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  • 476

    The End of Rome

    The last Roman emperor in the west, Romulus Augustus, was deposed by the Foederaiti Chieftain, Odocer.
  • Period: 476 to

    The spread of Christian, Plague, Dark Ages

    The spread of Christian, Plague, Dark Ages
  • 527

    Byzantine Emperor

    Justinian I becomes the Byzantine emperor.
  • 541

    Bubonic Plague

    The Bobonic plague appears suddenly in Europe and spred to Constantinope where it killa at least 230000 people.
  • 552


    Justinian recieves silkworm eggs smuggled from China by two Nestorian.
  • 572

    peace breaking

    Byzantine emperor Justin II breaks peace with Persia and invades Nisibis. Lombards take the Byzantine stronghold pf Pavia and establish the kingdom of the Lombards in Northern Italy.
  • Feb 5, 630

    Mecca capturation

    Muhhamad sets out to capture Mecca by force.
  • Feb 5, 632

    Muhammad dies

    Muhammad dies.
  • Feb 5, 661

    Umayyad caliphate

    Caliph Aliu ibn Abi Talib is assassinates with his assassination th Rashidun Caliphate ends and Muawiyah I founds the Umayyad caliphate.
  • Period: Feb 15, 661 to Feb 15, 752

    Muslim Expansion, famous Lumberjack, Hammer

    Muslim Expansion, famous Lumberjack, Hammer
  • Feb 15, 671

    Battle of two rivers

    king Ecgfrith of Northumbria defeats th Picts.
  • Feb 5, 707

    Bablearic Islands

    The Byzantines lose the Bablearic Islands.
  • Feb 7, 715


    Netchtan mac Der-llei, king of the picts invites the Northumbrian clergy to establish christianity amongest the Picts.
  • Feb 7, 727

    condemns iconoclasm

    Pope Gregory II condemns iconoclasm, causing Byzantine Italy to break with the empire.
  • Feb 7, 751

    King of the Franks

    Pepin the Short is elected as the king of the Franks by the Frankish nobility, marking the end of the Merovingan and the begining of the Carolingian dynasty.
  • Period: Feb 15, 753 to

    Charlemagne, Vikings, Saracens, Holy Roman Empire

    Charlemagne, Vikings, Saracens, Holy Roman Empire
  • Feb 7, 771

    Carloman I

    Carloman I, king of the Franks dies, leaving his brother Chalomagne king of now complete Frankish kingdom.
  • Feb 7, 772


    Frankish king Charlomagne starts fighting the Saxons and th Frisians.
  • Feb 7, 773


    At request of the Pope Adrian I, Charlomagne crosses the Alps and invades the kingdom of the Lombards headed by the king Desiderius.
  • Feb 7, 774

    King of Lombards

    Charlomagne conquers the kingdom of Lombards, and takes title of king of Lombards.
  • Feb 7, 777

    Charlomagne defeats the Saxons.

    Charlomagne defeats the Saxns.
  • Period: Feb 15, 1029 to Feb 15, 1120

    The Conqueror, The Turks, Emperor v. Pope and Crusaders

    The Conqueror, The Turks, Emperor v. Pope and Crusaders
  • Feb 15, 1031


    The Moorish Caliphate of Cordoba collapses.
  • Feb 15, 1037

    against the Arabs

    George Maniaces begins a compaign against the Arabs in Sicily.
  • Feb 15, 1046

    First contact

    The first contact occurs between the Byzantine Empire and the Seljuks.
  • Feb 15, 1055


    The Seljuk Turks capture Baghdad.
  • Feb 15, 1064

    Turkish incursions

    The Seljuk turks storm Anatolia, taking Casarea and Ani, marking the begining of Turkish incursions into Antolia.
  • Feb 15, 1120

    Wrecked ship

    The White shi is wrevked in the English Channel, resulting in the death of King Henry I of England.
  • Period: Feb 15, 1121 to Feb 15, 1212

    Gothic Architecture, THe Second Crusade, GYpsies and red Beard

    Gothic Architecture, THe Second Crusade, GYpsies and red Beard
  • Feb 15, 1137

    King of France

    Louis VII is crowned KIng of France.
  • Feb 15, 1144

    Eugene III

    POpe Eugene III issuses the bull Quantum praedecessores, calling for the Second CRusade
  • Jun 15, 1148

    The second Crusade

    THe Second Crusade reches Sewslaem.
  • Jul 15, 1148


    THe Siege of Damascus ends in failture.
  • Feb 15, 1150


    The earlest textual reference is made to Gypsies working as musicians in Constantinople.
  • Feb 15, 1155

    Holy Roman Emperor

    FRederick I Barossa is crowned Holy Roman Emperor.
  • Period: Feb 15, 1213 to Feb 15, 1300

    The Magna Carta, The Mongols, THe Inquisition and Longshanks

    The Magna Carta, The Mongols, THe Inquisition and Longshanks
  • Feb 15, 1214

    Battle of Bouvines

    In France, Philip II of France defeats John of England.
  • Feb 15, 1220

    Invasion of Mongols

    The MOngols first invade the Abbasid Caliphate.
  • Feb 15, 1233


    The inquisition is established
  • Feb 15, 1237

    Mongol invasion of Rus':

    Sack of Ryazan.
  • Feb 15, 1290

    KIng Edward I

    King Edward I of England orderss all Jews to leave England.
  • Feb 15, 1297

    Battle of Stirling Bridge

    The Scottish armies of Andrew Moray and William defeat the English
  • lombards

    The Lombards then turn West, gang up with a bunch of Bavarians, Sarmtians, Saxons and Taifali and invade Italy.
  • Cadwaladr

    Cadwaladr launches the last Welsh offensive against the Saxons in Britian.
  • Moors

    The Moors lose Madeid to the Kingdom of Leon.
  • Northumbria

    King Edmund I takes Northumbria from the Vikings.
  • Aleppo

    A Byzantine army under Nikephoros Phokas captures and pluders Aleppo.
  • Compaign

    Nicephorus II begins a compaign to recapture Cilicia.
  • Siege of Kiev

    THe Pechenegs begin the siege of Kiev.
  • Ruler of the Salian Franks

    Clovis I becomes the ruler of th Salian Franks when he was 13.
  • converting Anglo_Saxons

    Pope Gregory I sends Augustine to England to convert Anglo Saxons to Christianity.
  • Astrurias VS. al-Andalus

    High water mark of Alfonso ll of Asturias's campaighs against al-Andalus. thebChristians sack Lisbon.
  • First siege

    First siege of Constantinope by the Rus.
  • Rurik

    Rurik gains control of Novgorod.
  • Nie battles

    Nine battles are fought between the danes and Wessex.
  • Charles the Fat

    Carles the Fat becomes king of western Francia.
  • Lundenburgh

    Alfred the Great captures London and renames it Lundenburgh.
  • split

    With the death of Charles the fat, the Frankish kingdom split again.
  • duke of Poland

    Mieszko I, the first duke of Poland, is baptized a Christian.
  • militory victories

    The Lombards, Avars, Slavs and Visigoths all win military victories over the Byzantine empire and gain territory at their expense.
  • Period: to

    Norsemen, origin of Russia

    Norsemen, origin of Russia
  • Period: to Feb 15, 1028

    Viking in America, the unready King and Beowulf

    Viking in America, the unready King and Beowulf
  • Period: to Feb 15, 660

    The spread of Christian, the rise of Feudalism, Dark Ages

    The spread of Christian, the rise of Feudalism, Dark Ages