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Medieval History Timeline

  • 300

    3rd Century

    3rd Century
    Emperors kill each other for power and Rome goes into turmoil.
    Importance: The Visigoths and the Vandals are sure that the Rome is weak and unstable
  • Period: 300 to 467

    Decline of Rome

    Decline of Rome
    Importance; Rome was the world super power back in the Roman period
  • 410

    Sack of Rome

    Sack of Rome
    Visigoths sack Rome
    Importance: Rome was the top of the world and was undefeatable but now is defeated
  • 447

    Eastern Europe and the Attila the Hun

    Eastern Europe and the Attila the Hun
    Attila the Huns invades Eastern Roman
    Importance: People flee Eastern Rome into Western Rome. Attila the Hun invades most of Europe
  • 452

    Pope and Attila the Hun

    Pope and Attila the Hun
    Attila the Hun is turned back by the Pope
    Importance: Attila the Hun had already most of Europe so turning him back meant that they wouldn't be under Attila the Huns control
  • 455

    Rome plundered by Vandals

    Rome plundered by Vandals
    Vandals plundered Rome
  • 468

    The Romans and Vandals fight

    The Romans and Vandals fight
    Romans and Vandals fight and Romans lose
  • 476

    Last Roman Emperor

    Last Roman Emperor
    Last Roman Emperor
    Importance: The Romans would replace the emperor immediately usually by the killer but now he is not replaced
  • 480

    Juilus Nepos

    Juilus Nepos
    Juilus Nepos claims to be emperor but is killed
    Importance: First man to claim that he is emperor after the last emperor
  • Period: 500 to Jan 1, 600

    King Arthur legend

    King Arthur legend originates?
  • 507

    The Franks and Clovis fight the Vandals

    The Franks and Clovis fight the Vandals
    Franks and Clovis defeat the Vandals
    Importance: New invaders come into Europe
  • Period: 529 to 534

    Justian produces code of civil law

    Justian produces code of civil law
    Importance:This makes other civilastion to write down a legal law even if they didn't follow it
  • 534

    Byznaties and North Africa

    Byznaties and North Africa
    Byzantines retake over North Africa
  • 552

    Byzantines finish conquest

    Byzantines finish conquest
    Byzantines took over Italy
  • 570

    Muhammed is born

    Muhammed is born
    Muhammed is born
    Importance:He is considered to be the greatest prophet in Islamic History
  • 577

    West Saxons continue conquest

    West Saxons continue conquest
    West Saxons continue conquest
    Importance: The Saxons had invade most of modern Britian
  • 597

    Augustine arrives in Kent

    Augustine arrives in Kent
    Augustine arrives in Kent
    Importance: Christianization happens in Britian
  • Jan 1, 638

    Musilms capture the Jerusalem

    Musilms capture the Jerusalem
    Muslims capture Jerusalem
    Importance: This invasion with many others proke the Chruch to call on a crusade
  • Jan 1, 641

    Muslims take over Persia

    Muslims take over Persia
    Muslims take over Persia
    Importance:This invasion with many others proke the Chruch to call on a crusade
  • Jan 1, 643

    Muslims invade Alexandria

    Muslims invade Alexandria
    Muslims invade Alexandria
    Importance;It is part of the Crusades
  • Period: Jan 1, 674 to Jan 1, 678

    Arab first siege of Constantinople

    Arab first siege of Constantinople
    Importance: The Islamic army is stopped
  • Jan 1, 698

    Muslims take over Carthage

    Muslims take over Carthage
    Muslims take over Carthage
    Importance:This invasion with many others proke the Chruch to call on a crusade
  • Period: Jan 1, 790 to Jan 1, 1066

    Viking age

    Viking age
  • Jan 1, 793

    Vikings conquest

    Vikings conquest
    Vikings start conquest
    Importance: Vikings invade Britian and a bit more for a while in medival history
  • Dec 25, 800

    Charlemagne and Holy Roman Emperor

    Charlemagne and Holy Roman Emperor
    Charlemange is crowned the Holy Roman Emperor
    Importance: Charlemange founded the Holy Roman Empire
  • Jan 1, 814

    Charlemange is dead

    Charlemange is dead
    Charlemange is dead
    Importance: Founded the Holy Roman Empire
  • Jan 1, 827

