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AP World History Timeline

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Tucker Krajewski

on 20 May 2011

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Historical figure/event
Timeline Neolithic Revolution
8500-3500 B.C.E. The start of agriculture. It made
a more stable way of living. Hinduism
5500 B.C.E. Religion that began in
India. It's a polytheistic
religion. Bronze Age
3800-3000 A transition period
between the stone age
and the iron age. Included
the creation of bronze. Mayan civilization
2000 B.C.E.-250 C.E. Developed the first written
language. Also created major
architechtural structures. Hammurabi
1810-1750 B.C.E. The sixth king of Babylon.
Made the code of law. Confucius
551-479 B.C.E. Judaism
535 B.C.E. Way of life of the jews. Belief
that God showed them the
ten commandments. Roman Republic
570-547 B.CE. A period of time
in Rome in which
it was ruled by a
republic. It believed
in the seperation of powers. Peloponnesian Wars
431-404 B.C.E. War between Athens
and Sparata. This war caused
Athens to decline. Shi Huangdi
259-210 B.C.E. Julius Caesar
100-44 B.C.E. Tucker Krajewski Agustus Caesar
63-58 B.C.E. The first emperor of
the Roman Empire. He
was the leader of the famous
first triumvrate. Roman Empire
1st century to
476 C.E. Post-republican period
of ancient roman civilization. Christianity
30 C.E. Started in Rome with
Jesus Christ, known
as the Messiah. Belief
in one God. Middle Ages
400-1400 Defined as "A period
of classical learning."
Supossedly connceted
to the renaissance. Justinian
483-565 known as the last
emperor to speak latin.
tried to revive the roman
empire's greatness. Siddhartha Guatama
563-483 B.C.E. Empress Wu
690-705 First empress of China.
Promoted western ideas . Taika reforms
645 Set of doctrines established
by Emperor Kotoku. Attempted
to bring more centralization. Neo-Confucianism
772-841 Islam
610 Monotheistic
religion. Believers
follow the Koran. Charlegmagne
800 Ruled from 800 to his
death in 814. He was the
King of the Franks. Kubilai Khan
1215-1294 Mongolian ruler. Captain who
won the battle agaisnt Ariq Boke. Vladimir Lenin
980-1015 Ottoman Empire
1299-1923 Controlled much of
Asia and some of Europe.
Also gained authority overseas. Chinggis Khan
1170-1227 Major Monglian ruler.
United many of the Nomaic
peoples. Franciso Pizarro
1471-1541 Spanish conquistador. Conqured
the Incan Empire. Hernan Cortes
1519 Spanish conquistador.
Conqured the Aztec Empire. Aztec Empire
1425 Ended in 1521. Conqured
by Hernan Cortes. Christopher Columbus
1451-1506 Discovered the Americas
on one of his voyages. He also
encountered Native Americans Akbar
1542-1605 Crusades
1095-1291 Series of religiously sanctioned
military campaigns. Waged by the
Roman Catholic Church. Enlightenment
18th century Also known as the age of reson.
Era of intellectual, scientific, and
cultual life. Atlantic Slave Trade
16th-19th centuries Slave trade that went across the
Atlantic Ocean. African slave dealers
traded to European traders. French Revolution
1789-1800 Period of radical, social,
and political upheaval.
Happened when the absolute
monarchy in france collapsed. Napoleon Bonaparte
1769-1821 Protestant Reformation
1517-1648 Also called the Protestant revolt.
The European Christian reform movement Qing Dynasty
1644-1912 Also known as the Manchu Dynasty
Last dynasty of China. Peter the Great
1689-1725 Ruler of the Russian Empire.Modernized and expanded. Industrial Revolution
1740-19th century Changes in agriculture, manufacturing,
and mining. Spread and occurred throughout
the whole world. Jose de San Martin
1778-1850 Opium Wars
1839-1842 Also known as the
Anglo-Chinese wars.
When the Europeans brought
Opium into China. Mohandas K. Gandhi
1869-1948 Ideological leader of India. Led peacful revolts. Charles Darwin
1859 Came up with the idea
of evolution. He said it
came from a process called
natural selection. Simon Bolivar
1785-1830 Renaissance
14th-17th century A cultural movement that spread
throghout Europe. It was an
intellectual transformation. Joseph Stalin
1878-1953 Mao Zedong
1893-1976 Mexican Revolution
1910-1920 An uprising led by Porfio Diaz.
Developed into a civil war. World War 1
1914-1918 War centered in Europe.
Involved all the world's
great powers. World War 2
1939-1945 Germany invades Poland.
Leads to persecution of Jews. Chiang Kai-Shek
1920-1930 Soviet Union (U.S.S.R.)
1923-1991 The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.
Began with the fall of the Russian Empire
an the death of Vladimir Lenin in Russia. Hosni Mubarak
1925-2011 Mikhail Gorbachev
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