Dark/Middle Ages

  • 455

    VANDALS SACK ROME

    VANDALS SACK ROME
    The sack was conducted by the Vandals, who were at war with the usurping Western Roman Emperor Petronius Maximus.
  • 509

    CLOVIS MEROVINGIAN DYNASTY STARTS

    CLOVIS  MEROVINGIAN DYNASTY STARTS
    During the second half of the 5th century there were many petty battles that were fought for land and money. It went on until the Merovingians unified the tribes in the 6th century.
  • 547

    BENEDICT OF NURSIA

    BENEDICT OF NURSIA
    He is a Christian saint venerated in the Catholic Church, the Eastern Orthodox Church, the Oriental Orthodox Churches, the Anglican Communion and Old Catholic Churches He died in the year march 21, 547 due to a fever.
  • Oct 10, 732

    Battle Of Tours

    Battle Of Tours
    The battle Of tours which was also known as Battle of Poitiers and Battle of the highway and Martyrs. This battle was fought on October 10,732.
  • May 25, 735

    Saint Bede

    Saint Bede
    Saint Bede the vulnerable was a English Benedictine Monk at the monastery of Saint Peter and St. Paul in the Kingdom of the Angles. He was born in the year 672/673 in Monkton in Jarrow Northumbria and died on May 25,735.
  • 782

    Massacre of Verden

    Massacre of Verden
    This was an event when the Frankish King Charlemagne offered the life of 4500 Saxon's in October 782. This took place during the Saxon wars.
  • 793

    Vikings Attack Linidis France

    Vikings Attack Linidis France
    In the year 793 Vikings raided Linidis France. They raided the place because it was a holy land and of course thy were also after the money.
  • 814

    Missi Dominici

    Missi Dominici
    Missi Dominici is A palace Inspector which is also know as Zendgraaf in Latin.
  • Jan 28, 814

    CHARLEMAGNE DIES

    CHARLEMAGNE DIES
    Charlemagne was the king of the franks. He died on January 28,814 at Aachen, Germany.
  • 820

    AL-KHWARIZMI

    AL-KHWARIZMI
    He was a Persian polymath who produced vastly influential works in mathematics, astronomy, and geography. In the year 820 he was appointed as the astronomer and head of the library of the House of Wisdom in Baghdad.
  • 871

    King Alfred Of England

    King Alfred Of England
    King Alfred was know as Alfred the Great. He was the king of the west Saxons from 871-886. He was the youngest Child Among his family.
  • Oct 15, 925

    Muhammed Al Razi

    Muhammed Al Razi
    He was the original Portrayer of smallpox. He was a physician, alchemist, philosopher, and important figure in the history of medicine. He was also a writer, He wrote on Logic, Astronomy, and Grammar. He died on October 15,925.
  • Oct 14, 1066

    Battle of has tings

    Battle of has tings
    This was a battle between the Norman Army and the English army on October 14,1066. It ended with the Norman Army winning.
  • 1086

    Domesday Book

    Domesday Book
    The Domesday book was a great survey that was taken by England and some people from wale under the order of King William the Conqueror.
  • 1162

    Ibn Zhr

    Ibn Zhr
    Ibn Zhr was an Arab physician,surgeon and a Poet. He was born on 1094 in Seville Spain and he died on 1162 in his birth place.
  • Aug 10, 1190

    SUNDISATA KEITA

    SUNDISATA KEITA
    He was the prince and the founder of the mali empire. Mansa Musa was his great Nephew. He was born on august 10,1190 and died on 1255.
  • 1206

    Genghis Khan

    Genghis Khan
    He was the founder of the mongol empire. It became the largest empire in history even after death. He became leader because he united different nomadic tribes from northeast asia.
  • Jun 15, 1215

    Magna Carta

    Magna Carta
    The Magna Carta was know as the Great Charter. It was a document that Guaranteed English Political Liberties. It was drafted at Runnymede, which was a meadow by the river Thames. It was signed by King John on june 15, 1215
  • 1271

    Marco Polo

    Marco Polo
    He was a Merchant, Explorer and A writer who traveled through out asia using the Silk Road from 1271-1295
  • 1324

    MANSA MUSA JOURNEY FOR THE HAJJ

    MANSA MUSA JOURNEY FOR THE HAJJ
    Mansa Musa was the ruler of mali from 1312-1337. He went on a voyage to mecca on 1324. It awakened stupendous wealth of mali.
  • 1343

    JANI BEG SIEGE OF KAFFA/CAFFA

    JANI BEG SIEGE OF KAFFA/CAFFA
    Jani Beg commanded a massive Crimean Tatar force that attacked the Crimean port city of Kaffa in 1343. The siege was lifted by an Italian relief force in February.
  • Sep 11, 1364

    Christine De Pizan

    Christine De Pizan
    Christine De Pizan was a poet and an author at the court of King Charles VI and several French Dukes. She was born on september 11,1364 and died on 1430.
  • Jul 25, 1368

    Guy De Chauliac

    Guy De Chauliac
    Guy de Chauliac was a French physician and surgeon who wrote a lengthy surgery in Latin, titled Chirurgia Magna. It was later translated in many other languages and read throughout the world. He was born on 1300 and died July 25,1368.
  • Oct 25, 1400

    Geoffrey Chaucer

    Geoffrey Chaucer
    He was a poet and an Author. He was greatly known as the greatest English poet of the middle ages.
  • 1431

    Joan Of Arc

    Joan Of Arc
    She was a peasant girl living in medieval France. She believed god chose her to lead France to victory in the long running war. She died at the age of 19.