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World History 4

  • Period: 2686 BCE to 2181 BCE

    Old Kingdom Egypt

    After the Early Dynasty Period of Egypt falls the new dynasty, old kingdom rises. The Old Kingdom was a revolutionary change in architecture accompanied and the effects that large-scale building projects had on Egyptian society and economy. The Old Kingdom lasted from the Third Dynasty to the Sixth Dynasty (2,686 BC – 2,181 BC).
  • 2611 BCE

    First Pyramid, step Pyramid of Djoser constructed.

    First Pyramid, step Pyramid of Djoser constructed.
    The oldest stone pyramid in egypt constructed in the reign of the Pharaoh Netjerikhet Djoser (2630 BC - 2611 BC).
  • 2530 BCE

    The Great Sphinx

    The Great Sphinx
    It was constructed to guard the pyramid of the pharaoh Khafre. It takes form of a lion with a human face. It is approximately 240 feet long and 66 feet high.
  • Period: 1810 BCE to 1750 BCE

    Babylonia Empire-Hammurabi

    King Hammurabi was the sixth king of Babylonia Empire. He was precede by his father, Sin-Muballit. He did many achievements for the empire, like code of Hammurabi, conquering all fertile crescent region, and temples for the gods.
  • 1755 BCE

    The conquer of Mesopotamia

    The conquer of Mesopotamia
    Withe excellent admiral and tactics Hammurabi conquered Uruk, Isin, Nippur, Lagash, Larsa, Mari, Ashur, region of Assyria, Eshnunna, and in 1755 he conqueres all the region of Mesopotamia.
  • 1754 BCE

    The Code of Hammurabi

    The Code of Hammurabi
    The code of Hammurabi is was the law of Babylonia in the time of Hammurabi. The citizens need to obligatory follow this law. This helped maintain the society. King Hammurabi thought that this codes was the words of the god given to him. It was one of the earliest written code. One of the example of the code is "an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth." This had all the laws for family, society, women, children.
  • 1232 BCE

    The Mongol empire technology

    The Mongol empire technology
    The Mongol empire had borrowed the technology from the Arabs, Persians and Chinese. Therefore the mongol emprie were able to create the shot flaming arrows, hurled vessels of oil and fired animals, and fiery naphtha bombs. Theses weapons or technology had help mongols to win the battle.
  • 1219 BCE

    The main trade route, the silk road.

    The main trade route, the silk road.
    The silk road was parts of Genghis Khan's reign. The silk road was one of the main trade route between Asia and Europe. From the silk road, Genghis started to destroy every single Arabic and Turkish settlement on the road.
  • Period: 1206 BCE to 1368 BCE

    The Mongol empire

    The Mongol empire started by a military named Genghis Khan, in 1206. The Mongol empire or Genghis Khan spread their empire from Sea of Japan to the Carpathian Mountains. The Mongol empire were getting bigger and bigger.
    Even though, Genghis Khan was called as “Universal Ruler,” after his death his son and his grand sons tried to maintain the empire. However, the Mongol empire started to decline little by little and in 1368 they finally collapse.
  • 926 BCE

    King Otto I

    Otto I crowned emperor
  • 800 BCE


    Charlemagne, who was king of the franks, was crowned emperor by Pope Leo III
  • 206 BCE

    The Silk Road

    The Silk Road
    The Silk Road was opened up by Zhang Qian in the Western Han Dynasty. The routes were gradually formed and established from Chang'an in the east and ended at the Mediterranean in the west. The Han exported silk and porcelain and in return imported goods such as cotton and gold.
  • Period: 206 BCE to 220

    The Han Dynasty

    After the end of Qin Dynasty, China was reunited under the rule of the Han dynasty, which was divided into two periods: the Western (206 B.C.–9 A.D.) and the Eastern (25–220 A.D.).
  • 105

    Invention of Paper Making

    Invention of Paper Making
    The invention of paper was the new and original achievement during the Han Dynasty. Ts'ai Lun, a court official, invented the papermaking process which primarily used textile waste as the raw material. The invention of paper had developed their economy, promote art and literature.
  • Period: Jan 1, 1368 to

    The Ming Dynasty

    The Ming Dynasty was a major dynasty that ruled from the fourteenth to the seventeenth century. They ruled during a prosperous and peaceful time for China.
  • Aug 31, 1420

    Capital City moves to Beijing

    Capital City moves to Beijing
    The Yongle emperor of the Ming Dynasty moved the capital from Nanjing to Beijing because it was a better place to protect themselves form the Mongols and because the people of Nanjing were still loyal to the previous emperor.
  • Mar 10, 1492

    Spanish Empire

    Spanish Empire
    The Spanish Empire Establishes
  • Period: Mar 10, 1492 to

    Spanish Empire

    The Spanish Empire started In the 1400's, followed with a series of important events that had a great impact in modern life. The discovery of America was one of the greatest achievements from this empire because it had a great impact in the new world. In that time they spread religion and teach their language to the indigenous, and if it wasn't for them we wouldn't be talking Spanish. They also created the wheel chair in 1500's.
  • Feb 5, 1519

