Social studies timeline 1200-1800

  • Period: Nov 1, 1200 to


  • Nov 6, 1211

    The building of St. James' Cathedral is begun in Santiago, Spain

  • Nov 6, 1212

    Castile defeats the Muslim Almohads in Spain

  • Nov 6, 1260

    Khubilai Khan is proclaimed as the Great Khan

    A civil war breaks out between him, his brothers and his cousins, as Kaidu, son of Ogedai assumes the title of Great Khan. Khubilai also continues his war with the Sungs.
  • Jan 1, 1300

    beginning of rennaissance

    Beging of the rennaissance were the rich were learning mor about our world than heaven.
  • Jan 25, 1308

    Edward II marries Isabella of France.

  • Nov 6, 1323

    Pope John XXII clashes in Avignon with the Franciscans over the subject of the Poverty of Christ.

  • Nov 6, 1326

    Edward II of England is deposed by Queen Isabella and Roger Mortimer.

  • Nov 5, 1347


    a major plague that whiped out a large majoritry of the population on earth
  • Nov 6, 1368

    The Mongolian army retreats to the Steppes

    Bilikt-Khan, son of Togon Timur moves the Imperial throne to the partially restored Karakorum, which is renamed Erdeni Dzu.
  • Nov 1, 1478

    spanish inquisition

    the Spanish Inquisitionwas established in 1478 by Catholic Monarchs Ferdinand II of Aragon and Isabella I of Castile.It was intended to maintain Catholic orthodoxy in their kingdoms and to replace the Medieval Inquisition
  • Nov 6, 1485

    The Wars of the Roses

    between the Lancaster and York families. The War got its name from the fact that a white rose was the symbol of the York family, and a red rose that of the Lancasters. The wars ended with the accession of Henry Tudor as Henry VII and the end of the Plantagenet dynasty in 1485.
  • Nov 6, 1492


    Ferran and Isabel forged an alliance with the Church -- an easy matter since Aragon controlled much of Italy. They "purified" their realms by expelling both Muslims and Jews, and used the Inquisition as a personal police force that gave them power that the laws and customs of the land did not permit them. By 1500, the riches of the Americas began arriving in Spain, making the Spanish monarchs supreme in Spain and a major power in western Europe for the next two centuries.
  • Nov 6, 1500

    age of exploration

    people went out and explored the now world looking for new found wealth and trying to become rich and countries trying to gain more land
  • Nov 6, 1517


    people started to reform what they thought about this world they were way into reaon and they thought god was the reason for everything
  • Nov 6, 1543

    scientific revolution

    people started to dig deep into science and see how the world around us actually worked instead of basing everything on religion
  • end of reformation

    people started to slow down there thought and started to worry about ather things and drift off
  • age of enlightenment

    people were getting smarter and overthrowing kings seeing holes in there government finding and learning obtaining knowledge
  • End of rennaissance

    the end of the learning era
  • end of age of exploration

    people uncovered all ofthe new world and were making buildings

    Humans develop an immunity to the black plague
  • American revolution

    the colonys in europe america are oing to seperate from britain which at the time was one of the strongest armys
  • end ofamerican revolution

    america split from britain and became its own country
  • end of scientific revolution

    people still studied science but thats when the major theories started to stop
  • end of age of enlightenment

    the overthrowing of kings stopped and now most governments became smarter and more efficient
  • Maximilian Hapsburg

    gained control of Burgundian lands -- Burgundy, Lorraine, Alsace, and the modern Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxembourg. These were perhaps the richest lands in Europe, and when Maximilian became Holy Roman Emperor, he was able to make the position once again the dominant power in Germany.