Semester 2 Timetoast Events

  • 111

    Han armies conquer the region

    Han armies conquer the region
    In 111BC the Han armies take over the region, and the chinese are in control for 1000 years. This is important because the Vietnamese adopt to the chinese way and they end up building a government system similar to the Chinese
  • 404

    Lat Gladiador Competition

    This was a common thing in the Roman empire for pure entertainment. Imporant because it was the end of the gladiator entertainment.
  • 590

    Gregory the Great Pope

    Took power of the church away from the kings. He died from being exiled and the sniffles. Important because he was a huge influence in the change of the churches.
  • Jun 26, 792

    the 700 Year War

    The 700 year war was the driving of Muslims out of Spain. The importance if the 700 year war was that it led to the start of exploration. Which led to the discovery and exploration of the New World.
  • Jun 26, 990

    Romans adopt Julian Calander

    Roman adopted a new calender causing them to slowly figure out times of seasons. Imporant because it led to the start of tracking time.
  • Feb 3, 1054

    The Great Schism

    The Great Schism
    The Great Schism happened in 1054. It was when the Roman Catholic and Greek Orthodox churches split. It's important because it's the first split of the Christian Church.
  • May 28, 1054

    The Great Schism

    The Great Schism is when the Greek Orthodox and Roman Catholic Church split
  • Feb 3, 1066

    William The conqueror Conquered England

    William The conqueror Conquered England
    Willaim the Conqueror conquered England in 1066. This is important becasue he drastically changed the English language
  • Dec 25, 1066

    William Conquered England

    King William conquers England on Christmas. This is important because he combined english and french, because the only language he was able to speak was french. And it's the language we speak now
  • Apr 14, 1095

    Pope Urbans Speech

    Pope Urban gave a speech trying to pursuade people to join the crusades
  • Jun 26, 1096

    The First Crusade

    The First Crusade (1096 - 1099) played a very important part in Medieval England. The First Crusade was an attempt to re-capture Jerusalem. After the capture of Jerusalem by the Muslims in 1076, any Christian who wanted to pay a pilgrimage to the city faced a very hard time. Muslim soldiers made life very difficult for the Christians and trying to get to Jerusalem was filled with danger for a Christian. This greatly angered all Christians.
  • Aug 30, 1096

    The First Crusade

    1096 - 1099 The First Crusade was an attempt to re-capture Jerusalem. Muslim soldiers made life very difficult for the Christians and trying to get to Jerusalem was dangerous for Christians
  • Jun 26, 1189

    Robin Hood

    A questionable figure in history, he stold from the rich and gave to the poor, or so they say in all of his stories. He is important because he shows us that fact and legend can blur and make us question if all of history is accurate.
  • Apr 1, 1200

    Muslims rule India

    Muslims rule India
    Starting in the early 1200's muslims take control of Northern India. This is important because they start to spread their religion through Indonesia and east to the Philippines
  • Oct 21, 1201

    The Fourth Crusade

    The Fourth Crusade took place between 1201 and 1204, eight years after the end of the Third Crusade. The driving force behind the Fourth Crusade was the newly­ elected Pope Innocent III, who decided to launch an attack against the united Egyptians, who had Jerusalem under their control. Pope Innocent III was set on recovering the holy city of Jerusalem, following the disastrous Third Crusade which lowered the chances of being able to reclaim the Holy Land through any diplomatic means.
  • Feb 10, 1215

    The Magna Carta was Signed

    The Magna Carta was Signed
    The Magna Carta was a document that took power away form the king and gave it to citizens. It was sighned by King John in 1215. It's important because it gave rights to common citizens
  • Jan 14, 1217

    The fifth crusade

    Following the ill-fated Fourth Crusade, the Fifth Crusade (1217 - 1221) proved that Europeans remained as committed as ever to recapturing Jerusalem, and planned to do so by first conquering the powerful Egyptian state of Ayyubid. The Crusaders believed that the way to recapture the Holy Land was first to break Egypt’s unity.
  • Jun 26, 1228

    The sixth crusade

    The Sixth Crusade was of monumental importance to Europe as it managed to achieve what previous Crusades had failed to do – recapture the Holy Land. Considerably less fighting was involved in this Crusade, rather it was the diplomatic manoeuvring by the Holy Roman Emperor, Frederick II of Hohenstaufen, which achieved the desired outcome and saw the Kingdom Of Jerusalem regain control of Jerusalem and other surrounding areas for the next fifteen years.
  • Jun 26, 1244

    the seventh crusade

    Despite a lack of enthusiasm from his closest barons and noblemen, and being seriously ill with malaria, Louis IX of France decided to launch a Seventh Crusade in December 1244.
  • Jun 26, 1270

    the eighth crusade

    The Eighth Crusade – launched by King Louis IX of France in 1270 – represented the last major crusade aimed at the Holy Land. It took place just 16 years after the Seventh Crusade and came about as a result of concerns over the decreasing power held by the remaining Crusader states.
  • Apr 14, 1347