    The Spanish Empire Conquers The Aztec Empire

    The Spanish Empire Conquers The Aztec Empire
  • Period: Sep 1, 1550 to

    Russian Tsar Empire

    Ivan the Terrible was the first tsar to rule all Russia, he killed so many people and treated people really bad. The next important ruler was Peter the Great. He made a lot of achievements, like getting society together, improving technology cultures and expanding territory. After was Catherine the Great, she improved administration, society and helped westernised Russia, like Peter. The last tsar was Nicholas II, he ruined Russia's economy and had a fall because he splited the power.
  • Period: to

    The British empire

    Starts with Queen Elisabeth I coming to power. She proposed exploration and trade. Falls with the the transfer of Hong Kong to China.
  • The thirteen tombs of the Ming emperors were completed

    The thirteen tombs of the Ming emperors were completed
    The last tomb in the burial ground was that of Chong Zhen, the last Ming emperor. Thirteen of the sixteen Ming emperors are buried there in the Changping District to the northwest of Beijing. .
  • Peter the Great first Emperor of Russia

    Peter the Great first Emperor of Russia
    Peter the Great was known as the first emperor of Russia after he defeated Sweden and got Estonia's control.
  • Period: to

    French Empire (Napoleon)

    The French Empire was ruled by Napoleon Bonaparte. The empire was the dominant power in much of continental Europe at the beginning of the 19th century. It fell with Napoleon's abdication at Fontainebleau on 11 April 1814.
  • Treaties of Tilsit

    Treaties of Tilsit
    The Treaties of Tilsit ended the war between Russia and the French Empire and began an alliance between the two empires that had the majority of the power of rest of Europe.
  • War of the Sixth Coalition

    War of the Sixth Coalition
    It was a coalition of Austria, Prussia, Russia, the United Kingdom, Portugal, Sweden, Spain and German states that finally defeated France and led to Napoleon's exile.
  • British empire abolishes slavery

    British empire abolishes slavery
    Abolition of Slavery throughout the British Empire. Parliament passes the Factory Act, prohibiting children aged less than nine from working in factories, and reducing the working hours of women and older children. Start of the Oxford Movement in the Anglican Church
  • The End of the Tsar Empire

    The End of the Tsar Empire
    Tsar Nicholas and his family waere killed, and it was the end of the tsar empire.
  • British empire wins war

    British empire wins war
    World war finishes with England on the winning side and the powerful Islamic Ottomans finally on the loosing side. The English take territory from the old Ottoman Empire which includes Iraq (and Iran) and Palestine.
  • Treaty of Versailles

     Treaty of Versailles
    Was one of the peace treaties at the end of World War I. It ended the state of war between Germany and the Allied Powers. The treaty forced Germany to disarm, make substantial territorial concessions, and pay reparations to certain countries that had formed the Entente powers. In 1921 the total cost of these reparations was assessed at 132 billion Marks (then $31.4 billion or £6.6 billion, roughly equivalent to US $442 billion or UK £284 billion in 2016)
  • Period: to

    Weimar Republic

    The Weimar Republic faced numerous problems, hyperinflation, political extremism and contentious relationships with the countries that won the First World War. .However, the Weimar Republic government successfully reformed the currency, unified tax policies, and organized the railway system. Then the great depression came and they where almost down which caused their Fall and then the rise of Hitler.
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    Fascist Italy

    "Fascist Italy" is the era of National Fascist Party rule from 1922 to 1943 with Benito Mussolini as head of government. The fascists imposed totalitarian rule and crushed the political and intellectual opposition, while promoting economic modernization, traditional social values, and a rapprochement with the Catholic Church.
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    Also called as the Soviet Union. Powerful nation that took over most of eastern Europe and spread communism. Joseph Stalin is the most famous leader that the USSR had, and ruled with terror. The USSR started the space race and sent the first artificial satellite into space.
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    Nazi Germany

    Nazi Germany is the common English name for the period in German history from 1933 to 1945, when the country was governed by a dictatorship under the control of Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party.
  • Italy Adds Up.

    Italy Adds Up.
    Mussolini forms axis with Nazi Germany.
  • Italy summons to World War 2

    Italy summons to World War 2
    Italy enters World War II on German side. Italian forces occupy British Somaliland in East Africa.
  • German- Soviet Nonaggression Pact

    German- Soviet Nonaggression Pact
    The pact was between Hitler and Stalin that satiated that bot countries wouldn't take military aggression between each other and a secreta agreement of how they would split up easter-europe. This pact was broken because Hitler started to invade The soviet Union
  • Nazi Surrender

    Nazi Surrender
    On May 2, the Soviets conquered Berlin. The Associated Press wrote, “Berlin, fell yesterday afternoon to the Russians as 70,000 German troops laid down their arms in the surrender that Adolf Hitler had said never would come.Due to the failure of Nazi troops in Berlin and elsewhere, Dönitz and his fellow negotiators lost any leverage in asking for certain conditions in regard to the surrender. Dönitz therefore decided on May 7 to give in to Allied demands of unconditional surrender.
  • Sputnik I

    Sputnik I
    The sputnik was the first satellite sent into orbit. It was sent by the Soviet Union and it is considered to have started the space race between the USA and the USSR. It was about the size of a basketball ball. The Sputnik changed the Soviets’ ability to launch ballistic missiles that could carry nuclear weapons from Europe to the U.S.
  • American Military Drones

    American Military Drones
    CIA had been flying unarmed drones in Afghanistan since 2000, but the first drone strike happened in February 2002. It was induced by the spotting of a man with a white robe who the operators thought was Osama Bin Laden.