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World History Midterm Review OTZ

  • 221

    Qin Dynasty

    Qin Dynasty
    221-202 B.C.E.
    "the Qin was begun by the brutal but effective emperor Shi Huangdi. He consolidated his power, built the Great Wall, conducted a census, standardized weights and measures, and extended the borders of his realm to Hong Kong and northern Vietnam. " Quoted from here
  • 330

    Byzantine Empire

    Byzantine Empire
  • 336

    Alexander the Great

    Alexander the Great
    336-323 BC
    Alexander the Great conquered many lands and made the Hellenistic culture.
  • 336

    Hellenistic Culture

    Hellenistic Culture
    30 BC??
    A culture made by Alexander the Great which had a blend of many cultures, such as the Persians and the Greeks.
  • 351

    Monotheism Development

    Monotheism Development
    information here
    351 BC
    The Pharaoh was once considered a god themselves but after awhile the ways have changed and monotheism, the believe in many gods, began. Monotheistic people did believe in sacrifices to those gods for favors in return such as a good harvest.
  • 500

    Hinduism and Buddhism

    Hinduism and Buddhism
  • 527

    Empress Theodora

    Empress Theodora
    527 AD
    The Empress Theodora was Justinian's wife. Because of Theodora, Justinian gave rights to women and being fair of genders. More information here
  • 551


    551 B.C. - 479 B.C.
    "Confucius's contribution is in his ideas about the government, school, family, and ethics, and in his teaching." Quoted from here
  • 560

    4 noble truths and the 8 fold path

    4 noble truths and the 8 fold path
    560-480 BCE
    Founded by Siddharta Guatama Th 8 Fold PathThe 4 Noble Truths
  • Nov 25, 610


    570-632 A.D. ( 610 A.D)
    It is believed that Muhammad founded the Islamic religion ever since he was told by the angel Gabriel to recite verses from Allah. More information here
  • Jul 22, 753

    The Roman Empire

    The Roman Empire
    753 BC - 476 AD
    Information Here
  • Mar 1, 1000

    Vedic Age for Aryans

    1000 BCE - 500 BCE
    "Around 1000 B.C.E. the Aryans started expanding into the Ganges River valley to the east." (quoted from information here)
  • Mar 5, 1000

    Origins of a Greek Polis

    Origins of a Greek Polis
    1000 B.C.
    The Greek Polis was made to do political acts and help the people of Greece to keep control of themselves. The Greek Polis was also there to work together as a society and make sure no one was fighting for power. information here
  • Dec 2, 1000

    Effects of the Crusades in Europe

    Effects of the Crusades in Europe
    1000 AD
    The Crusades took many lives in Europe and controlled Europe for many centries. more information here
  • Sep 7, 1029

    Zhou Dynasty

    Zhou Dynasty
    1029-258 B.C.E.
    The Zhou Dynasty was when the Zhou conquered the Yangtze River and grew crops. Confucious contibuted during this time period. information here
  • Mar 6, 1054

    Great Schism of 1054 BC

    "Schism of 1054, also called East–West Schism, event that precipitated the final separation between the Eastern Christian churches (led by the patriarch of Constantinople, Michael Cerularius) and the Western Church (led by Pope Leo IX)." Quoted from here
  • May 3, 1056

    Decline of the Byzantine Empire

    "Beginning in the 9th century, partly because of the weakness of the Byzantine Empire, Albania came under the domination, in whole or in part, of a succession of foreign powers: Bulgarians, Norman Crusaders, the Angevins of southern Italy, Serbs, and Venetians."
    Quoted from hereh
  • Mar 6, 1300

    Muslim trade routes OTZ

    1300-1699 A.D
    Muslims traveled far and wide in order to retrieve new items and trade. more information here
  • Mar 6, 1325

    Ibn Battuta

    Ibn Battuta
    1325 BC
    Ibn Batutta was one of the first men who told his students to draw every geographical feature on one of the maps. He was also a geographer if you couldn't figure that out. (haha)
  • Mar 17, 1400


    Zoraster became the founder of Zoroastrinism and this religion is all about being monotheistic.
  • Aug 7, 1530

