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    • AP World History 1 Name ______________________Timeline - Foundations March 30, 2010Place the following events, people, empires, etc. on the timeline, giving approx. dates where appropriate.Suggestion: color each column of information a unique color. (e.g. all People written in blue, Gov’ts ingreen, etc.) Also be sure to place all of the “Must Know Dates” events on this timeline.Chapter People Gov’t/ Empires EventsCh 1Prehistory -AncientMesopotamia1Neandertal Cro-MagnonSargon HammurabiAbrahampastoralistsAgricultural Rev.Çatal HüyükEpic of Gilgameshbronze ironCh 2 Egypt Menes Old, Middle, New1KingdomsCh 3 AncientIndia & China1Harappa Mohenjo-DaroShia (Xia), Shang, &Zhou DynastiesEra of Warring StatesVedas Upanishads“Solidification” of CasteSystemoracle bonesCh 4 AncientAmericas &Oceania1OlmecsChavínMochicaNazcaMaya(n) “land bridge” migration toAmericasPopul Vuhsettlement of islandsthroughout OceaniaCh 7 Persia Darius Cyrun Achaemenid EmpireCh 8 ClassicalChinaConfucius MenciusLaozi Ban ZhaoQin ShihuangdiQin DynastyHan DynastyConfucianismDaoism LegalismYellow Turban RebellionCh 9 ClassicalIndiaAshoka MauryaChandra GuptaSiddhartha GautamaMauryan DynastyGupta DynastyBuddhismCh 10 Greece Pericles SocratesPlato AristotleAlexander the GreatCh 11 Rome Julius & Augustus CaesarTrajan ConstantineJesus of NazarethRoman RepublicRoman EmpirePax RomanaChristianity“split” of Roman EmpireCh 12 SilkRoadsDiocletianAttilaGermanic Invasions“Fall” of RomeThese chapter number are from the “Bentley Brief” textbook packets.1
    • AP World History 2 Name ______________________Timeline - 600-1450 March 30, 2010Place the following events, people, empires, etc. on the timeline, giving approx. dates where appropriate.Suggestion: color each column of information a unique color. (e.g. all People written in blue, Gov’ts ingreen, etc.) Also be sure to place all of the “Must Know Dates” events on this timelineUnit People Gov’t/ Empires EventsCh 13 Byzantium Justinian & TheodoraCharlemagnePrince VladimirByzantine Justinian’s CodeHagia SophiaGreat SchismCh 14 Islam MuhammadKhadijaAbu BakrAbbasid CaliphateUmayyad CaliphatehijraCh 15 Tang/SongChinaSong TaizuTang TaizongSui DynastySong DynastyTang DynastyNara JapanHeian Japanblock printingNeo-Confucianismcivil service examinations“flying cash”fast-ripening riceGrand CanalCh 16 Post-Classical IndiaSultanate of DelhiAngkor WatIslam º IndiaBhakti movementCh 17 FeudalEuropeCharlemagneVikingsCh 18 Mongols Temujin (Genghis Khan)Khubilai KhanMarco PoloMehmet the ConquerorTamerlaneYuan DynastyOttoman EmpireBattle of ManzikertBubonic Plague(s)Ch 19 pre-1500AfricaMansa MusaBantusAxumGreat ZimbabweCh 20 MedievalEuropeLeif EricssonThomas AquinasPope Urban IIWilliam the ConquerorHoly Roman Empire reconquistascholasticismCh 21 Pre-1500AmericasMontezumaAtahualpaAztec EmpireInca EmpireCh 22 SilkRoutes (trans-regional)Bartelomeo DiasVasco da GamaChristopher ColumbusIbn BattutaMichelangeloBlack Plague(s)Hundred Years WarYongle Encyclopedia
