"great teacher" Created confucionism, supported by Chinese officials.
Founder of the Persian Empire
AKA Persian Empire
Pre-cursor to the roman empire
The warring time between the Greek city-states, and the Persians.
Great philosopher of Greece.
Student of Socrates, wrote Socrates spoken word down
Student of Plato
Great Macedonian king, took thrown at 20, while already having four years as a general.
Came before the Gupta dynasty in modern day India
First ruler to openly support Buddhism, conveniently after he was finished conquering
Pre-cursor to Han empire, fell and was recycled through the dynastic cycle
One end of the Silk road, traded indirectly with Rome. Also fell by very similar terms to the Rome empire
Dictator of the Romans.
A document that kept peace for over 400 years throughout the Roman empire
"Jesus of Nazareth", Prophet of Christianity, said to be Gods son
Another significant trade route along the east African coast
Uprising in China, named so for the yellow turbans worn by the rebels
Came after the Mauryan empire, founded by Maharaja Sri Gupta.
Supported by Constantine, then the capital of Rome was moved to Turkey
Became poor, and the east cut off the west, so Rome could still somewhat survive