600 CE-1450 (B-Day)

  • 201

    golden Era

    golden Era
    China at this time whent into a crazy period. But eventully brought themselves back together creating the grand canal increasing trade and wealth.
  • 450

    latin america

    latin america
    Theocratic empire develops at Teotihuacán in Mexico with a large urban center and Pyramids of the Sun and Moon.-allison coe
  • 527

    Bubanic Plague

    Bubanic Plague
    Lasting from 527-564, the Bubanic plague (also called 'sixth plague of justinian') killed many Europeans and spread extremely quickly.
    (Taryn pEpping)
  • 530

    Feudalism Europe - Abigail

    Feudalism Europe - Abigail
    After the collapse of the Western Roman Empire by 530 CE, Europe was split into different kingdoms ruled by Germanic kings, and operated on a social system called feudalism. In feudalism, land was granted to the lords by the king, who in turn rented it to vassals in exchange for military and economic support. The vassals then had the land worked by peasants and serfs.
  • Jan 1, 600

    North America

    North America
    Europeans begin to travel and explore North America after conquering Latin American societies Mitchel Dierickx
  • Jan 1, 600

    North America

    North America
    The Vikings set foot in Newfoundland, almost 500 years before Columbus came Mitchel Dierickx
  • Jan 1, 600

    North America

    North America
    Many civilizations began to form in Canada Mitchel Dierickx
  • Jan 1, 600

    Latin America

    At this time, Latin America is generally a male dominated society, although women are appreciated. -Miranda Hale
  • May 5, 600

    Japan advances

    Japan advances
    The Japanese developed a system of feudalism, a political and economic system less developed than those of centralized empires, but more powerful than a purely local government. Feudalism was accompanied by a set of political values that emphasized mutual ties, obligations, and loyalties. The Japanese elites - who came to be known as daimyos - found military talent in the samurai, professional warriors who swore loyalty to them.
  • May 6, 600

    Middle East: Social Structures: Development and Transformation

    Middle East: Social Structures: Development and Transformation
    In Muslim lands, women seldom traveled. They mostly worked in fields and tended animals. Urban women lived in seclusion and did not leave the homes without covering themselves. Although women sometimes became literate and studies w/ relatives, they did so away from unrelated men. For women, public roles were generally barred.
    Jennah Davison
  • May 5, 601

    korea taken by the Tang

    korea taken by the Tang
    In the 7th century most of korea is taken over by the Tang. resulted in the Korean Silla Dynasty's king recognizing the Tang emperor as his overlord. Tang forces withdrew from the peninsula, and even though Korea paid tribute to China, the Silla rulers were allowed to have a greatly deal of autonomy. Significantly, though, the tributary relationship developed in a great deal of Chinese influence diffusing to Korea. The Silla built a new capital modeled on the Tang capital, Confucian schools wer
  • May 7, 622

    Islam is Founded

    Muslims believes that the prophet Muhammad is the messenger of God.
  • May 6, 634

    Middle East: States: Building, Expansion, Conflict

    Middle East: States: Building, Expansion, Conflict
    Arab conquests were mostly outside of Arabia. The Arab armies took over Syria and Egypt from the Byzantine Empire. Tunisia fell and became the governing center, which was organized by an Arab-led army. Sind, the southern Indus Valley, succumbed to invaders from Iraq. Muslim dominion remained stable for the next three centuries.
    Jennah Davison
  • May 7, 650

    650 CE Caribbean [AM]

    650 CE Caribbean [AM]
    Arauquinod expanded into the Caribbean chain.
  • May 5, 690

    budism in Asia

    budism in Asia
    Empiror wang was a huge suporter of budism which mad ethe rest of the people become budist also. This mae a large increase in this religion.
  • Jan 1, 700

    Latin America

    Latin America
    Quipu becomes the standard recording device of the Andean civilizations. Variations of the system of tying knots to represent words had been used for centuries prior to this. This specific concept of the Quipu system did not become widespread until the rise of the Incan Empire in the 15th century. -Miranda Hale
  • May 6, 700

    West Africa

    West Africa
    Ghana empire began t develope. This was greatly due to trade.
  • May 6, 700

    West Africa

    West Africa
    The Islamic religion began to spread into West Africa due to the trans saharan trade route.
  • May 7, 700

    Trade (South Africa)

    Trade (South Africa)
    Trade between South African and Arabs and the Phoenicians begins, items traded include ivory tusks, rhino horns, gold, shells and slaves
    Stephanie Kepner
  • May 8, 700

    Eastern African Trade

    Eastern African Trade
    Eastern African still had very limited contact with other continents, but trade did begin to flourish in that area.
  • May 7, 750

    Beginning of Abbasid Caliphate

    The Umayyad defined Arab realm ethnically rather than religiously, so the majority of Arabs that are Muslims revolted--starting the religious based Abbasid Caliphate.
  • May 7, 750

    Colonies-helena-oceania

    Colonies-helena-oceania
    750 A. D. The rest of the pacific was colonized during this time period. This also brings some trade of resources, and sweet potatoes travel to new islands to become a part of islanders diets.
  • May 8, 793

    Vikings Europe - Abigail

    Vikings Europe - Abigail
    The Vikings descended on western Europe in 793, attacking and looting villages in England, France and Spain. They also settled parts of Greenland, Iceland, and Vinland, in the area of Newfoundland, during the ninth and tenth centuries.
  • May 6, 800

    Vikings!!

