Unit 3 Timeline


Abbasid Dynasty

750 C.E. - 1258 C.E

Also known as the Abbasid Caliphate, the Abbasid Dynasty was the longest ruling dynasty, managing to enter the Islamic world into a Golden Age.

Heian Period

794 C.E. - 1185 C.E.

The Heian Period was the final era for Classical Japan, during this time Chinese influence, such as Buddhism, was popular.

First Crusade

1096 C.E. - 1099 C.E.

The Crusades were a series of Holy wars, the first attempted to reclaim the Holy Land from the Turks.

Kingdom of Angkor

1100 C.E. - 1150 C.E.

Angkor was a city in the Khmer Empire, ruled by Jayavarman, which called himself “King of Kings”

Fourth Crusade

1202 C.E. - 1204 C.E.

The Fourth Crusade was actually a mission to go recapture Jerusalem from Muslim forces, yet the Crusades ended with Constantinople being sacked.

Ibn Battuta

1325 C.E. - 1354 C.E.

A traveler that roamed across Asia and Africa trying to complete Hajj, the pilgrimage to Mecca.

Hundred Years' War

1337 C.E. - 1453 C.E.

The Hundred Years’ War was a long conflict between France and Britain, fighting over who would succeed the French throne.

First Bubonic Plague Pandemic

1347 C.E.

The Bubonic Plague (or the Black Death) managed to destroy two thirds of the human population, especially due to the uncleanliness of Europe cities at the time

Fall of Constantinople

1451 C.E. - 1481 C.E.

The Byzantine Empire finally fell when the Ottoman Empire managed to invade it due to leadership of Sultan Mehmet 'll

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