    Tsar Ivan III

    Tsar Ivan III
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  • Relationship between Judaism, Christianity, and Islam

    Relationship between Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
    1800 BC
    Each religion is monotheistic and have some place to worship the god they worship. Each one of them have a sacred book and have people that correspond in the stories told.
  • Mandate of Heaven

    Mandate of Heaven
    1912 CE
    a political theory of ancient China in which those in power were given the right to rule from a divine source
  • Barbarian Invasion

    Barbarian Invasion
    49 AD
    The barbarians that invaded the Western Roman Empire caused the collapse of the Western Roman Empire.

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  • The rise of Kiev (# 6 of SSHW4)

    the capital and largest city of Ukraine that helped with tons of trading of different types of tools. The place was founded by Vikings
  • Crusades on the Islamic World

    "For the century during which western European Christians were a serious presence there, they were confined to their massive coastal fortifications. The Crusaders had arrived in Syria at one of its most factionalized periods prior to the 20th century. Seljuq control, never strong, was then insignificant; .... all parties in Syria were the target of the Nizārī Ismāʿīlī movement at Alamūt." Quoted from <a href='
  • Impact of Phoenicians of their trading routes

    Impact of Phoenicians of their trading routes
    945 BC-730 BC
    Information Here:
  • Asoka

    check out this video *press the "video part under the "about the photo" description>293 - 268 BCE Asoka was a great ruler and helped out the people of Kalinga. He became a buddhist. information here
  • Roman Republic

    Roman Republic
    287 BC
    The Roman Republic did not have many written statements of rights like America, but it was believed that the government Americans have today were simply taken from the Roman Republic's ways. Information Here OTZ
  • Great Philosophers

    Great Philosophers
    469 BC
    The great philosopher Socrates was the first philosopher ever. After he was accused of betraying the Athenian society and refusing he was wrong, his student Plato learned greatly from his research and teachings. Plato soon passed on his teachings to other students as well as Artistotle.
  • Polytheism in the Greek world

    Polytheism in the Greek world
    800-500 B. C. E
    Polytheism in Ancient Greece was very important. The Greeks worshipped many gods such as Zeus, Athena, Hades, Poseidon, and other Greek Gods. The reasons why the Greeks worshipped such gods was because it was a way to communicate and explain why the natural things that occur happen. information here
  • Justinian Code

    Justinian Code
    529 - 565 AD
    Justinian made this code to keep the roman laws alive. information here
  • The Returning of the Roman Empire

    The Returning of the Roman Empire
    It was Justinian's desire to restore the Roman Empire and thus he asked one of his men to reclaim some areas that belonged to the Roman Empire. information here
  • Split between Sunni and Shi'ah

    944 CE
    The Sunni and the Shi'ah split do to the chosing of the ceraph. The sunni wants to choose a ceraph of Muhammad's relatives as for the Shi'ah they choose whoever they want as their ceraph. more information here
  • Ibn Sina

    Ibn Sina
    980 AD
    Ibn Sina was the first man to ever have a mediacal encyclopedia.
  • Hieroglyphics

    3000 BC
    Hieroglyphics was another way for the Egyptians to show their way of life and communication. check out this video
  • Cuneiforms

    3300 BCE
    "The earliest known documents in cuneiform were written by the Sumerians of southern Mesopotamia, who assigned their own word-sounds to the symbols. Later, the Akkadians adopted the symbols but pronounced them as corresponding Akkadian words. Cuneiform thus passed successively from one people to another. " (the paragraph above was taken from here: information here)
  • Hammurabi's Code

    Hammurabi's Code
    3500 BC
    The very first strict code, or rule, made by the Babylonians.
  • Religious and Political Authority in Ancient Egypt

    3500 BC
    The Pharaoh was considered the son of god and had high power over all the people. Because of their belief in seeing the Pharaoh as God's child, this leads to the Pharaoh making rules for the people. information here
  • First Alphabet

    First Alphabet
    8000 BC
    The phoenicians were the first to write down the alphabet and this alphabet will be used in the future for other regions and cultures OTZ. information here