World History

  • 100

    First Jewish-Roman War

    First Jewish-Roman War
    66BC The Great Revolt began in the year 66 CE, originating in the Greek and Jewish religions clashed and were a major conflict the crisis also increased due to anti-taxation protests and attacks on Roman citizens. The Romans responded by destroying and robbing the Second Jewish Temple and killing up to 6,000 Jews in Jerusalem, starting a full-scale rebellion.
  • 100

    Birth of the Jesus

    Birth of the Jesus
    30BC The said to be masia of ancient times, jesus christ was the son of god who's said to be the creator of all. Jesus Christ was birth from the vergin mary, and was killed for treson. his death was said to be a sacrifice for the peoples sin.
  • 100

    Apostolic Age

    Apostolic Age
    33BC The living age of the 12 apostles which lasted from 33CE to 100CE. This was the age of christianity. 3 of the most known Apostles were Saint Paul, Peter, and James.
  • 100

    Saint Paul

    Saint Paul
    30BC Paul was one of the most important Apostles of the Apostlistic age he established many churches, essembled a large audience, and created many christian commuities.
  • 100

    Saint Peter

    Saint Peter
    30BC Saint Peter was the first pope of the Roman Catholic Church and a freind of jesus himself. Alongside Paul and James Peter established many christian areas.
  • 100

    Cleopatra

    Cleopatra
    30BC Cleopatra, was the last pharaoh of Ancient Egypt. She was a member of the Ptolemaic dynasty, a family of Greek origin that ruled Egypt after Alexander the Great's death. Cleopatra was born 69 BC in October.
  • 100

    Mark Antony

    Mark Antony
    Mark Antony was a Roman politician and general. As a military commander Mark, was a supporter and Important friend of his mother's cousin Julius Caesar. Mark was born January 14, 83BC and died after loosing his wife Cleopatra in 30BC
  • 100

    Mark-Cleopatra

    Mark-Cleopatra
    In 37BC Mark antony married Cleopatra after persuading Cleopatra to lend him the money he needed to form an alliance with Herod the Great. In 41 B.C. Antony began an affair with the Egyptian queen Cleopatra, who had been Caesar's lover in the last years of his life. The queen gave birth to twins, Alexander Helios and Cleopatra Selene.
  • 100

    Huns

    Huns
    91 AD The Huns were a group of nomad people who first appeared in Europe, east of the Volga River, region of the earlier Scythians, with a migration intertwined with the Alans. The Huns seeked land and that land was taken from the barbarians.
  • 100

    Pope

    Pope
    The pope is the leader of the world catholic church. The popes position was established in 1 AD
  • 100

    Catholse

    Catholse
    The following of the cathilic religion. A religion that is governed and lead by the pope. Established in 1 AD
  • 100

    Celibacy

    Celibacy
    The state of being unmarried and/or sexually abstinent, usually for religious reasons
  • 112

    Archimedes

    Archimedes
    Archimedes is killed when the Romans invade Syracuse. Archimedes was a scientist, mathematician and inventor. One of his most famous ideas is Archimedes’ Principle. It states that an object in water will lose the same amount of weight as the weight of the water it takes up. he is known for the great "eureka!". When the Romans finally got into the city Archimedes was killed.
  • 116

    Julius Ceasar

    Julius Ceasar
    Born july 100BC Julius Caesar was a politician and general of the late Roman republic. Julius or Gaius Julius Caesar was an imperialist that greatly extended the roman empire and eventually seized power and the turned it into an imperialistic population.
  • 284

    Tetrarchy

    Tetrarchy
    A tetrarchey is a system in which four rulers are assigned to rule one of four areas in the empire. Tetrarchy was first established by Diocletian after he had taken the throne of Rome.
  • 300

    Iberians

    Iberians
    A native or inhabitant of ancient Iberia in Transcaucasia. they were in allience with rome.
  • 312

