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As commander of the army, head of the religious establishment, and vizier, Badr al-Jamali essentially rules the Fatmid Empire. He is succeeded by his son and a series of autocrats, reducing the caliphs to puppets. 1O74 • The Seljuqs conclude a treaty with Byzantine emperor Michael II, who has enlisted their aid because his uncle has established himself as a pretender to the throne. In return, however, the Seljuqs establish themselves throughout Anatolia (the Asia portion of presentday Turkey). 1O75 • The Seljuqs begin their conquest of Syria from the Fatimids, taking Damascus in 1076.
This work describes the westward voyages of a group of monks, led by Brendan, in a sewn-leather boat. They traveled from island to island, with each new island visit forming an even more marvelous adventure for the monastic voyagers. While long thought to be fictional, the Navigatio Brendani inspired many of the fourteenth-century and fifteenth-century explorers; these leather-ship voyages were also successfully imitated in the 1970s. Byzantines. The Byzantines were far more active geographically than their Western European counterparts.
Ibn Battutah leaves Tangiers for some thirty years of travel that provide the basis for his writings about Asia and Africa, major sources of information about those continents for Westerners. The Mexica (Aztecs) build their great capital city of Tenochtitlan on the site of presentday Mexico City. 1325 Mansa Musa annexes the Songhai kingdom of Gao (in the western part of modern Mali), making it part of the empire of Mali. 133O* The Bubonic plague, or Black Death, begins to kill huge numbers of people in northeastern China.
Medieval Europe, 814-1350 (World Eras) by Jermaiah Hackett