Era of Muhammad

  • 570

    Early life

    Early life
    The birth of muhammad. His father, ‘Abdu’llah ibn ‘Abdu’l-Muttalib, had died before his birth, and his mother, Amina bint Wahb, swiftly puts him into the care of a wet-nurse named Halimah.
  • 570

    Tarquinius Priscus 570-632

    Tarquinius Priscus 570-632
    His wealth and behavior won Tarquin important friends, including the king, Ancus, who, in his will, appointed Tarquin guardian of his children.Tarquin created 100 new senators. Then he waged war against the Latins.Died with an ax to the head.
  • Period: 570 to Dec 2, 632

    events happening during muhammads time

  • 575

    death of his mother

    After his mother's death, Muhammad is taken in by his grandfather.
  • Dec 2, 610

    First revelation

    Muhammad receives what he comes to believe is his first otherworldly visitation, which he later identifies with the angel Jibreel and a revelation from Allah. At first, he believes he may be possessed by a demon, and attempts to commit suicide, only to be stopped by the angel.
  • Dec 2, 613

    Islam preached publicy

    For the first time, Muhammad begins to preach Islam publicly in Mecca. His preaching is met with scepticism, and he is accused of plagiarising the “tales of the ancients”.One of his most sternest of critics is his own uncle, Abu Lahab, who is cursed by name in the Qur'an. The Meccans ask for miracles, but Muhammad gives them none.
  • Dec 2, 616

    Ancus Marcius 616- 641

    He left the appointed priests of Rome to deal with religious matters, while he himself led the soldiers against the Latins. Ancus razed several smaller towns and transferred their citizens to Rome, once again greatly increasing the population of Rome. Died after being in charge for 24 years.
  • Dec 2, 621


    Chinese government establishes state department for the manufacture of porcelain
  • Dec 2, 622

    Muslim calendar

    Muslim calendar
    first year of the Muslim calendar is recorded.It contains 12 months that are based on the motion of the moon.Each month starts when the lunar crescent is first seen (by a human observer’s eye) after a new moon.
  • Dec 2, 627

    The battle of the trench

    The battle of the trench
    The Battle of the Trench was not a battle at all, but a fortnight-long siege. Having heard of the strength of the approaching Meccan army, Muhammad's companion, Salman the Persian, advises him there should be trenches dug around the northern front of Medina to prevent hostile Meccans from entering Muslim territory. Coming unprepared for a siege, the Meccan army retreat after two weeks.
  • Dec 2, 632

    Death of Muhammad

    Death of Muhammad
    Muhammad's last days are spent with Aisha in her house, where he continues to issue orders and curse the Christians and Jews. Slumped against her bosom, he finally dies on the 8th of July.
  • first marriage

    Muhammad marries his wealthy twice-divorced distant cousin, Khadijah, who later becomes his first follower. She had already borne two sons and a daughter from her previous marriages, and the union between her and the "insignificant" Muhammad is a controversial one which almost leads to bloodshed.
  • The Treaty of Hudaybiyya

    Muhammad and his men attempt to make a pilgrimage to Mecca. His forces are met outside the city by the pagan Meccans. Muhammad and the pagan Meccans conclude the Treaty of Hudaybiyya, a ten-year truce.
  • Christianity to Britain

    Christianity to Britain
    St. Augustine of Canterbury brings Christianity to Britain.Missionaries had gone to Britain years before but the Saxon conquest of England had forced these Christians into hiding. Augustine and his monks were to bring these Christians back into the fold and convince the warlike conquerors to become Christians themselves.
  • Serivius Tulius 534-579

    Serivius Tulius 534-579
    During the reign of Tarquinius Priscus,,Serivius was a little slave boy who was sleeping and his head caught on fire, noone put the fire out and he kept sleeping. Tanaquil, wife of Tarquinius, told them to let his hair burn as it was a sign that he was special Servius was raised by Tarquin as if he were his own son.When Tarquin died Serivius took charge and was known for structuring of the Roman classes.
  • Plague of Justinian

    Plague of Justinian that affected Europe ended in 594. Ths plagued affected Byzantine Empire was known to be on the greatest plagues of the history. It was later known for causing or contributing to the Black Death of the 14th centruy.
  • Gregory 1

    Gregory I becomes first monk elected pope; Lays down principles of papal authority over secular rulers