    Musilms invade Sicily

    Musilms invade Sicily
    Musilms invade Sicily
    Importance:This is the first attempt to invade Sicily
  • Jan 1, 866

    The Vikings "Great Army" arrives at Britian

    The Vikings "Great Army" arrives at Britian
    The Vikings "Great Army" arrives at Britian
    Importance: Places were overwhelmed by the Vikings
  • Jan 1, 989

    Peace amd Truce of God

    Peace amd Truce of God
    Peace and Truce of God is introduced
    Importance:The Church attempt to stop people wages war for private matters
  • Jan 1, 1095

    Pope issues the Crusades

    Pope issues the Crusades
    Pope issues the Crusades to capture the "Holy Lands"
    Importance:This starts off the crusades
  • Period: Jan 1, 1096 to Jan 1, 1099

    Cruade I

    Crusade I
    Importance:This is the first Crusade which triggers many more
  • Period: Jan 1, 1096 to Jan 1, 1272

    First to Last Crusade

    First to Last Crusade
  • Feb 19, 1099

    Jerusalem is taken from the Muslims

    Jerusalem is taken from the Muslims
    Jerusalem is taken from the Muslims
  • Jan 1, 1118

    Knights Templar

    Knights Templar
    Knights Templar are founded to protect the Holy Lands
    Importance:The Templars are there to protect the holy Land from the Muslims
  • Period: Jan 1, 1144 to Jan 1, 1149

    2nd Crusade

    2nd Crusade
    Importance:It shows how reglious the people are
  • Period: Jan 1, 1163 to Jan 1, 1345

    Construction of the Notre Dame de Paris

    Construction of the Notre Dame de Paris
    Importance: Shows how reglious the people are to build such a large church
  • Jan 1, 1187

    Saladin recapture Jerusalem

    Saladin recapture Jerusalem
    Saladin recapture Jerusalem
    Importance:It is part of the Crusade
  • Period: Jan 1, 1187 to Jan 1, 1192

    3rd Crusade

    3rd Crusade
    Importance:It is Crusade, which shows how much religon affect people
  • Period: Jan 1, 1202 to Jan 1, 1204

    4th Crusade

    4th Crusdae
    Importance:It shows how religous the people are
  • Jan 1, 1204

    Sack of Constantinople

    Sack of Constantinople
    Sack of Constaninople
    Importance:Constantinople is a very important back in the medival ages
  • Jan 1, 1206

    Genghis Khan

    Genghis Khan
    Genghis Khan is elected leader of the Mongols
    Importance:The Mongols invade most of Europe
  • Jan 1, 1208

    The Pope calls for a crusade

    The Pope calls for a crusade
    The Pope calls for a crusade but no one responds
    Imporrtance:This means the people ar etoo busy to actually to start a crusade even though they are very reglious
  • Jan 1, 1212

    Children's Crusade

    Children's Crusade
    The Children's Crusade
    Importance: This shows that even the children were very reglious
  • Period: Jan 1, 1217 to Jan 1, 1221

    5th Crusade

    5th Crusade
    Importance:It shows how reglious the people are
  • Period: Jan 1, 1228 to Jan 1, 1229

    6th Crusade

    6th Crusade
    Importance:It shows how reglious the medival people are
  • Period: Jan 1, 1248 to Jan 1, 1254

    7th Crusade

    7th Crusade
    Importance:The crusades show how the church was an influnce to the people in the middle ages
  • Jan 1, 1270

    8th Crusade

    8th Crusade
    8th Crusade
    Importance:How desperate the people were to take back the "Holy Lands"
  • Period: Jan 1, 1271 to Jan 1, 1272

    9th Crusade

    The 9th Crusade
    Importance: It is a crusade
  • Oct 13, 1307

    Order of Templars are killed

    Order of Templars are killed
    Order of Templars are killed
    Importance:The Templars were supposed protect the "Holy Lands" but were killed meaning other people can resettle the area
  • Period: Jan 1, 1337 to Jan 1, 1453

    Hundred years war

    Hundred years war
  • Jan 1, 1347

    Black plague

    Black plague
    Black plague occurws
    Importance: 1/3 of the Medival was killed during this
  • Period: Jan 1, 1400 to

    Renaissance

    Renaissance
    Importance:Marks the end of the middle ages
  • Period: Jan 1, 1412 to May 30, 1431

    Joan of Arc

    Joan of Arc
    Importance:She lead many important victories for France