Aksum's OriginAksum was first mentioned in a Greek guidebook written around A.D. 100. The first ruler's name was Zoskales. Zoskales was told to be a fair, yet strict ruler. He wanted his kingdom to be very powerful, lasting for many years.
Aksum Reaches Its HeightThe kingdom starts to reach its height under the ruler, Ezana.
Ezana Turns his attention towards KushEzana turns his attention to conquer the declining empire of the Kushites.
Ezana conquers the KushitesEzana conquers the people of Kush, and burned their leader, Meroë, to death.
Jul 7, 632
Muslim Invaders Start to ConquerThe army from the religion of Islam start to conquer most of the area in the Mediterranean and they head down to the area where the East African Kingdom of Aksum strives.
Apr 23, 710
Aksum Falls with AdulisAdulis, the key city of trade in Aksum, is taken down by the Muslim invaders. After this happens, Aksum loses all connection with the outer world and most of its power. This causes the kingdom to fall
Period: toNov 5, 720
Aksum Kingdom of Eastern Africa
Period: toJan 1, 710
Eastern African Kingdom of AksumThe kingdom in East Africa know as Aksum.