Danis world history timeline

Mongols

Mongols stability and laws

1200 - 1300

This is the period when From the mid-1200s to the mid-1300s, the Mongols imposed stability and law and order across.

The new universal ruler

1206

In 1206, Temujin accepted the title Genghis Khan, or “universal ruler” of the mongol clan and entered his starting of power.

Jin empire

1211

His first goal was China. After invading the northern Jin Empire in 1211 the attention turned to the region west of Mongolia.

Central asia

1225

The Mongols destroyed one city after another—By 1225, Central Asia was under Mongol control.

Genghis khan death

1227

Genghis Khan died in 1227—not from violence, but from illness. His successors continued to expand his empire.

Kublai khan

1260

Kublai Khan, the grandson of Genghis Khan, assumed the title Great Khan in 1260.

Silk road

1275

He traveled by caravan on the Silk Roads with his father and uncle, arriving at Kublai Khan’s court around 1275

Fail to conquer

1281

Failure to Conquer Japan After conquering China, Kublai Khan tried to extend his rule to Japan. In 1274 and again in 1281

Yuan dynasty

1294

Yuan Dynasty Overthrown Kublai Khan died in 1294. After his death, the Yuan Dynasty began to fade. Family members continually argued over who would rule after he died

India

Hahkjsgiugs

415 BC

The height of Gupta empire

375 BC

The other son

335 BC

Magadha and the area north of it, with his power base along the

Chandraguta gathered

321 BC

Chandragupta gathered an army, killed the unpopular Nanda king, and in about 321 B.C. claimed the throne.

Gupta empire

320 BC

The first Gupta emperor came to power not through battle but by marrying a daughter of an influential royal family. After his marriage, Chandra Gupta I took the title “Great King of Kings” in A.D. 320.

The Mauryan empire

303 BC

By 303 B.C., the Mauryan Empire stretched more than 2,000

The son

301 BC

In 301 B.C., Chandragupta’s son assumed the throne. He ruled for 32 years. Then Chandragupta’s grandson, Asoka

Asoka

269 BC

Asoka Promotes Buddhism

Asoka died

232 BC

Noble as his policies of toleration and nonviolence were, they failed to hold the empire together after Asoka died in 232 B.C

Northern india

185 BC

At the same time, northern India had
to absorb a flood of new people fleeing
political instability in other parts of
Asia. For 500 years, beginning about
185 B.C.

Europe

Florence

1434 - 1464

. In 1434, he won control of Florence’s government. He did not seek political office for himself, but influenced members of the ruling council by giving them loans. For 30 years, he was dictator of Florence.
Cosimo de Medici died in 1464, but his family continued

Turks

1453

Third, Christian scholars in Constantinople fled to Rome with Greek manu- scripts when the Turks conquered Constantinople in 1453.

Cosimo

1469

Cosimo de Medici died in 1464, but his family continued to control Florence. His grandson, Lorenzo de Medici, came to power in 1469

The courtier

1528