600 BCE-600 CE (B-Day)

  • 183

    Greek Invasion of India (SE Asia)

    Greek Invasion of India (SE Asia)
    183 BCE
    Greek invaders in India established a trading contact between the two countries and opened the trade route between northwest and west India. Emily Lane
  • 200

    latin america

    latin america
    Although somewhat hard communication ways to peoples of Latin America find ways to improve agriculture (new found crops), culture (changes due to limited interactions with other civilizations and new discoveries), and social structures (such as hierarchies including the lowering status of women).-allison coe
  • 200

    latin america

    latin america
    Chavin start to develop ceramics, arts, and weavings, which increases their trading and their everyday way of life.-allison coe
  • 200

    latin america

    latin america
    The Teotihuacan build a sun temple for worship and healing.-allison coe
  • 200

    Middle East: Environment: Interactions beween humans and environment

    Middle East: Environment: Interactions beween humans and environment
    The Silk Road connected China and the Middle East across Central Asia bringing immigrants of all backgrounds together. Musicians, camel pullers, merchants, monks, and pilgrims.
    Jennah Davison
  • 200

    More trade-helena oceania

    More trade-helena oceania
    200 B.C, Tonga, Fiji, and Samoa create trade routes, which brings the polynesian culture to these areas over time.
  • 200

    Resources-helena-oceania

    Resources-helena-oceania
    200 AD islands have many resources for traders and travelers. Each place develops their own culture dependant on their climate
  • 200

    Middle East: States: Building, Expansion, Conflict

    Middle East: States: Building, Expansion, Conflict
    Trade became popular in Central Asian life, and Iranian-speaking people settled down in trading cities and surrounding villages. By 6th century, nomads spread across steppes. They spoke Turkish and lived in round huts called yurts.
    Jennah Davison
  • 200

    Russia

    Russia
    (200 BCE) Once the Scythians are conquered by the Samaritans, this brings Greek and Roman influence on the culture.
  • 200

    Southeast Asia

    Southeast Asia
    The spread of buddism had a large religious affect during this time. Buddism become dominate in this region. -Carlie Mullins
  • 206

    Han Dynasty

    Han Dynasty
    206B.C.E.-220C.E.Han Dynasty in China.
    States
    Kevin Knoer
  • 217

    latin america

    latin america
    Pueblo roof beams for houses are used to support underground dugouts and adobes. This gives people higher or lower places to live equaling more comfortability and usefulness.-allison coe
  • 221

    Unification

    Unification
    221-206 Unification of China under Qin (Ch'in) Dynasty.

    Cultures, States
    Kevin Knoer
  • 221

    Legalist Movement

    Legalist Movement
    221-206Destruction of Confucian literature and tandardization of weights and measures, coinage, writing system under Legalist regime.
    Culture, States, Economic Systems, Social Structures
    Kevin Knoer
  • 224

    Middle East: Economic Systems: Creation, Expansion, Interaction

    Middle East: Economic Systems: Creation, Expansion, Interaction
    During the Sasnid Empire, the Silk Road brought many new crops to Mesopotamia. Sasanid farmers pioneered in planting cotton, sugar cane, rice, etc. which were adopted from India and China. Later, these new crops would later become important consumption and trade items for the economy.
    Jennah Davison
  • 224

    Middle East: Social Structures: Development and Transformation

    Middle East: Social Structures: Development and Transformation
    In the late third century Iran, Christians, Jews, and Buddhists were persecuted by the Zoroastrian high priest. Jennah Davison
  • Period: 235 to 284

    The Third Century Crisis Europe - Abigail

    The period between 235 and 284 BCE when differences between the Greek and Latin speaking portions of the Roman Empire threatened political, military and economic stability.
  • 247

    Middle East: Cultures: Development and Interaction

    Middle East: Cultures: Development and Interaction
    Military technologies were seen more: chariots, stirrup, and bowmen
    Jennah Davison
  • 250

    Eastern Africa - Kush

    Eastern Africa - Kush
    The Kush were people that Eastern Africa interacted with quite a bit at this time and traded with along the Nile River.
  • 300

    Gender Roles in South Asia

    Gender Roles in South Asia
    During the Gupta Empire the status of women greatly declined. They could no longer own or inherit property, were forbidden from studying sacred texts and began to be married at younger ages. The most extreme of this was a ritual known as sati, where a widow would cremate herself with her dead husband. Women who refused to were shunned and forbidden to remarry.
  • 300

    300 BCE Caribbean [AM]

    300 BCE Caribbean [AM]
    Saladoid culture entered Trinidad from South America. Were first ceramic-using agriculturalists.
  • 300

