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1. Cheops(Khufu), Pharaoh of Egypt (2700 – 2675 BC) KhufuHe is the ancient Egyptian pharaoh, who ruled during the Fourth Dynasty in the first half of the Old Kingdom period. Khufu is generally accepted as having commissioned the Great Pyramid of Giza, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World



abraham2. Abraham (2100 BC) In Judaism he is the founding father of the Covenant, the special relationship between the Jewish people and God; in Christianity, he is the prototype of all believers, Jewish or Gentile. Abraham is called by God to leave the house of his father Terah and settle in the land originally given to Canaan, but which God now promises to Abraham and his progeny



hammurabi3. Hammurabi (1750 BC) He was the sixth king of the First Babylonian Dynasty. Hammurabi is known for the Code of Hammurabi, one of the earliest surviving codes of law. Hammurabi was an Amorite First Dynasty king in Babylon. Amorites were an ancient Semetic-speaking people.




Hatchepsut24. Queen Hatshpsut of Egypt (1480 BC) Hatchepsut means Foremost of Noble Ladies. She was the second female pharaoh. Her husband died early and her son was too young to rule. So she became an assistant ruler for her son but eventually became full-fledged ruler. Her statue was erased in an effort to remove woman pharaoh in history. She extended Egyptain trade and oversaw ambitious building projects. She built the temple Djeser-Djeseru. Basically, she ruled very well.



5. Moses (1450 BC) 6. Tutankhamen (1355 BC) 7. Nebuchadnezzar (1146 – 1123 BC) King David (1000 BC) Homer (800 BC) Romulus (753 – 716 BC) Sennacherib (705 – 681 BC) Lao-tse (604 BC) Pythagoras (581 – 497 BC) Confucius (551 – 479 BC) Budha (Siddhartha Gautama (550 – 480 BC) Socrates (470 – 399 BC) Plato (427 – 347 BC) Aristotle (384 – 322 BC) Alexander the Great (356 – 323 BC) Hannibal (fought with Rome 218 – 207 BC) Cicero (106 – 43 BC) Julius Caesar (100 – 44 BC) Virgil (70 – 19 BC) Cesar Augustus (45 BC – AD 14) Jesus Christ (4BC – AD 33) Saint Paul (AD 45) Nero (died AD 68) Constantine the Great (AD 306 – 337)