The templar knights

In Hoc Signo Vinces

  • Dec 25, 800

    1st King of the Holy Roman Empire

    1st King of the Holy Roman Empire
    Charlemagne was crowned emperor of the Holy Roman Emporer by the pope on Christmas Day. King Charlemagne died in 1814
  • Jan 1, 801

    First Great Victory

    First Great Victory
    Charlemagne's son Louis captured Barcelona from the Arabs, which created the Spanish March
  • Jan 1, 814

    Inheritance

    Inheritance
    Charlemagne died and his son Louis became king of the Franks and the Holy Roman Empire
  • Jan 1, 830

    Betrayal

    Betrayal
    Louis is attacked by his sons allied with pope Gregory IV
  • Jan 1, 840

    Civil War

    Civil War
    Louis died and civil war over land broke out among one of his son's and his other son's child.
  • Jan 1, 911

    The Great Split

    The Great Split
    eastern and western Franconia were completely seperated and the eastern part became known as France and the western part Germany
  • Jan 1, 922

    Dirk I

    Dirk I
    The Viking leader Dirk I established the Egmont Benedictine monastery in Holland
  • Jan 1, 961

    Plead for Help

    Plead for Help
    the Pope asks Otto I for protection against Berengar II
  • Jan 1, 964

    Greatest of the Saxon Kings

    Greatest of the Saxon Kings
    King Otto I The Great was crowned emperor by Pope John XIII in Rome after his great victory when he defeated the Magyars at the Battlle of Lechfield in 955.
  • Jan 1, 988

    Non-believer to Believer

    Non-believer to Believer
    Vladimir led Ukrainians to Christianity through baptism
  • Jan 1, 1024

    Cluniac Reform

    Cluniac Reform
    movement that happened when the church was losing its spiritual mission. The movement tried to disentangle the church from feudalism and secular control.
  • Jan 1, 1054

    The Church Divides

    The Church Divides
    The bishops of Rome and Constantinople were constantly arguing because each thought thst they were more superior than the other. The result of many problems that occured was the division of the church.
  • Jan 1, 1090

    Honey-Tongued Doctor

    Honey-Tongued Doctor
    Bernard of Clairvaux was born in 1090. He was a big influence in the catholic church and he still is. One of his famous quotes is " You wish me to tell you wy and how God should be loved. My answer is that God himself is the reason he is to be loved."
  • Jan 1, 1096

    First Crusade

    First Crusade
    Alexus Comnenus asks for a small number of people to defend Constapoline and is shocked when he finds 12,000 people awaiting to fight for him.
  • Jan 1, 1122

    Concordat of Worms

    Concordat of Worms
    Emperor Henry V and Pope Callistus II, the emperor relinquished the right of spiritual investiture, or installation of bishops into ecclesiastical office.
  • Jan 1, 1147

    Second Crusade

    Second Crusade
    Was preached by Bernard of Clairvaux. Only a few Greek islands were taken.
  • Jan 1, 1189

    Third Crusade

    Third Crusade
    Led by Frederick Barbosa, Richard I of England, and Philip II of France. The result was a truce which gave Christians access to Jerusalem and the Holy Places
  • Jan 1, 1202

    Fourth Crusade

    Fourth Crusade
    Instead of marching on Jerusalem, this crusade was diverted to Constantinople. The city remained in Latin hands until 1261.
  • Jan 1, 1208

    Albigensian Crusade

    Albigensian Crusade
    Preached by Pope Innocent III against the Albigensian heretics in southern France.
  • Jan 1, 1212

    Children's Crusade

    Children's Crusade
    Preached by Stephan of Vendome and by Nicholas of Koln. One group reached Marseilles and was sold into slavery; the other turned back.
  • Jan 1, 1218

    Fifth Crusade

    Fifth Crusade
    The Fifth Crusade consisted of an attack on Egypt. The crusade was led by king Andrew II of Hungary and Duke Leopold VI of Austria.
  • Jan 1, 1228

    Sixth Crusade

    Sixth Crusade
    Led by Frederick II the Holy Roman Emporer. He negotiated a treaty which led to Christian control of several important holy sites, including Jerusalem. Jerusalem was eventually retaken by Muslim mercenaries in 1244.
  • Jan 1, 1248

    Seventh Crusade

    Seventh Crusade
    Led by King Louis IX of France also known as Saint Louis. He captured the Egyptian city of Damietta, but was himself taken captive in the battle for Cairo. He was eventually was ransomed
  • Jan 1, 1270

    Eigth Crusade

    Eigth Crusade
    This attack on Tuins was a fiasco and they did not succeed
  • Jan 1, 1356

    Golden Bull

    Golden Bull
    Charles IV passed the Golden Bull which established the principle of an elective monarchy for the empire.