    Battle of the Milvian Bridge

    Battle of the Milvian Bridge
    The Battles takes its name from the Milvian Bridge, an important route over the Tiber. Roman politics after the Emperor Diocletian rule was very complicated, since emperors and deputy's of the West and East strived for power. One of them was Flavius Valerius Constantinus, known to history as Constantine the Great. Taking role as emperor by his troops in York, he was appointed Caesar or deputy of the West by Diocletian’s successor, Galerius.
  • 330

    Byzatine

    Byzatine
    The eastern part of the later Roman Empire. Byzantine influence varied greatly over the centuries, but its core remained the Balkan Peninsula and Asia Minor. The empire collapsed when Constantinople fell to the Ottoman Turks in 1453. The byzantine culture influenced many empires and is still part of many communities.
  • 336

    Alexander the Great

    Alexander the Great
    the greek city-state Macedon while fighting amongst themselves weakened the Greek states and His army forces him to return home and he dies at Babylon. The empire is divided amongst his generals and collapses.
  • 378

    Battle of Adrianople

    Battle of Adrianople
    A battle often considered the start of the final collapse of the Western Roman Empire. The battle took place about 8 miles north of Adrianople in the Roman province of Thracia. The goths wanted to settle in Rome and Emperor Valens allowed them, but the dishonesty of the provincial commander Lupinicus and Maximus proved to unwise for it had caused riots.
  • 410

    Barbarians

    Barbarians
    The barbarians where a group of several different tribes. The word barbarian is not the factual term but was a derogitory statement actually meaning "savage' or people who are beneath the Romans. The Barbarians were made up of 6 groups, the Germanics, Celts, Carthaginians, Iberians, Thracians, and Persians.
  • 431

    Peloponnesian War

    Peloponnesian War
    Sparta attacks Athens which was protected by a wall (The Long Walls) and attenpted fight back under their hero, Pericles. The Athens try to rebuild but the spartans stop them.
  • 450

    Celts

    Celts
    A European people originally from central Europe that spread to western Europe, the British Isles, and southeast to Galatia during pre-Roman times.
  • 476

    Huns Fall of Rome

    Huns Fall of Rome
    Rome was invaded by the barbarians after they had lost their land.
    Huns stole the barbarian land and the barbarians went to Rome to replace land that they had lost.
  • 476

    Fall of Rome

    Fall of Rome
    There's said to be many reason's why rome fell. Romulus Augustus, the last Emperor of the Western Roman Empire, was deposed by Odoacer, the battle of Adrianople, barbarian invasions, Nika Riots, Gothic Wars, the building of the Hagia sophia etc. There are many ways Rome could have fallen but none of them are for sure.
  • 478

    Delian League

    Delian League
    The Delian League is formed. An alliance of the Greek city states to help defend themselves against the Persians. .
  • 490

    The Battle of Marathon

    The Battle of Marathon
    This battle marked the end of the first Persian, Greece war. A soldier was sent to run the 26 miles back to Athens with news of the Greek Victory. The London Marathon is based on this run.
  • 500

    Franks

    Franks
    Germanic tribes of the Rhine region in the early Christian era, in about 500 AD they established an extensive empire that reached its greatest power in the ninth century.
  • 506

    The Democracy

    The Democracy
    A man named Cleisthenes introduces the first ever democracy to Athenians.
  • 532

    Nika Riots

    Nika Riots
    The Nika riots ook place over the course of a week in Constantinople. It was the most violent riot in the history of Constantinople, about half the city being burned or destroyed and tens of thousands of people killed. Its still called one of the world's most bloodiest riots
  • 537

    Hagia Sophia

    Hagia Sophia
    The Hagia Sophia was the birth of a new roman culture and the death of an old one. It was built after the nika riots in Constantinople, to replace the old church that was significantly different in appearance. To build his cathedral, Justinian, emperor of Rome at the time, turned to two men named Anthemius and Isidore the Elder both excellent builders that envisioned a new cultural look. The construction of the cathedral started in December 27, 537 and spanned over a period of 6 years, wh
  • 563