    • AP World History 3 Name ______________________Timeline - 1450-1750 (Early Modern) March 30, 2010Place the following events, people, empires, etc. on the timeline, giving approx. dates where appropriate.Suggestion: color each column of information a unique color. (e.g. all People written in blue, Gov’ts ingreen, etc.) Also be sure to place all of the “Must Know Dates” events on this timelineChapter People Gov’t/Empires EventsCh 23 Age ofExplorationVasco de BalboaChristopher ColumbusVasco da GamaBartolomeu DiasPrince Henry the NavigatorFerdinand MagellanSpain PortugalFrance EnglandColumbian Exchangejoint stock company7 Years’ WarEast India companyCh 24 EarlyModernEuropeLouis XIVPeter/Catherine the GreatGutenberg MachiavelliSmith LockeHobbes VoltaireRouseau CopernicusGalileo Martin LutherLoyola John CalvinHRE FranceEngland RussiaProtestant ReformationCatholic (Counter)ReformationCouncil of TrentEnlightenmentSpanish InquisitionCh 25 ColonialAmericasAtahualpa MontezumaCortes PizarroAztec Inca Treaty of TordesillasJamestownQuebecCh 26 EarlyModern AfricaSunni Ali Songhay Triangle TradediasporaCh 27 EarlyModernE. AsiaKangxi Matteo RicciQianlong Zheng HeTokugawa IeyasuMing QingTokugawa ShogunateNeo-confucianismForbidden City“Dutch learning”Ch 28 Muslim“Gunpowder”EmpiresAkbar Mehmed IIShah Ismail SüleymanOttomanSafavidMughalConstantinople öOttomansBattle of Chaldiran
    • AP World History 4 Name ______________________Timeline - 1750-1914 March 30, 2010Place the following events, people, empires, etc. on the timeline, giving approx. dates where appropriate.Suggestion: color each column of information a unique color. (e.g. all People written in blue, Gov’ts ingreen, etc.) Also be sure to place all of the “Must Know Dates” events on this timelineChapter People Gov’t/Empires EventsCh 30 Age ofRevolutionSimón BolívarJosé de San MartínGeorge WashingtonNapoleon BonaparteOtto von BismarckMaximilien RobespierreAlfred DreyfusOlympe de GougesElizabeth Cady StantonPrince Klemens vonMetternichTheodore Herzl7 Years WarAmerican Revolution/Independence StruggleFrench RevolutionTrafalgarRussian invasionWaterlooHaitian RevolutionCongress of ViennaAge of MetternichLatin American RevolutionsCh 31IndustrialRevolutionHenry Ford Industrial RevolutionWhitney’s cotton ginMarx’s Communist ManifestoCh 32 1800sAmericasAbraham LincolnBenito JuárezJuan Manuel de RosasPorfirio Díaz“Pancho” VillaJohn MacDonaldCanada (Dominionof Canada)Louisiana PurchaseManifest DestinyMexican Revolution 1823La ReformaMexican Revolution, 1910Ch 33 1800sAsian EmpiresMuhammad AliAlexander IIDowager Empress Cixi“Young Turks”Qing Dynasty Tanzimat ReformsTaiping RebellionMeiji RestorationBoxer RebellionRusso-Japanese WarCh 34ImperialismCharles DarwinQueen VictoriaSocial Darwinism“White Man’s Burden”Spanish-American WarSuez CanalPanama CanalMonroe DoctrineOpium War(s)Battle of OmdurmanBerlin ConferenceOpen Door Policy
    • AP World History 5 Name ______________________Timeline - 1914 - present March 30, 2010Place the following events, people, empires, etc. on the timeline, giving approx. dates where appropriate.Suggestion: color each column of information a unique color. (e.g. all People written in blue, Events ingreen, etc.) Also be sure to place all of the “Must Know Dates” events on this timelineChapter People EventsCh 35 WorldWar IKaiser Wilhelm IMustafa Kemal “Ataturk”Nicholas IIVladimir LeninWoodrow WilsonSchlieffen Plan Sinking of the LusitaniaEaster Rebellion Treaty of Brest-LitovskFebruary Revolution October RevolutionWilson’s 14 Points Treaty of VersaillesLeague of NationsCh 36 Age ofAnxietySigmund FreudJohn Maynard KeynesJoseph