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Kirsten in Ilinois of the Well-Trained Mind boards compiled this table to line up SOTW-1 (Story of the World Vol. 1) with MOH (Mystery of History). The titles in italics are from SOTW-1. Thank you, Kirsten, for letting me post it here.

SOTW1
Chapter
MOH
Chapter
Date Title
      Quarter 1: The Mystery Begins: Creation to 1199 B.C.
0.1     Introduction
0.2     How Do We Know What Happened?
0.3     What is History?
0.4     What is Archaeology?
  1 c. 6000 - 4000 BC Lesson 1: Creation p 6
  2 c. 6000 - 4000 BC Lesson 2: Adam and Eve p 8
1   6000 BC The Earliest People
1   6000 BC The First Nomads
1   6000 BC The First Nomads Become Farmers
  3 c. 5000 BC Lesson 3: Jubal and Tubal-Cain p 10
  4 c. 4000 - 3500 BC Lesson 4: Noah and the Flood p 17
  5 c. 3500 - 2500 BC Lesson 5: The Ice Age p 19
  6   Lesson 6: Dinosaurs (Created on 5th and 6th Days) p 21
11   3500 BC Ancient Africa
11   3500 BC Ancient Peoples of West Africa
11   3500 BC Anansi and Turtle
11   3500 BC Anansi and the Make-Believe Food
2   3000 BC Egyptians Lived on the Nile River
2   3000 BC Two Kingdoms Become One
2   3000 BC Gods of Ancient Egypt
3   3200 BC The First Writing
  7 c. 3500 - 2500 BC Lesson 7: The Sumerians p 27
5   2335 BC The First Sumerian Dictator
  8 c. 3500 - 3000 BC Lesson 8: The Tower of Babel 29
8   1813 BC The Assyrians
8   1813 BC Shamshi-Adad: King of the Whole World
8   3000 - 1200 BC The Story of Gilgamesh
  9 2750 BC Lesson 9: The Epic of Gilgamesh p. 30
  10 c. 2700 BC Lesson 10: Stonehenge p 36
4   2550 BC The Old Kingdom of Egypt
  11 c. 2575 - 2500 BC Lesson 11: Early Egyptians p. 38
4   2550 BC Making Mummies
4   2550 BC Egyptian Pyramids
18   2200 - 1450 BC Life in Early Crete
  12 2200 BC Lesson 12: The Minoan Civilization p. 41
18   2200 - 1450 BC Bull-jumpers and Sailors
18   2200 - 1450 BC King Minos and the Minotaur
18   2200 - 1450 BC The Mysterious End of the Minoans
6   2100 BC The Jewish People
6   2100 BC God Speaks to Abraham
  13 2100 BC Lesson 13
  14 2005 BC Lesson 14: Jacob and Esau 48
9   2000 BC The First Cities of India
  40 (unknown) Lesson 40: India and Hinudism p. 140
9   2000 BC The River-Road
9   2000 BC The Mystery of Mohenjo-Daro
6   1914 BC Joseph Goes to Egypt
  15 1914 BC Lesson 15: Joseph p. 50
7   1780 - 50 BC Hammurabi and the Babylonians
  16 1792 BC Lesson 16: Hammurabi p. 56
  17 Began c. 1875 - 1730 BC Lesson 17: The Israelites in Slavery 57
10   2690 BC The Far East -- Ancient China
10   2690 BC Lei Zu and the Silkworm
10   1766 - 1122 BC The Pictograms of Ancient China
  18 c. 1600 - 1066 BC Lesson 18: China and the Shang Dynasty p. 59
10   1766 - 1122 BC Farming in Ancient China
12   2040 - 1720 BC The Middle Kingdom of Egypt
12   1980 - 1926 BC Egypt Invades Nubia-Amenhet
12   1567 BC The Hyksos Invade Egypt
14   1525 - 1270 BC The Israelites Leave Egypt
14   1525 - 1270 BC The Baby Moses
14   1525 - 1270 BC The Exodus from Egypt
  19 c. 1525 - 1270 BC Lesson 19: Moses and the Exodus p. 64
  20 c. 1500 BC Lesson 20: The Ark of the Covenant and the Tabernacle 66
  21 c. 1470 BC Lesson 21: Joshua, Jericho, and Rahab 70
13   1493 - 1336 BC The New Kingdom of Egypt
13   1493 - 1458 BC The General and the Woman Pharoah
13   1352 - 1336 BC Amenhotep IV and King Tut
  22 1353 BC Lesson 22: Amenhotep IV and Nefertiti p. 75
  23 1333 BC Lesson 23: Tutankhamen (King Tut) p. 76
  24 1304 - 1237 BC Lesson 24: Ramses II (The Great) 78
19   1450 - 700 BC The Early Greeks
  25 1250 BC Lesson 25: Legend of the Trojan Horse p. 85
19   1450 BC The Mycenaeans
19   1200 - 700 BC The Greek Dark Ages
  26 c. 1200 BC Lesson 26: Ruth and Naomi 87
