Black death

The Medieval Times

  • Period: 450 to Sep 13, 1000

    Earliest notated Gregorian chant manuscripts

    c. 900
    Book of Kells
  • 455


    Sack of Rome by the Vandals
  • Sep 13, 1000

    Economics Getting Taught

    Aelfric, the Wessex schoolmaster who, in the years 987 to 1002, taught his pupils by getting them to observe and analyse the different economic activities they could see around them.
  • Period: Sep 13, 1000 to Sep 14, 1300

    History Of the Middle Ages

  • Sep 13, 1066

    Norman Conquest

  • Sep 13, 1066

    Norman Conquest

  • Sep 13, 1096

    First Crusade

  • Period: Sep 13, 1100 to Sep 13, 1300

    Troubadours and trouveres

  • Sep 13, 1163

    Notre Dame Cathedral

    Built in Paris
  • Sep 13, 1170

    School of Notre Dame

    Founded/Began 1170
  • Sep 13, 1215

    Magna Carta

    The English charter, originally issued in the year 1215, and reissued later in the 13th century in modified versions which omit certain temporary provisions, including the most direct challenges to the monarch's authority. The charter first passed into law in 1225. The 1297 version, with the long title (originally in Latin) The Great Charter of the Liberties of England, and of the Liberties of the Forest, still remains on the statute books of England and Wales.
  • Sep 13, 1273

    Thomas Aquinas

    Summa Theologica
  • Period: Sep 13, 1300 to Sep 13, 1450


  • Sep 13, 1321

    Dante, The Divine Comedy

    Dante, The Divine Comedy
    The Divine Comedy (Italian: La Divina Commedia) is an epic poem written by Dante Alighieri between 1308 and his death in 1321. It is widely considered the preeminent work of Italian literature, and is seen as one of the greatest works of world literature.
  • Sep 13, 1360

    First Notre Dame Mass

  • Sep 13, 1377

    Guillaume de Machaut

    Guillaume de Machaut
    Guillaume de Machaut (d.1377) is one of the undisputed pinnacle geniuses of Western music, and the most famous composer of the Middle Ages. Today his four-voice Mass of Notre Dame is a textbook example for medieval counterpoint, and has served sufficiently to maintain his reputation across shifts in fashion.
  • Sep 13, 1431

    Joan Of Arc

    Joan Of Arc
    Saint Joan of Arc or The Maid of Orléans (French: Jeanne d'Arc, 1412[ – 30 May 1431) is considered a national heroine of France and a Catholic saint.
  • Greatness is Born

    Justie Dewayne Cassel - Born. Welcome.
  • Reign of Pope Gregory I (The Great)