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  • Chimu Culture at Chan Chan, Peru, Height of the

    The ancient capital of the Chimu Empire called the Chan Chan is located hundreds of miles from the Inca capital of Cuzco. It seemed that over the years, the Inca had eclipsed their distant neighbors. Although the Chimu Empire was relatively smaller than what the Inca people built in their heyday, it remains as one […] The post Chimu Culture at Chan Chan, Peru, Height of the appeared first on Amazi...

  • Anasazi (Ancestral Pueblo) Cliff Dwellings in Mesa Verde, Chaco Canyon, and Canyon de Chelly

    The Ancestral Pueblo people (Anasazi in Navajo language) were masters of shaping the landscape to make it habitable and the unique houses they built on the Four Corners (Arizona, Utah, New Mexico, and Colorado). Which the most recognizable hallmark of their culture. Their first recorded houses were shallow pit-houses that they built during the Basketmaker […] The post Anasazi (Ancestral Pueblo) Cl...

  • Incas in Peru, Rise of

    Inca Origin Myth The Inca people had as much as forty stories of origin, but two of the most prominent were the Pacariqtambo Legend and the Lake Titicaca Legend. According to the Pacariqtambo Legend, the creator Viracocha and the sun god, Inti decided to create the first man called Manco Capac. He and his siblings […] The post Incas in Peru, Rise of appeared first on Amazing Bible Timeline with Wo...

  • Almoravids Driven from Zaragoza by King Alfonso I of Aragon

    Muslim-Dominated Spain Between the Tenth and Twelfth Centuries In 711, a mix of Arab and Berber warriors landed in Spain to remove its Visigoth rulers and proceeded to fold it into the Umayyad realm. They changed its name from Hispania to al-Andalus. The Umayyads’ hold on the caliphate remained strong even after three hundred years […] The post Almoravids Driven from Zaragoza by King Alfonso I of ...

  • Turkic Muslims Take India

    The Foundation of the Turkic Ghaznavid Dynasty The Muslim world had split by the time the first half of the tenth century rolled in. The Abbasid caliphs under Buyid control continued to rule in Baghdad; the Samanids ruled Khorasan in the east. The Saffarids’ ruled directly to the south; the Umayyad Caliph in Cordoba; the […] The post Turkic Muslims Take India appeared first on Amazing Bible Timeli...

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  • Sultan Becomes Muslim

    The Oghuz Turks The Turkic groups of people that emerged from Central Asia during the Medieval Period were a force to be reckoned with wherever they went. These hardy nomads streamed out of their homelands in Central Asia and Southern Siberia and initially lived in the frontiers of major empires of the medieval period, such […] The post Sultan Becomes Muslim appeared first on Amazing Bible Timelin...

  • Farmers in America Grow Sweet Potatoes and Corn

    Thousands of years ago, Native Americans gradually left behind the nomadic lifestyle and focused on the domestication and cultivation of crops. Two of the most important crops they cultivated were corn and sweet potatoes, and both came a long way from their Central American origins to become a staple food in North America and later, […] The post Farmers in America Grow Sweet Potatoes and Corn appe...

  • Leif Ericson Reaches North America

    The Vikings The word “Viking” was the English name given to a group of fierce warriors whose ships appeared out of the mists of the Atlantic to pillage Western Europe. For the English, the word meant “men who came from Viken (present-day Sweden)”, but for the Franks and other Western Europeans, they were simply known […] The post Leif Ericson Reaches North America appeared first on Amazing Bible T...

  • Song Dynasty

    In AD 960, a former soldier named Zhao Khuangyin rebelled and declared himself the ruler of the new Northern Song Dynasty. This dynasty’s rule ended 319 years later after the fall of the Southern Song. This chaotic yet prosperous period in China’s history appeared in the Biblical Timeline Poster with World History between AD 960 […] The post Song Dynasty appeared first on Amazing Bible Timeline wi...

  • Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms

    The End of the Tang Dynasty The Tang Dynasty’s domination of China officially ended in 907 with the death of the puppet Emperor Ai of Tang. The long road to its decline started during the time of the An Lushan rebellion (755-763). The Tang emperors had lost the Mandate of Heaven, but their legitimacy to […] The post Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms appeared first on Amazing Bible Timeline with Worl...

