We've had a number of requests for a complete single timeline so here it is!


This timeline covers the history from 5000BC to AD2303.


This is a digital product which you download and print yourself.


It is designed so you can print at home then trim and tape together. We have also provided instrucitons for making it into folder document if you don't have the long wall space. Full instructions are provided.


The pack includes A4 and US Letter paper sizes and the document is 16 pages long. Once taped together, the timeline will measure 4.5m x 22cm (15’ x 8.5”).


Naturally this timeline is smaller than our usual Timeline Posters. Each column will fit 3 timeline cards. In the future, we will put together a general history card pack for this timeline.


After purchase you will receive a receipt via email. This email will contain a download link. This download link will contain a ZIP file which inside contains all the magazine issues in PDF format.  The download is large. Please allow a few a minutes for the file to download. If you have trouble downloading the file, please contact us and we will help you.

Single Long Timeline 5000BC-AD2303


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