Interregional Patterns of Culture and Contact, 1200-1550

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Mongol Eurasia and Its Aftermath

Teachings of Buddhist Priests

1200 - 1300

ICi

Mongols Captured Jin Capital of Yanjung

1215

IAiv

Mongols Invaded Balkh

1220

IAiii

Genghis Khan Told His Strategy

1227

IAi

Khan Ogodei Rhanged Rax Rate

1230

ICiii

Korean Family Takes Role of Military Leader

1231

IFv

Koryo Kings Links Through Intermarrige

1258

IFiv

Mongols Were Defeated at the Battle of Ain Jalut

1260

IAii and IBi

Interaction Between the Muslims and Mongols Were Difficult

1260 - 1500

IDi

Mongol Invade Japan

1274

IFiii

Ghazan Declared Himself Muslim

1295

IDii

Koryo Kings Mostly of Mongolian Bloodlines

1350

IFii

Mongols Stayed in China

1368

ICii

Many Mongols Moved Back to Mongolia

1368

IEii

Koryo Kings Forced to Remain Loyal

1368

IFi

Power Contests Broke Out

1368

IEiii

Zhu Yuanzhang Created a New Empire

1386

IEii

Timur Saw Himself the New Genghis Khan

1398 - 1402

IDiii

Tropical Africa and Asia

Asia Traded Bananas With Africa

1200

IIBii

Bantu-Speakers Spread Goods Across Africa

1200

IIAii

Turkur Leader Accepted New Faith

1200

IICi

Delhi Sultanate Begins

1206

IIBi

Muslim Invaders Extended Ruler Over Hindu Princes and Chiefs

1206 - 1236

IIAiii and IIEiii

Mali Empire Begins

1230

IIAiii

Mali Had Only One Goal

1230

IICiii

Kanem-Bornu Brings Islam to Conquered Cities

1250

IIDiii

Muslims Seizes Gujarat

1298

IIEii

Mansa Musa Returns

1325

IICii

Mansa Musa Brings Islam to His People

1325

IIDii

Bengel Becomes Center of Islam

1338

IIEi

Great Zimbabwe Hit Its Peak

1400

IIFi

Hausa States' Leaders' Religion was Islam

1450

IIDi

Funlani People Extended Their Range

1500

IIAi

The Latin West

Changes In Weaponry

1200

IIIDiii

Maritime Trade

1200

IIIBi

"Industrial Revolution"

1200 - 1500

IIIAiii

England Expands Power of Wales and Ireland

1200 - 1400

IIIDii

Venice's Diversion of the Fourth Crusade

1204

IIIBiii

Draining Swamps and Clearing Forests

1250

IIIAii

"Summa Theologica" By Thomas Aquinas

1267 - 1273

IIICii

Gothic Cathedrals

1284

IIIBii

New Universities Are Built

1300

IIICi

Three-Fielf System

1300

IIIAi

Hundred Years War

1337 - 1453

IIIDi

Humanists

1350

IIICiii

Maritime Revolution

Voyages of Polynesian People

400 - 1300

IVAi

Voyages of Zheng He

1405 - 1433

IVAii

Henry the Navigator

1415

IVBii

First Slaves from Africa to Europe

1440

IVAiii

Italy Voyages

1450

IVBi

West Africans are Eagered to Trade with Europeans

1471

IVCi

Africans Negotiate with Representative of Portugal

1482

IVCii

Bartolomeu Dias Rounded Tip Of Africa

1488

IVBiii

Christopher Columbus Made Second Trip To Hispaniola

1493

IVFii

Vasco da Gama's Arrival in India

1498

IVEi

King Manual Named Himself "King of Conquest"

1499

IVEii

Portuguese Invaded Swahili Coast Cities

1505

IVEiii

Queen Helena Asks King of Portugal to Form an Alliance

1509

IVDii

Diseases Break Out

1518

IVFii

Hernan Cortes Left Cuba

1519

IVFiii

Adal's Victory Reduce Christian Kingdom to Risky State

1529

IVDi

Christopher da Gama made it to Ethiopia

1539

IVDiii

Slave Trade Move South in Africa

1540

IVCiii