APWH Sem1

Chapter 12

Turks

900 - 1300

The carried Islam to many regions after being converted in the 10th to 14th centuries by the Arabs

Chinggis Khan

1162 - 1227

"universal ruler" who rose from obscurity to unite the mongol tribes

The Mongol World War

1209 - 1250

Mongols attacked agricultural societies in China, Korea, Central Asia, Russia, the Islamic Middle East, and part of Eastern Europe

Kipchak Khanate/ Golden Horde

1237 - 1480

Mongols did not integrate with the urban areas or elite culture, but used some princes against others to collect tribute. The occupation was not as great as it was in Persia r China.

Hulegu/ Il-Khan of Persia

1250 - 1350

Harsh and destructive time, but most Mongols assimilated into the society towards the end of the khanate

Black Plague

1250

spread across europe and devastated 1/3 to 1/2 of Europe's population

Yuan Dynasty

1271 - 1368

The Chinese name given to the Mongol conquest of China

Chapter 13

Ottoman Empire

1300 - 1900

Ming Dynasty

1368 - 1644

Timur

1375 - 1430

attempted to reinstate the Mongol Empire

Songhay Empire

1400 - 1580

Zheng He's Voyages

1405 - 1433

Seizure of Consantinople

1453

marked the final demise of Christian Byzantium

Safavid Empire

1475 - 1525

Malacca

1500

Transformed from a small fishing village to a major Muslim port city

Aztec Empire- Conquered

1519

moved from northern Mexico to south in early 14th c.

Inca Empire -Conquered

1532

by pizarro, located in the Andes mountains

Mughal Empire

1566 - 1857

Chapter 14/15

Columbian Exchange

1493 - 1750

Indian Ocean Commercial Network

1500 - 1750

Philippines (Spanish)

1565

Akbar

1566 - 1605

Tokugawa Shogunate (Japan)

1600 - 1868

Aurangzeb

1638 - 1707

Qing (manchu) Dynasty/Empire

1644 - 1912

Era

Classical Era

600 BC - 600

European Middle Ages

500 - 1500

Post-Classical Era

600 - 1450

Renaissance begins in Italy

1350 - 1500

Modern Era

1450 - 1800

Renaissance begins in rest of Europe

1500 - 1650

Enlightenment in Europe

1700 - 1800