1718 – Agnesi was born in Milan, Italy on May 16, 1718.
1727 – Maria composed and delivered an hour-long speech in Latin in an academic gathering.
1731 – Acquired Greek, Hebrew, Spanish, German, Latin and few more languages and referred to as the "Walking Polyglot".
1738 – Published a collection of complex essays on natural science and philosophy entitled Propositiones Philosophicae.
1748 – A work of great merit entitled Instituzioni analitiche ad uso della gioventu italiana was published in Milan and was regarded as the best introduction extant to the works of Euler.
1752 – Agnesi dedicated her life to study many religious books and helping ill, poor women and never wanting to talk of mathematics again.
1799 – Died in a poor house and buried in a mass grave on January 9, 1799.