period3pt1

Events

silla dynasty

57 bc - 935 ad

muhamad

570 - 632

Before Muhammad was the prophet, he was a long distance trade who encountered monotheists. after he was given the gift from God, he expanded islamic trade (3.3).

sui dynasty

581 - 618

To support any empire, or in Chinese cases, dynasty’s, large amounts of money was required to allow the empire to continue. this connects to 3.3. trade was the key to empires survival

Tang Dynasty

618 - 907

To support any empire, or in Chinese cases, dynasty’s, large amounts of money was required to allow the empire to continue. this connects to 3.3. trade was the key to empires survival.

umayyad

661 - 750

+Like that of any empire or dynasty, trade must be encouraged for the survival. 3.3

nara

710 - 794

Abbasid Empire

750 ad - 1258 ad

+Like that of any empire or dynasty, trade must be encouraged for the survival. 3.3

charlemagne

769 - 814

heian period

794 - 1185

angkor

802 - 1431

Kingdom of Ghana

830 - 1235

Africa was an emerging powerhouse in period 3. Ghana became a trade powerhouse because Muslims and other peoples wanted African goods, pouring money into Africa to gain the desired good (3.3)

song dynasty

960 - 1279

To support any empire, or in Chinese cases, dynasty’s, large amounts of money was required to allow the empire to continue. this connects to 3.3. trade was the key to empires survival. The Chinese also got an increase of wealth because they had many new expensive advances in technology.

norman inasion of england

1066

first crusade

1096 - 1099

The first crusade was primarily about religion. However an underlying factor was the trade potential of Jerusalem. 3.3

great zimbabwe

1100 - 1400

Africa was an emerging powerhouse in period 3. Great Zimbabwe became a trade powerhouse because Muslims and other peoples wanted African goods, pouring money into Africa to gain the desired good (3.3)

ghengis

1150 - 1227

Ghengis khan was the leader of the Mongols, and he conquered many ares, increasing trade, and communication. -

sultante of delhi

1206 - 1526

kublai

1215 - 1294

Kublai khan was the leader of the Mongols, and he conquered many ares, increasing trade, and communication.

Mali empire

1230 - 1600

Africa was an emerging powerhouse in period 3. Mali became a trade powerhouse because Muslims and other peoples wanted African goods, pouring money into Africa to gain the desired good (3.3)

mongols conquest of china

1268 - 1276

Mongols were a destructive force that l hated China. China was conquered by the Mongols, firstly opened up trade with China and the world, and added to the Mongol empire. This connects with 3.1, because the Mongols patrolled and made the Silk Road more safe for trade, and since the Mongols opened up trade,, 3.3, in China it made the world have a better economics.

yuan dynasty

1271 - 1368

To support any empire, or in Chinese cases, dynasty’s, large amounts of money was required to allow the empire to continue. this connects to 3.3. trade was the key to empires survival. The yuang dynasty was a mongol ruling empire, but he trade and economy is the same, never the less.

mansa musa

1280 - 1337

Mansa Musa was a African lord, converted to a islamic deciple. When he made the hajj, he brought enough gold with hike to build many mosques. His traveling inspired travelers to go to his part of Africa, because they saw vast amounts of gold. This inspired 3.1, and 3.3.

ibn battuta

1304 - 1368

Ibn Battuta was a traveler, like Marco polo, and Columbus. When he discovered and made maps to show where people were, travelers could go there, and encourage trade, (3.1)).

hundred years war

1337 - 1453

bubonic plauge

1348 ad

Due to trade routes making the world a smaller place, many things could spread. For example, new technolgies could help varios parts of the world. How ever, many bad things could, This includes the black death. this directly relates to expansion of exchange networks

tamerlane

1350 - 1405

Tamerlane was a great leader who conquered vast expanses. When tamerlane, or any leader conquered, new trade routes and partmers were established. this connects to 3.1 and 3.3.

ming dynasty

1368 - 1644

To support any empire, or in Chinese cases, dynasty's, large amounts of money was required to allow the empire to continue. this connects to 3.3. trade was the key to empires survival.

zheng he

1371 - 1433

Zheng He, like Marco polo, or Columbus was a traveler by trade. When people traveled,back in this time, new routes were made. These routes could be safer, and shorter. This was great for trade, (3.3) and when it was made shorter, word could be passed, essentially making the world more connected, (3.1)

incas

1438 - 1533