Maria and Gupta Empires
Chandragupta gathered an army, killed the unpopular Nanda king and claimed the throne
Mauryan Empire stretched more than 2,000
Chandragupta’s son assumed the throne. He ruled for 32 years.
Asoja became the king of the mauryan in 269
Asoka died in 232 B.C.
wave after wave of Greeks,
Persians, and Central Asians poured into
northern India in 185 B.C
Chandra Gupta I took the title “Great King of Kings” in A.D. 320
Chandra Gupta II ruled from 375 A.D to 415 A.D
The Empire ended about 535 A.D
Timur Lane destroyed Delhi in 1398
Babur led an army of 12000 against an the sultan of Delhis army of 100000 and succeeded
Akbar certainly lived up to his name, ruling India with wisdom and tolerance from 1556 to 1605
Akbar’s death in 1605
In 1631, Mumtaz Mahal died at age 39 while giving birth to her 14th child
When Shah Jahan became ill in 1657, his four sons scrambled for the throne.
Aurangzeb ruled from 1658 to 1707
1400-1600 the renaissance
He was the wealthiest European at the time. He gained control of Florences government but did not hold a political office in 1434. He died in 1464, but his family continued to control Florence.
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the Turks conquered Constantinople in 1453
Cosmo de Medici's grandson, Lorenzo de Medici, came to power in 1469
Baldassare Castiglione wrote a book that taught you how to be a renaissance man