Medieval Timeline

  • 180

    Rome at its peak.

    Rome was at its largest and strongest when Marcos Aurelious died in 180 AD
  • 410

    Visigoths Attack Rome

    Visigoths surround Rome, starve them for 2 years, then sack rome.
  • 450

    The First Anglo-Saxons Arrive in England

  • 455

    Vandals loot Rome

    Rome becomes weak because of unstable chain of emporers, Vandals see the opportunity and loot Rome.
  • 496

    Clovis the Frank converts to Christianity

  • 597

    Anglo-Saxons start to convert to christianity

  • Feb 17, 638

    Jerusalem falls to Islamic forces

  • Feb 17, 711

    Tarik-Ibn-Ziyad begins the Muslim conquest of Spain.

  • Feb 17, 751

    Pippin III becomes the first Carolingian king.

  • Feb 17, 790

    Vikings begin raiding Ireland

  • Feb 17, 800

    Charlemagne becomes Emperor

  • Feb 17, 814

    Charlemagne dies

  • Feb 17, 827

    Islamic forces invade Sicily

  • Feb 17, 843

    The Treaty of Verdun splits the Frankish kingdom into three parts, creating modern France and Germany along the way.

  • Feb 17, 863

    The Eastern Church and the papacy in Rome split in the Schism

  • Feb 17, 870

    Vikings discover Iceland

  • Feb 17, 871

    Alfred becomes the king of Wessex

  • Feb 17, 909

    Norman civilisation begins in modern france.

  • Feb 17, 987

    Louis V dies

  • Feb 17, 1016

    Cnut of Denmark becomes king of England

  • Feb 17, 1066

    Batlle of Hastings

  • Feb 17, 1096

    1st crusade

    The first crusade for the holy city.
  • Feb 17, 1145

    2nd Crusade

    The second crusade for the holy city.
  • Feb 17, 1189

    3rd Crusade

    The 3rd Crusade of the holy city.
  • Feb 17, 1202

    4th Crusade

    The 4th Crusade.
  • Feb 17, 1213

    5th Crusade

    5th Crusade.
  • Feb 17, 1228

    6th Crusade

    6th Crusade.
  • Feb 17, 1248

    7th Crusade.

    7th Crusade
  • Feb 17, 1270

    8th Crusade

    8th Crusade
  • Feb 17, 1271

    9th Crusade

    9th Crusade
  • Feb 17, 1291

    The city of Acre falls, and the kingdom of Outremer ends.

  • Feb 18, 1324

    Marsilius of Padua criticises the papacy in the Defensor pacis.

  • Feb 18, 1337

    The Hundred year war began.

  • Feb 18, 1346

    The Battle Of Crecy

  • Feb 18, 1348

    The Black Death hits Medieval Europe.

  • Feb 18, 1381

    The Peasant's revolt happens in England.

  • Feb 18, 1415

    The Battle of Agincourt is fought.

  • Feb 18, 1431

    Joan of Arc is executed by the English.

  • Feb 18, 1453

    Constantinople captured, Renaissance begins.

  • Feb 18, 1453

    The Hundred year war ends.

  • Feb 18, 1471

    Leonardo da Vinci becomes a professional Artist.

  • Feb 18, 1492

    Christopher Columbus discovers America.