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Timeline of Korean history - Wikipedia

Prehistory. 500th millennium BC: Beginning of the Paleolithic period. 8th millennium BC: Beginning of the Mesolithic Jeulmun pottery period. 4200-2000 BC: Appearance ... Continue Reading

South Korea Timeline | TIME For Kids

Travel through our timeline of major events in South Korea's history. ... Continue Reading

History of Korea - Wikipedia

The earliest known Korean pottery dates back to around 8000 BC, and evidence of Mesolithic Pit-Comb Ware culture or Yungimun Pottery is found throughout the peninsula. Continue Reading

Korea: History of Korea: Dynastic Period

History of Korea: Korean Dynasties. The History of Korean Dynasties extends as far back as 2,333 BC, when legend has it that the Gojoseon Dynasty was founded by ... Continue Reading

North Korea map and history: Timeline from WW2 to Kim Jong ...

North Korea history: Timeline from WW2 to Kim Jong-un NORTH KOREA has threatened to “react to any mode of war desired by the US” as tensions grow between Kim Jong ... Continue Reading

The History Place

Informative website focussing on American history from the Colonial period to present-day. Many on-line exhibits include timelines, photographs and famous speeches. Continue Reading

American History Timeline: 1780-2015 - Animated Atlas

This timeline shows American history from 1780 to 2015, with parallel developments in geography, presidents, society, Native American, world, technology, and culture. Continue Reading

U.S. Timeline 2000-2009 - America's Best History

America's Best History - United States History Timeline 2000-2009. The War on Terrorism. Most important historical events of each year of the decade of the 2000's listed. Continue Reading

History | About Us | Aramark

See the history of Aramark, once known as ARA: From its founders Davre Davidson & William Fishman to leaders Joseph Neubauer & Eric Foss to its many acquisitions. Continue Reading

Timeline of Chinese History and Dynasties | Asia for ...

One of the Three Dynasties, or San Dai (Xia, Shang, and Zhou), thought to mark the beginning of Chinese civilization: characterized by its writing system, practice of ... Continue Reading