AP World

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  • Period: 1185 to 1333

    Kamakura Period

    The Kamakura Period was a period in Japan's history that marks the governing of the Kamakura shogunate. Japan developed a decentralized political structure, as local lords controlled land with power and authority over those lands(Feudalism). Dropped the Chinese style bureaucracy that the Nara and Heian periods used.
  • Period: 1206 to 1526

    Delhi Sultanate

    A Islamic state in India, that controlled most on India during it's rule. The capital was in Delhi. Islamic influence was limited, relying on the goodwill of the Hindu's in power.
  • Period: 1250 to

    AP World Exam 2024

  • Period: 1336 to 1565

    Kingdom of Vijayanagar

    A Hindu kingdom in Southern India. Created after two representatives from the Delhi Sultanate, Harihara and Bukka who were tasked to take over control of Southern India for the Delhi Sultanate, instead renounced Islam and created a Hindu kingdom. The two kingdoms didn't have a major hostilities between them as the Islamic and Hindu citizens would continue their trade.
  • Period: 1336 to 1573

    Muromachi Period

    A time period in Japan's history during which the Ashikaga Shogunate(Known as the Muromachi Shogunate) ruled over Japan. There was a very decetralized goverment.
  • Period: 1440 to 1518


    Kabir, also known as Guru Kabir, was a blind weaver, who was also a Bhakti teacher. The Bhakti movement was a movement in India during 12th century(1100's), that tried to gap the cultural split between Hindu and Islam. Kabir taught that all of the Hindu and Islamic gods were one in the same, and how anyone and everyone could find this universal deity in their own hearts.
  • May 29, 1453

    Fall of Constantinople

    The Ottoman Turks captured Constantinople, the last city in the Byzantine Empire, after it's gradual decline over the past few hundred years. The Byzantine empire had been reduced to only the land of the city of Constantinople. After the Ottoman conquered the city, it was renamed to Istanbul.
  • Period: 1467 to

    Sengoku Period (The Age of the Warring States)

    A time period in Japan where internal struggles between the Shogun and the emperor. Samurai overlords(local lords) fought over the land due to the power vacuum, from the shogun falling from power.
  • Oct 12, 1492

    Americas First Discovered

    Christopher Columbus landed in the Bahamas, officially being the first European to sail to Americas. This action sparked the start of the Columbian Exchange, leading to worldwide population increase.
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    John Locke

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    Isaac Newton

    Used observation and reason to come to conclusions. Symbolized the scientific revolution.
    -Wrote Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy
    -Theory of Gravity
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    Reign of King Louis XIV

    Built the Palace of Versailles. Consolidated a system of absolute monarchy.
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    Age of Enlightenment

    An Intellectual and philosophical movement that occurred in Europe, with a range of ideas centered on the value of human happiness, the pursuit of knowledge obtained by means of reason and the evidence of the senses. The church was question in this time period.
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    World History Regents 2024

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    Wrote for individual freedom, and against the French monarchy and the Roman Catholic Church. His famous battle cry was "Écrasez l'infame" meaning “Crush the damned thing”
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    French and Indian War

    Fight between Britain and France over North American territories. Part of the seven years' war, leading to Britain's dominance over the globe.
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    Seven Years' War

    A global war between Britain and Prussia, against France, Austria, and Russia. British forces were able to defeat their enemies, paying the way for 150 years of British Hegemony over the globe.
  • Royal Proclamation

    After the French loss to the British in the French and Indian war. France had to give French Canadian territories to the Britain.
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    James Cook's Voyages into the Pacific

    His voyages allowed a accurate compilation of the whole world's geography.
  • First European Colony in Australia

    A British fleet arrived in Sydney and set up the first Australian Colony.
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    French Revolution

    The French Revolution[a] was a period of political and societal change in France, due to a combination of social, political and economic factors, which the Ancient Régime proved unable to manage.