  • Feng Dao and the Printing of the Nine Confucian Classics

    Chinese scholars were liberated from the time-consuming and tedious task of writing manuscripts with the invention of the woodblock printing (Chinese characters carved on a block of wood) during the dominance of the Han Dynasty (206 BC–220 AD). Woodblocks were first used in printing patterns on silk, but printing found another medium when paper was […] The post Feng Dao and the Printing of the Nin...

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  • Khitans and the Defeat of the Tatars During the Liao Dynasty, Rise of the

    The Khitan people were nomads who originated from the Xianbei (early Mongolians) and occupied China’s northern frontier before the rise of the Tang Dynasty (618-907 AD). They were part of the Kumo Xi tribe which later split into two groups in 388 AD: the group that retained the Kumo XI name and the Khitan (Ch’i-tan) […] The post Khitans and the Defeat of the Tatars During the Liao Dynasty, Rise of...

  • China,Three Religions: Confucianism, Taoism, and Buddhism

    The most well-known religions for China around 800 AD were Confucianism, Taoism, and Buddhism. They are recorded on the Biblical Timeline Poster with World History during that time. Confucianism Confucius (Latin for Kongzi/Kongqiu), the founder of Confucianism, was born around 551 BC during the tumultuous years of the Spring and Autumn Period (771-476 BC). He […] The post China,Three Religions: Co...

  • China: Golden Age

    The faint glimmer of unity under the Sui Dynasty (581-618) was extinguished after the death of its first Emperor Wendi (581-604). When his son, the Emperor Yangdi (604-618), acceded the throne, he continued his father’s ill-advised and long war with the Korean kingdom of Goguryeo. It ended in a significant loss of troops on the […] The post China: Golden Age appeared first on Amazing Bible Timelin...

  • Japanese Literature Largely Influenced by the Chinese, The Classical Age of

    Background: The Heian Period (794-1185) In 784 AD, the Heavenly Emperor Kammu (781-806) decided to shake off the influence of the powerful Fujiwara family in his court in the city of Nara. So he ordered for a new capital to be built northwest of the old city. The royal palace in his new capital, Nagaoka, […] The post Japanese Literature Largely Influenced by the Chinese, The Classical Age of appea...

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  • Theodora, Empress and Her Son, Emperor Michael III

    The Byzantine Empress Theodora Only a few women reached the zenith of power in the male-dominated world of the Byzantines. One of them was the 9th century Empress Theodora. She was a native of Paphlagonia near the coast of the Black Sea and a daughter of a military officer who came from a wealthy family. […] The post Theodora, Empress and Her Son, Emperor Michael III appeared first on Amazing Bibl...

  • Leo V the Armenian (813-820 AD)

    Early Life and Succession as Emperor Leo V, also nicknamed as ‘the Armenian’ because of his ancestry, ruled as the Byzantine emperor from 813 to 820 AD. He is recorded on the Biblical Timeline with World History between 787 – 820 AD. The young Leo was born as a commoner and even grew up poor […] The post Leo V the Armenian (813-820 AD) appeared first on Amazing Bible Timeline with World History.

  • Nicaea, Worship of Images Restored in the Second Council of

    Iconoclasm One of the Byzantine Emperor Leo III the Isaurian’s lasting legacies was his imperial policy of iconoclasm or the rejection and destruction of religious icons—a policy that became so controversial it later earned him a threat of excommunication from the Pope and some violent riots in Byzantine cities. This was later restored by the […] The post Nicaea, Worship of Images Restored in the ...

  • Nicholas I (858-867 AD)

    Early Life Pope Nicholas, I was the son of a Roman citizen named Theodore, a regionarius (cleric or lay official responsible for the administration of a certain region in the city) of Rome.  He is recorded on the Biblical Timeline Chart with World History at 858 AD. Just like his father, the young Nicholas developed […] The post Nicholas I (858-867 AD) appeared first on Amazing Bible Timeline with...

  • Gregory V (996-999 AD)

    Background The Holy Roman Emperor Otto I was the first monarch to appoint a pope after the rebellious John XII fled Rome with his ally, Adalbert. When he acceded the throne, Otto II continued his father’s policy of hand-picking a pope’s successor.  However, his reign was cut short when he died while campaigning in southern […] The post Gregory V (996-999 AD) appeared first on Amazing Bible Timelin...

