List of timelines


This is a list of timelines currently on Wikipedia.

Overview


There are several types of timeline articles.

  • Historical timelines show the significant historical events and developments for a specific topic, over the course of centuries or millennia.
  • Graphical timelines provide a visual representation for the timespan of multiple events that have a particular duration, over the course of centuries or millennia.
  • Timelines by year are timelines for one particular year that show the developments for that year within the topical area of that timeline.
  • Lists of years or Tables of years are indexes that list all of the individual timelines by year that pertain to a specific topic.

Timespans next to the timeline articles listed here include the date of the earliest item included in the linked timeline article.

Types


General


History

Women in history

Arts


Biographical


Contemporary culture


Entertainment

Crime


Disasters


Economics


Environment


Fictional


The following is a list of fictional timelines.

Peoples, nations, cultures and geographical


Ancient civilizations

Extant civilizations

Supranational entities and regions, peoples
Sovereign states
Subnational regions and cities, narrow timelines

Health


Law


Military


Military conflicts

Philosophy


Politics


Religion


Ayyavazhi

Buddhism

Christianity

Islam

Jainism

Judaism

Sikhism

Science


A graphical view of the Cosmic Calendar, featuring the months of the year, days of December, and the final minute.

The Cosmic Calendar is a method to visualize the chronology of the universe, scaling its current age of 13.8 billion years to a single year in order to help intuit it for pedagogical purposes in science education or popular science.

Anthropology

Astronautics and planetary science

Astronomy, astrophysics, and cosmology

Biology

Chemistry

Environmental sciences

Meteorology

Geology and paleontology

Mathematics and statistics

Physiology, medicine, and health

Physics

Psychology

Sports


Technology


Communication and information media

Computers and related technology

Everyday necessities

Light and optical instruments

Measurement

General mechanical engineering

Transportation and space exploration

Miscellanea

Terrorism


See also