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Medieval History Timeline

  • 387

    Sacking of Roms By Gauls.

    Rome sacked by the Gauls after the Battle of Allia.
  • 410

    Sacking of Rome by Alaric, King of the Visigoths

    Alaric, King of the Visigoths sacks Rome.
  • 455

    Rome is sacked by Geiseric, King of the Vandals

    Rome is sacked by Geiseric, King of the Vandals
  • 476

    Fall Of Rome

    Fall Of Rome
    Fall of western rome.
  • Period: 476 to Jan 1, 1400

    Medieval Period

    From the fall of Rome to the start of the Renaissance.
  • 597

    Emperor Augustine arrives in Kent.

    He begins the conversion of England.
  • Jan 1, 635

    Saint Aiden founds Lindisfarne

    It was also known as the "Healing Island" due to its medicinal herbs
  • Jan 1, 789

    First Viking attack

    First recorded attack that happened in Dorset.
  • Jan 1, 793

    Start of the Viking Period

    Start of the Viking Period
    Lindesfarne
  • Jan 1, 793

    Vikings Raid Lindisfarne

    Vikings Raid Lindisfarne
    Originally founded by Saint Aiden in AD 635.
  • Period: Jan 1, 793 to Jan 1, 1066

    Viking period

  • Jan 1, 814

    The Death of King Chalemagne

    The Death of King Chalemagne
    Charlemagne was the King or Rome
  • Jan 1, 900

    Start of Feudalism.

    Feudalism was a set of political and military customs that was at its peak from the ninth and fiftheenth centuries.
  • Jan 1, 946

    Edmund of England stabbed

    He was stabbed in a brawl.
  • Jan 1, 1066

    End of Viking Period

    End of Viking Period
    End of this period
  • Period: Jan 1, 1066 to Jan 1, 1067

    1066

    Very intresting year.
  • Oct 14, 1066

    The Battle Of Hastings

    The Battle Of Hastings
    This battle took place 6 Miles northwest of Hastings on Senlac hill. It was crucial that the Narman army of Duke William II of Normandy won this battle to conquer England. It was fought against the English army of King Harold II.
  • Dec 25, 1066

    William of Normandy is crowned king of England

    Could this be related to X-Mas?
  • Jan 1, 1086

    Domesday Book

    Domesday Book
    This book was a survey or England and parts of Wales. In it tells who held what, what it was worth and how much they earned.
    Domesday meaning "The day of Judgement" because its decisions were unalterable.
  • Jan 1, 1087

    William the Conquerer dies.

    He died at Rouen, Normandy.
  • Jan 1, 1099

    First Crusade

    First Crusade
    First Crusade over Jerusalum
  • Jan 1, 1147

    Second Crusade

    Second Crusade
    2nd of four Crusades
  • Jan 1, 1162

    Genghis Khan

    Genghis Khan
    United the northeastern nomadic tribes and founded the Mongol Empire which he himself was the Emperor. He started the Mongol invasions which led to countries and regions being raided or conquered.
    He died in AD 1227
  • Jan 1, 1189

    Third Crusade

    Third Crusade
    3rd of four Crusades
  • Jan 1, 1204

    The Fourth Crusade

    The Fourth Crusade
  • Jan 1, 1215

    Magna Carta

    Magna Carta
    The unkown charter of mysteries.
  • Jan 1, 1217

    5th Crusade

    5th Crusade
    5th Crusade
  • Jan 1, 1227

    Genghis Khan dies.

    Genghis Khan dies.
    Genghis Khan dies.
  • Jan 1, 1228

    6th Crusade

    6th Crusade
    6th Crusade
  • Jan 1, 1248

    7th Crusade

    7th Crusade
    7th Crusade
  • Jan 1, 1270

    8th Crusade

    8th Crusade
    8th Crusade
  • Jan 1, 1271

    9th Crusade

    9th Crusade
    9th Crusade
  • Jan 1, 1315

    European famine

    Millions of people affected by the famine and millions died
  • Mar 24, 1337

    100 year war.

    Between France and England though it lasted more then 100 years !
  • Jan 1, 1346

    Black Death

    Black Death
    Devastating plague that was said to wipe out 60% of Europes population.
  • Jan 1, 1348

    Black Death enters Britain

    Black Death enters Britain
  • Jan 1, 1381

    Peasant's Revolt.

    Peasant's Revolt.
    This revolt was a popular revolt led by John Ball, Wat Tyler and Jack Straw. Poll tax and people damanding higher wages due to labour shortages from the Black Death were mainly to blame for the revolt.
  • Jan 1, 1400

    Start of the Renaissance.

    Start of this remarkable period.
  • Jan 1, 1453

    Fall of Eastern Rome

    Fall of Eastern Rome
    Fall of Eastern Rome
  • Jan 1, 1455

    War of the Roses

    War of the Roses
    A civic war for the throne of England
  • Feb 15, 1477

    First book Published in England

    Published by William Caxton
  • Jan 1, 1485

    Henry Tudor defeats Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth

    Henry Tudor defeats Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth
  • Jan 1, 1500

    End of Feudalisms peak.

    End of the peak period of Feudalism.
  • Great Fire of London

    Great Fire of London
    This fire consumed 13,200 houses, 87 parish churches, St. Paul's Cathedral and atleast 80,000 lives. The death toll though is not known.
  • End of the Renaissance

    This period included many wonderfull things including "David", by Michelangelo.