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Timeline: The Post Classical Period (500-1450CE)

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Transcript of Timeline: The Post Classical Period (500-1450CE)

850 CE
1050 CE
1450 CE
500 CE
1250 CE
Timeline: The Post Classical Period (500-1450CE)
Middle East


African Civilizations
Western Europe
East Asia (China, Japan, Korea, Vietnam)
The Mongols
1350-1450
1150-1250
1051-1150
950-1050
851-950
500-850
1251-1350
- 1350 Rise of Incas (Andes)
- 1260 Death of Sundiata (Mali Empire)
The Americas
Byzantium
- 1055 Seljuk Turks control Abbasid caliphate
- 960-1127 Song dynasty (China)
Oceanic Civilizations
- 855 Russian kingdom around Kiev
Civilizations
Color Key

- 527-565 Justinian, Eastern Roman (Byzantine) emperor
AP World History
Period 1
Justin Wang
8 February 2014

La Fin
-570-632 Life of Muhammad
- 589-618 Sui Dynasty (China); revival of Chinese Culture
- 610-613 Origins of Islam

- 618-907 Tang dynasty (China)
- 634-750 Arab Invasions in Middle East;
spread of Islam in North Africa
- 661-750 Ummayad Caliphate
- 668 Korea becomes independent from China (Silla Kingdom)
- 711-713 First Islamic incursions into India
- 718 Byzantines defeat Aran attack on Constantinople
- 777 Independent Islamic kingdoms begin in North Africa
- 800-814 Charlemagne's Empire in western Europe
Russia
- 864 Cyril and Methodius missionaries in eastern Europe (Spread of alphabet; creation of the "Cyrillic" alphabet.
- 878 Last Japanese embassy to China
- 968 Tula established by Toltecs (Mesoamerica)
- 980-1015 Christian Converion of Vladimir I of Russia
- 1000 Ghana empire at its height (West Africa)
- 1054 Schism between Eastern and Western Christianity
- 1066 Norman conquest of England; rise of feudal monarchy in Western Europe
- 1100 Invention of gunpowder (China)
- 1150 Disintegration of Toltec Empire
- 1150-1350 Spead of Gothic style; scholasticism in Western Europe
- 1185-1333 Kamakura Shogunate (Japan)
- 1200 Rise of empire of Mali (West Africa)
India
- 1206 Delhi sultanate in Idnia
- 1231-1392 Mongols rule in Korea
- 1236 Capture of Baghdad by Mongols;
end of Abbasid caliphate
- 1265 First English parliament
- 1271-1368 Mongol Empire
(Yuan dynasty)
in China
- 1290s Islam begins to spread to southeast Asia
- 1320s Europeans first use cannon in war
- 1320-1340 Bubonic plague breaks out in Gobi desert and spreads to other parts of Asia
- 1325 Rise of Aztc Empire (MesoAmerica)
- 1338-1453 Hundred Years' War between England and France
- 1392-1910 Yi dynasty (Korea)
- 1400 End of Polynesian migrations
- 1405-1433 Chinese trading expeditions
- 1439 Portugal captures Azores Islands
-750 Establishment of the Abbasid caliphate (Baghdad)
- 945 Persian Buyids capture Baghdad; caliphs become pippet rulers
- 1258 Fall of Baghdad to Mongols; end of Abbasid caliphate
- 1291 Fall of Acre; last crusader stronghold in Middle East
- 600-700 Islam spreads across North Africa
- 1324 Pilgrimage of Mansa Musa
- 1400 Flourishing of cities of Timbuktu and Jenne; Ehtiopian Christian kingdom; Swahili cities flourish on east African Coast
- 1019-1054 Reign of Yaroslav, king of Rus'
- 1237-1241 Mongols (Tatars) capture
Russia
- 500-900 Christian missionaries work in Northern Europe
- 732 Franks defeat Muslims in France
- 962 Germanic kings revive Roman Empire
- 1096-1270 Crusades (
Christians from Western Europe
attempt to invade the Islamic Heartlands)
- 1215 Magna Carta signed in England
- 1348-1350 Bubonic Plague outbreak in Western Europe
- 900-1465 Chimor Empire based on Chan-Chan on north coast of Peru
- 1438 Incas dominate Cuzco and southern highlands
- 840s Period of Buddhist persecution (China)
- 1119 First reference to use of compass for sea navigation (China)
- 1127-1279 Southern Song dynasty (China)
- 646 Taika reforms (Japan)
- 857-1160 Period of Fujiwara dominance in Japan
- 918-1392 Koryo dynasty (Korea)
- 939 Vietnam wins independence from China
- 980-1009 Le dynasty (Vietnam)
- 1160-1185 Taira clan dominance (Japan)
- 1180-1185 Gempei Wars (Japan)
- 1037-1194 Seljuk Turks dominate the Middle East
- 1162-1227 Life of Chinggis Khan (First leader of the great Mongol Empire; original birth name is Temujin)
- 1271-1295 Journey of
Morco Polo
to central Asia, China, and southeast Asia
- 1260-1294 Reign of Kubilai Khan in China
- 1274-1280 Failed Mongol invasions of Japan
- 1304-1374 Life of Petrarch; development of Italian Renaissance
- 1368 Mongols expelled from China; Ming dynasty
Works Cited



- Stearns, Peter N., Michael Adas, Stuart B. Schwartz, and Marc J. Gilbert. World Civilizations: The Global Experience. Boston: Longman, 2011. Print.
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