Part 4 Timeline

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Polynesian sailors first reach the Hawaiian Islands

500

Polynesian settlers from Tahiti arrive in Hawaii

1100 - 1300

Metal Ore Mining

1200 - 1500

Agriculture

1200 - 1500

Rich soil for farming

1200 - 1300

Rice patties in Niger river delta

1200 - 1500

Indian stone and earth dams for irrigation

1200 - 1500

Germans migrated to more fertile lands

1200 - 1299

Gothic cathedrals become popular in Europe

1200 - 1500

Takrur spreads under the title King Sumanguru

1206

Temujin is acknowledged as Genghis Khan (supreme leader)

1206

The Magna Carta issued

1215

the capture of the Jin capital Yanjing

1215

Genghis Khan dies and his son takes over

1227

Mongol's attain control of Northern China

1234

The Mongols sack Baghdad

1258

murder of Abbasid Caliphate

1258

Nasir al-Din Tusi wrote about history, poetry, ethics, and the religion

1260

Marco Polo's voyage to court with the Mongols

1271 - 1295

Imperial horseback courier system

1279 - 1368

Yuan empire developes

1279 - 1368

The synthesis of Mongolian and Chinese traditions and morals during yuan empire

1279 - 1368

Beijing becomes a trade hub and cosmopolitian

1279

Raides were set on Delhi and Lahore

1280 - 1300

Christian Nubian kingdoms open up to Islam

1280

il-Khan Ghazan coverts to Islam

1295

Mongols conquered the Middle East

1300 - 1399

60 new universities were founded in Europe

1300 - 1500

New Zealand was settled upon by the Polynesians

1300

Pope Boniface denying royal control from others

1302

The pilgramage of Mansa Musa

1324 - 1325

Sultan Muhammad ibn Taghluq becomes ruler in Delhi

1325 - 1351

Go-Daigo breaks century-old traditions to reclaim power from shoguns

1335

The Hundred Years War

1337 - 1453

Rebellions from farmers

1340 - 1360

The three-field system

1340

Mongol princes start fighting

1340

Europe's population more than doubled by 1345

1345

Bahmani kingdom established

1347 - 1482

The great pandemic

1347 - 1352

The price of wool rising in England

1350

ibn Battuta's vist to Mali and is pleased with their teachings

1352 - 1354

Closed off relations in central Asia and middle east

1368

Hongwu leads the Ming Empire

1368 - 1398

After the fall of the Mongols

1368 - 1400

The rise of the Ming empire

1368

Strict limits on imports and foreigners

1368

New capital Nanjing instead of Beijing

1370

Great western schism

1378 - 1415

Cattle Herding

1400 - 1500

The invention of oil paints

1400

Henry the Navigator's ships established long-lasting contact with Maderia

1418

Henry the Navigator's ships establish long-lasting contact with Azores

1439

Henry the Nav. sells Africans from the NW coast into slavery

1440 - 1449

Hausa cities adopt islam as official region

1450

Kanem-Bornu speads Islam

1450 - 1500

Humanists began influencing people around 1450 in Europe

1450

Iberian trade connections with northern Europe, Indian Ocean, Black Sea

1450

Portugese sailors arrive @ Gold Coast of W. Africa & set up a trading post

1482

The Arawak rebel against against Spain

1495

Portuguese army wipes out Swahili Coast cities

1505

Helena sends a letter to the king of Portugal

1509

Cuba is taken over by Diego Velazquez

1510 - 1511

Portuguese army destroys Goa

1510

Ottoman Turks take over Egypt

1517

the Spanish spread a new disease among Amerindians

1518

Alfonso I sent a letter to the king of Portugal for help

1526

Portuegese army attacked Gujarati port of Diu

1535

Christopher de Gama goes to Ethiopia

1539