600-1450 C.E.

  • Period: 570 to Oct 24, 632


  • Period: 589 to Oct 24, 618

    Sui Dynasty

    China was reunited
  • Period: 589 to Oct 25, 618

    Sui Dynasty

  • Period: Oct 24, 618 to Oct 24, 907

    Tang Dynasty

    in this glorious period, the economy, politics, culture and military strength reached an unparalleled advanced level.
  • Period: Oct 25, 661 to Oct 25, 750

    Umayyad Dynasty

    Largest Dynasty the world has ever known
  • Period: Oct 25, 668 to Oct 25, 935

    Silla Dynasty

    one of the world's longest sustained dynasties
  • Period: Oct 25, 710 to Oct 25, 784

    Nara Period

    power and influence of Buddhism grew.
  • Period: Oct 24, 750 to Oct 24, 1258

    Abbasid Dynasty

    Ruled by Caliphs!
  • Period: Oct 25, 768 to Oct 25, 814

    Reign of Charlemagne

    The Beginning of the Holy Roman Empire
  • Period: Oct 25, 794 to Oct 25, 1185

    Heian Period

    was a time when the Japanese islands faced no external military threats.
  • Period: Oct 25, 819 to Oct 25, 1431

    Kingdom of Angkor

  • Period: Oct 25, 830 to Oct 25, 1235

    Kingdom of Ghana

    The land's abundance of resources allowed Ghana's rulers to engage in years of prosperous trading.
  • Period: Oct 25, 960 to Oct 25, 1276

    Song Dynasty

    China’s population, we know, is huge, and tends to “explode”; its first explosion occurred in the Song.
  • Period: Oct 25, 1040 to Oct 25, 1157

    Seljuk control over Abbasid Dynasty

    The Seljuks were Turkic nomads from Turkmenistan, related to the Uighurs, who entered the Abbasid empire around 950 AD and gradually converted to Sunni Islam. By 1030 they were beginning to try to get power for themselves, and they soon conquered the Ghaznavids (wwho were also Turkic) and controlled most of Persia (modern Iran). Their capital was at Isfahan. Like the Ghaznavids, the Seljuks spoke Persian and encouraged Persian culture.
  • Oct 25, 1054

    Scism between easstern and western christian church

    The Great Schism of 1054 was the split between the Eastern and Western Christian Churches. In 1054, relations between the Greek speaking Eastern of the Byzantine empire and the Latin speaking Western traditions within the Christian Church reached a terminal crisis. This crisis led to the separation between the Eastern and Western churches and is referred to as the Great Schism of 1054. The Christian Church split along doctrinal, theological, linguistic, political, and geographic lines. The split
  • Oct 25, 1066

    Norman invasion of England

    was the invasion and subsequent occupation of England by an army of Normans and French led by Duke William II of Normandy.
  • Period: Oct 24, 1096 to Oct 24, 1099

    First Crusade

    military expedition by Roman Catholic Europe to regain the Holy Lands taken by Muslims
  • Period: Oct 25, 1202 to Oct 25, 1204

    Fourth Crusade

    intended to conquer Muslim-controlled Jerusalem by means of an invasion through Egypt.
  • Oct 25, 1206

    Sultanate of Delhi

    refers to the various Muslim dynasties that ruled in India
  • Period: Oct 25, 1206 to Oct 25, 1324

    Mongol conquest of all of china

    In 1219 a Mongol army of more than 150,000 men commanded by Genghis Khan invaded Middle Asia.
  • Period: Oct 25, 1206 to Oct 25, 1227

    Reign of Chinggis Khan

    Genghis Khan was quite possibly the greatest military leader of all time. He built an empire that stretched from the coast of China to the Black Sea and pushed north into Russia. In size, his conquests exceeded that of both Alexander the Great and Napoleon.
  • Period: Oct 25, 1220 to Oct 25, 1450

    Kingdom of Great Zimbabwe

    Great Zimbabwe was the central power of one of the greatest civilizations in Africa between 1100-1500 AD
  • Period: Oct 25, 1230 to

    Mali Empire

    The Mali Empire was the second of three West African empires to emerge in the vast savanna grasslands located between the Sahara Desert to the north and the coastal rain forest in the south. Beginning as a series of small successor trading states, Ancient Ghana, the empire grew to encompass the territory between the Atlantic Ocean and Lake Chad, a distance of nearly 1,800 miles. At its height in 1300, Mali was one of the largest empires in the world.
  • Period: Oct 25, 1260 to Oct 25, 1271

    Reign of Kublai Khan

    Kublai Khan was a Mogolian Emperor.
  • Period: Oct 25, 1271 to Oct 25, 1405

    Yuan Dynasty

    was established by the Mongolian ruler Kublai Khan (1215-1294), Emperor Shizu, in 1271
  • Period: Oct 25, 1275 to Oct 25, 1292

    Marco Polo's trip to China

    Marco Polo knew many different languages and he helped spread Christianity.
  • Period: Oct 25, 1304 to Oct 25, 1377

    Ibn Battuta

    He visited ALL Muslim lands and never crossed a road twice.
  • Period: Oct 25, 1312 to Oct 25, 1337

    Reign of Mansa Musa

    Golden Age King of the Mali Empire
  • Period: Oct 25, 1336 to Oct 25, 1405


    Timur's bravery and tactical skill made him a successful mercenary soldier in Persia, and he soon collected a large following. In 1364, Timur and Hussein banded together again and defeated Ilyas Khoja, the son of Tughluk Timur.
  • Period: Oct 25, 1337 to Oct 25, 1453

    Hundred Years War

    One of the central causes of the Hundred Years War centered on the relationship between the Kings of France and England regarding the duchy of Aquitaine located in Southwestern France.
  • Oct 24, 1348

    First Bubonic Plague Pandemic

    is the first known attack on record, and marks the first firmly recorded pattern of bubonic plague. This disease is thought to have originated in China
  • Period: Oct 25, 1368 to

    Ming Dynasty

    period of cultural restoration and expansion.
  • Period: Oct 25, 1438 to Oct 25, 1533

    Inca Empire

    The Inca left no written history. Most of what is known of their culture comes from early Spanish accounts and archeological finds.
  • Oct 24, 1453

    Fall of Constantinople

    ook place in 1453 after the Ottomans successfully laid siege to the city.