Ancient History Timeline
(as proposed by Alternative Archeology)
Updated August 6, 2017 with several New Zealand, Easter Island and Hawaii entries.
1798 CE – Napoleon takes over Malta
1530 CE – the Knights of Malta are created
1521 CE – The Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan falls to Hernan Cortez.
1500 CE – Australian and Chinese explorers report a devastating meteor strike near New Zealand. The impact causes tremendous fires and tsunamis.
1240 CE – Tahiti people arrive in Hawaii and enslave the local Menehune. This is the mainstream date for when people first arrived in Hawaii, and FALSE.
1194 CE – Malta becomes part of the Norman Empire
1173 CE – July, green children report from East Anglia, England, verified through official documents by Duncan Lunan
1000 CE – Toltec king named Quetzalcoatl born in Tepotzlan, confusing older accounts
870 CE – Malta becomes part of the Muslim Empire
790 CE – Arab Al-Rashid finances three expeditions to the bottom of the world, including Antarctica and New Zealand, the adventures of renowned Captain Abhara are fictionalized in the story of Sinbad and the Seven Voyages
535 CE – Malta becomes part of the Byzantine Empire
300 CE – a group of exiled Celts sails to New Zealand, leaving standing stones and megalithic structures
292 CE – dating of inscription at Tikal, Mexico
200 CE – Redheaded, Peruvian Hotu people arrive in New Zealand.
200 – 0 CE – official dating of Giant tombs in Sardina, debatable
200 – 0 CE – dating of elongated skull from Tiwanaku, Bolivia. This is debatable because near the site where this was discovered we have a buried pyramid whose top point is still 10 meters below the surface.
156 CE to 5100 BCE – dating of Moa bones found near Lake Poukawa, New Zealand. These bones are found between two layers of volcanic ash.
60 CE – Biblical Paul is shipwrecked on Malta
0 CE – People first inhabit Hawaii. (also see 200 BCE)
??? BCE – strange statues at La Democracia, Guatemala, some are shown in Buddhist poses, others are wearing spectacles or sunglasses
31 BCE – oldest long count calendar found at Tres Zapotes, Mexico, pre-Mayan
36 to 942 BCE – controversial long count calendar at Chiapa De Corzo, Mexico
180 BCE – the Greeks sail to New Zealand, leaving coins, also we have Ptolemy’s Map showing Australia and New Zealand
200 BCE – King Nu’u is credited with being the founder of Hawaii. This matches the genealogy of King Nu’u and the DNA of Eastern Polynesian.
218 BCE – Malta falls to Rome during Second Punic War
231 BCE – The ‘god’ Maui discovers New Zealand. Maui claims Chile for the queen of Egypt on Aug. 5. Maui was commissioned to explore foreign lands by Erastothenes, during the reign of Ptolemy the 3rd.
240 BCE – the Mauryans sail to New Zealand, leaving new species of rats
255 BCE – Rome invades Malta during First Punic War
400 BCE – dating of Greek artifacts, architecture on Malta
500 BCE – mainstream dating for Monte Alban, Oaxaca, Mexico, home of the pre-Maya Zapotecs, FALSE
500 BCE – oldest sample of Zapotec writing, Mexico
500 to 2500 BCE – dating of artifacts in Guatemala City Museum, some of these could be pre-Olmec, artifact shapes include psilocybin mushrooms, Buddha postures and faces with spectacles or shades
600 BCE – Malta falls to Carthage
650 BCE – oldest sample of Olmec writing, Mexico
666 BCE – the Phoenicians reach New Zealand and leave artifacts
800 – 1400 BCE – mainstream dating of Dwarka, India, FALSE
800 – 2200 BCE – Phoenicians begin to colonize Malta, date uncertain
1000 to 4400 BCE – dating of artifacts depicting dinosaurs from Acambaro, Mexico, thermoluminus dating places the artifacts at 2500 BCE
1300 to 1500 BCE – dating of sturdy, sea worthy Minoan boats
1350 to 1367 BCE – reign of Egyptian pharaoh Ahkenaten
1500 BCE – mainstream dating for Aryan invasion and Vedic influence into India, Vedic part, FALSE
1500 BCE – mainstream dating for the India Vedas, FALSE
1500 BCE – Aryans migrate out of India, much later ending up in New Zealand. This forced migration by dark-skinned people is recorded in the Mahabharata.
1500 BCE – Redheaded Peruvian Hotu Matua discovers Easter Island.
1500 BCE – DNA links ancient New Zealanders to the European Celts.
1500 – 1800 BCE – dating of Olmec giant head sculptures in Mexico
1500 – 2000 BCE – Quetzalcoatl and Mayan calendar appear in Olmec culture
1570 – 1610 BCE – dating of first Hyksos expulsion from Egypt, according to Ralph Ellis, note how Quetzalcoatl and the Olmec appear in Yucatan around this time
1600 BCE – dating of wheeled toy in La Venta, Mexico, Olmec origin, shows the use of the wheel in ancient Americas
1842 BCE – dating of Old Testament Joseph on Egyptian hieroglyphics stele
2000 BCE – Hugh Newman’s date for emergence of Olmec culture
2000 – 2500 BCE – Akkadian Empire, Mesopotamia
2000 – 3000 BCE – oldest Mexican pyramid, round in shape, at Cuilcuilco
2200 BCE – Dating of European skulls, from Waipoua Forest, New Zealand. This site is restricted from further study until 2063.
