Here is a timeline of notable events in the Ard Marjhoola Timeline.
Bold indicate important events, while italics indicate events outside the main sphere of interest of the Alternate History. All years are in AD (Georgian Calendar).
1st Millennium AD
890: Ibn Aswad returns, speaking of new lands. This promotes further exploration, although its believed Ibn Aswad himself never ventures out again.
909: Fatimid Dynasty is formed, creating a rival Caliphate.
942: Umm Qasr, second Córdobian colony formed.
950: Rafh, third Córdobian colony formed.
956: Ronda, fourth Córdobian colony formed.
961: Abd-ar-Rahman III dies, is succeeded by his son Al-Hakam II.
965: Emirate of Sicily formed by the Fatimids.
969: Fatimids declare victory over the Ikhshidid Dynasty, Cairo founded as Capital.
976: Al-Hakam II dies, is succeeded by his son Hisham II.
2nd Millennium AD
1003: Pope Silvester II dies, name will later be tarnished as a result of worsening Muslim-Christian relations.
1006: Córdobian Civil War ends with the help of Berber allies to the Caliph. Moorish-Berber Unionification begins.
1012: Pope Sergius IV dies, rumours of "Saracen" involvement in his death will help fan the flames of a holy war on the horizon.
1021: First Crusade ends. Norman state founded between the two rivals of the conflict.
1022: An attempt to find shipbuilders to replace those lost, the Fatimids take control of a border town on the Cordorbian side of the border.
1024: Fatimids produce their first colony on Ard Marjhoola; New Cairo.
1025: High point of the Córdoba-Fatimid Border War in North Africa.
1032: Pope John XIX who started the Second Crusade; is killed by a mob. Gossip spreads, and theories of "Saracens" inciting the local population to kill him.
1053: Second Crusade ends, with questionable results of success.
1067: Berber Explorers in Ard Marjhoola, make first official contact with Natives; over 130 years after first colonisation.
1071: To promote Córdobian Culture and power, the Emirate of Ard Marjhoola is formally announced.