Timeline of 15th-century Muslim history

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Timeline of Muslim 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 of the from 1400 AD to 1499 AD (803 AH – 905 AH).

1400–1409[edit]

Golden Horde[edit]

Mamluk Empire[edit]

Ottoman Empire[edit]

Timurid Empire[edit]

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

1410–1419[edit]

Golden Horde[edit]

  • 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.

Mamluk Empire[edit]

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

Nogai Horde[edit]

1420–1429[edit]

Golden Horde[edit]

Kara Koyunlu[edit]

Morocco[edit]

Tunisia[edit]

Uzbeks[edit]

1430–1440[edit]

Ak Koyunlu[edit]

Golden Horde[edit]

Kara Koyunlu[edit]

Khanate of Kazan[edit]

Mamluk Empire[edit]

Tunisia[edit]

Uzbeks[edit]

1440–1449[edit]

Ak Koyunlu[edit]

Ottoman Empire[edit]

Timurid Empire[edit]

Uzbeks[edit]

1450–1459[edit]

Ak Koyunlu[edit]

Great Horde[edit]

Mamluk Empire[edit]

Ottoman Empire[edit]

Timurid Empire[edit]

1460–1469[edit]

Ottoman Empire[edit]

Mamluk Empire[edit]

Great Horde[edit]

Kara Koyunlu[edit]

Morocco[edit]

Mamluk Empire[edit]

Uzbeks[edit]

Ak Koyunlu[edit]

Timurid Empire[edit]

1470–1479[edit]

Morocco[edit]

Ottoman Empire[edit]

Ak Koyunlu[edit]

1480–1489[edit]

Great Horde[edit]

Ottoman Empire[edit]

Uzbeks[edit]

Tunisia[edit]

1490–1500[edit]

Tunisia[edit]

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

Iberia[edit]

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

Ak Koyunlu[edit]

Mamluk Empire[edit]

Uzbeks[edit]

Great Horde[edit]

Ottoman Empire[edit]

See also[edit]

Timeline of Muslim history

References[edit]

  • 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.