    Black Death

    The black death was a disease that started with fleas and rats. it killed 1 in three people. it caused lots of terror
  • Apr 14, 1425

    Joan of Arc has visions

    JOan of arc has visons of Saint Micheal, Margert, and Cathrine. It's important because it soon leads to her winning battles against England
  • Apr 14, 1425

    Joan of Arc is executed

    Joan of arc is executed due to hershery and witchcraft
  • Jun 26, 1483

    Martin Luther

    Religious figure who protested corruption in the Catholic Church. He is important because his 95 theses led to Lutheranism and the Protestant Reformation.
  • Apr 14, 1493

    Pope Alexander VI splits the world

    Pope Alexander splits the world into two zones in order to please Spain and Portugal. Allowing each country to explore and claim the unpopulated land. this is important because it solved the dispute over land
  • Jun 26, 1493

    Portugal Land

    When Christopher Columbus "found" the America's, the undoscovered land mass had already belonged to Portugul. According to the bill that states so.
  • Jun 6, 1500

    The Atlantic Slave Trade began

    The Atlantic Slave Trade began
    In the 1500s the atlantic slave trade had begun. This is important because in the next 300 years it grew into a huge and profitable business
  • Jun 26, 1512

    Encomienda System

    it was a Spanish economic system of government. It attempted to Christianize and profit off Natives. It was important because it killed millions of Indians and led to depopulation.
  • Jun 26, 1515

    Jews expelled from Austria

    The jews had been expelled from the land of Austria. Important because this was a start to the rebellion against Jews.
  • May 28, 1519

    King Charles V

    King Charles became the king of two empires. thecountries were constantly alternating between who was at peace and who was at war.
  • Apr 14, 1547

    prince edward gains power

    prince edward gains power after his dads death at only 10 years old.Edward passed a parliment to protect protestants.
  • Mar 10, 1550

    Spain's Golden Age

    Spain's Golden Age
    Spains Golden Age was 1550-1650. During this time, Art and Literature was flourishing throughout Spain
  • Apr 14, 1550

    France: The Golden Age

    during frances golden age art and literature flourished the country. It led to many famous artists and paintings.
  • Apr 14, 1558

    Elizibeth gains power

    after mary's death her half sister Elizibeth gains power. This is important becasue she brought peace to England by passing the Elizabrthian doctorine, which combined protestant and catholic into one
  • Jun 26, 1560

    Protestants and Spain

    After Spain established the Inquestition the countries protestantds began to rebell agaisnt it. This created wars that would last for multiple decades. This is important becuase it showed that the Protestants would not fall easily to prosecutuion
  • Jun 26, 1564

    William Shakespeare born

    William Shakespeare will grow up to be a very important part in English history and knowledge. Important because he, throughout his life, will change how people learn english forever.
  • Apr 14, 1581

    Creation of the dutch neatherlands

    the protestants declare independance and crerate the dutch neatherlands after rebelling against spain. it soon led to the creation of a new state tha would soon gain power
  • Young King Henry

    King henry became king at age 9. This is important because even though he was catholic he passed the edict of nate which prottected protestants
  • Japan Invaded Korea

    Japan invaded Korea. It's important becasue it destroyed Korea's land
  • Triangular Trade

    3 Leg trade that circulated slaves and raw goods between Africa, West Indies, and America.
  • European and African slave trades

    When thousands of Africans were enslaved and traded for goods. This is important because it was the cause of many African states rising to power and was the cause of 11 million slaves and 2 million deaths.
  • The Dutch Gain Power

    The dutch establish the EDIC and begin to trade with india. This is important because it allowed the dutch to rise to a high trade power
  • Queen Elizibeth dies

    Queen elizabeth dies and leads to problems with the parliment. This is important because it leads to later events that start the English Civil War
  • French Colonization of the Americas

    The French colonization of the Americas began in the 16th century, and continued on into the following centuries as France established a colonial empire in the Western Hemisphere. France founded colonies in much of eastern North America, on a number of Caribbean islands, and in South America. Most colonies were developed to export products such as fish, sugar, and furs.
  • England vs. England

    The parliment vs moncarchy, the parliment won. This is importanr becaus eit showed other kings that their "birthrite" would not protect them
  • Newtons Law

