Medievel Histroy

  • Period: 450 to Dec 31, 1500

    Medievel History

  • 476

    Romans leave western europe

    the romans leave western europe to find new land.
  • Oct 14, 1066

    Batle of hastings

    The Battle of Hastings, which took place on 14 October 1066, was the decisive Norman victory in the Norman Conquest of England. It was fought between the Norman army of Duke William II of Normandy and the English army of King Harold II.
  • Aug 2, 1087

    King William invades Whales

    The reign of King William Rufus (son of William) William invades Wales and builds castles on the borders
  • Oct 4, 1096

    Crusades start

    The medieval "Crusade" was a holy war. For a conflict to be officially considered a Crusade, it had to be sanctioned by the pope and conducted against groups seen as enemies of Christendom.
  • Aug 2, 1215

    magna carta

    The Middle Ages encompass one of the most exciting periods in English History. One of the most important historical events of the Medieval era is the Magna Carta.
  • Aug 2, 1291

    Crusades ends

  • Aug 2, 1347

    Black death breacks out in europe

    The bubonic plague kills about two out of three of infected patients in 2–6 days without treatment. It may have been the cause of the Black Death that swept through Europe in the 14th century and killed more than 25 million people, one third of the European population.
  • Jul 7, 1485

    Henry Tudor is crowned King of England

    he was already in his early teens before the deaths of his royal cousins gave his claims to the throne any substance, and it was not until Henry was 27 that he won his crown in battle. He was not trained, as most English kings have been since childhood, in statesmanship, warfare, or diplomacy, but came to the throne a complete novice in those arts, which only makes his achievement the more remarkable.
  • The great schism

    The term Great Schism is used to refer to two major events in the history of Christianity: the division between the Eastern and Western churches, and the period during which the Western church had first two, and later three, lines of popes.
  • Vikings start rading europe

    From the beginning of the sixth to the end of the eighth century, the European mainland was more or less free of external invasion