500 - 1500

By Anton6
  • Period: 500 to

    500 - 1800

  • Jan 1, 768

    King Charlemagne

    King Charlemagne
    Charlemagne was one of Europe's most successful monarchs. He was king of the Franks in 768. His father Pepin was the short ruler before him, and his grandfather Charles Martel ruled before that. His father and grandfather men were good
  • Jan 1, 790

    Vikings

    Vikings
    The Vikings played a vital role in the formation of Latin Christendom and manly Western Europe. In this course. Vikings are not only warriors but also as merchants, artists, kings, raiders, seafarers, shipbuilders, and creators of a remarkable literature of myths
  • Jan 1, 1066

    The battle of hastings

    The battle of hastings
    The battle of Hastings occurred on the 14 October 1066 during the Norman conquest of England.
    Harold the second and Duke William fought for the throne in England.
  • Jan 1, 1085

    Domesday Book

    Domesday Book
    The Domesday Book was commissioned in December 1085 by William the Conqueror. William invaded England in 1066. The first draft of the book was completed in August 1086 and contained records for 13,418 settlements in the English counties south of the rivers Ribble and Tees.
  • Jan 1, 1145

    the second crusade

    the second crusade
    Year 1146 the second crusade started the city Edessa, the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem on the side towards Mesopotamia, it was taken by the Turks, and the rest population was killed or sold into slavery. This disaster threw all of the West into a state of the greatest alarm, the little Christian state, established at such cost of tears and suffering, should be completely speechless, and all the holy places should again fall into the hands of the infidels.
  • Jan 1, 1189

    third crusade

    third crusade
    The Muslim forces combined Egyptian and Syrian forces led by Saladin won. The 3rd Crusade 1182-1192, also known as the King's Crusade was the second attempt to reconquer the Holy Land. After the failure to win the 2nd Crusade. Even though they had strong army victories by the Christian military internal conflicts within the leadership occurred.
  • Jan 1, 1346

    The Black Death starts

    The Black Death starts
    In 1346 The Black Death started in central Asia from bacteria in a fleas stomach once the bacteria had infected a Mongolian soldier the plague had started and spread so fast it started to kill six hundred people a day. Italian soldiers from Sicily went to Asia for trading and then they got infected went back to Italy and the plague spread all over Europe to Africa.
  • Jan 1, 1346

    Who got the plague first?

    Who got the plague first?
    The first person to get the plague was in 1346, the first person was a male Mongolian soldier who then spread the disease over to the rest of the country. After that Italian soldiers from Sicily then the triadic disease spread through the rest of Europe.
  • Jan 1, 1349

    Jews are killed

    Jews are killed
    3000 jews are killed in Efurt germany as many people belived they were the cause of the plague.*date not exactly known
  • Jan 1, 1350

    The Black Death is gone

    The Black Death is gone
    The black death leaves europe for the first time but makes reecurences throught history
  • Jan 1, 1377

    population of brittan

    population of brittan
    The population of britian was said to only have around 2 million people left after the Black death killed an estimate of around 30-40% of the population
  • Jan 1, 1397

    Giovanni de Medici Moves to Florence

    Giovanni de Medici Moves to Florence
    The Papal Banker Giovanni de Medici moves the headquarters of his bank and becomes immersed in local life such as the arts and lays down the ground work for his upcoming son Cosimo de Medici to power over Florence
  • Jan 1, 1492

    Christopher Columbus

    Christopher Columbus
    When Christopher Columbus reached the Caribbean islands in 1492 he thought he had reached the East Indies in Asia. Therefore he called the natives "Indians."
  • Jan 1, 1543

    Portuguese go to Japan

    Portuguese go to Japan
    the portugese first arrived in Japan. The Portugese introduced Christianity to the Japanese. The Japanese outlawed Christianity in 1639
  • Jan 1, 1549

    rifle from Portaguese

    rifle from Portaguese
    in 1549 the Portuguese introduced a new weapon it was a rifle called arquebus. the samurai used the rifle in the battle of kajika in 1549
  • Ottomen Empire

    Ottomen Empire
    Sultan Mehmed IV succeeded his mentally disabled father who was murdered by guards when he was six years old. His mother and grandmother then cared for him until he became ready for the throne. He was weak in power and the Empire was past its peak. Janissaries start to gain power.
  • not much food

    not much food
    in the late eighteenth century there wasn't much food and taxes became a regular ocurrence and culminated in the Osaka peasant rebellion of 1832
  • trading

    trading
    a huge outcome of the traiding relationship had to do with establishment of the Nagasaki Navel Franing center in 1855
  • Tokugawa Yoshinobu

    Tokugawa Yoshinobu
    Tokugawa Yoshinobu rencuced his position as shogun and refused to nominate a successor. On January 1868, the tozama daimyo and their allies mocle the young Emperpar Meiji ruler of Japan.
  • tombtone

    tombtone
    The tombstone was built in sandstone. During the reign of Jayavarman VIII in honour of a Brahman scholar called Mangalartha assimilated to Vishnu. It's cruciform in plan and opens to east, while on the other cardinal points there are false doors. The sanctuary chamber sheltered two statues, one of Mangalartha and the other of his mother, whose pedestal is still in place.