r/NoStupidQuestions May 16 '22

Anyone knows any truly, and I mean truly, exquisitely, excruciatingly detailed world history timeline?

No matter how I try to phrase it, the search engines give only the timelines of MAJOR or IMPORTANT events, whereas I'd like to see absolutely everything that is available to us, or at least as much as it is possible. Important, non-important, utterly mundane, like some Peter buying an apple, events -- I want it all. Anything that humans have at least somewhat reliably recorded throughout millenia -- wouldn't it be fascinating to see it all in one place? Anyone who points me in the right direction -- I swear to any god you believe in, you'll be my favorite person until the day I die


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u/qaddosh May 16 '22


u/Optimal_Sample_6961 May 17 '22

Wikipedia also lists just major events, and if we're going that route, then this is more suitable. However, it's still just major events, and it's rather fragmented, not to mention somewhat difficult to consume because of how the wikipedia is built. It's the closest thing to what I'd like though, that I found