  27 1199 BC Lesson 27: Gideon 89
      Quarter 2 - The Mystery Expands: 1175 B.C. to 627 B.C. 97
  28 c. 1175 BC Lesson 28: Samson 100
  29 c. 1122 BC Lesson 29: Zhou Dynasty (Chou) 102
  30 c. 1113 BC Lesson 30: Samuel 104
  31 c. 1100 BC Lesson 31: King Saul 110
  32 c. 1055 BC Lesson 32: David
  33 c. 1015 BC Lesson 33: Solomon 114
15   1200 - 700 BC The Phoenicians
  34 c. 1000 BC Lesson 34: The Phoenicians p. 121
15   1200 - 700 BC Phoenician Traders
15   850 BC The Founding of Carthage
  35 c. 925 BC Lesson 35: The Kingdom of Israel Divides 123
  36 c. 859 BC Lesson 36: Elijah, the Fiery Prophet 125
  37 c. 840 BC Lesson 37: Elisha (Israel's Prophet) 131
  38 835 BC Lesson 38: Joel and Obadiah 132
20   800 BC Greece Gets Civilized Again
20   800 BC Greece Gets an Alphabet
20   800 BC The Stories of Homer
  39 c. 800 BC Lesson 39: Homer p. 134
20   800 BC The First Olympic Games
  41 c. 776 B.C Lesson 41: The Olympic Games p. 142
  42 c. 760 BC Lesson 42: Jonah and Amos 144
  44 740 and 735 BC Lesson 44: Isaiah and Micah (Judah's Prophets) 151
16   1300 - 627 BC The Return of Assyria
16   668 - 627 BC Ashurbanipal's Attack
16   668 - 627 BC The Library of Nineveh
  45 722 BC Lesson 45: Israel Falls to Assyria 153
  46 c. 701 BC Lesson 46: Hosea (Israel's Prophet) 160
  47 701 BC Lesson 47: Hezekiah and Sennacherib 162
26     The People of the Americas
  48 700 BC Lesson 48: Ancient Native Americans p. 164
26   200 BC The Nazca Drawings
26   1200 - 900 BC The Heads of the Olmecs
26     Rabbit Shoots the Sun
22   800 - 600 BC Sparta and Athens
  49 700 - 500 BC Lesson 49: The Rise of Athens and Sparta p. 170
22   600 BC Life in Sparta
22   600 BC Life in Athens
  50 691 BC Lesson 50: Manasseh 171
  51 689 - 612 BC Lesson 51: The Powers of Mesopotamia 173
  52 640 BC Lesson 52: King Josiah 179
  53 630 BC Lesson 53: Nahum and Zephaniah 181
  54 627 BC. Lesson 54: Jeremiah (Judah's Prophet) 182
      Quarter 3 - The Mystery Builds: 612 B.C. to 404 B.C. 195
  55 612 BC Lesson 55: Nineveh Destroyed
  56 607 BC Lesson 56: Habakkuk and Huldah
  57 605; 597; 586 BC Lesson 57: The Babylonian Captivity
17   604 - 561 BC Babylon Takes Over Again!
17   604 - 561 BC Nebuchadnezzar's Madness
  58 605 BC Lesson 58: Nebuchadnezzar II and the Hanging Gardens p. 207
17   604 - 561 BC The Hanging Gardens of Babylon
  59 635 - 536 BC Lesson 59: Daniel
  60 600 BC Lesson 60: Aesop'sFables
  61 593 - 571 BC Lesson 61: Ezekiel
  62 575 BC Lesson 62: Shadrach, Meshach, and Abed-Nego
27 1199 BC 800 - 753 BC The Rise of Rome
  43 753 BC Lesson 43: The City of Rome p. 149
27   800 - 753 BC Romulus and Remus
27   800 - 753 BC The Power of Rome
28   753 BC The Roman Empire
28   753 BC The Roman Gods
28   753 BC The Roman Builders
28   753 BC The Roman Gladiators
28   753 BC The Gladiator School
30   1500 - 483 BC The Aryans of India
30   1500 - 483 BC Life on the Ganges River
30   1500 - 483 BC The Castes of Ancient India
30   563 - 483 BC Siddhartha
  63 563 BC Lesson 63: Buddha p. 219
  64 566 BC Lesson 64: Pythagoras and the Temple of Diana
33   551 - 479 BC Confucius
  65 551 BC Lesson 65: Confucius p. 229
21   700 - 525 BC The Medes and the Persians
21   700 BC A New Empire
21   559 - 525 BC Cyrus the Great (and Belshazzar)
  66 538 BC Lesson 66: Belshazzar and Cyrus the Great p. 232
  67 521 BC Lesson 67: Darius
  68 520 BC Lesson 68: Zerubbabel
  69 520 BC Lesson 69: Haggai and Zechariah
  70 509 BC Lesson 70: The Roman Republic
  71 490 BC Lesson 71: The Battle of Marathon
  72 c. 484 BC Lesson 72: Herodotus
  73 480 BC Lesson 73: Xerxes I
  74 (unknown) Lesson 74: Esther
  75 479 - 431 BC Lesson 75: The Golden Age of Athens
  76 c. 469 - 399 BC Lesson 76: Socrates
