Christianity from 312 t0 1500 CE By Brooke143 312 Emperor Constantines Coversion To Christianity Period: 312 to Aug 14, 1500 Dates 336 Death Of Constaintine 451 Council Of Chalcedon 553 Ecumenical council at Constantinople affirms teaching of previous councils. 563 Columba establishes a monastery at Iona. Sep 11, 664 Synod of Whitby ratifies the authority of the Pope in England. Sep 11, 731 Bede writes his Ecclesiastical History. Sep 11, 1054 Great Schism - Eastern Orthodox and Western Catholic churches separate. Sep 11, 1187 Jerusalem recaptured by a Moslem army led by Saladin. Sep 11, 1204 Sack of Constantinople during the fourth crusade. Sep 11, 1216 Papal approval of the Dominican and Franciscan mendicant ('begging') orders. Sep 11, 1266 Thomas Aquinas writes his great work of systematic Theology: Summa Theologiae. Sep 11, 1305 Papacy moved to Avignon following a dispute with Philip IV of France. Sep 11, 1341 Defence of Orthodox spirituality by Gregory Palamas. Rise of Hesychasm. Sep 11, 1376 John Wycliffe writes 'Civil Dominion', arguing for reform of the church. Sep 11, 1453 Constantinople falls to the Ottoman Turks. Sep 11, 1517 Martin Luther posts his 95 Theses in Wittenburg, Germany; beginning the Protestant reformation. Sep 11, 1525 William Tyndale completes his translation of the Bible into English. Mar 2, 2022 Christianity Made Official Religion Of Roman Empire Mar 2, 2022 Ecumenical council at Constantinople rejects Monothelite heresy of one will in Christ. Mar 2, 2022 Ecumenical council at Nicea ends the controversy over the use of icons in worship. Mar 2, 2022 Charlemagne is crowned emperor of the Holy Roman Empire by Pope Leo III. Mar 2, 2022 Conversion of Prince Vladimir in Kiev. Growth of Christianity in Russia. Mar 2, 2022 Following Solomon's death, the Kingdom is divided into two sections: Northern (Israel) and Southern (Judah).