    Newton sees an apple fall from a tree and wonders what caused it. This is important because from his questions he discovered and created the Law Of Gravity and calculus.
  • Queen Anne's War

    Queen Anne's War (1702-1713), the second of the French and Indian Wars, began May 4, 1702. In Europe it was known as the War of the Spanish Succession.
  • Shaka Zulu

    Ruler of the zulu people in africa. Important because he united other tribes to fight the boers
  • Almamy of Futa Toro

    He stopped the slave trade in northern Senegal by cutting off a slave route. He is important because he showed resistance for the slave trade when it was most popular and tried defending many Africans.
  • National Assembly Meeting

    The National Assembly are holding an all night meeting and have agreed to give up their old manorial dues, exclusive hunting rights, special legal statuses, and exemption from taxes. this is important becuase this movement was viewed as the dawn of a new revolution and the day France was reborn.
  • Storming of Bastille

    On the morning of July 14, 1789 Bastille was burnt down. People attack the fortress that held political weapons too. Importance was that it was the beginning of the French Revolution.
  • Economic Troubles

    The French goes through a series of debt trouble. They started to tax people. Important because France used to be strong government, but this debt and poor harvests is tearing them apart
  • Napoleon Upgrades

    Napoleon Upgrades
    In 1799 Napoleon upgraded from victorious general to political leader. This is important because once he upgraded he helped overthrow the weak Directory and set up a three man governing board known as Consalute
  • Revolts against the old order

    Early 1800’s nationalism and liberalism sparked rebellions in the Balkan Peninsula and other southern Europe regions
  • Louisiana Purchase

    A former territory of the western United States extending from the Mississippi River to the Rocky Mountains. It was purchased from France on April 30, 1803, for $15 million and officially explored by the Lewis and Clark expedition.
  • Abe Lincoln is born

    Abraham Lincoln will, when he is older and grown wise, become a huge part of the United States history and course of growth. Important because he changed the History
  • White House burned down

    During the war of 1812 the Britain burned the White House down! Important because it was the Americans most important building and they burned it in retaliation of the Americans attacking York in Ontario.
  • White House is Rebuilt

    The white house had been rebuilt only a few years after the burning of it. President Monroe moved back into it on the year of 1817. James Hoban rebuilt it. Important because the house of presidents was BACK!
  • Greek vs. Ottoman Empire

    Greeks revolted to end Ottoman rule.
    important because everyone wants independance. and they become independant.
  • Emancipation Proclamation Issued by Abraham Lincoln

    The Emancipation Proclamation was a presidential proclamation and executive order issued by President Abraham Lincoln on January 1, 1863.
  • Paris Commune

    Paris Commune
    It was a movement created by French Rebels. Their goal was to get a new socialist order. It turned into a blood bath. Communards took and killed hostages and the government killed 20,000 communards
  • Mexican Revolution Began

    It ended dictatorship in Mexico and established a constitutional republic.
  • Chinese Revolution of 1911

    Chinese Revolution of 1911-Ended Chinese Monarchy-Chinese Republic is actually democracy (1912-1949) -Civil War -National Guomindang Vs. Communist-Peoples Republic of China
  • German Declares war on Russia

    German declared war on russia because they allied with Hungary-Austria
  • Stock Market Crash

    Black Tuesday hit Wall Street as investors traded some 16 million shares on the New York Stock Exchange in a single day. Billions of dollars were lost, wiping out thousands of investors
  • Italy invade Ethopia

    Benito Mussolini, the Fascist leader of Italy, had adopted Adolf Hitler's plans to expand German territories by acquiring all territories it considered German.
  • Holocaust Begins

    Used to describe a sacrificial offering burned on an altar. Since 1945, the word has taken on a new and horrible meaning: the mass murder of some 6 million European Jews.
  • Bombing of Pear Harbor

    Hundreds of Japanese fighter planes attacked the American naval base at Pearl Harbor near Honolulu, Hawaii. The barrage lasted just two hours, but it was devastating: The Japanese managed to destroy nearly 20 American naval vessels, including eight enormous battleships, and almost 200 airplanes.
  • Cultural Revolution of 1966

    Cultural Revolution of 1966Goal: Purge China of bourgeois tendenciesHave a new generation experience the “Chinese Revolution”Created Red GuardsTeenagersSchooled on Mao’s quotationsAccused and attacked non-revolutionary
  • Europe Brakes down trade barriers

    Important because it allows trade to start up between international waters again.
  • Oklahoma City BOmbing

    The Oklahoma City bombing occurred on April 19, 1995. This was a domestic terrorist attack that killed 168 people. Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols were responsible for the attack.