    Latin America

    Latin America
    The Mayans have significant developments in astrology, calendrics, math, and writing in Mesoamerica. The Mayan refined their calendar and they developed a more advanced written language, among other advancements in knowledge. At this time, the Mayans were also expanding the area of land which they controlled. -Miranda Hale
  • 300

    Mayans 300 CE

    Mayans 300 CE
    The Mayans Empire covered a vast area including: Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador.
    Roni Storjohann
  • 300

    Mayan Cultural Beliefs

    Mayan Cultural Beliefs
    Mayans worshipped many nature Gods and built elaborate pyramid temples. One of the main practices of their religion was bloodletting for their Gods.
    Roni Storjohann
  • 300

    Southeast

    Southeast
    Chinese traveler Xuanzanf left written records of travel. The everymore encouraging documentation. -Carlie Mullins
  • 300

    Central Africa

    Konglo Mwamba from the Balopwe clan unified the various Luba people near lake Kilsale.
  • Period: 300 to May 7, 600

    Indian Ocean Trade Route

    This increased trade througout the Middle East. Their main export was frankincese and myrrh.
  • 313

    Constantine Adopts Christianity

    Israel becomes a predominately Christian country, Leading to the Jewish people to lose power.
  • 320

    Gupta Empire 320-550 CE

    Gupta Empire 320-550 CE
    The Gupta empire was very similar to the Mauryan Empire. The founder of this empire even called himself Chandra Gupta, the name of the Mauryan founder. This empire was involved in important trade routes and agricultural productivity. Gupta never had as much control as Mauryan and outlying areas were not as tightly governed. The Gupta Empire eventually fell because of pressure from Hun invaders. India then went back to its typical state of political fragmentation.
  • 322

    Maurya Dynasty in India (SE Asia)

    Maurya Dynasty in India (SE Asia)
    322
    The Macedonian king Alexander the Great invaded the valley of the river Kabul, and also created the Maurya Dynasty. Emily Lane
  • Period: 323 to

    Hellenistic Age

    A time of powerful Greek influence. A time of the classical age, scholarship, and sophistication.
  • 324

    Mauryan Empire 324-184 BCE

    Mauryan Empire 324-184 BCE
    By 600 BCE India was split into separate kingdoms. A man named Chandragupta Maurya seized power of an eastern kingdom and then expanded it into the Mauryan Empire. Maurya collected taxes based on ¼ of the harvest, had close relatives and associates govern districts, controlled a large imperial army and issued standard coinage.
  • 324

    The Byzantine Empire Europe - Abigail

    The Byzantine Empire Europe - Abigail
    The Empire was officially established by Emperor Constantine in 324 CE, who moved the capital to Byzantium, later renamed Constantinople, after the third century crisis had caused the Roman Empire to become too large and ethnically diverse to function as a single unit. Constantine named Christianity as the official religion of the Byzantine Empire, creating the Orthodox Church.
  • 334

    Alexander the Great

    Alexander the Great defeats Persians and claims the Middle East. He attempts a fusion of Greek and Persian culture. This causes the Hellenistic age.
  • 334

    Alexander the Great (Middle East)

    Alexander the Great (Middle East)
    The largest empire of the Old World expanded into the Middle East when Alexander over took Persia at the Dardanelles and then into Egypt.
  • 370

    Russia

    Russia
    (370 BCE) The Huns conquer the Goths and take over control.
  • 400

    latin america

    latin america
    The first evidence of the use of stone to build monuments, and the first known example of writing by using hieroglyphs for script and calendars. (for the Olmec civilization)-allison coe
  • 400

    Latin America

    Latin America
    The Chavin inhabit the Andean South America.-allison coe
  • 400

    Technology in South Asia

    Technology in South Asia
    During the Gupta Empire technology flourished. Astronomers, mathematicians and other scientists all received royal support. Indian mathematicians came up with the concept of zero, “Arabic” numerals and a system of place-value notation that are used in most parts of the world today.
  • 400

    Indian Ocean Maritime System

    Indian Ocean Maritime System
    was an important trade route across the Indian Ocean and South China sea. India shipped spices and manufactured goods with regions in China and Africa. The Indian Ocean trade route had a great variety of highly valued goods and connected many different cultures.
  • 400

    Spreading out (South Africa)

    Spreading out (South Africa)
    400AD
    the people of south africa move and settle in an area now known as Kwa-zulu Natal
    Stephanie Kepner
  • 400

