Mongol timeline

Mongols

Genghis Khan unifies empire

1200

Temujin accepted the title “universal ruler” of the Mongol clans.

1206

Genghis invades the northern Jin Empire

1211

Central Asia is under Mongol control

1225

Genghis Khan dies

1227

the grandson of Genghis Khan assumes the title Great Khan

1260

the Mongols divide their empire into four regions

1260

Marco Polo arrives at Kublai Khan’s court

1275

the Great Khan sent huge fleets against Japan

1281

Kublai Khan dies

1294

India

Chandra Gupta claims the throne

321 BC

the Mauryan Empire stretched more than 2,000

303 BC

Chandra gupta’s son assumed the throne.

301 BC

Asoka becomes the king of the Mauryan empire

269 BC

Asoka died

232 BC

Trade expanded even after the Mauryan Empire ended

185 BC

Chandra Gupta I took the title “Great King of Kings”

320 AD

samudra Gupta became king

335 AD

Chandra Gupta rules

375 - 415

Chandra's rule ends

415 AD

the empire ends

535 AD

Timur the lame destroys Delhi

1398

Babur inherited a kingdom in the area called Uzbekistan and Tajikistan

1494

Babur led 12,000 troops to victory against an army of 100,000

1526

Akbar rules india

1566 - 1605

Mumtaz Mughal dies

1631

Shah Jahan becomes ill

1657

Aurangzeb rules

1658 - 1707

Europe

Laura dies

1348

Cosimo de Medici

1434 - 1464

Johann Gutenberg developed a printing press

1440

Leonardo da Vinci

1452 - 1519

War between France and England ended

1453

the Turks conquered Constantinople

1453

Donatellos statue was created

1465

Lorenzo de Medici came to power

1469

Michelangelo Buonarroti

1475 - 1564

Vittoria Colonna

1492 - 1547

Albrecth Dürer traveled to Italy to study

1494

Erasmus wrote his book

1509

The prince by Niccolò Machiavelli

1513

Thomas more wrote the book the utopia

1516

Baldassare Castiglione wrote the courtier

1528

Flemish painting reached its peak

1550

Queen Elizabeth reigned

1558 - 1603

William Shakespeare was living in London and writing

1592