    Vikings!!
    Vikings ruled the seas at this time, they would go to cities or other areas with larger populations and plunder them, take what they need and leave (Taryn Pepping)
  • May 8, 800

    Khmer Civilization (SE Asia)

    Khmer Civilization (SE Asia)
    The Khmer civilization emerged and lasted until 1200. It became Southeast Asia’s most advanced civilization and controlled a large empire, which is currently Cambodia. Emily Lane
  • May 8, 862

    Russia

    Varangian leader Rurik gains control of Ladoga and built a settlement in Novgorod
  • May 7, 877

    MOsque Of Ibn Tulun in Fustat

    Symbolized Egyt for becoming the first time quasi-independent province under it's governor.
  • Jan 1, 890

    Latin America

    Latin America
    The Mayans proudce the first full book written in the Americas. -Miranda Hale
  • May 6, 900

    Middle East: Environments: Interaction between humans and their environment

    Middle East: Environments: Interaction between humans and their environment
    In the Islamic world, urban growth was affecting the countryside by expanding the consumer market. Fruits, rice, and sugar cane increased in acreage. Irrigation works expanded. Coinage facilitated long-distance trade the provided links between isolated districts and pastoral nomads.
    Jennah Davison
  • May 8, 900

    Toltecs

    Toltecs
    Toltecs ruled Mexico and Guatemala from the 10th to 12th century. Created the first conquest state based largely on military power.
    Roni Storjohann
  • May 8, 911

    Russia

    Prince Oleg, after attacking constantinople, signs treaty with the Byzantine Empire
  • May 6, 945

    Middle East: Cultures: Development and Interaction

    Middle East: Cultures: Development and Interaction
    The Abbasid Caliphate falls under the control of mountain warriors from the province of Daylam in northen Iran. They conquest Iran as well as Iraq. For almost two centuries these warriors held firm.
    Jennah Davison
  • May 5, 960

    Song Dynasty

    Song Dynasty
    960-1279Song dynasty in China.
    States, Social Structures
    Kevin Knoer
  • Period: May 8, 962 to

    The Holy Roman Empire Europe - Abigail

    The Holy Roman Empire lasted from 962 to 1806, but was strongest during the Middle Ages. It was united by Charlemagne, who was crowned emperor by the pope in 800, and consisted of a loose fereration of Germanic states.
  • May 7, 979

    Communication-helena-oceania

    Communication-helena-oceania
    979 A.D. inter-island communication is important for the people of this region, regardless of the fact that this means a long sea voyage to reac the other islands. Hawaii is colonized for a second time, by the people of Tahiti.
  • May 8, 980

    Eastern Africa - Dark Ages

    Eastern Africa - Dark Ages
    The Ethiopian Dark Ages begin after the Kingdom of Aksum is taken over
  • May 5, 1000

    Neo-Confucianism

    Neo-Confucianism
    1000-1200Development of neo-Confucianism.
    Cultures, Social Structures
    Kevin Knoer
  • May 6, 1000

    West Africa

    West Africa
    Around 1000 CE the ghana empire fell because of internal conflict and others trying to invade the empire.
  • May 6, 1000

    West Africa

    West Africa
    The sosso tribe became the next powerful empire in West Africa after th Ghana empire.
  • May 8, 1000

    Muslim Invade India (SE Asia)

    Muslim Invade India (SE Asia)
    Muslims invaded India and the story is considered one of the bloodiest in history. The invasions actually continued even through when the Muslims were ruling India. Emily Lane
  • May 6, 1050

    Middle East: Economic System: Creation, Expansion, Interaction

    Middle East: Economic System: Creation, Expansion, Interaction
    During this time, Iran and Iraq had economic misfortunes that were caused by robust urbanization which had strained food sources and political fragmentation had dissipated revenues. The practice of using land grants to pay soldiers also was a part of it. When grant holders used agents to collect taxes, the agents took little interest in improving production all which weakened the agricultural base of the economy.
    Jennah Davison
  • May 6, 1054

    Schism

    Schism
    The formal divide of the Latin church and Othodox church, still not completly mended. Caused by the want of control by both the pope and leaders of Western Europe. (Taryn Pepping)
  • Period: May 8, 1095 to May 8, 1204

