Mohammed receiving revelation from the angel gabriel

The Life of Muhammad

  • 570

    Birth of Muhammad

    Birth of Muhammad
    Muhammad was born in Mecca to the tribe Koreishi and at the same time the death of his fathered occured.
  • 572

    Birth of Prince Shotoku

    Birth of Prince Shotoku
    Prince Shotoku wad the son of Emperor Yōmei and his younger half-sister Princess Anahobe no Hashihito whom were members of the Soga clan
  • Period: 572 to Apr 8, 622

    Prince Shotoku

    This timeline encomapses the period of prince Shotoku who was a member one of Japanese eldest and highest clan.
  • 575

    Muhammad Becomes an Orphan

    Muhammad Becomes an Orphan
    After a trip to Yathrib, an oasis town to visit his fathers grave, his mother Amina fell ill and died where he was left an orphan.
  • 578

    Uncles Care

    Uncles Care
    Muhammad was adopted by his uncle which was the chief of the Koreish clan where he learned how to be more mature and work hard with the skills his uncle had showed hi about survival.
  • 580

    Muhammads Childhood to Adulthood

    Muhammads Childhood to Adulthood
    Muhammad learned to matured and humble towards others and his peers which gained him respect. Transitioning from childhood to adulthood made him realize about the people around him to be ignorant. He noticed the uncanny society which made him think in the views of moral and just order.
  • 593

    Appointed Regent

    Appointed Regent
    Prince Shōtoku was appointed as regent (Sesshō) by Empress Suiko,
  • 593

    Construction of Shitennoji Temple

    Construction of Shitennoji Temple
    Captivated by the Buddhist religion introduced, Prince Shotoku ordered the construction of Shitennoji Temple to show his dedication of his faith in Buddhism.
  • 595

    Services for Khadija

    Services for Khadija
    In his twenties he was working under the services of Khadija as a business manager for the caravans. Soon after they were captivated by each other holding a mutual relationship in supporting one another. They both had two sons of which died and four daughters. They had been married for twenty four years and after was her death where Muhammad remained a window never marrying another woman.
  • 595

    Shotoku Becomes a Desciple under Eji Sensei

    Shotoku Becomes a Desciple under Eji Sensei
    In 595, two Korean high priests which one of them was Eji from the kingdom of Koryo (Koma) and Eso from the kingdom of Paekche (Kudara), arrived in Japan. Captivated by the religion he was under the teachings and became a disciple of Eji and formally received the Buddhist commandments from him.
  • Feb 28, 603

    The Twelve Official Ranks at Court

    The Twelve Official Ranks at Court
    Prince Shotoku created the twelve official ranks at court which s a system of dress code that signifies the rank of those in the ranks of officers, shoguns, and ect.
  • Feb 28, 604

    The SEventeen Articles

    The SEventeen Articles
    Prince Shotoku's Constitution of seventeen articles is promulgated which intels the rules of the Japanese deligations and rulings
  • Feb 28, 605

    Shotoku Declares Buddhism the official Religion

    Shotoku Declares Buddhism the official Religion
    Prince Shotoku declares Buddhism and Confucianism the state religions of Japan since he thought that Buddhism was better than the teachings of Shintoism
  • Feb 28, 607

    Shotoku's request for Korean Emissaries

    Shotoku's request for Korean Emissaries
    Prince Shotoku despatched envoys of Korean descent who could read Chinese in 607 to China to bring more items from Buddhism relics, scriptures, and ect.
  • Feb 28, 607

    Shotoku was Promoted to Greater Propriety (5th rank)

    Shotoku was Promoted to Greater Propriety (5th rank)
    One of the more well known examples of promotion within the cap and rank system is that of Ono no Imoko. When Imoko was first sent as an envoy to the Sui court in 607, he was ranked Greater Propriety (5th rank).
  • Feb 28, 607

    The Seconf Temple Shotoku Built

    The Seconf Temple Shotoku Built
    Shotoku built his second temple, Horyuji, in
    honor of his father, Emperor Yomei. The temple
    was founded in 607 in Nara, where Shotoku was
    born.
  • Feb 26, 610

    Muhammads First Revelation

    Muhammads First Revelation
    Muhammad had noticed that the society he was living in illustrated ignorance and disterbed by the idolatry he went off to think by going a cave in Mount Hira where he heard a voince: "Proclaim" where he ignored yet through two more attempts the angel in the form of a man repeated and told him he must proclaim his duty and his role as a leading prophet.
  • Feb 26, 613

    His Democratic Speeches

    His Democratic Speeches
    Muhammad took his revelation as a sign in fulfilling his duty and so he preeched messages that were democratic, that in the sight of his lord all people were equal. However the leaders of Mecca did not favor this and so they rideculed him and his followers.
  • Feb 28, 615

    Shotoku is the First Japanese Author of Translating Sutras

    Shotoku is the First Japanese Author of Translating Sutras
    The Prince was an ardent Buddhist and is traditionally attributed the authorship of the Sangyō Gisho, or "Annotated Commentaries on the Three Sutras" (Lotus Sutra, the Vimalakirti Sutra, and the Sutra of Queen Srimala). The first of these commentaries, Hokke Gisho, is traditionally dated 615 C. E., and thus regarded as "the first Japanese text", in turn making Shōtoku the first Japanese writer.
  • Feb 27, 622

    The Great Migration to Medina

    The Great Migration to Medina
    Muhammad and his followers embarked on their journey to Yathrib, an oasis town 280 miles north of Mecca where they had humbuly accepted Muhammad as they were won ovr from his influence. However they were suffering from an internal conflict and was in need of a leader in which Muhammad took as a sign to fufill that position and lead them. This Hijra is regarded by Muslims as the turning point in world history.
  • Feb 28, 622

    PRince Shotoku Dies

    PRince Shotoku Dies
    Prince Shotoku died in 622 due to age with everone else in mourn from his death because of the great achievements he has done to reform Japan
  • Mar 27, 625

    The War Between Clans

    The War Between Clans
    At the begining of 625CE there has been rivalry wars between jewish clans, Mecca against Muhammad, and Yathrib where Medinese fought. The first fight the muslims won and then the second the Meccans invaded Medina,
  • Apr 27, 627

    Medina is Lead to Victory

    Medina is Lead to Victory
    The ast battle resulted in the Medinese to give their last effort, but a last miracle aided them by allies that were swayed by Muhammads message where they claimed victory over Mecca.
  • Feb 27, 630

    The Conquest to Mecca

    The Conquest to Mecca
    After the victory over the Meccans, Muhammad charged over to the city of Mecca where he took over all of the city as they accepted him in bowing down to him.
  • Feb 27, 632

    Death of Muhammad

    Death of Muhammad
    When Muhammad died he had total control over all of Arabia.
  • Feb 28, 646

    Taika Reform

    Taika Reform
    The Taika reform is basically reforming Japan where Prince Shotoku's contributions from making the seventeen articles of constitution and the twelve level cap ranking system.