In 376 CE, While its legitimacy lasted for centries and its cultral influence remains today, the Western Empire never had the strength to rise again.
Period: 476 to Jan 1, 1517
Oct 14, 1066
Battle of Hastings
The war was the Norman conquest of England, on the sussex coast of England.
Nov 27, 1095
The Crusades is a medieval millitary expedition one of a series made by europeans to recover the holy land from the muslims in the 1095-1099
Jan 1, 1150
Humans arrive in New Zealand
They claim to have come to New Zealand from a mythical island called Hawaiki, but really migrated from a collection of islands including Samoa.
Jan 1, 1219
The Mongols invade Afghanistan
This Mongol invasion was marked the begining of the Mongol conquest of the Islamic States. The invasion started in 1219 to 1221
Sep 23, 1347
The Plague reaches Europe
The plague is a bacterial infection foun mainly in rodents and their fleas. but via those fleas it can sometimes leap to humans.
Jan 1, 1440
The invention of the Printing Press
It was first invented in China. Johannes Gutenberg, a goldsmith and businessman from the mining town of Mainz, borrowed money to invent a technology that changed the world of printing.
Aug 3, 1492
Christopher Columbus reaches the Americas
Columbus leaded his three ships, the Nina, the Pinta and the Santa Maria. His first stop was the Canary Islands where the lack of wind left in his expedition becalmed until September 6.
Oct 31, 1517
Martin Luther's 95 These
Martin Luther wrote his 95 theses in 1517 as a protest against the selling of indulgences.
The Sui Dynasty
The Sui Dynasty started in 581 and ended in 618 AD, The Sui Dynasty lasted for only 38 years and had only three emperors. However, the whole nation was reunified and certain economic and political advances were achieved in the period
The Feudal system begins under Charlemagne
Charlemagne desired to spread Christianity. Charlemagne died in 814. The first castles are built around this time.
Vikings begin raids in Europe
The Vikings culture was viewed as Pagan Pluderers, but Christianity and run alongside their own beliefs and Gods