TIMELINE OF WORLD HISTORY
 

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  Gustave Dore

EDGAR POE "The Raven"

THE OLD TESTAMENT - 1 - 2 - 3

THE NEW TESTAMENT

The History of the Crusades  - 1 - 2

DANTE ALIGHIERI "The Divine Comedy" - 1 - 2

MILTON "Paradise Lost" - 1 - 2

ARIOSTO "Orlando Furioso" - 1 - 2 - 3

RABELAIS "Gargantua and Pantagruel" - 1 - 2

CERVANTES "Don Quixote" - 1 - 2

TENNYSON "Idylls of the King"

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Gustave Dore
 
 
 

THE OLD TESTAMENT

 


The Creation of Light

The 
Formation of Eve

Adam 
and Eve Driven out of Eden

Cain and Abel Offering Their Sacrifices

The Death of Abel

The World Destroyed by Water

The Deluge

The Dove Sent Forth from the Ark

Noah Cursing Canaan

The Confusion of Tongues

Abraham Journeying into the Land of Canaan

Abraham and the Three Angels

The Flight of Lot

The Expulsion of Ishmael and His Mother

Hagar and Ismael in the Wilderness

The Trial of Abraham's Faith

The Burial of Sarah

Eliezer and Rebekah

The Meeting of Isaac and Rebekah

Isaac Blessing Jacob

Jacob's Dream

Jacob Keeping Laban's Flocks

The 
Prayer of Jacob

Jacob Wrestling with the Angel


The Meeting of Jacob and Esau

 

Joseph Sold by His Brethren

Joseph Interpreting Pharaoh's Dream

Joseph Makes Himself Known to His Brethren

Jacob Goeth into Egypt

The Child Moses on the Nile

The Finding of Moses

Moses and Aaron Before Pharaoh

The Murrain of Beasts

The Plague of Darkness

The Firstborn Slain

The Egyptians Urge Moses to Depart

The Egyptians Drowned in the Red Sea

Moses Striking the Rock in Horeb

The Giving of the Law Upon Mount Sinai

Moses Coming Down from Mount Sinai

Moses Breaking the Tables of the Law

Return of the Spies from the Land of Promise

Death of Korah, Dathan, and Abiram

The Brazen Serpent


The Angel Appearing to Balaam


The Children of Israel Crossing Jordan

The Angel Appearing to Joshua

The Walls of Jericho Falling Down

Joshua Spares Rahab

The Stoning of Acan
 
 
 

 
 
 
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