Timeline of Muhammad  

Muhammad (570-632 AD) was the founder of Islam.
According to Islamic doctrine, he was a prophet, sent to present and confirm the monotheistic teachings preached previously by Adam, Abraham, Moses, Jesus, and other prophets. He is viewed as the final prophet of God in all the main branches of Islam.
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Birth of Muhammad   570 AD

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Death of Muhammad's mother, Aminah   576 AD

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Death of Muhammad's grandfather, Abdul Muttalib   578 AD

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First time in Syria for trade   582 AD

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Marriage 1 to Khadijah Bint Khuwalid   595 AD

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Trading trip to Syria for Khadijah   595 AD

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Birth of child 1, Qasim   598 AD

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Birth of child 2, Zainab   598 AD

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Death of child 1, Qasim (Age 3)   601 AD

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Birth of child 3, Ruqayyah   601 AD

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Birth of child 4, Umm Kulthoom   603 AD

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Event of Hajarul Aswad (Black Stone)   605 AD

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Prophethood of Muhammad starts   610 AD

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Quran, 1st revelation received   610 AD

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Birth of child 6, Abd-Allah   611 AD

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Open preaching to Islam   613 AD

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Birth of child 5, Fatimah   615 AD

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Death of child 6, Abd-Allah (Age 4)   615 AD

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Muslim group migrates to Ethiopia   616 AD

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Boycott of Quraysh tribe, Banu Hashim in Makkah   617 AD

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Death of Muhammad's wife, Khadijah   619 AD

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Death of Muhammad's uncle, Abu Talib   619 AD

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Marriage 2 to Sawda Bint Zama   619 AD

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Marriage 3 to Aishah Bint Abu Bakr   619 AD

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Isra & Miraj journey   620 AD

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Journey to Taif   620 AD

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Agreement 1 of Aqabah   621 AD

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Invitation to Yathrib   622 AD

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Agreement with Jews in Madinah   622 AD

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Agreement 2 of Aqabah   622 AD

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Assassination attempt on Muhammad   622 AD

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Change of Qibla, direction of prayer   623 AD

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Hijrah, migration from Makkah to Madinah. Muhammad arrives in Madinah   623 AD

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Refuge in cave Thawr during migration   623 AD

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Prophet's Mosque built, and Adhaan (call to prayer) given   623 AD

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Agreement between Ansar and Muhajiroon tribes   623 AD

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Battle of Badr   624 AD

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Death of child 3, Ruqayyah (Age 23)   624 AD

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Battle of Uhud   625 AD

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Marriage 4 to Hafsa Bint Umar   625 AD

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Marriage 5 to Zaynab Bint Khuzayma   625 AD

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Marriage 6 to Umm Salama Bint Umayaa   625 AD

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Battle of Khandaq/Ahzaab (Trench)   627 AD

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Marriage 7 to Juwayriyyah Bint Harith   627 AD

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Marriage 8 to Zaynab Bint Jahsh   627 AD

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Marriage 9 to Rayhana Bint Zayd (disputed, concubine)   627 AD

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Marriage 10 to Juwairiyyah Bint Harith (disputed, war captive)   627 AD

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Treaty of Hudaibiya. Letters to kings   628 AD

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Marriage 11 to Ramla Bint Abi Sufyan   628 AD

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Battle of Khaybar   628 AD

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Marriage 12 to Safiyya Bint Huyayy   628 AD

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Death of child 2, Zainab (Age 31)   629 AD

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Umrah performed, minor pilgrimage (Umrahtul Qadhaa)   629 AD

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Marriage 13 to Maymuna Bint Harith   629 AD

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Death of child 4, Umm Kulthoom (Age 27)   630 AD

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Battle of Mootaah   630 AD

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Marriage 14 to Maaria al-Qibtiyyah (disputed, concubine)   630 AD

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Battle of Hunayn   630 AD

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Seige of Taif city   630 AD

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Conquest of Makkah. Battle of Tabuk   631 AD

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Birth of child 7, Ibrahim   631 AD

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Abu Bakr performs Hajj (pilgrimage)   631 AD

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Farewell Sermon at Arafah   632 AD

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Death of child 5, Fatimah (Age 17)   632 AD

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Hajj performed, Hajjatul Wadaa   632 AD

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Death of Muhammad in Madinah   633 AD

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All Timeline events are historical and dating is approximate, or Circa. Circa (from Latin, meaning 'around, about') signifies 'approximately'. Circa is widely used in historical writing when event dates are not accurately known.

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