Chapter 14 sections 3&4

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  • May 13, 1016


    Canute, a Danish king, conquered England in 1016. He molded the Anglo-Saxons and Vikings into one people.
  • Period: May 13, 1154 to May 13, 1189

    Henry's Reign

    During 1154 to 1189, Henry held reign over England. He strenghtened the royal courts of justice by sending royal judges to every part of England at least once a year. He also introduced the idea of a jury to the English courts.
  • Period: May 13, 1180 to May 13, 1223

    Phillip the second's reign

    Phillip the second, one of the most powerful Capetains, ruled France.
  • Period: May 13, 1199 to May 13, 1216

    John's Reign

    John, Henry's grandson, took the throne form his father, Richard the Lion-Hearted.
  • Jun 15, 1215

    Magna Carta

    In 1215, John was forced to sign the Magna Carta.
  • Period: May 13, 1226 to May 13, 1270

    Louis the Ninth's reign

    Phillip's grandson, Louis the Ninth reigned France.
  • Period: May 13, 1285 to May 13, 1314

    Phillip the Fourth

    In 1285, Phillip the Fourth's reign over France began.
  • May 13, 1295

    London Meeting

    Knights, burgesses, bishops, and lords met in London in 1295.
  • May 13, 1300

    Pope Boniface the eigth

    Pope Boniface tried to enforce papal rule over the kings.
  • May 13, 1305

    Persuasion for a new pope

    Phillip the fourth persuaded the College of Cardinals to choose a French archbishop as the new pope.
  • Period: May 13, 1337 to May 13, 1453

    Hundred Year War

    The war that Edward the third launched for the french throne went on and off from 1337 to 1453.
  • Aug 26, 1346

    Battle of Crecy

    At the battle of Crecy, the English, including lowgbowmen, were out numbered by a French are thrice its size.
  • May 13, 1347

    Bubonic Plague

    A ship from Genoese arrived in Sicily carrying the black death, which spread to most of Europe.
  • May 13, 1414

    End the Great Schism

    The council of Constance attempted to end the Great Schism by choosing a single pope. With the help of the Holy Roman Emire he achived in the other three popes resigning.
  • May 13, 1414

    Jan Hus

    Jan Hus was siezed by the church becuse he taught others that the authority of the Bible was greater than the one of the pope.
  • May 13, 1415

    Death of Jan Hus

    Jan Hus, accused of beign heretic, was burned at the stake.
  • May 13, 1420

    Treaty? Okay.

    The French and English signed a treaty stating that Henry the fifth would inherit the french crown upon the death of Charles the sixth.
  • Period: May 13, 1421 to May 13, 1453

    Get out of our country English!

    The french rallied and drove the English out of France, except for the port of Calais.
  • May 13, 1429

    Joan of the Arc

    Joan led the French army itno battle at a fort city near Orleans.
  • May 30, 1431

    Death of Joan of the Arc

    Joan was condemed as heretic and a witch since she claimed to hear voices and burned at the stake.
  • May 13, 1453

    End of many

    The twin pillars of the Medival world, religious devotion and the code of Chivalry both crumbled. The age of Faith died a slow death caused by the schism, the scandalous display of wealth by the church, and discrediting the church during the bubonic plague. The age of Chivalry died on the battlefield of Crecy, Poitiers, and Agincourt.
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    Alfred the Great

    Alfred the Great, an Anglo-Saxon king from 871-899, was the only man to be able to turn back the Viking invaders. Gradually he and his successors untide the kingdom under one rule, calling it England.