Timeline of 15th-century Muslim history


Timeline of Islamic history: 6th | 7th | 8th | 9th | 10th | 11th | 12th | 13th | 14th | 15th | 16th | 17th | 18th | 19th | 20th | 21st century

This is a timeline of major events in the Muslim world from 1400 AD to 1499 AD (803 AH – 905 AH).

1400–1409Edit

Golden HordeEdit

Mamluk EmpireEdit

Ottoman EmpireEdit

Timurid EmpireEdit

  • 1405: Tamerlane dies and is succeeded by his son, Shah Rukh.

1410–1419Edit

Golden HordeEdit

  • 1410: Pulad Khan is deposed in favor of Timur.
  • 1412: Timur is deposed in favor of Jalal ad-Din khan, the first of Tokhtamysh's sons to take power since his death.
  • 1413: Jalal ad-Din khan is deposed in favor of his brother, Karim Berdi.
  • 1414: Karim Berdi is deposed in favor of Kebek.
  • 1416: Kebek Khan is deposed in favor of Yeremferden, the brother of Karim Berdi and Jalal ad-Din khan.
  • 1419: Yeremferden is assassinated; control of the Horde is split between Dawlat Berdi and Olugh Mokhammad.

Ottoman EmpireEdit

  • 1413: Interregnum period ends and Mehmed I becomes Sultan.

Nogai HordeEdit

1420–1429Edit

Golden HordeEdit

Kara KoyunluEdit

MoroccoEdit

TunisiaEdit

UzbeksEdit

1430–1440Edit

Ak KoyunluEdit

Golden HordeEdit

Kara KoyunluEdit

Khanate of KazanEdit

Mamluk EmpireEdit

TunisiaEdit

UzbeksEdit

1440–1449Edit

Ak KoyunluEdit

Ottoman EmpireEdit

Timurid EmpireEdit

UzbeksEdit

1450–1459Edit

Ak KoyunluEdit

Great HordeEdit

Mamluk EmpireEdit

Ottoman EmpireEdit

Timurid EmpireEdit

1460–1469Edit

Ottoman EmpireEdit

Mamluk EmpireEdit

Great HordeEdit

Kara KoyunluEdit

MoroccoEdit

Mamluk EmpireEdit

UzbeksEdit

Ak KoyunluEdit

Timurid EmpireEdit

1470–1479Edit

MoroccoEdit

Ottoman EmpireEdit

Ak KoyunluEdit

1480–1489Edit

Great HordeEdit

Ottoman EmpireEdit

UzbeksEdit

TunisiaEdit

1490–1500Edit

TunisiaEdit

  • 1490: Abul Mumin is overthrown and Abu Zikriya Yahya retakes the throne.

IberiaEdit

  • 1492: Granada is captured by Spain, ending 800 years of Muslim rule in Spain.

Ak KoyunluEdit

Mamluk EmpireEdit

UzbeksEdit

Great HordeEdit

Ottoman EmpireEdit

See alsoEdit

Timeline of Muslim history

ReferencesEdit

  • Bosworth, Clifford Edmund, The New Islamic Dynasties: A Chronological and Genealogical Manual, p. 253. Edinburgh University Press, 2004.
  1. ^ Grousset, Rene: The Empire of the Steppes: A History of Central Asia, pg. 180. Rutgers University Press, 1970.
  2. ^ Castillo, Dennis Angelo (2006). The Maltese Cross: A Strategic History of Malta. Greenwood Publishing Group. pp. 36–37. ISBN 0313323291.