  • Synod of Reims

    The City of Reims The city of Reims in northern France rose to prominence during the Medieval Period when the Frankish king Clovis had himself baptized in the city. Merovingian and Carolingian kings who succeeded Clovis held their coronations in Reims. The city later earned the nickname the ‘City of Coronations.’ Apart from its political […] The post Synod of Reims appeared first on Amazing Bible ...

  • Saharan Gold Trade

    From the ancient up to the modern times, no other metal was prized by humans more than gold. The ease with which it could be molded or hammered into brilliant accessories made it a favorite among the elites. Over time, it was also molded into statues and coins which further increased its value. Although the […] The post Saharan Gold Trade appeared first on Amazing Bible Timeline with World History...

  • Basil II

    Basil II (976–1025 as recorded on the Bible Timeline with World History) was the son of the Byzantine Emperor Romanos II and his wife, Theophano. Although Romanos died in 963 AD, he had already proclaimed his five-year-old Basil and his three-year-old brother, Constantine as heirs. Unfortunately, their position as co-emperors was not as secure as […] The post Basil II appeared first on Amazing Bib...

  • Papacy (Saeculum Obscurum 904-963 AD), Great Decline of the

    The Selection of the Pope in the Medieval Period The Apostle Peter was considered as the first pope of the Catholic Church, but there was no formal process of selection for his successor after his death in the first century. According to tradition, Peter himself appointed his successors. This continued until the third century when […] The post Papacy (Saeculum Obscurum 904-963 AD), Great Decline o...

  • Constantine VII Porphyrogenitus

    Early Life The Byzantine Emperor Constantine VII (Porphyrogenitus) was the son of Leo VI Sophos (the Wise) by his fourth wife, Zoe Karbonopsina. Because of some strange religious rule that only the Patriarch Nicholas Mystikos knew, the thrice-widowed Leo and his mistress Zoe were forbidden to marry. The emperor was eager to have a legitimate […] The post Constantine VII Porphyrogenitus appeared fi...

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  • Mounds Built as Temple Bases, Flat-Topped

    During the ancient times, enormous mounds of earth once dotted the landscape of the United States’ Eastern coast and Midwest. Many of the mysterious mounds were eventually destroyed to give way to farms and other developments, but they continue to fascinate even when the mounds were reduced in number and in size. These mounds are […] The post Mounds Built as Temple Bases, Flat-Topped appeared firs...

  • Pakal Dies at the Age of 80, The Emperor

    Between the years 1945 and 1952, a Mexican archaeologist named Alberto Ruz Lhuillier worked on a series of excavations in the ancient Maya city of Palenque. In 1948, he came across a stone that he thought led to another chamber inside the Temple of the Inscriptions. He decided to pull the stone slab out of […] The post Pakal Dies at the Age of 80, The Emperor appeared first on Amazing Bible Timeli...

  • Tikal Becomes the First Great Maya City, The Maya City of

    The city of Tikal came a long way from its humble beginnings as a small farming settlement deep in the El Peten forest of Guatemala to one of the Maya people’s first great city by the Early Classic Period (250-600 AD which is where it is recorded on the Biblical Timeline Poster with World History). From […] The post Tikal Becomes the First Great Maya City, The Maya City of appeared first on Amazin...

  • Jude Thaddeus, Apostle

    Unlike the apostles Peter and John, the Apostle Jude was one of Jesus’ most mysterious and lesser-known disciples. He received only a handful of mentions in the Synoptic Gospels (Matthew, Mark, and Luke), the gospel of John, and the book of Acts. The two Judes (or Judases) completed Jesus’ circle of disciples, but they were […] The post Jude Thaddeus, Apostle appeared first on Amazing Bible Timeli...

  • Thule People Expand to Alaska

    Years ago during the Late Glacial Maximum, humans crossed from Asia to North America via the Bering Land Bridge and one of those groups of migrants were the Thule people. Siberia, the region where the migrants came from, was inhospitable, but Alaska was no different. The Thule people, however, managed to survive in the hostile […] The post Thule People Expand to Alaska appeared first on Amazing Bi...

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  • Tikal Becomes the Largest City-State in Mesoamerica with 500,000 Inhabitants

    Tikal was in a state of decline by the middle of the sixth century AD when it was defeated by the southern kingdom of Caracol with the help of the northern kingdom of Calakmul. Tikal’s defeat was so devastating that there was a drop in the construction projects sponsored by its rulers. The other magnificent monuments […] The post Tikal Becomes the Largest City-State in Mesoamerica with 500,000 Inh...

