Chapters 6-10 Dates #4

  • 200

    C.E. Slavic Migrations

    C.E.  Slavic Migrations
    From the 1st century to 650 C.E., the Slavic people migrated to eastern Europe.
  • 527

    C.E. Justinian

    C.E.  Justinian
    One of the most important figures of the Late Antiquity and the last emperor to speak latin as a first language.
  • May 26, 1018

    C.E. Defeat of Bulgarian Empire

    C.E. Defeat of Bulgarian Empire
    The defeat of the first Bulgarian Empire ocurred in 1018. The Byzantines had taken the Empire over.
  • May 26, 1054

    C.E. Schism Between Western and Eastern Christianity

    C.E. Schism Between Western and Eastern Christianity
    The East-West Schism divided medieval Christianity into Eatern (Greek) and Western (Latin) branches, which later became known as the Eastern Orthodox Church and the Roman Catholic Church.
  • May 26, 1100

    C.E. Byzantine Decline

    C.E. Byzantine Decline
    The Byzantine Empire was beginning to approach it's end at this time. Turkish attack was inevitable.
  • May 26, 1203

    C.E. Capture of Constantinople

    C.E. Capture of Constantinople
    The great city of Constantinople was captured by the Christian Crusaders during the Fourth Crusade.
  • May 26, 1453

    C.E. Second Capture of Constantinople

    C.E. Second Capture of Constantinople
    The city of Constantinople was successfully captured a second time by the Ottoman Turks. This was the end of the Byzantine Empire.
  • Period: to May 26, 1500

    C.E. The Postclassical Era

  • C.E. Rurik

    C.E.  Rurik
    According to legend, Rurik was the king of Kievan Russia at this time.
  • C.E. New Kingdom

    C.E.  New Kingdom
    In 870 C.E., the first kingdom in what is now Czech Republic and Slovakia was formed.
  • C.E. Polish Sate

    C.E. Polish Sate
    The establishment of the Polish state is often identified with the adoption of christianity by its ruler Mieszko I, in 966, when the state covered territory similar to that of present day Poland.
  • C.E. Missionaries

    C.E. Missionaries
    The beginning of the work of the brothers Cyril and Methodius as missionaries in the Slavic lands.