    Budism

    Budism
    Buddism was a peacful religion that was started by a man named Siddhartha Gotama who was born into a royal family in Lumbini, now located in Nepal, in 563 BC. At 29, he realised that wealth and luxury did not guarantee happiness, so he explored the different teachings, religions, and philosophies of the day, to find the key to human happiness. After many years of study and meditation he finally found 'the middle path' and was enlightened.
  • Oct 3, 730

    Homer

    Homer
    Homer, a famous writer, writes the epic poems the Iliad and the Odyssey. He is believed to have lived in Ionia in Asia Minor.
  • Oct 20, 752

    Roman Ideals

    Roman Ideals
    Roman Ideals were almost exactly the same as the Greeks for the Romans thought of the greeks as the perfect community.
  • Oct 21, 752

    Romans

    Romans
    Rome's first colonies were said to be Antemnae and Crustumerium located in Italy. Ruled by Romulus.
  • Sep 30, 776

    Olympics

    Olympics
    Greeks were the first to establish an orginized compotition of sports against the best of different areas. Sports included, Boxing, chariot racing, javeline wrestling many more.
  • Dec 11, 1066

    Feudalism

    Feudalism
    Feudalism-Rich people held land and exchanged it to peasants or poor people for military service
    Social classes
    Lords-The boss.. The guy who owns all the land
    Vassal- The class that owned small parcels of land but didn’t work it
    Serfs-People that worked the land under the vassals employment
  • May 25, 1085

    Gregory VII

    Gregory VII
    Or Hildebrand. A cathilic head bishop, who after fighting with Henry IV, is killed for argueing over who acounts bishops. He was born 25 May 1085, in Sovana Italy.
  • Jan 13, 1095

    The Crusades

    The Crusades
    The first crusade, which lasted from 1095-1099, established the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem, providing more land for knights, who often travelled across Europe to try their fortunes and to visit the Holy Sepulchre.The crusades were a non-violent religious battle fought to spread different religions.
  • Jan 20, 1166

    King John

    King John
    (24 December 1166 – 18/19 October 1216), He is a coward and a crybaby, who after his brother King Richard who goes to the crusade, he assumes the crown and becomes somewhat a dictator, leaving his subjects in poverty. He was king from 6 April 1199 until his death in 1216
  • Sep 30, 1180

    Trojan War

    Trojan War
    the Trojan war was said to be a very suprising victory. most of what the documentation says is myth such as helen being the most beautiful woman in the world, the trojan horse actually being a tactic, and magic and the gods were involved.
  • Sep 15, 1253

    Marco Polo

    Marco Polo
    Marco Polo was a merchant and explorer who traveled the Far East and China for most of his life. Marco Polo's father and uncle wanted to try something different. Marco and his uncle and father wanted to travel all the way to China and bring the goods straight back to Venice. Hoping they could make a fortune, Marco, his ungle and father spent 9 years and finally made their fortune. He lived from 1253 to 1324
  • Jan 13, 1300

    Robin Hood

    Robin Hood
    English legal records say that, a man named “Robehod,” “Rabunhod” was tried along with his criminal associates. The other charecters depicted in the story of robin Hood are acurate but as for robin hood himself no one knows.
  • Dec 13, 1300

    Ottoman Empire

    Ottoman Empire
    This empire developed by the Turks between the fourteenth and twentieth centuries. It was succeeded in the 1920s by the present-day republic of Turkey. At its peak, the Ottoman Empire included, besides present day Turkey, large parts of the Middle East, and southeastern Europe.
  • Jan 30, 1395

    Jan Van Eyke

    Jan Van Eyke
    Van Iyke was born in 1390 Masseik, Bishopric of liege, Holy Roman Empire. Jan was a painter in the 13 to 1400's who created many masterpeinces. Jan's art focuse mainly on realism meaning most of his painting were realistic. Only 23 of Jan Van Eyke's peices remain today. He died in 1441
  • Feb 28, 1398

