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The Library of Universal History; containing a record of the human race from the earliest historical period to the present time, embracing a general survey of the progress of mankind in national and social life, civil government, religion, literature, science and art. by Israel Smith Clare, New York, R.S. Peale, J.A. Hill, 1897.

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Maps of the history of Europe
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Weichselian ice age (c. 113,000–9700) · Neolithic expansion (c. 7000–4500) · Middle Neolithic (c. 4500–4000) · Late Neolithic (c. 4000–3000) · Copper Age – Corded Ware culture (c. 2900–2350) · Copper Age – Bellbeaker culture (c. 2800–1800) · Early Bronze Age – Unetice culture (c. 2300–1600) · Late Bronze Age – Urnfield culture (c. 1300—750) · Migrations (c. 1000–100) · Hallstatt & La Tène cultures (c. 800–100) · Roman Republic (510–40) · 220 · 218 · 200 · 201–100 · 58 · 49 · 39 · 30 BCE–6 CE


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14 · 14–37 · 60 · 60 · 69 · 80 · Migrations 100–500 · 117 · 117 · 125 · Migrations 150–774 · Economy 180 · 271 · 293–305 · Christianisation 300–800 · 337 · 395 · c. 395 · 400 · 400 · 450 · 457–61 · 476 · 480 · Franks 481–814 · Early Slavs 500–700 · 500 · 526 · 526–600 · c. 550 · 650 · 650 · 665 · 800 · Vikings 800–1050 · 814 · 843–70 · 850 · 900 · 912 · 998 · 1000 · 1054 · 1092 · First Crusade 1095–99 · 1097 · 1135 · 1142 · 1147–49 · 1190 · 1190 · 1250 · c. 1250 · 1328 · 1345 · Black Plague 1347–51 · 1360 · 1400 · Trade routes c. 1400 · 1430 · 1470 · 1490 · 1492 · 1500 · 1519 · 1550 · 1560 · Religion 1560 · 1600 · Religion 1600 · Religion 1618 · 1618–48 · 1648 · 1683 · 1700 · 1701 · 1708 · 1714 · 1721 · 1725–30 · 1739–1740 · 1740 · 1748–66 · 1783–1792 · 1787 · 1787 · 1789 · 1799 · 1812 · 1812 · 1812 · 1812 · 1813 · 1815 · 1815 · 1815 · 1818 · Ottoman Empire 1830–1923 · 1848–49 · 1861 · 1867 · 1871 · 1878 · 1890 · 1905 · 1911 · 1914 · 1914 · 1919 · 1919–29 · 1923 · 1929 · 1930 · 1940 · 1941–42 · 1942–45 · Cold War 1947–91 · 1950 · 1993–2006 · 2006 to date

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