Chapter 14 sections 3 and 4

  • May 1, 1016


    he was a danish king and what he did was he conqured england. he did this in 1016.
  • Oct 14, 1066

    battle of hastings

    normans and anglo saxons foought the battle that changed the course of english history.
  • Period: May 13, 1154 to May 13, 1189

    Henery ruled

    henery ruled Endland from 1154 from 1189. he made the royal courts stronger than ever by sending royal judges to every part of england at least once a year.
  • Period: May 13, 1180 to May 13, 1223

    Phillip Augustus

    phillip the II ruled from 1180 1223 when he was a child he watched his father lose land to king henery II of England. when he was 15 he set out to weaken the power the of the english kings in france
  • Period: May 13, 1199 to May 13, 1216

    John rules the throne

    when Richard the lion hearted died hid younger brother john took the throne the throne from from 1199 to 1216 . he failed as a military leader earning the nickname john softsowrd. and he lost all of his normandy and lands in nothern france.
  • Jun 15, 1215

    Magna Carta

    on june 15, 1215, the Nobles forced john to agree to the most celebrated document in english history.
  • Period: May 13, 1226 to May 13, 1270

    louis IX

    phillip's grandson louis IX ruled. unlike phillip louis was pouis abd and saintly. and he was know as the ideal king.after his death his was made a saint by a church.
  • Period: May 25, 1285 to May 25, 1314

    Phillip IV

    Phillip IV who ruled france from 1285 1314 was involved in a quarel with the pope. unlike his grandfather, louis was pouis and saintly. the pope refused to pay taxes to the king.
  • Nov 13, 1295


    edward summoned two burgesses from every brough and two knights from every country to serve as a parlament or legislative group.
  • May 25, 1300

    pope boniface VIII

    Pope boniface VIII attempted to enforce papal authority on kings as previous popes had. when king phililip IV of france Authority over france frence bishops.
  • May 25, 1305

    Phillip IV

    Phillip IV the persuaded the college of cardnials to choose a french archbishop as the new pope.
  • Period: May 25, 1337 to May 25, 1453

    Edward III

    Edward III launched for that throne contuined on and off from 1337 and 1453. it became known as the hundreds years' war.
  • Aug 26, 1346


    The first and most spectular battle was the battle of crecy. this army included longbowmen, this frech army was outnumbered 3 times its size it inclued. knights, archers.
  • May 25, 1347

    fleet of genoese

    a fleet of genoese ships arrived in sicily carriying bubonic plague, aslo know as the black death. it was named this cause of the purplish blackish spots it produced it on the skin.
  • May 25, 1414

    1414 two evens happened

    (1)the council of constance attempted to end the great schism by choosing a single pope. by now there were a total of three popes: the Avignon pope, the Roman pope, and a thrid pope elected by an earlier council forced all three popes to resign. (2) Jan Hus was a Proffesor in Bohemia taught that the authority of the bible higher of the pope. hus was later excommunicated
  • May 25, 1415


    jan hus was excommunacated in 1412, in 1414 he was seized by church leaders, tried as a hertic, and then burned at the stake in 1415. (heteric- opposing opposite belifes)
  • May 25, 1420

    joan of arc

    the french and english signed a treaty stating that henery V would inherit the french crown upon the death of king charles VI.
  • Period: May 25, 1421 to May 25, 1453


    the french rallied and drove the english out of france entirely, except port city of calais.
  • May 7, 1429

    joan is a leader not a follower

    joan led the french army into battle at a fort city near orleans. it blocked the road to orleans. it was a hard fought battle for both sides the french gave up though
  • May 30, 1431

    not joan

    king Charles VII owed his crown to joanand he did nothing to rescue her.. condemned as a witch and heretic because of her claim to hear to hear voices, joan was burned
  • May 25, 1453

    middle ages end? considerably yes

    its considered to be th end of the middle of the middle ages. the twin pillars of the medival world religious world, religious devotion, and the code of chivilary.
  • Alfred the Great

    he was the Anglo Saxon king from 871 to 899, what he did was he managed turned to turn back the viking invaders. and he did this in 871