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River of History

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200 C.E Chinese discoveries and inventions were made by the Chinese in 200 C.E. This is important because these discoveries and inventions continue to affect our lives today. These advances were often far ahead of those made in Europe. Several ideas improved travel, trade, exploration, learning, building/architecture. 220 C.E China was governed from 220 C.E. in which emperors relied on a bureaucracy and used various ways of choosing government officials. Unlike China, the Han tried to improve government by creating a civil service examination system. This is important because this kind of governing still helps China today. 313 C.E Starting in 313 C.E, Constantine allowed his people to freely practice Christianity, and by 395 C.E it was recognized by the Roman Church because of they're practice of Christianity. 400 C.E The trans Saharan Trade was the trade between North and South Africa in 400 C.E. North Africans would bring back gold from the South Forest which would help them gain more riches and help them trade more easily. 410 C.E In 410 C.E the Roman Empire had a weakened frontier which meant they had a weak government and had little to no protection. Therefore Germanic tribes began to conquer and loot Rome. 200 C.E Ancient Rome had a rich legacy. Rome was made in 200 C.E and ruled from then on. Rome left a lasting mark on Western Civilization. Because of Rome's, philosophy, law, and citizenship, we now have better politics which now causes us to vote for new presidents. 476 C.E The fall of the Roman Empire in 476 C.E led to a time of uncertainty and danger. The feudal system and their structure and political economy caused the future of Europe to change in better and worse ways. 552 C.E In 552 C.E, Korea brought over the Makayana and introduced the Japanese to Buddhism. The Japanese used key beliefs from Shinto and Buddhism to create a new religion. Buddhism was also introduced by trade routes and people trading goods. 618 C.E In 618 C.E China welcomed contact with foreigners. China had traded with Persia, the Byzantine Empire, and Central Asia. This helped them gain riches and currency. 622 C.E In 622 C.E people from Makkah opposed Islam, so they followed Muhammad and moved to Madinah. He made a Muslim community and achieved many things. When he died, people through Central and Southern Arabia followed his teachings of Islam and the Qu'ran. 639 C.E Between 639 C.E Muslims conquered North Africa. Through this time period, Muslims spread Islam and it's teachings to Ghana and the rest of West Africa. 730 C.E In 730 C.E the Byzantine Emperor, Leo II created the ban of religious images in Christian Churches which led to rioting. This law was banned in 843 C.E, but they still had conflicts with the Roman Churches. 794 C.E The Heian period began in 794 C.E in Japan when the Emperor transferred Japan's imperial capitol from Kammu to the city of Heian-kyo. Heian-kyo's architecture resembled the Chinese city of Chang'an. 900 C.E In the ninth century, Muslims used astrolabes and the compass to explore foreign land. Muslims adapted the compass from China and adapted the astrolabe from Greek. Exploration was easier and safe. 956 C.E In 956 C.E, there were many changes in agriculture, trade, commerce, and urbanization during the Song Dynasty. Crops were resourceful due to the shift from the North to the South. The North gave the South crops and the South gave the North crops. Commerce helped the Song to trade easily. Song Dynasty's economy helped to increase trade and helped their currency to grow. 1000 C.E In the 10th Century the Chinese discovered how to inoculate people against diseases. Chinese helped inspire other countries. This helped control and contain the disease, small pox for Asia such as Japan. 1000 C.E In 1000 C.E the Roman Catholic Church played a central role in the lives of people in Western Europe. Everyone's roles and the King's caused us to have a better economy. Everyone's roles counted at all times. 1095 C.E In 1095 C.E, the Crusades began when the Sejuks threatened the Byzantine Empire. In response, the pope told anyone who fought with and for them had an entrance to heaven. 1096 C.E By the late Middle Ages the Catholic Church was having political problems with European Monarchs. They had to fight for land and commerce. 1100 C.E In the 11th Century, crusades killed many Muslims, and Muslim property. The Muslims gained knowledge of new weaponry and military ideas by the time they were attacked. Astrolabe 4 Compass
RIVER OF HISTORY By Alfred Moinuddin, Michael Novelo, Rheanne Cruz, and Sean Galvez
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