2400 – 3600 BCE – Scipi of Melqart created on Malta
2500 BCE – Bronze Age begins
2500 BCE – dating of Giza boat, Egypt, this was a nearly ocean worthy vessel
2500 BCE – temple building period ends in Malta, advanced civilization vanishes
2700 BCE – dating of image of Manu sitting in advanced yoga position, Mohenjo Daro, India
2800 BCE – dating of Giant tomb found in Brewer Cave, Utah, United States, The male was 9 feet tall with red hair. The female was 7.5 feet tall and blonde.
3000 BCE – Rann Of Kutch, Indus Valley, India
3000 BCE – dating of cooking pit found on Rarotonga Island, New Zealand
3000 – 5000 BCE – expansion period for China’s Hemudu people
3114 BCE – beginning of 13 Baktun calendar, Mexico, Clark’s interpretation differs slightly, putting it at August 11, 3113 (this calendar ended on 12/21/12)
3200 BCE – Gerald Clark traces the Olmec to the Niger River Valley, West Africa
3300 BCE – dating of first known calendar, the Sumerian Star Chart
3600 BCE – temple building period begins in Malta
4000 BCE – Saraswati River, described in Vedas, loses prominence
4000 BCE – Black haired, Polynesian people expand across the Pacific, coming from places such as the Americas, Asia and Australia.
4000 BCE – dating of Chinese (Hemudu?) wood carving and other artwork in New Zealand
4000 BCE – The Chinese (Hemudu?) prize the Nephrite stone and make many artifacts from it. Later, similar artifacts are found among the Haida people of Alaska and the Maori of New Zealand.
??? BCE – Vedic verses describe the break-up of glaciers
5000 BCE – true dating of Indian dialects, possibly including Vedas
5000 BCE – mainstream dating of volcanic forts, Anatolia, Turkey
5000 BCE – dating of wooden ship beam found on a New Zealand beach, the ship may have been 400 feet long and come from the Chinese Hemudu people
5000 BCE – possible dating of stone fish ponds, now underwater, built by the Menehune people of Hawaii
5200 BCE – Neolithic people arrive on Malta, likely fishermen and hunters from Sicily
7000 BCE – dating of city of Catal Huyuk, Turkey
7500 BCE – dating of artifacts found in Bay of Cambay, India
8000 BCE – dating of Tamil Samgan flood myth, India
8000 to 10,000 BCE – potential dating of Giant tombs in Sardinia, based on when underwater tombs would have been on dry land, according to Klaus Dona
9500 BCE – Debatable dating of Nefertiti tomb, Turkey, by Carmen Boulter. This places archetypes of Akhenaton and Nefertiti in Atlantis instead of Egypt.
9500 BCE – date of Great Flood, as described in Tamil Samgan flood myth
9600 BCE – Plato’s destruction of Atlantis
10,000 BCE – dating of Gobekli Tepe, Turkey
10,000 BCE – possible dating of Egyptian Sphinx, by Robert Schoch
10,000 BCE – Graham Hancock’s estimate of when India’s ancient coasts became flooded
10,000 BCE – east Asian people begin to repopulate the Americas
10,500 BCE – Duncan Lunan’s estimate of alien contact on Earth
11,000 BCE – a comet may have struck the Alaskan ice shield, rousing up so much dust that witnesses claimed the sky and earth were the same color
11,500 BCE – Ice Age
22,000 BCE – Dating of Aratta civilization, Ukraine, which includes references to Inanna and other Sumerian mythology
23,000 BCE – year of the Big Ice Age
30,000 – 60,000 – Dating of Manuka tree in New Zealand. This tree shows evidence of tool cutting and was buried next to a lava vent.
50,000 – 70,000 BCE – Early Australian Aborigines migrate to New Zealand.
68,000 BCE – Proto-Aborigines migrate out of Australia and expand across Earth.
72,000 BCE – Toba Volcano erupts and causes worldwide calamity.
120,000 BCE – pygmies migrate out of South Africa
400,000 to 420,000 BCE – construction of city of Ur, Sumeria
500,000 BCE – dating of OOPART Coso Mountain Spark Plug
1.75 million BCE – according to the Ramayana, Rama built Rama’s Bridge at this time, connecting the south of India to Sri Lanka
50 to 60 million BCE – dating of fossilized handprint, location unknown
65 million BCE – dating of iron cup found in coal mine, United States
68 million BCE – dating of Giant petrified skull found in coal mine, location unknown
100 million BCE – dating of fossilized footstep, next to dinosaur prints, from Palaxi River, Texas, United States
120 to 140 million BCE – dating of fossilized hand and foot on stone, from Via De Leyva, Colombia
150 to 400 million BCE – dating of OOPART Iron Hammer, London, US
250 million BCE – dating of human footstep with crushed trilobite in it, location unknown
300 million BCE – dating of OOPART West Virginia Brass Bell
300 million BCE – dating of adult, very small human skulls found in Morocco
2.8 billion BCE – dating of OOPART Grooved Spheres, South Africa