Prime: Thousands of Years Ago (Page 3)

7627 B.C.E. | 7625 B.C.E. | 7624 B.C.E. | 6635 B.C.E. | 5625 B.C.E. | 5429 B.C.E. | 4745 B.C.E.
4632 B.C.E. | 4630 B.C.E. | 4032 B.C.E. | 3848 B.C.E. | 3834 B.C.E. | 3782 B.C.E. | 3740 B.C.E.
3632 B.C.E. | 3624 B.C.E. | 3130 B.C.E. | 3000 B.C.E. | 2738 B.C.E. | 2737 B.C.E.
2730 B.C.E. | 2718 B.C.E. | 2712 B.C.E. | 2700 B.C.E. | 2634 B.C.E. | 2631 B.C.E. | 2628 B.C.E.
2530 B.C.E. | 1955 B.C.E. | 1827 B.C.E. | 1740 B.C.E. | 1700 B.C.E. | 1650 B.C.E. | 1630 B.C.E.
1625 B.C.E. | 1492 B.C.E. | 1450 B.C.E. | 1240 B.C.E. | 933 B.C.E. | 849 B.C.E. | 750 B.C.E.
740 B.C.E. | 736 B.C.E. | 709 B.C.E. | 658 B.C.E. | 630 B.C.E. | 624 B.C.E. | 600 B.C.E.
500 B.C.E. | 495 B.C.E. | 470 B.C.E. | 460 B.C.E. | 450 B.C.E. | 427 B.C.E. | 412 B.C.E.
400 B.C.E. 300 B.C.E. | 239 B.C.E. | 94 B.C.E. | 82 B.C.E.

7627 B.C.E.

7625 B.C.E.

7624 B.C.E.

6635 B.C.E.

  • The Zakdorn gain their reputation of having the most innately strategic minds in the galaxy.

5625 B.C.E.

  • On Vulcan, the Kurat Temple Complex is erected by Vulcan mystics at the base of Mount Seleya.

5429 B.C.E.

  • The House of Jibim Kiba Siber rules the planet Jibet. Their reign will last 7,000 years.
    [DS9 #014]

4745 B.C.E.

  • Omicron Delta IV, the so-called “Shore Leave Planet” or “Amusement Park Planet” is established by an unknown alien race. A warlike, conquest-minded offshoot race on Askalon V will perish from the unrestrained use of the cloning technology in a great war.
    [STM, TOS-17, TAS-14, Log #03, TOS #076]

4632 B.C.E.

  • The Lathanta of 30452 FAS III (Eul Ma’ak Lethantana) develop interplanetary flight and land on 30452 FAS IV (Ma’ak Krannag) intending to exploit their sister planet’s resources. They discover the tribal Krann and enslave them and their world. Over the following centuries, the Lathanta strip the resources of Ma’ak Krannag and force the natives to worship them as gods.
    [TNG #037]

4630 B.C.E.

4032 B.C.E.

  • The Aegis abduct humans from Earth. They and their descendants will be given generations of training in a cloaked solar system (Zeta-Gamma-537) 50,000 light years away to help prevent Earth’s civilization from destroying itself.
    [TOS-55, GN-44]

3848 B.C.E.

  • The capital city on the planet Ondahar VII is destroyed in a catastrophic non-linear explosion, most of the 300,000 people perishing..
    [ENT #03]

3834 B.C.E.

3782 B.C.E.

  • The Night of Blood: the Krann revolt against the Lathanta, in the 30452 FAS system. Outnumbered on Ma’ak Krannag, the natives rise up and slaughter their masters with knives. The planet’s facilities and industries are taken over. Although the revolt ends up costing more Krann lives than Lathanta, the Krann win and, using captured Lathantan ships, carry the war over to Eul Ma’ak Lethantana. With their economy in ruins, the Lethanta eventually agree to a peace treaty and pay heavy reparations for their past exploitation of their world and their people.
    [TNG #037]

3740 B.C.E.

3,632 B.C.E.