    The Crusades Europe - Abigail

    The Crusades were armed pilgrimages to the Holy Land by Christians determined to recover Jerusalem from Muslim rule. They succeeded in bringing Islamic influence into European society through cultural diffusion.
  • May 6, 1100

    Water Systems and Irrigation in South Asia

    Villagers in India develop a system of stone and earthen dams across rivers to store water for slow release through elaborate irrigation canals. This was for certain regions that couldn’t move their pastoral herds to the water, but had to bring it to them. Many irrigation systems were introduced by the Delhi Sultanate
  • May 8, 1100

    Aztec's

    Aztec's
    Aztecs rose to power and remained until the arrival of Spaniards in 16th century. Strict society was broken into four major classes.
    1. Nobles
    2. Commoners
    3. Serfs
    4. Slaves
  • May 8, 1100

    Aztec Belifes

    Aztec Belifes
    Aztecs sacrificed war captives and prsoners human hearts. This was done out of their belief that their God relied on human hearts and by doing this sacrifice they were appeasing their God.
    Roni Storjohann
  • May 8, 1100

    Aztec Advancements

    Aztec Advancements
    Aztecs created Chinampas which provided fertile land for growing crops. They created these by digging out islands in damp areas surrounded by water.
    Roni Storjohann
  • May 8, 1137

    Ethiopian Empire Begins

    Ethiopian Empire Begins
    The beginning of the Ethiopian Empire
    (The picture is of the ancient Ethipian flag that was used at this time period!)
  • May 5, 1150

    Gunpowder

    Gunpowder
    1150Explosive powder used in weapons in China
    Enviroment, Cultures, Conflict
    Kevin Knoer
  • May 5, 1162

    Khan

    Khan
    1162-1227Genghis Khan's life. He brings conflict all across Central Asia.
    Conflict, States
    Kevin Knoer
  • May 5, 1168

    latin america

    latin america
    Aztecs enter from South America and eventually gain control Central Valley of Mexico while defeating a previous civilization.-allison coe
  • May 7, 1187

    Saladin Recaptures Jerusalem

    After the fall of the Fatmid dynasty, Saladin recaptures JErusalem from the Europeans and fought off the crusades.
  • May 8, 1192

    Buddhism Destroyed in India (SE Asia)

    Buddhism Destroyed in India (SE Asia)
    Buddhism fell after the northeastern stronghold of Buddhism fell when the Turks took over India from Delhi along with the fall of the Nalanda university. Emily Lane
  • May 5, 1200

    the monguls attack

    the monguls attack
    The monguls attack most of asia caturing and taking over almost all of it.
  • May 6, 1200

    BYzantine Empire

    BYzantine Empire
    600-1200 Byzantine Empires established Chirstianity as their official religion, also continued Roman Imperial Rule and tradition that was ignored in the West...eventually lost many supporters becasue they turned to the Muslim faith. (Taryn pEpping)
  • May 6, 1200

    Indian Ocean Trade

    Traders and merchants in the Indian Ocean trade route. It began to expand and was one of the world’s richest trading networks.
  • May 7, 1200

    Caribbean [AM]

    Caribbean [AM]
    Caribs migrated over from Orinoco river to settle the Caribbean islands.
  • May 8, 1200

    Eastern Africa slave trade

    Eastern Africa slave trade
    Eastern Africas main export was slaves due to the need for slaves in both European and Islamic nations at that time.
  • May 8, 1200

    Russia

    Mongols are under the eadership of Genghis Khan and officially conquer Russia
  • May 8, 1200

    Central Asia

    1200Innoculation for smallpox in China
    Cultures
    Kevin Knoer
  • May 8, 1200

    The Thais Arrive (SE Asia)

    The Thais Arrive (SE Asia)
    The Thais settled in the Khmer area from southern China and Buddhism began to replace Hinduism. Emily Lane
  • May 13, 1200

    Easter island

    Easter island
    During this time the Easter Island sculptures are formed, due to a competitive building tradition between chiefs. Chiefs saught a higher status in society by attempting to build the tallest sculptures.
  • May 6, 1206

    Delhi Sultanate 1206-1526

    Turkish and Muslim invaders took advantage over the great fragmentation in India and eventually extended their rule over most of Northern India. Personal and religious rivalries, the discontent of Hindus and the eventual revolt of Muslim nobles led to the disintegration of the Delhi
  • May 6, 1206

    Slavery and Gender Roles in South Asia

    In India the city of Delhi was overflowing with slaves. The Muslim rulers sold many Hindus into slavery and sometimes even gave them as presents to emperors of China. Women’s main jobs continued to be child rearing and food preparation. Their status was based on that of their father, husband or owner.
  • May 7, 1215

    Discovery-helena-oceania

    Discovery-helena-oceania
    1215 A. D. Islanders from Tahiti discover New Zealand and begin to send some civilians to settle there.
  • May 8, 1237