  77 c. 460 - 377 BC Lesson 77: Hippocrates and the Statue of Zeus
  78 457 BC Lesson 78: Ezra and Artaxerxes
  79 444 BC Lesson 79: Nehemiah
  80 443 - 429 BC Lesson 80: Pericles
23     The Greek Gods
24   431 - 404 BC The Wars of the Greeks
  81 431 - 404 BC Lesson 81: Peloponnesian War p. 281
24   431 - 404 BC Greece's War with Persia
24   431 - 404 BC The Greeks Fight Each Other
      Quarter 4 - The Mystery Is Revealed: 327 B.C. to A.D. 29
  82 (unknown) Lesson 82: Malachi
  83 429 - 347; 384 - 322 BC Lesson 83: Plato and Aristotle
  84 382-336 BC Lesson 84: Philip II of Macedonia and the Mausoleum
25   336 - 323 BC Alexander the Great
  85 356-323 BC Lesson 85: Alexander the Great p. 302
25   336 - 323 BC Philip and His Son
25   336 - 323 BC Alexander's Invasions
25   336 - 323 BC The Death of Alexander
  86 323 BC Lesson 86: The Split of Alexander's Empire
  87 c. 287 - 212 BC Lesson 87: Archimedes and the Lighthouse of Alexandria
29   264 - 202 BC Rome's War with Carthage
31   321 - 233 BC The Mauryan Empire of India
  88 273 - 232 BC Lesson 88: Emperor Asoka of India p. 313
31   321 - 233 BC The Empire United
31   321 - 233 BC The Jakata Tales
  89 250 BC Lesson 89: The Septuagint and the Colossus of Rhodes
32   500 - 214 BC China -- Writing and the Qin
  90 221 - 206 BC Lesson 90: The Qin Dynasty (Ch'in) p. 317
32   500 - 214 BC Calligraphy in China
32   500 - 230 BC Warring States
32   230 BC The First Emperor and the Great Wall
32   230 BC The First Emperor's Grave
  91 218 - 146 BC Lesson 91: Hannibal, Elephants, and the Punic Wars
  92 c. 202 BC - 210 AD Lesson 92: The Han Dynasty
  93 167 - 143 BC Lesson 93: The Maccabean Revolt
  94 Unknown - 71 BC Lesson 94: Spartacus
  95 60 BC Lesson 95: The First Triumvirate
34   100 - 60 BC The Rise of Julius Caesar
34   100 - 60 BC Caesar is Kidnapped
34   100 - 60 BC The Consuls of Rome
34   100 - 60 BC Caesar and the Senate
35   55 - 44 BC Caesar the Hero
  96 100 - 44 BC Lesson 96: Julius Caesar p. 335
35   55 - 44 BC Caesar Fights the Celts
35   55 - 44 BC Caesar Crosses the Rubicon
35   55 - 44 BC Caesar and Cleopatra
35   55 - 44 BC The Death of Caesar
  97 44 BC Lesson 97: The Second Triumvirate
  98 69 - 30 BC Lesson 98: Cleopatra
  99 37 BC Lesson 99: Herod the Great
36   43 - 27 BC The First Roman Prince
  100 31 BC Lesson 100: The Battle of Actium
  101 27 BC Lesson 101: Augustus Caesar and the Roman Empire
  102 c. 4 BC - A.D. 26 Lesson 102: John the Baptist
37   3 BC - 33 AD The Beginning of Christianity
37   3 BC - 33 AD The Birth of Jesus
  103 c. 4 BC Lesson 103: Jesus Christ, His Birth p. 366
  104 c. A.D. 26 - 29 Lesson 104: Jesus, His Teachings and Miracles
  105 42 BC - 40 AD Lesson 105: Tiberius Caesar, Pilate, and Herod
  106 (unknown) Lesson 106: The Twelve Disciples of Christ
37   3 BC - 33 AD Jesus Crucified and Resurrected
  107 c. A.D. 29 Lesson 107: Jesus, His Death and Resurrection p. 380
  108   Lesson 108: Jesus, the Mystery of History (Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow)
38   70 AD The End of the Ancient Jewish Nation
39   58 - 337 AD Rome and the Christians
39   58 - 64 AD Nero: the Evil Emperor
39   58 - 64 AD Christians in the Catacombs
39   312 - 337 AD The Emperor Is a Christian!
40   61 - 305 AD Rome Begins to Weaken
40   61 - 305 AD The British Rebellion
40   61 - 305 AD Rome Divided In Two
41   52 - 410 AD The Attacking Barbarians
41   52 AD Attila the Hun
41   395 - 408 AD Stilicho: Roman and Barbarian
41   410 AD The Coming of the Visigoths
42   475 - 476 AD The End of Rome
42   475 - 476 AD The Last Roman Emperor
42   475 - 476 AD The Gifts of Rome



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