    Medici Family

    Medici Family
    The Medici were possibly the richest family in Italy. In the 13th Century the family began to gain wealth thanks to Cosimo de Medici The head of the families son.The family had spent a fair amount of money on the city of Florence and supported many artists and sculptors and founded the Platonic Academy.
  • Jan 21, 1400

    Renaissance

    Renaissance
    The renaissance was the rebirth of roman ideas. Taking place in italy the people could recreate the great roman age.
  • Jan 20, 1412

    Joan of Arc

    Joan of Arc
    Joan of Arc was born to Isabelle Romee and Jacques d’Arc in Domremy, France. At a young age she would see halicinations of three godesses that would tell her to drive the english out of france. After she had turned 16 she joined the millitary and led large armies to chase out england.
  • Apr 15, 1452

    Leonardo Da Vinci

    Leonardo Da Vinci
    Da Vinci was a sculpter, painter, Architect, musician, mathmatician, Engineer, inventor, anatomist, geologist, cartographer, botanist, and writer.He was born on April 14, 1452 and died on May 2, 1519. Leonardo had been researching and discouvoring topics, formulas, and items far ahead of his time, and created many things that are still used today.
  • Feb 18, 1478

    The Spanish Inquisition

    The Spanish Inquisition
    The Spanish Inquisition was the catholic church giving the O.K to torture and kill anyone who wasn't a catholic.
  • Nov 10, 1483

    Martin Luther

    Martin Luther
    Martin Luther was a catholic monk who triggered the protests against the catholic church. Martin wrote 95 wrongs that the catholic church was doin.He died in Feb 18, 1546
  • Feb 27, 1492

    Reconquista

    Reconquista
    The Reconquista is a period that lasted 781 years in the history of the Iberian Peninsula. Beginning after the Islamic conquest in 711-718 to the fall of Granada, in 1492. It was The Catholic Churches attemt to drive out the muslums from Spain.
  • Aug 12, 1492

    Columbus

    Columbus
    Christopher Columbus is the explorer who is credited for discovering America.Columbus thought he could sail straight to China by crossing the Atlantic Ocean. But to his suprise there was land inbetween them, the America's.
  • Jan 21, 1517

    Prodestant Reformation

    Prodestant Reformation
    The catholic church were fighting wars, building extravigant churches, and extorting money. The church had inflated power.
  • Jan 21, 1517

    The Great Schism

    The Great Schism
    The Christian(catholic), Roman catholic, Greek orthidox, Lutheran, calvinist got in many disagreements. In the time of these disagreements the anglican church was started.
  • Feb 28, 1517

    Prodestant Reformation

    Prodestant Reformation
    The Protestant Reformation was a 16th century movement that changed many things about the Catholic Church.People were now allowed to worship God as they believed and they no longer relied on the Catholic Church for guidance with religious matters.
  • Feb 1, 1519

    Aztec Conquest

    Aztec Conquest
    A war between the Aztec Empire and the Spanish Europians. In seach of gold and treasures Spanish Conquistidors invaded the Aztec Empire. The battle began in February 1519, and was declared victorious on August 13, 1521
  • Feb 27, 1519

    Magellan's Voyage Round the World

    Magellan's Voyage Round the World
    Ferdinand Magellan was a Portuguese sailor. He wanted to try to reach Southeast Asia, where many spices grew, by sailing westwards across the Atlantic Ocean. He set sail in 1519 with five ships and about 260 men. Magellian was killed in a fight with islanders in the Philippines. He died on 27 April 1521 on Mactan Island, Cebu, the Philippines.
  • Feb 26, 1524

    Mayan Conquest

    Mayan Conquest
    In 1524, a group of Spanish conquistadores under the command of Pedro de Alvarado moved into Muayan territory, present-day Guatemala and pilaged and destroyed the cities and towns for gold.
  • Feb 26, 1532

