Flashback to the Past

  • Period: 500 to Sep 30, 1000

    Western European Middle Ages

    Europe developed the feudal system which is when land is being exchange for protection from the military. The Church, ruler, and the Pope had the power and 1/3 of land is owned by the Church.The noblewomen had more power than the peasant women and they could inherit land if widows and if they don't have sons. 1478 the Spanish Inquistion was run by both the Church and civil also it was used for political and religious reasons. It declined in 1880.
  • 570


    Muhammad was born in 570CE and he the founder of the religon Islam and the community, Medina. Well an angel, Gabriel, appeared to him telling Muhammad that he is the messanger for Allah. He had followers from Medina and after his death, his followers wrote down Muhammad's revelations in the Quran.
  • Jan 1, 600

    China's population 600

    China's population was 45 million
  • Jan 1, 600

    Becoming Muslim 600-1200

    Ruler turned muslim which creted more trading.
  • Jan 1, 600

    Connecting trading routes 600-1450

    Mali, Ghana, Songhai connected mediteranian and sahara mamking trade routes.
  • Jan 1, 600

    Taking over Ghana 600-1450

    Arab took over Ghana then later made islam.
  • Apr 13, 600

    Feudal Japan

    Japan hade a military government and the leaders were the daimyo and the warriors who fought for them were the samurai. In the Kamakura Period they developed more from trading and manufacturing but there was a limited freedom for the people. Japan adopted many foregin ideas that they were mostly influenced by Korea and China, but they reamined with their own traditions. The women could inherite land from their husbands and often owned land but later they began to lose power and influence.
  • Jan 1, 1095


    Most significant of the Crusades was a massive expediton led by the Roman Catholic Church ti get bacj the Palestine from the Muslims. 1095 the Crusades was launched by Pope Urban II. The First Crusade retook Jerusalem in 1187 and the Fourth Crusade never made it to Jerusalem. Their quesr to reach the HOly Land was a failure, so the Crusades ended at 1204CE.
  • Jan 1, 1200

    Song's poulation 1200

    Song's population rose to 115 million.
  • Jan 1, 1206

    Delhi sultante

    Qutb ub-din aybak founded delhi.
  • Jun 15, 1215

    Magna Carta

    The Magna Carta is a document that reduces the power of the government and the king. This tells the people what type of rights they have and that government cannot interfere with these rights.
  • Period: Jan 1, 1220 to Sep 23, 1550


    The Mongols was the world's largest empire. When the Mongles wanted to expand west they were also conquering land. They weren't directly involved in trade but they welcomed foreigners and merchants. Mongols kept moving west but they were defeated in Egypt which caused the Mongols to not keep moving west. Mongols officially ruled two continents until they tried to expand their empire so they invaded Japan, which they lost and this caused Mongol to decline.
  • Jan 1, 1235

    Mansa Musa 1235-1400

    She contributed many of the architectures.
  • Jan 1, 1236

    Taking over father's empire 1236

    Raziyu takes over her dad's empire.
  • Jan 1, 1279

    Conquered by mongols 1279

    Song's last southern part was taken over by mongols.
  • Jan 1, 1298

    Delhi Sultan takes over 1298

    Delhi Sultan takes over Gujrat.
  • Jan 1, 1330

    Islam and the Spread

    Islam have the FIve PIllars and tell the people who their god is and what to do. The women are equal statues to man and their religion is open to everyone. Islam split into the Shia and Sunni because they wanted to believe in two different leaders. 661CE Umayyad clan took control and changed the caliphates into a monarchy. 750Ce Abbasid clan overthrew the Umayyad. Caliphate declined when the Mongols invaded but Islam continued to spread throughout the world.
  • Period: Jan 1, 1340 to

    Black Death

    During this time period the black plague was spreading from the Yunnan region to southwest China. This disease was spread by rats that had fleas and people traveling to different regions and this disease caused the population to decrease since the people were dying from the plague.
  • Jan 1, 1351

    Delhi Sultan independent 1351

    Muslims no longer rule Delhi Sultan.
  • Jan 1, 1398

    Taking over Delhi 1398

    Mongol leader takes over Delhi
  • Jan 1, 1435

    Sunni Ali Fights 1435

    Sunni Ali fights Mali from that region of Africa whrere he establish a region.
  • Sui Dynasty 589-618

    Partialy began to restore and centralize imperial rule.
  • Claming china's capital

    Rebel leader took over chinas capital Xi'am, then clamied he was emperor of Tang
  • Empress Wu 690-705

    A Buddhist that contributed alot of money to monatens and art work.
  • Silla Kingdom 668

    Tang took over Korea then established silla kingsdom.
  • Reunited China 960

    Military comander reunited china becoming song dynasty.
  • Period: to Sep 28, 1453

    Byazantince Empire

    The Byzantine Empire was part of the Roman Empire and it divided into to from east to west. In 527-565CE Justinlan unsuccessfully reconquered the Western Rome. The Byzantine Empire used the Mediterranean Sea to trade silk worms. Since the fall of Rome the churches of the Byzantine and Roman Christian churches splited and created the Roman Catholic Church and Eastern Orthodoz Church. In 1453 is when Byzantine declined.