Blast from the Past

  • Period: 500 to Apr 15, 1000

    Western Europe And Middle Ages

    They had feudalis system land was giving in exchange for military services and loyalty.
  • Period: 500 to Apr 15, 1000

    Western Europe And Middle Ages

    They built large walled manors which which then became self sufficient.
  • 527

    Byzantine empire

    Justinian rules the Byzantine Empire from 527-565. Justinian ruled tp make sure that the empire can become bigger and have more territory, which lead to conquring land a restoring the Empire.
  • 570


    Muhammad was born In Mecca
  • Period: Apr 13, 600 to Apr 13, 1450

    ghana, Mali, Songhai

    these three countries in western Africa were important in connecting the Mediterranean basin to sub-Sahara Africa. it helped with tthe trans-saharan trade route.
  • Period: Apr 13, 600 to Apr 13, 1450

    Mali And Songhai

    arab conquerers took over ghana and established islam in north africa. They also converted leaders from mali and songhai.
  • Period: Apr 13, 600 to Apr 13, 1200


    The ruler turned into a muslim so while trading through the trans-saharan trade route, merchants slowly started to convert into muslims aswell. By converting into a muslim, the ruler, it helped increase a good relationship with other muslim merchants, so trading eventually caused growth of power and influence.
  • Period: Apr 13, 600 to Apr 13, 1000

    Feudal Japan

    Since the military dictatorship was ruled by landholding clans, the supreme general controlled the military and divided land based off of military power. The emperor throughout this time was just a symbolic figurehead with power.
  • Apr 15, 600

    Western Europe And Middle Ages

    Christianity started to spread.
  • Jan 1, 630


    Muhammad and his followers return to Mecca and capture Mecca.
  • Apr 15, 630


    Muhammad Died
  • Jun 15, 634

    Byzantine Empire

    The Byzantine Empire had many threats of becoming conquered, mostly by Arabs. In 634-650 the Bzantine Empire was captured by Arabs and 2/3 of the Christains became Muslim.
  • Apr 14, 661


    Umayyad Clan took control over.
  • Jan 1, 755

    An Lushan rebellion

  • Apr 15, 1000


    Higher educated schools.
  • Period: Apr 15, 1000 to Apr 15, 1200

    Western Europe And Middle Ages

    Technology played a important role. It also actually doubled the population.
  • Apr 14, 1026

    Byzantine Empire

    The women of the Empire got to rule the Empire alongside thier husband. This became a big socially movement for women because they recived more rights poltically then most women did.
  • Apr 14, 1054

    Byzantine Empire

    Due to many conflicts of religion in the Byzantine Empire the Church split. This is also known as the Great Schism which was when Latin and the Orthodox became new branches of Christianity.
  • Apr 14, 1081

    Byzantine Empire

    The Byzantine Empire was ruled by a family that was a military based aristocracy. The leaders name was Alexius Commeus, this made the empire have a stronger army to least likely be captured again.
  • Apr 14, 1095

    Byzantine Empire

    The Crusades took place from 1095 to 1204. This is when the Muslim and the Christians went to war. This led to a long line of conflicts between Muslims and Christians.
  • Period: Apr 14, 1185 to Apr 14, 1333

    Kamakura period

    This period was about the governance of the Kamakura shogunate and the change to the Japanese "medieval" era.The Civil, military, and judicial matters were controlled by the samurai's class, this period is very different from the old shoen system.
  • Apr 15, 1200

    Western Europe And Middle Ages

    Noblewomen had power and authority which was the important thing to the political power.
  • Period: Jan 1, 1206 to Jan 1, 1368

    Mongol Empire

  • Apr 14, 1206

    India/Delhi Sultan

    During the time period 1206-1236 Muslims invaded India creating a new Empire called the Delhi Sultan. This leds to Sultan Iitumis taking over northern india.
  • Jan 1, 1219

    First Mongol attack in Iran

  • Jan 1, 1221

    First Mongol attack in Russia

  • Jan 1, 1227

    Genghis Khan died

  • Jan 1, 1234

    Mongols conquer northern China

  • Period: Apr 13, 1235 to Apr 13, 1400


    Mansa Musa was one of the first people to fulfill a pillar and also contruct many buildings and bridges, and brought camels and soldiers. He was a really famous person who changed Mali.
  • Apr 14, 1236

    India/Delhi Sultan

    Raziya takes over her dads place in ruling the empire. This is a big impact for women because a women is taking over an Empire. This although leads to imprisionment by the Turks and then her death.
  • Jan 1, 1249

    Mongols attack Beijing

  • Period: Jan 1, 1253 to Apr 15, 1324

    Marco Polo

    In 1253 Marco Polo was born.
    His significance was that he traveled thru the Silk Road to the Mongol Empire in China.
  • Jan 1, 1258

    Mongols conquer Koryo rulers in Korea

  • Jan 1, 1274

    Mongols attack Japan

  • Jan 1, 1279

    Mongol conquest of southern Song

  • Jan 1, 1281

    Mongols attack Japan

  • Apr 14, 1298

    India/Delhi Sultan

    Delhi Sultan captures Gujrat; a rich state. This leads the Delhi Sultan to become a more powerful Empire.
  • Jan 1, 1330

    Timur reign

  • Apr 14, 1333

    Kemmu Restoration

    the kamakuru shogunate was overthrown which was known as the kemmu restoration, by Emperor Go-Daigo. this only lasted 3 years and ended by the samurais opposing to the emperor Go-Daigo.
  • Period: Jan 1, 1340 to


    The black plague started.
  • Apr 14, 1340


    They took advantage of the Mali Empire's decline and successfully made its independence.The Songhai made Gao their capital and began to expand their own throughout the west.
  • Apr 14, 1351

    India/Delhi Sultan

    Delhi Sultan becomes independent . The Muslim no longer rule India, which leads to a downfall to the empire.
  • Apr 14, 1398

    India/Delhi Sultan

    Turko-Mongol leader Timur invaded and captures Delhi. This leads to a later downfall in 1400 of the Delhi Sultan Empire and it never recovers.
  • Apr 14, 1453

    Byzantine Empire

    Due to mistakes in the Byzantine Empire Poltcally, Socially, and Economically the Byzantine fell. This led to the Ottoman Empire to take over the Byxantine Empire.
  • Period: Apr 14, 1464 to Apr 14, 1493

    Songhai; Sonni Ali

    He was powerful and was a muslim who was successful at taking over many countryies. He called himself the most military strategist and conqueror
  • Japan

    Japan ended up becoming a centralized and uinified state which was known as the Empire of Japan. In the end, japan became inperial and took over two places,Korea and Taiwan.
  • Period: to

    Russo-Japanese War

    Tensions over Korea and Mancuria was the cause of the Russo-Japanese War with Russia and the war with china. that war led japan to an imperial power and it proved everybody that a western world can be deafeated by an eastern world.
  • Meiji Restoration

    The Tokugawa shōgun was forced to resign, and after the Boshin War of 1868, the emperor had power again. After that, a period of nationalism and intense socio-economic restructuring known as the Meiji Restoration had begun.
  • Tang dynasty founded

  • Buddhism suppressed

  • Huang Chao rebellion

  • Song dynasty founded

  • Li Shimin reign

  • Wu Zhao reign

  • Four Garrisons of Anxi

    Chinese troops retake four Garrisons of Anxi
  • Period: to Jan 1, 1279

    Song Dynasty

  • Period: to

    Tang Dynasty