  • In the 30452 FAS (Ma’ak Terrella) system, planet 3 (Eul Ma’ak Lethantana) suffers massive thermonuclear bombardment from space by the Krann of planet 4 (Ma’ak Krannag). The Krann believe the Lethanta to be responsible for introducing an engineered virus on their world tailored to kill off all higher life forms. The Lethanta are wiped out save for a deep space colonizing mission of hollowed-out asteroid generation ships launched some months before this ultimate crisis. The surviving Krann in space seek revenge by constructing the First Fleet: an interstellar sub- light expedition to seek out and exterminate the remaining Lethanta. The Fleet departs for the nearest stars.
    [TNG #037]

3624 B.C.E.

  • This is roughly the beginning of the Hebitian Age, also known as the Age of the Five Kingdoms, on Cardassia Prime. A golden age of peace and plenty.

3130 B.C.E.

  • The First Fleet of the Krann reaches the nearest star to 30452 FAS. They settle down on a planet they call Salvation and utilize the natural resources to build newer and better ships.
    [TNG #037]

3000 B.C.E.

2738 B.C.E.

  • Apollo, an extraterrestrial humanoid, comes to Earth. He and his fellow Athenians will set the pattern of the Greek Gods. Known as ‘the Beings,’ they will be the basis for the Greek, Roman, Egyptian, and Norse myths.
    [TOS-33, NF #12]

2737 B.C.E.

  • Commander Spock and Dr. McCoy are trapped in the Ice Age on the planet Sarpeidon, having been transported 5,000 years back through time by the Atavachron. Zarabeth, an exile banished by Zor Khan the Tyrant, bears Spock‘s son, Zar.
    [TOS-78, TOS #011]
  • Zar, in the Lakreo Valley region on Sarpeidon, helps to found society.
    [TOS #011]
  • Ginn Donan Garreft Hap Elod Griff Ab Iandor becomes a hero in the Nevis system (winning his extended name for heroism in battle). He will eventually agree that the resurrection system creates cold-hearted fatalists who neither fight nor live anymore.
    [TOS #081]

2730 B.C.E.

2718 B.C.E.

2712 B.C.E.

2700 B.C.E.

  • Interstellar war between the Furies and the Unclean draws to an end in the Alpha Quadrant. Tiin, the Cannibal Whose Bed Would Not Be Shared, commands the final defense from the Autocrat’s chair. A small fleet of a few thousand ships lures the main contingent of Unclean, attacking them from out of the black, breaking a four-century truce. The entire remaining field-unity of Unclean go in pursuit and when the last Fury ships retreat they number 21 out of more than 4,000. When the Furies prepare to die, approached by the Unclean from different vectors, they are thrown through the Bajoran wormhole’s backwash (energy released 5,000 years into the past from c. 2371 C.E.). Light from the subspace tunneling is so great that it will be detectable for 3 or 4 millennia. The swarms of the Unclean are decimated but not annihilated, and they will take up residence along the eastern spiral arm of the galaxy for the next five millennia. The defeated Furies civilization (consisting of the Danai, Bardoi, Ak’lins, Sakill, Jequat, and others) is banished to the far side of the galaxy. During the first few decades, millions perish while the civilization falls into barbarism. A thousand year dimness begins. Their entire culture will be based solely on returning to “Heaven” (the Alpha Quadrant of the Near Side of the galaxy) from “Hell” (the Delta Quadrant of the Far Side of the galaxy). Some survivors of this war in the Alpha Quadrant end up stranded on pre-Federation homeworlds in the Near Side of the galaxy. These include Earth, Vulcan, Andor, and Orion among others such as the < ?print_link("/encyclopedia/astrometrics/index.php?inc=qonos","Klingon homeworld");?>, and even the Ferengi will know of them. On Earth, they will form many of the demon legends (in conjunction with the Danons‘ visitation?) and the basis of Druidism. On Vulcan, they are called the Ok’San. The Klingon race will be most strongly affected (calling them Iraga, Shushara, Hullam’gar, and the KdIchpon), the demons promising to return with the Havoc and consume the weak.
    [TOS #079, TNG #041, DS9 #016, VOY #09]
  • In an alternate timeline, the Defiant (from 2371 C.E.) is thrown back in time to the Furies‘ final battle by the Unclean‘s tampering with the Bajoran wormhole. Lt. Jadzia Dax (just her host body) suffers lethal radiation exposure and creates a diversion with a lifepod, allowing the ship to escape. She will be assimilated by the Unclean. Captain Sisko and the entire ship’s complement (save for Lt. Dax’s symbiont and Dr. Bashir) die and the Defiant is hidden in a cometary fragment on the outskirts of the Sol system in the Oort cloud. On Year 1, Day 6, 23:40, Dr. Bashir places the Dax symbiont into stasis. He will live out the rest of his life in the ship’s hull, some 70 years.
    [DS9 #016]

