Visual Timeline: Aegina

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3000 BCE: Aegina inhabited during Neolithic period.
 
 
740 BCE: Coins first minted on the island of Aegina.
 
570 BCE: First Temple of Aphaia complex built on Aegina.
 
510 BCE: Fire Destroys the Temple of Aphaia complex and other structures.
 
501 BCE: Aegina's culture is at its height.
 
 
490 BCE - 480 BCE: Supremacy of Aegina's naval fleet. Temple of Aphaia rebuilt.
 
480 BCE: Aegina's fleet participates significantly in the Battle of Salamis. Aegina awarded the victory wreath.
 
 
459 BCE - 456 BCE: Athens conquers Aegina. Island becomes subject/ally of Athens. Begins to decline.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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