12625421459l5u6dh

Chronology of World History

  • 163

    63 B.C.E Defeat of Mithridates VI Eupator

    63 B.C.E Defeat of Mithridates VI Eupator
    Mithridates was the king of Pontus, a key set of conflicts both in Rome's military conquest of the East and in the development of Roman relations with its cultures. He was an intellectual that took geart intrest in scientific reaearch, A highly successful military conqueror in his own right. his forces and his consolidation of colected information was obtrained by the Roman general Pompey after Mithridates defeat in 63 B.C.E.
  • 221

    221 B.C.E Creation of the Chinese Empire

     221 B.C.E Creation of the Chinese Empire
    In 221 B.C.E the Qin state was formed in China, It defeated all of its competitors in the reagon and united all of the kingdoms under one empire. there new way of orginization and bureaucracy witch was the tiping point that let them become dominent over there rivals.
  • 280

    Kama Sutra written

    Kama Sutra written
    The kama Sutra was said to have been written between the fourth and sixth centuries c.e in Gupta period (280-550)
  • 312

    Emperor Constantine converts to Christianity

    Emperor Constantine converts to Christianity
    Emperor Constantine converts to Christianity after wining the battle of Milvian Bridge.
  • 500

    Start of Japanese Classical Period

    Start of Japanese Classical Period
    The Japanese Classical Period started in 500 and ended in 1185. It was heavily influenced by Chinese culture. Spacificly the liturature, societal values, and religon.
  • 551

    Confucius born 551 B.C.E

    Confucius born 551 B.C.E
    confucius lived from 551 B.C.E to 479 B. C. E he was chinas most renowned thinker, was an indipendent teacher and political advisor in the feudal periodthat preceded the founding of the Qin Empire.
  • Jan 1, 600

    Christianity takes off

    Christianity takes off
    Christianity takes off around this period beacuse of the fall of the Roman Empire and a war torn Europe.
  • Dec 1, 768

    Charlemagne's Christian Empire

    Charlemagne's Christian Empire
    The first Christian Empire was Charlemagne's in France from 768-814
  • Jan 1, 793

    The Raiding of Britain

    The Raiding of Britain
    The Scandinavian raids of Britain started in 790 and then was in full swing by 793. The first raid was that of the St. Cuthbert monastery in Lindisfarne.
  • Jan 1, 921

    Ibn Fadlan seeks alliance with Bulgars

    Ibn Fadlan seeks alliance with Bulgars
    In 921 the Muslim caliph of Baghdad sent Ibn Fadlan on a mission to the King of the Bulgars. The Muslim king of the Bulgars may have been looking for an alliance with the caliph of Baghdad against the Khazars, sandwiched between them just west of the Caspian Sea.it is believed that these two groups would one day become one with many other tribes and form the Vikings.
  • Jan 1, 960

    Eirik the red arrival to Iceland

    Eirik the red arrival to Iceland
    Eric the red came to Iceland with his family in 960 after his father had to flee Norway because of "some killings" .
  • Jan 1, 982

    Eirik the red exiled from Iceland

    Eirik the red exiled from Iceland
    Eirik the red was exiled from Iceland in 982 after he committed murder in the heat of two quarrels. Exile meant searching for a settlement even further west, leaving Eirik to Greenland. Although not the first to see or land in Greenland, Eirik established the first colony there.
  • Jan 1, 1003

    Eirik the red dies

    Eirik the red dies
    Eirik the read lived from 950-1003 he died at the age of 47, he was murdered in a hostile takeover of greenland by locals. the take over was caused by the start of the mini ice age.
  • Jan 1, 1054

    Split of the Church

    Split of the Church
    In 1054 the Churchsplit into two parts the Greek and Roman Church's. This was caused by to many young nobalmen fighting and takeing land from one and other.
  • Jan 1, 1200

    Native people of Easter Island arive

    Native people of Easter Island arive
    The Easter Island natives arive on Easter island around 1200 AD so speculate that they arived ealyer at around 500 or 400 AD i do not agree with theses specualations
  • Jan 1, 1215

    Chingis Khan conquerd northern China

    Chingis Khan conquerd northern China
    Chingis Khan united the tribes of the steppe and conquered northern China, capturing Peking by 1215.
  • Apr 1, 1241

    Mongol's into Europe

    Mongol's into Europe
    In April 1241, one Mongol army destoyed a combined force of Polish and German armies, wile another Dfeated the Hungarian army and threatened Austria.
  • Jan 1, 1275

    Marco Polo in China

    Marco Polo in China
    Marco Polo was said to have stayed in China from 1275 to 1292 before returning to venice. He got there useing the silk road witch travaled over Mongolia into China
  • Jan 1, 1349

    The Plague in Cairo

    The Plague in Cairo
    In January 1349, there appeared new symptoms that consisted of spitting up blood. The disease caused one to exerience an internal fever, followed by an uncontrollable desire to vomit: then one spat up blood and died.
  • Jan 1, 1400

    Spices

    Spices
    Spices become huge in Europe in the 14 Century. They are trasported to Europe over India and the middle east. They become very over used on all sorts of foods and then they dieout for a long time.
  • Jan 1, 1500

    first encounter with coffee

    first encounter with coffee
    Europeans first encountered coffee in the 1500's in the ottoman empire. the beverage became very fationable for 200 years.
  • Jan 1, 1519

    Spanish conquistadors in Mexico

    Spanish conquistadors in Mexico
    Bernal Diaz accompanied Hernando Cortes and the Conquistadors who were the first Europeans to see the cities of the central Mt Plateau dominated by the Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan.
  • Food in the Tokugawa Shogunate

    Food in the Tokugawa Shogunate
    the Tokugawa Shogunate was the start of the more modern japaese food. The 12th Century mixed the elite food dishes with poor dishes to form the japanese food we know today
  • The coffee house

    The coffee house
    the coffee house was introduced to England in the mid 15th century. Coffee was seen as the middle class drink, the poor drank beer all day and it made them bad workers. The middle class strived to be great workers and the coffee made them more alert therefore giveing them an edge on the compatition.
  • Spanish Conquest of the mayan civilization

    Spanish Conquest of the mayan civilization
    The Spanish Conquest of the mayan civilization sarted in 1551 and ended in 1697
  • Duch arive at Easter Island

    Duch arive at Easter Island
    The island name dirives from its "discovery" by the dutch explorer Jacob Roggeveen, Him and his crew were looking to restock when the discovered the island in 1722
  • The poor copy the middle class

    The poor copy the middle class
    an account from Le Grand d'Aussy in 1782 sugess that coffee has becomeso popular that the poor are now trying to pass off watter and coffee gounds as coffee.
  • Period: to

    Time span of Lessons

  • The Crusades

    The Crusades
    the start of the crusades in 1096 was in the defence of muslum invation of Europe. It was backed by the Church and was mostly motivated by religon as well.
  • End of the world?

    End of the world?
    The last known date on the mayan calendar is said to indicate the end of the world. 2 movies have been made in responce to this idea.
  • (121-180) B.C,E Marcus Aurelius

    (121-180)  B.C,E Marcus Aurelius
    Marcus Aurelieus was born in 121 B.C.E he was known as one of the five great eperors of Rome and a highly ranked philosopher. Much or his reign was taken up with wars but he did initiate legal reform on behalf of slaves, minors,and widows. He was a folower of Stoicism witch believed that negative emotions were the result of poor jugment and that wisdom made one immune to pain or misfortune.