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  • 476


    The Western Roman Empire fell in the year 476, beginning the Middle Ages.
  • Period: 785 to 787

    Construction of the Mosque of Cordoba

    Cordoba was already the capital of the Muslim province and Abd ar-Rahman continued to use it as the capital of his independent emirate. Construction of the mosque began in 785–786 (169 AH) and finished a year later in 786–787 (170 AH).
  • Period: 800 to 1200


    Feudalism was a system in which people were given land and protection by people of higher rank, and worked and fought for them in return. The basic idea of feudalism was that it was a system for structuring society around relationships derived from the holding of land in return for services.
  • Period: 991 to 1033

    Invention of musical notation

    The founder of what is now considered the standard music staff was Guido d'Arezzo, an Italian Benedictine monk who lived from about 991 until after 1033.
  • 1054


    Cisma de Oriente 1054.
  • Period: 1300 to 1500

    The Emergence of Strong States

    During the late medieval and Renaissance periods, however, monarchs began to wield more power and influence. The long-term pattern from about 1350 – 1500 was for the largest monarchies to expand their territory and wealth, which allowed them to fund better armies, which led to more expansion. In the process, smaller states were often absorbed or at least forced to do the bidding of larger ones; this is true of the Italian city-states and formerly independent kingdoms in eastern France.
  • Period: 1304 to 1374


    he was an important writer in the Renaissance.
  • 1436

    Creation of the printing press

    Creation of the printing press
    German goldsmith Johannes Gutenberg is credited with inventing the printing press around 1436, although he was far from the first to automate the book-printing process. Woodblock printing in China dates back to the 9th century and Korean bookmakers were printing with moveable metal type a century before Gutenberg
  • 1453

    The end of the Middle Ages.

    The end of the Middle Ages.
    The Modern period ends with the fall of the Byzantine empire, in 1453.
  • 1453

    The beginning of the Renaissance

    The beginning of the Renaissance
    The Modern period started with the fall of the Byzantine empire, in 1453.
  • Period: 1475 to 1564

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    he was a very famous artist in de Renaissance
  • 1503


    By the first half of the 16th century, the Renaissance was impacting and impacted by political events throughout Europe. In 1503, Julius II was appointed pope, bringing in the start of the Roman Golden Age. Henry VIII came to power in England in 1509 and Francis I succeeded to the French Throne in 1515
  • End of the Renaissance

    End of the Renaissance
    The Modern period ended with the French Revolution, in 1789.
  • Coronation of Queen Elizabeth the first

    A coronation is a ceremony marking the formal investiture of a monarch with regal power. In 1937, the 11 year old Princess Elizabeth had watched her father, King George VI, crowned in the elaborate ceremony and 16 years later on 2 June 1953, her own official coronation was to take place.