2634 B.C.E.

  • The Howling God doomsday world of Kirlos is constructed by the Ariantu in their battle against the K’vin Hegemony. The Ariantu Empire collapses and Kirlos is abandoned by the Ariantu. The Sullurh remain behind.
    [the TNG #012]

2631 B.C.E.

  • A white dwarf star is formed outside of the UFP territory which will contain a comet heralding the appearance of a wormhole and the destination of the Ko N’ya.

2628 B.C.E.

  • This is the era during which Earth begins using currency, at least according to Nog‘s research in 2372.

2530 B.C.E.

  • From the planet Salvation, the Krann launch their Second Fleet, still intent on seeking out the Lethanta descendants. This pattern of going from star to star and rebuilding their fleets will continue up through their Sixth Fleet.
    [TNG #037]
  • Anthropologists from 2769 observe the construction of the Great Pyramid.

1955 B.C.E.

  • The K’shikkaa colonists of Veruna IV abandon their colony ship, the “Soul,” which brought them to the Verunan system escorted by six Guardian ships (the “Courage,” “Faith,” “Kindness,” “Conviction,” “Wisdom,” and “Love”). In time their history will be forgotten, passed down only through oral tradition and regarded as myth. At least one other K’shikkaa colony ship will survive to colonize Akeras. A third colony ship may have created the spacial concavity in the Verunan system by collapsing a wormhole. These sublight vessels were launched centuries earlier by the K’shikkaa to escape their dying sun.
    [VOY #06]

1827 B.C.E.

  • In the Delta Quadrant, Aren Yashar is born. One of the long-lived (yet sterile) Rhulani race, Yashar will organize the Ja’in pirates after being mutilated by cultists on Rhulan.
    [VOY #14]

1740 B.C.E.

  • On the Far Side of the galaxy, the Furies begin to dig themselves out of barbarism, driven by the need to reclaim their home territory on the Near Side of the galaxy.
    [TOS #079]

1700 B.C.E.

1650 B.C.E.

  • The ruins on an un-named planet surveyed by the Enterprise in 2152 date back to this era.

1630 B.C.E.

  • The Lethanta fleet of sublight asteroid generation ships arrive in the 30453 FAS (Ma’ak Indawe, “Stronghold”) system and settle on the third planet which they name Nem Ma’ak Bratuna (“The Last Stand”). After landfall, they fall almost immediately into barbarism and a long dark age will last for centuries as the Lethanta civilization and technology deteriorate.
    [TNG #037]

1625 B.C.E.

  • The ancient Klingon language and/or the House of Martok stretches back to this time period.

1492 B.C.E.

  • The Orion Dawn: the Orions’ far-flung network of secret supply stations and repair yards allows them to steal two armed merchant ships. Though the Rigellians have complete information on theft, they profess ignorance to the Kammzdast Signatories who dare ask their aid. The Rigellians subtly use their influence to bring more Orions into the Trade Halls. The Era of Good Feeling ends. This may be the period in Orion history which Captain Kirk, Spock, McCoy, Aleek-Om, Grey, and Erikson study on stardate 5373.4 via the Guardian of Forever.
    [FASA, TAS-03]

1450 B.C.E.

  • The Orion pirates possess 200 merchant vessels at this time.

