletian

Chapter 41

  • Attila The Hun
  • Stilicho
  • Alaric

Chapter 42

  • The Fall of the Western Roman Empire
  • The Byzantine Empire Begins

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I also made a list of additional timeline figures I want to make myself and add in because these things/people/events are also mentioned in the text. I'll add that here in case it will save someone else some work:

 

Chapter 1

 

  • Nomads
  • Jericho

Chapter 4

 

  • Great Pyramid
  • Sphinx

Chapter 5

 

  • Sargon

Chapter 7

 

  • Babylonian Civilization Begins

Chapter 8

 

  • Shamshi-Adad

Chapter 9

 

  • Indus Valley Civilization
  • Mohenjo-Daro

Chapter 10

 

  • Huang Di

Chapter 11

 

  • Climate Change In The Sahara

Chapter 13

 

  • Thutmose I

Chapter 15

 

  • Founding of Carthage

Chapter 20

 

  • The Odyssey, by Homer

Chapter 21

 

  • The Persian Empire

Chapter 26

 

  • The Nazca

Chapter 28

 

  • The Roman Aqueducts
  • The Appian Way

Chapter 30

 

  • The Aryan People Come To India

Chapter 31

 

  • The Mauryan Empire

Chapter 40

 

  • Roman Empire Divided
  • Diocletian

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Thank you for putting that together! I have these sitting on my shelf...wasn't quite sure what to do with them. This is very helpful!

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Amy, it was so nice of you to take the time to post this :). I am looking at getting the HTTA collection CD this coming school year and I am looking at adding SOTW 1 to our studies so your list will be very useful. Glad I stumbled on your thread. Saving this for future reference.

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Oh, wow! Thank you so much! We won't do ancients for another year, but I am definitely saving this.

 

I wish there was a special place in the forums to list stuff like this. I would have never known you posted this if I hadn't happened to check in today.

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You're welcome. I've seen several people here (including me) asking about this before, and I figured maybe I could help save some people the trouble. :)

 

Regarding volume 2...lol...maybe next year. ;)

 

I did see a list for volume three here.

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You're welcome. I've seen several people here (including me) asking about this before, and I figured maybe I could help save some people the trouble. :)

 

Regarding volume 2...lol...maybe next year. ;)

 

I did see a list for volume three here.

 

Cool! Thank you for Vol 3. I will be keeping an eye out for your Vol 2 list next year ;).

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This list is awesome! Can I make a PDF of it, give you credit with a link to this post and put it on my blog?

 

Last week I put together my figures for volume two...I'll see if I can turn it into a comprehensible list.

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I took Mamasheep's awesome list a step further and added page numbers to location of the figures on the CDs. Here is HER list, with added page numbers. I turned it into a PDF and uploaded it here.

 

Cool! Thank you. This corresponds to the collection CD's then? I just saved it and am following your blog to remember to check it out and see what other goodies you have on there ;).

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Cool! Thank you. This corresponds to the collection CD's then?

 

Yep- the list gives you collection title and page number from the CD's menu.

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Yep- the list gives you collection title and page number from the CD's menu.

 

Sweet! Thank you to both of you for doing this :D.

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This list is awesome! Can I make a PDF of it, give you credit with a link to this post and put it on my blog?

 

Last week I put together my figures for volume two...I'll see if I can turn it into a comprehensible list.

 

Yes, absolutely. :)

 

I took Mamasheep's awesome list a step further and added page numbers to location of the figures on the CDs. Here is HER list, with added page numbers. I turned it into a PDF and uploaded it here.

 

I'm glad you didn't wait around for my permission, my monitor died and I haven't been around much. This is awesome! I was using the alphabetical list from disk 2 and putting my own pages together so I wouldn't wind up printing lots of figures we wouldn't use. I'm sure the page numbers will be useful for lots of people, though, good thinking. :)

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Yes, absolutely. :)

 

 

 

I'm glad you didn't wait around for my permission, my monitor died and I haven't been around much. This is awesome! I was using the alphabetical list from disk 2 and putting my own pages together so I wouldn't wind up printing lots of figures we wouldn't use. I'm sure the page numbers will be useful for lots of people, though, good thinking. :)

 

Glad you didn't mind! Figured I could take it down if you did. I was on a roll and wanted to get them up!

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Just bumping this up.. I know it's an old post but it's brilliant.. well worth "dusting off".. 4evercanucks linked to it in a recent post and I'm sure there will be lots of people who would be interested to see it. :001_smile:

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Just bumping this up.. I know it's an old post but it's brilliant.. well worth "dusting off".. 4evercanucks linked to it in a recent post and I'm sure there will be lots of people who would be interested to see it. :001_smile:

 

Glad you bumped this :).

 

I'm not familiar with the HTTA Timeline Figures. What does HTTA stand for?

 

I see Hedgehog has already replied but here's a link to their site also, if it helps:

 

http://www.homeschoolinthewoods.com/HTTA/timeline.htm

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Hi, I am getting ready to start MOH 1 in the fall. I was wondering if it was worth it to buy the CD of timeline figures or just go with the pre-printed set (which you can copy for your own family)? Are there any benefits to the CD other than being able to re-print them? The pre-printed sets are less $ now, but I don't want to regret not having spent the $ on the CD later! Thanks!

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