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I tried searching through many resources to identify the package that allows to create this type of time lines:

Timeline

but all in vain. Could anyone, please, point in the right direction?

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pgfgantt and pst-gantt are standard in TeX live 2011. As the names suggest the former uses TikZ, the latter PSTricks. texdoc pgfgantt and texdoc pst-gantt will give the documentation if you have TeX live 2011 installed.

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+1 especially for texdoc - how did I not know about this wonderful utility?! –  Ant Aug 11 '11 at 11:27
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@ Ant: texdoc is the most underestimated utility of the whole TeX-word. I've no idea why the authors of books on LaTeX don't have a frontpage, saying (in friendly, large red type): »Don't panic -- texdoc is your friend«. –  Keks Dose Aug 11 '11 at 14:36
    
Thank you very much! I will give a better look at texdoc. –  Nik Aug 11 '11 at 14:42
    
There's also the gantt package; unfortunately not on CTAN. –  Alan Munn Aug 11 '11 at 18:59

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