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The Dark Ages

  • 410

    Sacking of Rome

    Sacking of Rome
    Rome was sacked from government in 410.
  • 476

    The Fall of Rome

    The Fall of Rome
    In 476 the Roman Empire fell from power.
  • Mar 26, 600

    King Arthur

    King Arthur
    King Arthur was born around 600 AD. His story is widly known to the general public but its details vary.
  • Jan 10, 620

    The Rise of Islam

    The Rise of Islam
  • Apr 2, 768

    Charlemagne

    Charlemagne
    Charlemagne (meaning Charles the Great) (\ was King of the Franks from 768 until his death.
  • Jan 10, 789

    The Viking Era

    The Viking Era
    The Viking era. Many belived the vikings to be ruthess pilagers but some historians beieve the were skilled traders.
  • Nov 12, 793

    Lindisfarne

    Lindisfarne
    A small island off the North-East coast of England; Known as the Holy Island.
  • May 19, 868

    The invention of the Printing Press

    The invention of the Printing Press
  • Jul 18, 1000

    The Knights of Templar

    The Knights of Templar
    The Knights of Templar were often thought to be 9 in number.
  • Oct 14, 1066

    The Battle of Hastings

    The Battle of Hastings
    The Battle of Hastings was a famous battle fought on the Susex Coast of England. It was fought between a combination of the Norman, Breton, Burgundian, Fleamish and French armies against the Saxon army of England. In the end the combination proved to much for the Saxons and won the battle overwhelmingly.
  • Jan 1, 1096

    The First Crusades

    The First Crusades
    The Crusades were a series of Holy Wars launched by the Christian states of Europe against the Saracens. The First Crusades started when the Byzantine army was destroyed by Turks.
  • Jan 1, 1187

    The Second Crusades

    The Second Crusades
    In total there were 9 Crusades. The success of the Christians in the First Crusade had been largely due to the un_among their enemies. But the Moslems learned in time the value of united action, and in 1144 A.D. captured Edessa, one of the main Christian outposts in the East.
  • Sep 27, 1215

    The Magna Carta

    The Magna Carta
  • Jan 1, 1346

    The Black Death

    The Black Death
    The Black Death was a desease passed on from rats to humans that caused many deaths during the middle ages period.
  • Jan 16, 1356

    The 100 Years War

    The 100 Years War
    The 100 year war lasted 111 years long and was fought between the English and Gascons and the French. It was eventually won by the English and Gascons.
  • Apr 16, 1381

    The Bible Was Translated into English

    The Bible Was Translated into English
    Up until this time the bible was writen only in Latin and Hebrew.