1240 B.C.E.

  • The Kgha’lugh star system (Sector 937) is destroyed when its sun goes through its first red-giant stage, incinerating all the inner planets. One such planet is probably the homeworld of the Danai. By the 23rd Century this system will fall under the domain of the Ruchma Province in the Klingon Empire.
    [TOS #079]

933 B.C.E.

849 B.C.E.

750 B.C.E.

  • The Chatalia home star supernovas. Prior to the disaster, an interstellar ramjet vessel is launched.
    [ON #11]

740 B.C.E.

  • Zetar expands into a red giant destroying all corporeal life in the system. The minds of the planet’s inhabitants live on, however, and go in search of a host body.
    [< ?print_link("","The Lights of Zetar (TOS)","_blank");?>, STM]

736 B.C.E.

  • The Taygeta system is irradiated by a nova.
    [TOS #019]

709 B.C.E.

  • The Orion alliance on Botchok meets in an emergency session to discuss the Pirate Question. The Greys, most of them Colonials, believe piracy is hurting the cause of independence and should be curtailed. Forseeing the impossibility of a gradual transition, the Ruddies contend that a strong space navy will eventually be indispensible and should be built now. This is the official origin of the split between the Gradualists and the Militarists.

658 B.C.E.

  • The holy man Kilikarri founds the city Riis and the Way of Wallows, a road leading to the city, on Bajor. Legend states that Kilikarri miraculously caught 100 fish and the 3rd Scroll of Prophecy in the Shakiristi. In the 24th Century during the Cardassian occupation, it will be known as Surface 92.
    [DS9 #025]
  • The Sreela colonize Herot IV during this period.
    [Last Unicorn Games]

630 B.C.E.

  • On Bajor, Trakor prophecizes “When the river wakes stirred once more to Janir’s side three vipers will return to their nest in the sky. When the Vipers try to peer through the temple gate, a sword of stars will appear in the heavens. The temple will burn and the gates will be cast open” for the wormhole in 2371, among other prophecies.

624 B.C.E.

  • The sentient computer Ganitriul goes online on Eerlik’s moon, providing every need to the Eerlikka.
    [SCE #02]
  • In the Gamma Quadrant, House Perian is built by the Yrythny.
    [DS9 #031]
  • The Mind Wars devastate Capulon (Sigma Delphini) IV: the Delphinii “Mind-share” telepathic techniques are used to rip thoughts from enemy minds and enslave the weak.
    [TNG #027]

600 B.C.E.

  • On Capulon (Sigma Delphini) IV, the Mind Wars slowly come to an end when most children are born without the “Mind-share” ability. The people abandon the sciences and flock back to the old temples, instigating sacrifices.
    [TNG #027]

500 B.C.E.

  • The Sandarans, fleeing from their home star’s nova, arrive on Earth and set the pattern of Classical Greece. The Heran colonists of the 21st Century will loosely pattern their society after the Greek city-state.
    [TOS-67, TNG #042]

495 B.C.E.

  • Pericles, statesman and Simian War naval commander, is born on Earth. In 2263, the Platonians will award Kirk with a shield reportedly belonging to this figure.

470 B.C.E.

460 B.C.E.

450 B.C.E.

  • The first Vulcan manned landing on Charis (T’Khut) is aborted following the extermination of the High House by T’Thelaih.

427 B.C.E.

412 B.C.E.

  • Diogenes, a Greek philosopher, is born on Earth. Dr. McCoy will compare Dr. Stavros Keniclius to a modern Diogenes in the 23rd Century, in search of a perfect Human specimen.
  • Helen of Troy (Euripedes) is reportedly the most beautiful woman in the world according to Greek mythology. Trelane will compare Yeoman Ross of the Enterprise to Helen.

400 B.C.E.

300 B.C.E.

  • (1433 Vulcan Years)
    Vulcan’s Glory is won as a prize of war from the house of Kawarda, in the battle of T’zal.
    [TOS #044]
  • During this period on Vulcan, the te-Vikram priest-kings rule the Womb of Fire. One of the most warlike and unstable of Vulcan cultures.

239 B.C.E.

  • Eeiauo is colonized by the Sivaoans as a penal colony.
    [TOS #021]

94 B.C.E.

  • The Orions battle 58 other races in the Orion War.

82 B.C.E.

  • The first of 375 melodies dating back to this year will be compared to Pai music heard by Lt. Commander Data in 2370.
    [TNG #038]