Post Classical Era

  • Period: 100 to

    Christianity as rulers/leaders/visionaries

    Christianity and the palpacy has made it to the timeline due to their control of Europe with the crusades and picking or approving emperors and kings.
  • Period: 300 to Jan 31, 1100

    Mayan Empire

    The Mayans were largely influenced by the Olmecs, inheriting the bloodletting, science and maths, writing, and the ball game.
  • 500

    Bloodletting

    At this time, bloodletting makes a reappearence by the Mayans.
  • Period: 500 to Jan 31, 1500

    Post Classical

  • Period: 500 to Jan 31, 1100

    Olmec calender continues -Event-

    The calendar made by the Olmecs makes a reasppearence in the Mayan society.
  • Period: Jan 31, 606 to Jan 31, 648

    Harsha's Kingdom

    This kingdom arose after the collapse of the Gupta dynasty. The founder and only king of this kingdom was Harsha. King Harsha managed to reunite India after it's split. He conquered the northern portion after becoming king of the southern region. He was known for helping his subjects as much as he could when they needed it.
  • Jan 31, 612

    Subdued Revolts

    King Harsha of India subdues all of those who opposed his rule using five thousand war elephants, twenty thousand calvary, and fifty thousand infantry.
  • Jan 31, 648

    Decline of Harsha's Kingdom

    King Harsha is assassinated and his kingdom falls to ruin. India reverts to a battleground.
  • Jan 31, 670

    Rise of Srivijaya

    The rise of Srivijaya happened after the decline of the Funan, a kingdom that controlled the lower parts of the Mekong River in southeast Asia.
  • Period: Jan 31, 670 to Jan 31, 1025

    Kingdom of Srivijaya

    This kingdom took over the political control of southeast Asia after the fall of Funan. The kings of this empire built a great army and controlled the commerce in the southeast Asian waters. They also maintained an sea trade route between China and India.
  • Jan 31, 711

    Conquering of the Sind

    In 711 ce, Islamic forces managed to take over the Sind, which is the Indus River valley in northwest India.
  • Period: Jan 31, 751 to Jan 31, 843

    Carolingian Empire

    This empire was founded be Charles Martel. The empire's greatest leader was Charlemagne, who was the grandson Charles Martel. He inherited the Frankish throne and eventually spread his empire to enclose most of modern day France, Belgium, the Netherlands, and southwaestern Germany.
  • Jan 31, 768

    Beginning of Charlemagne's Rule

    Charlemagne's reign began with Charlemagne reestablished centralized imperial rule.
  • Jan 31, 800

    Charlemange

    Charlemange is given the title of Emperor by Pope Leo III, which gave him the right to imperial rule.
  • Feb 1, 800

    Ships

    The Vikings diveloped ships with fatter bottoms and shallow drafts allowing sailing on the ocean and sailing up rivers to raid.
  • Period: Feb 1, 800 to Feb 1, 1500

    Norse Expansion

    The Norse expanders and raiders, the Vikings, these Vikings didn't have one ruler but many leaders but they are still a big part of Eupoean history.They didn't end in 1500 but slowly were beaten back and not as hear of.
  • Jan 31, 889

    Decline of Srivijaya

    At this point, the kingdom of Srivijaya begins to decline and the kingdom of Angkor begins to strengthen.
  • Period: Feb 1, 889 to Feb 1, 1431

    Kingdom of Angkor

    This kingdom, along with the Srivijaya, were originally devoted to Hinduism, and their architecture reflects that. The kingdom of Angkor took over the political influence of India in southeast Asia after the decline of Srivijaya. Eventually, the kings converted to Buddhism.
  • Period: Jan 31, 900 to Jan 31, 1250

    Cahokia

    Mound building society in North America around big rivers.
  • Feb 1, 994

    Raid of London

    About 100 Viking ships attacked and raided London about 994.
  • Jan 31, 1000

    Math and numbers

    Knowledge of math and counting helped the Mayans.
  • Jan 31, 1000

    Mounds

    Big mounds around east St. Louis that are very big 30mX200mX300m.
  • Jan 31, 1000

    Trade America

    Trade all alone the big rivers allowed population increase and new materials.
  • Jan 31, 1000

    Trading with Africa

    Trading of ivory, gold and slaves heavy on the east side. Lots of female slaves for house work.
  • Jan 31, 1000

    Housing in africa

    Housing in africa mostly built out of mud and clay some even 100% wood.
  • Period: Jan 31, 1000 to Jan 31, 1400

    Swahili cities

    Trading city states along the coast, no one ruler traded with Arabs in a big way.
  • Feb 1, 1000

    Newfoundland

    In 1000 the Norse started a colony in Canada. This helps show the extent of their seafaring abilities.
  • Period: Feb 1, 1096 to Feb 1, 1099

    First Crusade -Event-

    This crusade started by the Christian church was bloody and hard on the Euopean states but still people went hoping to gain favor with the palpacy.
  • Feb 1, 1100

    Beginning of Buddist Conversion in Angkor

    During the two centuries following 1100, the Khmers of Angkor began conversion to Buddhism.
  • Jan 31, 1200

    Trade

    Copper, raffia cloth, and nimbu shells.
  • Period: Jan 31, 1200 to Jan 31, 1400

    Mali Empire

    Big empire in Africa. Massive trade through Sahara, taxed a lot.
  • Period: Jan 31, 1200 to

    Kingdom of Kongo

    Kingdom in South Africa, collection of groups coming together.
  • Period: Feb 1, 1202 to Feb 1, 1204

    Fourth Crusade -Event-

    As these crusades against all those not Christian continued new trade items and foods were brought back re- sparking a surge in global trade that Europe had been cut off from for a while.
  • Period: Jan 31, 1206 to Jan 31, 1526

    The Sultanates of Dehli

    The Sultanates of Delhi were the sultans who lead the Islamic takeover in India. During the 1300's, the sultans controlled a large army that helped them rank as one of the most powerful Islamic states.
  • Jan 31, 1235

    Lion Prince Sundiata

    Started the Mali empire and helped expand the trade.
  • Period: Jan 31, 1312 to Jan 31, 1337

    Mansa Musa -Event-

    Ruled Mali, Extremely wealthy and on his hajj to Mecca he gave away lots of gold.
  • Jan 1, 1345

    Tenochtitlan

    The first great city of the Aztecs is founded.
  • Period: Jan 31, 1345 to Jan 31, 1519

    The Mexica or Aztecs

    Traders and conquers in Mesoamerica. Subjugated people and forced tribute.
  • Jan 31, 1400

    Many cults of religion

    The Aztecs had many diffrent cults of religion.
  • Feb 1, 1431

    Abandonment of Angkor

    The kings ( the Khmers) abandon Angkor after Thai peoples invade the capital and left most of it in ruins.
  • Jan 31, 1519

    Spanish arrival

    Spansish have made land fall and liked what they saw.
  • Fall

    The kingdom eventually went under due to Portuguese traders undermining political structures.