  • Mississippian Culture of Moundbuilders Replaces Hopewell

    The Hopewell Culture, centred in the southern region of Ohio, was in its dying stages in 500 AD. The vacuum the Hopewell left was filled with and continued by the Mississippian Culture. This is recorded on the Biblical Timeline Chart with World history around the late 5th century. Trade networks developed between 200 AD and […] The post Mississippian Culture of Moundbuilders Replaces Hopewell appe...

  • How old was Ishmael when Abraham sent him away?

    Hagar was given to Abram by his wife Sarai to have a child; as they were getting older, and Sarah had yet to conceive. Genesis 16:1 “Now Sarai Abram’s wife bare him no children: and she had an handmaid, an Egyptian, whose name was Hagar. And Sarai said unto Abram, Behold now, the Lord hath […] The post How old was Ishmael when Abraham sent him away? appeared first on Amazing Bible Timeline with Wo...

  • Kingdoms (265-420), Three

    End of the Han Dynasty The revolt of the Yellow Turbans started in 184 AD amidst the corrupt and turbulent twilight years of Han Dynasty. This peasant revolt started on the outskirts of the Han territory but by 189 AD, the violence had reached the gates of the capital Luoyang. Emperor Ling of Han died […] The post Kingdoms (265-420), Three appeared first on Amazing Bible Timeline with World Histor...

  • Jacob: A Cycle of Deceit

    The name Jacob in Hebrew means ‘to supplant’ or ‘he who grasped the heel’ because he was born holding his brother Esau’s heel. Dressing or covering up to deceive played a big part in Jacob’s life. The first instance was when he tricked his own father to give him, the younger son, the blessing meant […] The post Jacob: A Cycle of Deceit appeared first on Amazing Bible Timeline with World History.

  • Constantinople Becomes the Capital

    As Byzantium Between the years 687 and 622 BC, the Greeks sought out and established new cities that extended in Asia Minor, located northeast of the archipelago. One of these new cities was called Byzantium, a fertile seaside city that became the gateway to the Black Sea and Mediterranean on the European side. The colonists […] The post Constantinople Becomes the Capital appeared first on Amazing...

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  • Olympiad, Last

    The ancient Greek culture was rich in many ways, and one of its enduring gifts to history was the creation of the Olympiad. The first Olympiad was held on the Olympian plain on the island of Peloponnese in 776 BC to honor the greatest god in the Greek pantheon, Zeus, and Pelops, the mythical founder […] The post Olympiad, Last appeared first on Amazing Bible Timeline with World History.

  • Christianity Became the State Religion

    Theodosius I and the Edict of Thessalonica After many years of persecution at the hands of the Roman authorities, Christianity became the Roman empire’s sole state religion through the Edict of Thessalonica as decreed by the emperor Theodosius I (along with co-emperor Gratian). This is recorded on the Bible Timeline with World History at 380 […] The post Christianity Became the State Religion appe...

  • Romulus Augustulus

    The Western Roman Empire had disintegrated by the time of the rise of its last emperor, Romulus Augustulus, who was the son of Orestes, a Roman general of Pannonian descent, and the daughter of a Count Romulus of Petovio. His father first served Attila the Hun as a secretary and later, as his an ambassador […] The post Romulus Augustulus appeared first on Amazing Bible Timeline with World History.

  • Gallienus

    Early Life Gallienus’ fate was directly linked to his father, Valerian, who ruled with him from the start of his proclamation in 253 AD. His father declared him Caesar and later, confirmed as Augustus, while he served as the ruler of the western part of the Roman empire which bordered the lands of the barbarians. […] The post Gallienus appeared first on Amazing Bible Timeline with World History.

  • Valentinian III

    Early Years In the early years of the fifth century, a series of rulers from the Theodosian dynasty rose just as the empire was at its lowest point. Rome and Constantinople were ruled by a single family, but the empire had disintegrated beneath the surface; Valentinian III of the Western Roman Empire received the brunt […] The post Valentinian III appeared first on Amazing Bible Timeline with Worl...

  • Honorius

    Honorius was born on September 9, 384 AD to the emperor Theodosius I and his wife, Aelia Flacilla. He had an older brother named Arcadius and he received the title nobilissimus puer (Most Noble Child) at a very young age. He became consul in 386 AD when he was just two years old, lived with […] The post Honorius appeared first on Amazing Bible Timeline with World History.

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