    Arawaks Return to Caribbean

    Most historians believe that around this time, the Arawaks returned to Martinique. Later, more Caribs arrived and proceeded to war with the Arawaks. The Caribs later won and were the first to be victorious in the conquering of a Caribbean Island. ALLIE S
  • 500

    North America

    North America
    Ohio Valley saw an agricultural boom Mitchel Dierickx
  • 500

    North America

    North America
    People became obsessed with the afterlife and the burials of their leaders Mitchel Dierickx
  • 500

    Central Asian Cultivation

    Central Asian Cultivation
    500Crop cultivation in rows in China
    Economic Systems, Social Structures, Enviroment
    Kevin Knoer
  • 500

    Cenntral Asia & the Iron Plow

    Cenntral Asia & the Iron Plow
    500 Iron plow in China revolutionizes cultivation.
    Economic Systems, Enviroment
    Kevin Knoer
  • 500

    The mandate of heaven east asia

    The mandate of heaven east asia
    the emperier of the time created the mandate of heaven to keep his power of being emperier. The mandate of heaven says that the one in charge was chosen by god to be there.
  • 500

    Agriculture (South Africa)

    Agriculture (South Africa)
    first signs of organized agriculture efforts, tools such as hoes are used for digging.
    Stephanie Kepner
  • 500

    colonization-helena-oceania

    colonization-helena-oceania
    500 A.D. HAwaiian islands and Easter island are sesttled, making all of Oceania colonized, or settled by humans.
  • Period: 507 to

    The Roman Republic Europe - Abigail

    The Roman Republic was established in 507 BCE and lasted until 31 BCE. It was ruled by the Roman Senate, and created a new, non-democratic form of government.
  • 513

    Persian Conquest (SE Asia)

    Persian Conquest (SE Asia)
    (513 BCE)
    There was a Persian conquest of the northwestern part of India and the Indus Valley happening prior to the invasion of Alexander the Great. Emily Lane
  • 540

    Janism Rises

    Janism Rises
    540-468Life of Mahavira, founder of Jainism in India.
    Cultures
    Kevin Knoer
  • 550

    Silk Road (Middle East)

    Silk Road (Middle East)
    This presented new trading opportunites with Eastern and Western countries in the Middle East. Provided a connection from Turkey to Egypt. Allowed specialization of products in one area and dependence on ones from others.
  • 551

    Confucius Lives

    Confucius Lives
    551-479 Confucius lives and teaches his way of life.
    Culture, Social Structures
    Kevin Knoer
  • Jan 1, 600

    North America

    North America
    Traded more with Mexican cultures such as Teotihuacan in the Rocky Mountain area with raw materials Mitchel Dierickx
  • Jan 1, 600

    North America

    North America
    Became advanced in geometry and astronomy Mitchel Dierickx
  • Jan 1, 600

    West Africa- 300bce- 600ce

    West Africa- 300bce- 600ce
    Trans-sahara trade route began to form and be utilized for trade.
  • Jan 1, 600

    Saharan Trade

    Saharan Trade
    Egypt developed into a major trading location. The Silk Road also linked in Egypt allowing for the boom of economies there.
  • May 6, 600

    Silk road became popular.

    Silk road became popular.
    The silk road became more popular and used more frequently. Lots of trade was on this trade route and it was used for a very long time.
  • May 6, 600

    Rise of New Religions in South Asia 600 BCE-600 CE

    Rise of New Religions in South Asia 600 BCE-600 CE
    People began to object to the rigid classes of the varna system so certain charismatic individuals left towns or villages, questioned Brahmins and gained followers. Religion like Buddhism, Jainism and Hinduism emerged.
  • May 7, 600

    Hittites Weaken Egypt (Middle East)

    Hittites Weaken Egypt (Middle East)
    The Hittites invaded Southern Egypt and took over land there, leaving the area weakened. Egypt also lost control of Nubia in the North.
  • May 8, 600

    Silk Road

    Silk Road
    The Silk Road spreads trade throughout all of Asia.
    Culltures
    Kevin Knoer
  • May 8, 600

    Historians Argue about Caribbean

    600 BCE-100 CE: There are no records of major activity in the Caribbean at this time. Some historians due argue the point at which some islands became inhabited.
  • May 8, 600

    The Roman Empire Europe - Abigail

    The Roman Empire Europe - Abigail
    At it's height, the Roman Empire covered most of Western Europe, the Mediterranean, and northern Africa.
  • May 5, 751

    Central Asian Papermaking

    Central Asian Papermaking
    751 Skilled Chinese paper-makers are captured by the Arabs - beginning the slow westward transmission of the technology of paper.
    Cultures, Economic structures, Social Structures
    Kevin Knoer
  • May 8, 1120