    Incan Conquest

    Incan Conquest
    Francisco Pizarro an spanish conquistidor, first made contact with the Inca Empire inpresent day Peru, Ecuador, Chile, Bolivia and Colombia. over the next 20 years, Incans were slaughtered and enslaved over thepossession of the Inca cities and wealth
  • Jan 21, 1562

    Anglican

    Anglican
    The Anglican religion was a split off of the larger Roman Catholic church. The Religion was started by Henry the VIII who wished to divorce his wive, but never being able to due to his religious limits. The Anglican Church is the same as the Roman Catholic church, except the freedom to divorce.
  • Common Good

    Common Good
    A philosophy by Jean-Jacques Rousseau, it state that all people have a natural right to an extent.
  • Maximilien Robespierre

    Maximilien Robespierre
    Maximilien Robespierre, was a political man who was opposed to the corruption he saw in the French royal court and among the French nobility. He quickly rose through the ranks because he accused his competitors of crimes and had them tried and executed.He was the head of 'the committee', an executive group that was responsible for the execution of hundreds of citizens. He died in july 28 1794
  • Maximilien de Robespierre

    Maximilien de Robespierre
    Robespierre was a French lawyer and politician, and one of the best-known and most influential figures of the French Revolution.
    He was the reason for the Riegn of Terror.
  • Napoleon Bonaparte

    Napoleon Bonaparte
    Napoleon Bonaparte was a French military and political leader who rose to rule during the late stages of the French Revolution and its association with the wars in Europe. Napoleon Rose to power and was defeated and sent to exile.
  • Simon Bolivar

    Simon Bolivar
    He was one of the most powerful figures in political history. He led the independence movement for many nations including Venezuela, panama, equador Ect.. He was the equalivilent to George Washington and Thomas Jefferson. He wrote many freedom documents.
  • Tennis court oath

    Tennis court oath
    The French estates Unite to overthrow the king and govern the country.
  • Storming the Bastille

    Storming the Bastille
    French revolutionists invade fortresses to free ploitical prisioners and take weapons. This was the start of the beginning of the French Revolution
  • French Revolution

    French Revolution
    The French revolution was started over the introduction of new and equal forms of goverment. The first account of the French Revolution starting was the Storming of Bestille.
  • Storming Bestille

    Storming Bestille
    The Storming of the Bastille occurred in Paris, France on the morning of 14 July 1789. The storming of the armory was the first account of the bigginging of the French Revolution.
  • Con.of the Right of Man

    Con.of the Right of Man
    The French National Assembly in 1789 layed down a constitution similar to the declaration of independence it declared the Human right to the people of France.
  • Reign of Terror

    Reign of Terror
    The Riegn of Terror was a period of violence that occurred after the beggining of the French Revolution, started though conflict between rival political factions, the Girondins and the Jacobins, and its affect was the mass executions of "enemies of the revolution".
  • 3 French Estates

    3 French Estates
    The First Estate was the clergy which was royals and religious leaders. The Second Estate was the nobility, the men and women who serve under the royals goverment. The Third Estate was everybody else such as peasents and poor farmers.
  • Vienna Agreement

    Vienna Agreement
    The Vienna Agreement was the deciision created by the French Goverment to ensue a long lasting peace by establishing a balence in power while protecting the monarchy.
  • Karl Marx

    Karl Marx
    Karl Marx was an intelectual who studied and wrote about Economics, as well as a philosopher who realized the role of the philosopher was not just interpretating the world veiws but to change them. He wrote the Communist Manifesto. He believed workers should be given more power in the way they run their lives and factories.
  • The Spread of Revolution

    The Spread of Revolution
    When France sneezes, somewhere in europe gets sick.
  • Texas Ranger Division

    Texas Ranger Division
    Also called the Texas Rangers this acupation is a law enforcement agency within state of Texas, and is based in Austin, Texas. The Texas Ranger division were the law during the first colinization of Texas.
  • Battle of Neches

