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Major Event Timeline 8.21

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Major Event Timeline 8.21 HIST 1011

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This is the timeline of major events that have been discussed so far in the class.
World History, 1500-Present
Hopkins, Benjamin D.
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Date Created: 09/21/16
HISTORY TIMELINE ????- Herodotus “Father of History” 9-1100- Vikings travel to the Americas 1300s- Ottoman Empire established 1368-1677- Ming Dynasty in power 1440-50- Gutenberg’s Printing Press invented 1405-33- Zheng He’s Voyages th May 9 , 1453- Ottoman conquest of Constantinople 1492- Columbus ‘discovers’ America. Age of Exploration 1494- Treaty of Tordesillas 1498- Vasco de Gama reaches Calicut, India 1500s- Savafid Empire founded by Shah Ismil 1511- Law of Burgos passed Nov. 1519- Cortes meets Moctezuma 1526-1707- Mughal Empire founded by Babur 1542- New Laws passed 1572- Reformation 1600s- Republica de las Indies 1614- The Dutch East-India Company established (VOC) 1776- Edward Gibbons ‘The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire’. 1795- Leopold von Ranke “Father of Modern Historical Methodology” 1857- Great Rebellion of 1857. India v. Britain 2 ndOpium War 1900- Max Weber’s Theory of the State 1933- Montevideo Treaty. Dictates what is necessary to be a recognized state. 1942- Feb. 11: Surrender of Singapore to Japan. Shattered Imperial prestige. 1986- Ranajit Guha ‘A Sublatern Studies Reader’. Focuses on the voiceless masses. Shift in how history is written


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