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600-1450 C.E. All You Need to Know. 600-1450 is referred to as the Post-Classical Era. The chapters about this time period cover the Middle East, Europe, South America, Africa, Asia. Maps. Timeline, Wooohooo!. Timeline. 500 C.E. 570-632 Muhammad 589-618 Sui Dynasty. 600 C.E.

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600 1450 c e

600-1450 C.E.

All You Need to Know

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600-1450 is referred to as the Post-Classical Era.
  • The chapters about this time period cover the Middle East, Europe, South America, Africa, Asia
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Timeline

  • 500 C.E.
  • 570-632 Muhammad
  • 589-618 Sui Dynasty
  • 600 C.E.
  • 618-907 Tang Dynasty
  • 661-750 Ummayad Caliphate
  • 668 Korean Independence
  • 700 C.E.
  • 750 Abbasid Caliphate
  • 777 North African Islamic kingdoms form
  • 800 C.E.
  • 800-814 Charlemagne Empire
  • 900 C.E.
  • 960-1127 Song Dynasty
  • Tula established by Toltecs
  • Vladmir I converts to Christianity
  • 1000 C.E.
  • 1054 Schism between Eastern and Western Christianity
  • 1055 Abbasid caliphate controlled by Seljuk Turks
  • 1066 Feudal monarchy on the rise
  • 1096-1099 First Crusade (to Palestine)
even more timeline
Even More Timeline
  • 1100 C.E.
  • 1100 China invents exploding powder
  • 1150 Toltec Empire declines and ends
  • 1185-1333 Kamakura Shogunate
  • 1200 C.E.
  • 1231-1392 Korea ruled by Mongols
  • 1236 Mongols capture Russia
  • 1258 Baghdad captured by Mongols, Abbasid caliphate ends
  • 1265 First English parliament
  • 1279-1368 China ruled by Mongols
  • 1300 C.E.
  • 1320s Europeans use first cannon in war
  • 1320-1340 Bubonic plague originates in Gobi desert and spreads
  • 1325 Rise of the Aztecs
  • 1338-1453 Hundred Years’ War
  • 1350 Rise of Inca
  • 1400 C.E.
  • 1405-1433 Chinese trading expeditions
  • 1453 End of Byzantine Empire
vocabulary
bedouins

Umayyad

Quran

five pillars

caliph

Sunnis

Jihad

Abbasids

Mongols

Sufis

manorialism

serfs

three-field system

feudalism

vassals

Magna Carta

Parliaments

Hundred Years War

guilds

black death

bushi

samurai

seppuku

shogun

daimyos

sinification

Vocabulary
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Charlemagne

United Western Europe

Regarded as the Founder of France and Germany

Muhammad

Founded Islam

His revelations inspired writing of Quran

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Mansa Musa

Ruled the Mali Empire

Had almost half of the world’s gold

Vladimir I of Kiev

Introduced Christianity to the Rus’

major developments16
Major Developments
  • Rise of Islam
  • Bubonic Plague
  • Parliamentary Government
  • World Trading Network
  • Tang/Song Dynasty
  • Byzantium and Orthodox Christianity
  • American Empires
  • African Empires
  • Feudalism
rise of islam
Rise of Islam
  • Muhammed (570-632)- bedouin tribes in present-day Saudi Arabia.
  • Arabian tribes eventually united by Islam and the booty from continued raids against other areas
  • Bedouin tribes take over Iran, Iraq, North India
world trading network
World Trading Network
  • Strong Muslim Empires bridged gap between East and West
  • Technology spread due to trade
bubonic plague
Bubonic Plague
  • 13th to 16th century- Black Death swept through Eurasia
  • 1/3 of population was killed
parliamentary government
Parliamentary Government
  • Began in England in the 1100s
  • Idea spread from England to rest of Europe
tang song dynasty
Tang/Song Dynasty
  • Scholar-gentry
  • Examinations
  • Expanded territory west to Caspian Sea and north to Lake Baikal
byzantium and orthodox christianity
Byzantium and Orthodox Christianity
  • Created from eastern part of Roman Empire
  • Russia inherited Orthodox Christianity and the Byzantine tradition
  • The Byzantine Empire was surrounded by Muslims to the south and Turkic tribes to the East
american civilizations
American Civilizations
  • Maya-Yucatan Peninsula
  • cities abandoned in 700s
  • Toltecs-came after Mayas, set up capital city in 968 in central Mexico
  • Aztecs-came after Toltecs
  • Incas-1300-1400s, took over much of western South America
african empires
African Empires
  • Originally mostly stateless society – no bureaucracy or professional military
  • Islam spread quickly through Africa, with its ideas of equality
  • In Northeast Africa, the Sahel, several kingdoms emerged. In order: Ghana, Mali, Songhay.
  • Before the 400s, there were already Christian converts in Egypt and Eastern Africa
  • Ethiopian kingdom and Copts in Egypt were Christian
feudalism
Feudalism
  • Rome fell, chaos reigned from 500s to 900s
  • Catholicism provided only organization
  • Charlemagne created feudal empire based on Papal support
  • Soon other groups also did this