    Battle of Neches
    On January 15-16, 1839, the battle of Neches, which was the principle engagement of the Cherokee wars, broke out over the Neches River in Redland community (between Tyler and Ben Wheeler, Texas). The battle was fought between the local Texans(European Origin) and the native Cherokees.
  • Communist Manifesto

    Communist Manifesto
    The Communist Manifesto originally titled Manifesto of the Communist Party is a short 1848 publication written by the political theorists Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. It was Karl Marx's idea of freedom and equality.
  • Old Regime

    Old Regime
    The old regime is a form of goverment in pre revolutionary france. It composed of three social classes, the Royals which were the highest class, the Nobles which were under the royals, clergy, which was the lowest and made up most of France.
  • Rasputin

    Rasputin
    The care taker of the last czars son who, when the czar goes to war, his wife leaves in charge. He was a peasent who was illiterate. The nobles assasinated him.
  • Vladimir Ilyich Lenin

    Vladimir Ilyich Lenin
    Lenin was a communist revolutionary, who instead of following the laws of communism, turned the Russian empire into more of a dictatorship.
  • Silk Road

    Silk Road
    The silk raod was a road that extended 4,000 miles across asia. The silk road was the trading post for most of asia and was how most spices and goods got from the islands to europe.
  • Stalin

    Stalin
    Joseph Stalin or Iosif Vissarionovich Stalin, was the leader of the Soviet Union from the mid-1920s until his death in 1953. He turned russian communsm into more af a dictatorship.
  • Adolf Hitler

    Adolf Hitler
    Adolf Hitler was an Austrian-born German politician and the leader of the Nazi Party. Hitler was at the center of Nazi Germany, World War II in Europe, and the Holocaust. Hitler was a fascist who believed the whole world should be one race, and that all who arn't part of his perfect race should be removed.
  • Mao Zedong

    Mao Zedong
    Mao Zedong was a Chinese Communist revolutionary and the founding father of the People's Republic of China, In the beginning of his reign Mao helped and carried the people, he even gave women full rights! But mao expected too much and led his people to starvation
  • First Italo ethiopian war

    First Italo ethiopian war
    From 1895 to 1896 A war called the First Italo Ethiomian war took place. The War was foght to seize control over the red sea.
    Led by a treaty signed by the others, ethiopia had to use military force and take action over the red sea.
  • Bread Riots

    Bread Riots
    A series of riots that brought on the French revolution. Hungry lower class citezens rioted and stole from local busnesses, stealing food and bread.
  • Weimar Republic

    Weimar Republic
    The Weimar republic was established in Germany to replace the imperial form of government. It is named after Weimar, the city where the constitutional assembly took place.
  • Fascism

    Fascism
    A Radical form of nationalism, fascism is a for of goverment that believe that no one can achieve complete happyness and that in order to get what you want u need to take it. Hitler was a fascist.
  • Third Reich

    Third Reich
    Nazi Germany and the Third Reich are common names for Germany during the period from 1933 to 1945, during the Holicaust and WW2, when its government was controlled by Adolf Hitler.
  • The Great Purge

    The Great Purge
    The Great Purge was a series of campaigns of political repression and persecution in the Soviet Union orchestrated by Joseph Stalin Repression of peasants and the Red Army leadership, and widespread police surveillance, suspicion of "saboteurs", imprisonment, and arbitrary executions were all the results of the perge.
  • Truman Doctrine

    Truman Doctrine
    Communism was seen as a threat. Truman doctrine aimed to reduce that threat by providing aid $ to a number of nations so that they would be less likely to adopt/be influenced by/succumb to communism.
  • The Great Leap Foward

    The Great Leap Foward
    The reform was led by Mao Zedong and aimed to turn the country from an a poor farming economy into a communist society through sudden industrialization. The reform caused the Great Chinese Famine.
  • Benito Mussolini

    Benito Mussolini
    Benito Amilcare Andrea Mussolini was an Italian politician, journalist, and leader of the National Fascist Party, ruling the country as Prime Minister from 1922 until his ousting in 1943. He is the creator of fascism.