Year 8 History Assignment

  • 300

    The Mayas

    The ancient Maya civilization occupied the eastern third of Mesoamerica, primarily the Yucatan Peninsula.
  • Period: 300 to Feb 14, 1492

    Spanish conquest

    events that happend during the spanish conquest
  • 466

    Clovis

    Clovis was born in 466 and died in 511. Clovis was the first notable ruler in Western Europe. Clovis is significant to Medieval Europe because he gained the blessing of the Christian church in Rome.
  • Period: 466 to Apr 11, 610

    Medieval Europe

    These 4 dates are during the rise and fall of Medieval Europe.
  • 483

    Justinian

    born in 483 and died in 565. Justinian was a king and one of the most important figures of Late Antiquity and the last emperor to speak Latin as a first language.
  • 590

    Pope Gregory,

    originally a Benedic, creates a religious policy for western Europe by fusing the Roman papacy with Benedic monasticism. He creates the Latin church, which serves to counteract the subordination of the Roman popes to Eastern emperors.
  • Apr 11, 610

    Heraclius

    becomes Emperor in Constantinople as the Persian Empire is attempting the takeover of Byzantine civilization.
  • Jan 1, 787

    The Vikings visit england

    This was the first invade the vikings have ever done.
  • Period: Jan 1, 787 to May 1, 844

    The Vikings

    These are just 4 of the events that happend during the vikings age. not the rise and fall
  • May 1, 793

    The attack on Lindisfarne Monastery

    This is the first mayjor event the vikings did. After this mayjor event , people thought they were barbarians. so they called them
    'danes'
  • May 1, 800

    The Vikings Invade More

    The Vikings start to invade other places such as spain and france.
    They start making deals in scotland and england because the land there is more suitable for farming.
  • Nov 12, 802

    The Angkorian period begins

    Khmer Empire was once one of the most powerful empires in Southeast Asia, stretching from 800 to1431.
  • Period: Nov 12, 802 to Nov 13, 1180

    Khmer Empire

    These 4 events are apart of the rise and fall of the Khmer Empire
  • May 1, 844

    Vikings spred out

    When the vikings invade spain.
    They split up and start to make the more people join there army.
  • Nov 13, 879

    Preah Ko

    reah Ko (Khmer, The Sacred Bull) was the first temple to be built in the ancient and now defunct city of Hariharalaya, some 15 kilometers south-east of the main group of temples at Angkor
  • Jan 1, 1162

    Genghis

    Genghis khan is born
  • Period: Jan 1, 1162 to Jan 1, 1227

    mongol expansion

    events that happen during the rise and fall
  • Nov 13, 1180

    Angkor Thom

    Late 12th centuryThe last and most enduring capital of the Khmer empire
  • Jan 1, 1206

    Genghis

    Genghis khan becomes ruler of mongolia
  • Jan 1, 1226

    Genghis

    Genghis Khan led conquests from China to Caspian Sea
  • Jan 1, 1227

    Genghis

    Genghis son, Og'dei becomes new Khan
  • Nov 14, 1290

    The Empires Origin

    Osman, a faithful Muslim, leads an army of Ghazis, people who fight in the Muslim name across central Asia
  • Period: Nov 14, 1290 to Nov 15, 1389

    Ottoman Empire

    These dates are just for 4 events. not the rise and fall of the civilisation.
  • Jan 1, 1301

    Osman takes Nicaea

    sman and the Ghazis arrest the Anatolian city of Nicaea
  • Jan 8, 1325

    Tenochtitlan

    Aztecs found Tenochtitlan.
  • Nov 15, 1326

    Capture of Bursa

    Osman and his Ghazis defeat the Byzantine empire, at Bursa, at Bursa, and they take over the city, after they take over they feel confidence that victory is achiveable
  • Jan 1, 1333

    The black death begins

    The Black Death is first reported in China
  • Period: Jan 1, 1333 to Jan 1, 1349

    Black death

    4 events from the black death
  • Jan 1, 1347

    The Black death reaches England

    The Black death reached England in the summer of 1348 and makee it to London a few months later
  • Nov 1, 1347

    The Black Death begins in Europe

    Nov 1347 The Black Death reaches Italy and quickly preads to other eourpoean countries
  • Jan 1, 1349

    3,000 Jews killed in Black Death riots in Germany.

    3000 jews are killed in Efurt germany as many people belived they were the cause of the plague
  • Nov 15, 1389

    Ottomans defeat European forces at Kosovo

    Ottomans vs European at Kosovo, ottomans win, the Europeans were sent from a concerned country. They knew they were going to loose but they had the courage to stand up and fight. and that marks the Europeans defeated by the Ottomans.
  • Jan 1, 1401

    Ghiberti gets permission to carve the nothern doors

    Ghiberti got permission to carve the northern doors and he takes 28 years to do this. after he carved it, it was very famous
  • Period: Jan 1, 1401 to Jan 1, 1447

    renaissance italy

    These 4 events are just apart of the rise and fall of renaissance italy.
  • Jan 1, 1420

    The Papacy Returns to Rome

    The Papacy, office or headquarters of the Pope, returns to Rome after being in Avignon since 1305. This brings along with it prestige and wealth which is necessary for the city to survive.
  • Jan 1, 1429

    Cosimo di Medici takes over his Father's role and Business

    Cosimo de Medici takes over his father's role of running the bank. Within a period of five years he runs the city without any questions.
  • Jan 1, 1447

    Pope Nicholas V Ascends to the Throne

    Pope Nicholas V turns Rome into a Renaissance city, undertaking many construction and projects
  • Apr 22, 1451

    Isabella, Queen of Spain

    Isabella's half-brother, Henry IV, became king of Castile when their father, John II, died in 1454. Isabella was only three years old, and her younger brother Alfonso was the expected heir. Isabella was raised by her mother, Isabella of Portugal, until 1457, when the two children were brought to court by Henry IV to keep them from being used by opposition nobles.
  • Feb 14, 1492

    Christopher Columbus reached the Caribbean islands.

    When Christopher Columbus reached the Caribbean islands in 1492, he thought he had reached the East Indies in Asia. THerefore, he called the natives "Indians."
  • Jan 1, 1543

    The Portuguese

    The Portuguese first arrived in Japan. They introduced Christianity to the Japanese, which flourished for a brief period before being outlawed in 1939.
  • Period: Jan 1, 1543 to

    Shogunate Japan

    4 events from the rise and fall of shogunate japan
  • Jan 1, 1549

    The arquebus

    The Portuguese introduced a weapon called the arquebus to the Japanese. Samurai first used the arquebus at the battle of Kanji.
  • Christianity

    The missionaries converted many Japanese to Christianity. Some Christian converts fought against Tokugawa Ieyasu.
  • The Tozama daimyo

    The Tozama daimyo and their allies made the young Emperor Meiji, ruler of Japan abolished the Tokugawa bakufu.