    Silk

    Silk
    This region is extremely advanced in Silks and other precious items like pottery and clay. -Carlie Mullins
  • May 8, 1200

    Southeast Asia

    Southeast Asia
    Irriagtion becomes innovational in this region, along with agriculturaly success. -Carlie Mullins
  • May 8, 1300

    Central Africa

    Central Africa united, and ppeople settled on the land.
  • buddhism becomes more popular in asia

    buddhism becomes more popular in asia
  • Malay people

    Malay people
    In Due to large migration towards the Southeast Asian region Malay people became the most dominate population in the region.
    -Carlie Mullins
  • Neolithic

    Neolithic
    As early as 2000 B.C.E people in the Southeast Asia were clearing land and planting fields. -Carlie Mullins
  • trade route-helena

    trade route-helena
    30 B.C. climate becomes much drier, at this point is the first time oceania has used trade-routes, and communication between peoples begins, whereas most trade routes were beginning around 3000 B.C.
  • migration-helena

    migration-helena
    30 B.C. migration begins towards the pacific ocean in polynesia. This was done by ambitious would be leaders looking to begin their own clans to aquire power
  • Latin America

    Latin America
    Mayans produce written records, being the first known recorders in the Western Hemisphere. -Miranda Hale
  • Government

    Government
    The first form of functional government was called "water board" members represented villages and peridocially met with other leaders.
  • Roman Conquest of Jerusalem

    Romans conquer jerusalem, dividing the land into various provinces.
  • Judaism Splits (Middle East)

    Judaism Splits (Middle East)
    Israel and Judah came under control of separate empires. The Roman Empire came under control of it in 63 and the Jews resisted Catholic/Christian teachings, and thus split.
  • Latin America

    Latin America
    Sun Temple, or Templo del Sol, is built at Teotihuacán by the Aztecs. It is one of the largest structures in Mesoamerica. -Miranda Hale
  • West Africa 100 BCE

    West Africa 100 BCE
    100 BCE gold trade began between Wes Africa, the Medierraneans, and Berbers. This is how West Africa got its nickname "The Gold Coast"
  • West Africa- 100 BCE

    West Africa- 100 BCE
    Besides the Gold trade, West Africa was known for cotton, metal, leather, ivory, and slave trade. Although slave trade was not as profitable at this time.
  • East Africa and the Nile

    East Africa and the Nile
    Nile causes East African countries to flourish and become more domesticated.
  • Caribs in the Caribbean

    100: There was no recorded activity in the Caribbean at this point history. Archeaologists later find remains of Caribs that moved to the Islands. The Caribbean Sea and the Carribean Islands are named after these man-eating Caribs.
  • Theravada Buddhism (SE Asia)

    Theravada Buddhism (SE Asia)
    Theravada Buddhism which is strong in south India and Sri Lanka, travels with traders through southeast Asia. Emily Lane
  • Nam Viet Kingdom (SE Asia)

    Nam Viet Kingdom (SE Asia)
    111 BCE
    Han China overpowers and conquers the Nam Viet Kingdom. Emily Lane
  • North Africa 600 BCE-600 CE

    North Africa 600 BCE-600 CE
    Environment: North Africa becomes the granary of Rome by farming most of its wheat and barley, to keep up with the demand they take advantage of oxen pulled plows and irrigation. They also started to use domesticated camels.
    Cultures: North Africa's culture was greatly influenced by Greeks and Moors (they were even part of the Persian Empire for a while), so they adopted what came from these cultures and as for religion, they were dominated by Christianity.
  • North Africa 600 BCE-600 CE continued

    North Africa 600 BCE-600 CE continued
    States: Libya has conflict with Egypt and they give it up, meanwhile the city of Carthage was thriving while the portion of North Africa was being infiltrated by the Spanish Moors.
    Economic Systems: Carthage becomes one of the richest cities in the world and they develop a currency made up of gold coins.
    Social Structures: They move on from the hereditary societies to patriarchal societies (not much of a difference) and North Africa is mainly under the rule of Rome and the Moors so they follow t
  • 250 CE Caribbean [AM]

    250 CE Caribbean [AM]
    The Barrancoid entered the Trinidad.
  • Mayan Advancements 300-1500 CE

    Mayan Advancements 300-1500 CE
    The Mayans developed new systems of astronomy, calender, and a system of writing. This system of writing was hieroglyphics and was based on symbols.
    Roni Storjohann
  • Arawak arrive in Caribbean

    It is believed that the second group of indigenous peoples arrived on the Island of Martinique. These were called the Arawak, however an eruption of Mount Pelee wiped out most of the island’s population.