Stalin Mohandas GandhiMuhammad Ali JinnahSun Yatsen Mao ZedongChiang Kai-shek (Jiang Jieshi)Augusto César SandinoAnastacio Somoza GarciaRussian Civil War Stalin’s 5-Year Plan(s)Mein Kampf Amritsar MassacreMay Fourth MovementThree Principles of the PeopleGreat Depression the “Long March”Mukden Incident Good Neighbor PolicyCh 37 WorldWar IIWinston ChurchillFranklin RooseveltHarry Truman Joseph StalinHideki Tojo Adolf HitlerBenito MussoliniSpanish Civil War Austrian AnschlussMunich Conference Rape of NanjingBattle of Stalingrad D-DayHiroshima/NagasakiCh 38 The ColdWarDwight D. EisenhowerNikita KhrushchevLeonid BrezhnevMikhail GorbachevBoris Yeltsin Vladimir PutinHo Chi MinhKim Il SungYalta & Potsdam Conf’s United NationsTruman Doctrine Marshall PlanBerlin Blockade/Airlift Warsaw PactNATO China öcommunistKorean War Hydrogen bombsBerlin War Cuban Missile CrisisVietnam WarCh 39 Retreatfrom EmpireJomo Kenyatta Gamal NassarNelson MandelaJawaharlal Nehru Anwar SadatAyatollah KhomeiniSaddam Hussein Yasser ArafatRichard Nixon Henry KissingerDeng Xiao Ping Hu JintaoIndependence of India Birth of IsraelBandung Conference Great Leap ForwardCultural Revolution Tiananmen SquareIndependence of (much/most) of AfricancoloniesCh 40 Worldwithout BordersOsama bin LadenRachel CarsonIndira GandhiGlobalization European Union (EU)World Trade Org. (WTO)N. Am. Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)
    • World Empires at a GlanceRegion Foundations -600 C.E.600-1450 C.E. 1450-1750 C.E.1750-1914 C.E.1914 C.E.-presentGlobal PortugalSpainDutchBritainFranceBritainFranceGermanyU.S.BritainFranceU.S.East Asia ShangZhouQinHanSuiTangSongYuan(Mongol)MingQingQingSouth Asia MauryaGuptaDelhiSultanateMughalSE Asia AngkorSW Asia(MiddleEast)SumerEgyptPersiaUmayyadAbbasidOttomanSafavidOttomanN & CentralAsiaMongolSub-SaharanAfricaGhanaMaliSahelZimbabweEurope GreeceRomePortugalSpainBritainHoly RomanEmpireAustria-Hungary(HRE)BritainGermanyN. America OlmecToltecMayanAztecS. America ChavínMochicaNazcaInca6
    • AP World History Timeline - Foundations Name _____________________ Hour ____Prehistory 2,000 BCE 1,500 1,000 600BCE 0 CE 200 400 600 CEE AsiaSE AsiaS AsiaMid-EastN & C AsiaEuropeAfricaAmericasOceaniaGlobal/Interregional
    • AP World History Timeline 600-1450 CE Name _____________________ Hour ____600 CE 700 800 900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500E AsiaSE AsiaS AsiaMid-EastN & C AsiaEuropeAfricaAmericasOceaniaGlobal/Interregional
    • AP World History Timeline 1450-1750 CE Name _____________________ Hour ____1450 CE 1500 1550 1600 1650 1700 1750E AsiaSE AsiaS AsiaMid-EastN & C AsiaEuropeAfricaAmericasOceaniaGlobal/Interregional
    • AP World History Timeline 1750-1914 CE Name _____________________ Hour ____1750 CE 1775 1800 1825 1850 1875 1900E AsiaSE AsiaS AsiaMid-EastN & C AsiaEuropeAfricaAmericasOceaniaGlobal/Interregional
    • AP World History Timeline 1914-present Name _____________________ Hour ____1914 CE 1930 1945 1960 1975 1990 2005E AsiaSE AsiaS AsiaMid-EastN & C AsiaEuropeAfricaAmericasOceaniaGlobal/Interregional
    • World History at a Glance Name ____________________ Hour ___8,000 BCE 1,000 0 CE 600 1450 1750 1914 2000E AsiaSE AsiaS AsiaMid-EastN & C AsiaEuropeAfricaAmericasOceaniaGlobal/InterregionalBill Strickland, East Grand Rapids High School bstrickl@egrps.org