    Russia

    Mongols invade Russia, Tartars, (turkic people), establish empire of the Golden Horde in southern Russia
  • May 6, 1240

    West Africa

    West Africa
    the sosso tribe were then conquered by the Mali empire.
  • May 7, 1260

    Battle of Nazareth

    The mongols are defeated in the Battle of Nazareth, weakening mongol rule.
  • May 8, 1270

    East Africa - Zagwe

    East Africa - Zagwe
    The Zagwe dynasty was overthrown by a king claiming lineage with the Aksumite emperors
  • May 8, 1290

    Sultanate of Delhi (SE Asia)

    Sultanate of Delhi (SE Asia)
    The Sultanate of Delhi was the various Muslim dynasties that ruled in India, founded after Muhammad of Ghor defeated Prithvi Raj and captured Delhi. Emily Lane
  • May 5, 1300

    Marco Polo

    Marco Polo
    1300Marco Polo travels in China.

    Cultures
    Kevin Knoer
  • May 7, 1300

    Caribbean [AM]

    Caribbean [AM]
    Mayoid entered Trinidad and remained the dominant culture until Spanish Settlement.
  • May 5, 1325

    latin america

    latin america
    Aztecs find and take over island called Tenochititlan under Emperor Moctezuma I.-allison coe
  • May 6, 1325

    Religious Tolerance in South Asia

    During the Delhi rule India experienced a more religiously tolerant period. The Sultan Muhammad ibn Tughluq sought to win the loyalty of Hindus and Muslims by promoting religious tolerance.
  • May 5, 1350

    latin america

    latin america
    The Incans rapidly expand in Andean South America.-allison coe
  • May 8, 1350

    The Renaissance Europe - Abigail

    The Renaissance Europe - Abigail
    The Renaissance was a period of intense artistic and intellectual activity spurred by new discoveries in Europe from the Islamic Caliphates during the Crusades. It took place during the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries.
  • May 8, 1380

    Russia

    Prince Dmitry Donskoy of Moscow leads RUssian army to an important victory over the Mongols in the Battle of Kulikovo. (Mongols still in control until about 1480.)
  • Jan 1, 1415

    Latin America

    Latin America
    Prince Henry the Navigator opens the great Portuguese "Age of Exploration". At this time, Europeans began exploring the world by sea in search of trading partners, new goods, and new trade routes. In addition, some explorers set sail to simply learn more about the world. The information gained during this time significantly helped in the advancement of geographic knowledge, including 'The New World' of the Americas. -Miranda Hale
  • May 5, 1415

    latin america

    latin america
    Prince Henry the Navigator starts the Portuguese "Age of Exploration". This causes many navigators to take hold and discover new land in South America.-allison coe
  • May 7, 1450

    Eating-helena-oceania

    Eating-helena-oceania
    1450 A.D. the people of new zealand rely mostly on a hunter-gatherer way of life, especially in the south were the climate is more difficult to grow plants in agriculturally. The northerners grow crops such as the sweet potato, and both areas hunt a flightless bird called the Mao.
  • May 7, 1450

    Social life-helena-oceania

    Social life-helena-oceania
    1450 A.D.The Tongan empire has fallen, which used to be mainly dominant in the islanders society, changing the now extremely complex social structure of the islands. The main islands have a social structure of chiefs and councils that run their societies, but Easter island remains based on the building of statues.
  • May 8, 1450

    Migration in the Caribbean

    The Indigenous people of the Caribbean islands such as the Ciboney, the Arawak, and the Carib begin to migrate to other Islands. These are the people who historians believe met Christopher Columbus upon his arrival in the Caribbean.
  • May 7, 1453

    Capture of Constantinople

    The Ottomans capture Constantinople by Sultan Mehmid II.
  • May 6, 1500

    West Afrcia

    West Afrcia
    Timbuktu was a huge trade center during 1200-1500 BCE. There was a lot of advancements in timbuktu in education and trade.
  • Fourth Crusade

    East: Alexius Comnenus calls for military aid, eventually leading to the fourth Crusade in 1204. (crusades in general: religious wars to gain back supporters...) (Taryn Pepping)
  • North Africa 600 CE- 1450 CE

    North Africa 600 CE- 1450 CE
    Environment: Famine strikes North Africa, people go hungry as a result of the poor crops.
    Cultures: Muslim religion begins to take ground and many leave Christianity behind.
    States: Much of northern Africa is independent with different African dynasties ruling in different places.
  • North Africa 600 CE- 1450 CE continued

    North Africa 600 CE- 1450 CE continued
    Economic Systems: A lot of trading dominated this region, the traded items like salt and gold and kept to a barter system rather than a set currency.
    Social Structures: Its social structure is still patriarchal, it is also influenced by Muslim social structures.