Ap World History 600 C.E.-1450 C.E.

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In History
  • Nov 1, 1066

    Norman Invasion of England

    The Norman Conquest of England was the invasion and subsuquent occupation of England by a army of Noramns and French led by Duke william II of Normandy.
  • Oct 25, 1453

    Fall of Constantinople

    The Fall of Constantinnople was one of the most fortified cities in the world. Sultan Mehed II, ruler of the Otooman Turks, led the assult.
  • Period:
    570
    to
    Oct 25, 632

    Muhammad

    Muhammad is the founder of the religion Islam. Muhhamad was a leader from Mecca who unified Arabia into a single religious polity under Islam.
  • Period:
    581
    to
    Nov 2, 618

    Sui Dynasty

    The Sui Dynasty lasted for only 38 years and had only three emperors. Sui dynasty was often compared to the Qin dynasty.
  • Period:
    Nov 2, 618
    to
    Nov 2, 907

    Tang Dynasty

    It became the most powerful and prosperous country in the world. The Tand dynasty was the most glistening historic period in China's history.
  • Period:
    Nov 1, 661
    to
    Nov 1, 750

    Umayyad Dynasty

    It was the second of the four maor Islamic Caliphates established after the death of Muhhamad.
  • Period:
    Oct 25, 668
    to
    Oct 25, 935

    Silla Dynasty

    The Silla Dynsty unified the three kingdoms of the Korean peninsula.
  • Period:
    Nov 1, 710
    to
    Nov 1, 794

    Nara Period

    Most of Japenese society during this period was agriculture in nature and centered around villages. Most of the villagers followed a religion based on the worship of natural and ancestrol spirits called kami.
  • Period:
    Nov 1, 750
    to
    Nov 1, 1258

    Abbasid Dynasty

    Second of the two great dynasties of the Muslim Empire of the Caliphate. It overthrew Umayyad caliphate in 750 and igned as the Abbāsid caliphate until destroyed by the Mongol invasion in 1258.
  • Period:
    Nov 1, 750
    to
    Nov 1, 1076

    Kingdom of Ghana

    Ghana introduced the camel. Gradual revoultion in trade gold,ivory, and salt. Decline of economy was taxiation of imports, and exports.
  • Period:
    Nov 3, 768
    to
    Nov 3, 814

    Reign of Charlemagne

    Also known as Charles the Great or Chales I. He was the founder of the Carolongian Empire, reigning from 768 until his death.
  • Period:
    Oct 25, 794
    to
    Oct 25, 1185

    Heian Period

    The Heian Period is the last division of classical Jappenese history. It was named for the location of the imperial capital.
  • Period:
    Nov 3, 802
    to
    Nov 3, 1432

    Kingdom of Angkor

    The Kingdom of Angkor decline was from 1200 C.E. to 1400 C.E.
  • Period:
    Nov 4, 901
    to
    Nov 4, 1200

    Schism between eatern and western Christian Church

    The schism between the the eastern and western Christian Church happened when Michael Cerularuis was Patriarch of Constaninople and St.Leo pope in Rome.
  • Period:
    Nov 2, 960
    to
    Nov 2, 1279

    Song Dynasty

    The Song dynasty consited of the Norther Song and Southern Song. Song dynasty was considered another period of the "Golden Age".
  • Period:
    Nov 4, 978
    to
    Nov 4, 1118

    Saljuq control over Abbasid dynasty

    With the Buwayhid dynasty on the wane, a vaccum was created that was eventually filled by the dynasty of Oghuz Turks known as the Saljuqs.
  • Period:
    Nov 4, 1096
    to
    Nov 4, 1099

    First Crusade

    The First Crusade was a military expedition by Roman Catholic Europe to regain the Holy Lands taken in the Muslim conquest of the Levant, ultimately resulting in the recapture of Jerusalem in 1099.
  • Period:
    Nov 4, 1202
    to
    Nov 4, 1204

    Fourth Crusade

    The Fourth Crusade was originally intended to conquer Muslim-controlled Jerusalem by means of invasion throgh Egypt. Instead in 1204 the crusaders of Western Europe invaded and sacked the Christian city of Constanipole.
  • Period:
    Nov 2, 1206
    to
    Nov 2, 1256

    Sultanate of Delhi

    It refers to the many Muslim dynasties that ruled in India. It was founded after Muhammad of Ghor defeated Prithvi Raj and captured Delhi in 1192.
  • Period:
    Nov 4, 1206
    to
    Nov 4, 1227

    Reign of Chinggis Khan

    He was the founder of the Mongol Empire. he came to power by uniting many of the nomadic tribes of northeast Asia. he also started the Mogol ivsaions.
  • Period:
    Nov 1, 1220
    to
    Nov 1, 1450

    Kingdom of Great Zimbabwe

    Great Zimbabwe is also know as the House of Stone. the Zimbabwe River is where much of Africs's gold was mined.
  • Period:
    Nov 1, 1235
    to

    Mali Empire

    The empire was founded by Sundiata Keita. A well know ruler is Mansa Musa. The spread of laws,languages, and customs spread along the niger river.
  • Period:
    Nov 4, 1260
    to
    Nov 4, 1271

    Reign of Kublai Khan

    He controlled Monogolia and also China. He died in 1294. In 1251 Kublai became the governor of Southern teritories of Mongol Empire.
  • Period:
    Nov 1, 1271
    to
    Nov 1, 1368

    Yuan Dynasty

    The Yuan dynasty was established by Kublai Khan.
  • Period:
    Nov 4, 1275
    to
    Nov 4, 1292

    Marco Polo's trip to China

    Marco Polo was a Venetian merchant travler whose travels are recorded II milione a book which did much to introduce Europeans to Central Asia and China.
  • Period:
    Nov 4, 1304
    to
    Nov 4, 1369

    Ibn Battuta

    His religion was Islam. Ibn Battuta was a Islamic schoolar, Explorer, and geographer. He died in Morocco.
  • Period:
    Nov 1, 1312
    to
    Nov 1, 1337

    Reign of Mansa Musa

    Mansa Musa reigned over the empire of Mali during its golden years. His control of gold mines and key cities in the Saharan trade route gave him the wealth he needed to atract the attetion of the world.
  • Period:
    Nov 2, 1336
    to
    Nov 2, 1405

    Tamerlane

    Tamerlane was the last great nomad power. In his life time he conqured more than anyone else except for Alexander.
  • Period:
    Nov 2, 1337
    to
    Nov 2, 1453

    Hundred Year's War

    The Hundred Year's War was a series of conflicts waged between the Kingdom of England and the Kingdom of France and their various allies for control of the French throne.
  • Period:
    Nov 1, 1368
    to

    Ming Dynasty

    The Ming Dynasty provided an interval of native Chinese rule. It was founded by a man named Zhu Yuanzhang. It became one of th most stable but also one of the most autocratic of all Chinese dynasties.
  • Period:
    Nov 2, 1405
    to
    Nov 2, 1433

    Zheng He's Expeditions

    Zheng He commanded the great junks. Zheng He and his armada made seven epic voyages from the port at Nanjing to India, Arabia, and even East Africa.
  • Period:
    Nov 4, 1438
    to
    Nov 4, 1533

    Inca Empire

    The Inca Empire was the largest empire in pre-Columbian America. The adminstrative, political, and military center of the empire was located in Cuzco.