He conqures England and molds Vikings and Angol-saxon's into one people.
Period: Jan 1, 1154 to Dec 31, 1189
Henry ruled England. He strenghtened the royal courts of justice by sending a royal judge to every part of England at least once a year. They collected taxes. lawsuits, and punished crimes. He also introduced the jury in England courts.
Period: Jan 1, 1180 to Dec 31, 1223
Philip the second ruled.
Period: Jan 1, 1199 to Dec 31, 1216
John ruled. He failed as a military leader, earned the nickanme John Softsword. He lost Normandy and all his lands innorthen France to the French under Phlip Augustus. His loss forced a confrantaion with his new nobels.
Jun 15, 1215
They forced John to agree to the celebrated document in English history, the Magna Carta (Great Charter).
Period: Jan 1, 1226 to Dec 31, 1270
Louis XI ruled France.
Period: Jan 1, 1285 to Dec 31, 1314
Philip IV ruled France. He was involved in a quarrel with the pope.
Nov 1, 1295
Esward summoned two burgesses from every borogh snf two knights from every county to serve as a parliament. Knights,burgesses, bishops, and lords met together at Westminster in London.
Jan 1, 1300
Pope Boniface VIII attempted to enforce papal authority on kings and previous popes had.
Jan 1, 1305
Philip IV persuaded the College of Cardinals to choose a French archbishop as the new pope.
Period: Dec 1, 1337 to Dec 31, 1453
Edward III launched for that throne continued from this time.
Aug 26, 1346
Battle of Crecy
The first and most spectacular battle was the battle of crecy.
Jan 1, 1347
A fleet of Genoese merchant shipsarrived in Sicily carrying bubonic plauge, also known as the Black Death.
Jan 1, 1414
1.) The council of consance attempted to end the great schism by choosing a single pope.
2.) Jan Hus was seized by Church leaders, and tried as a heretic.
Jan 1, 1415
Jan Hus was burned at a stake.
Jan 1, 1420
The French and English singed a treaty stating that Henry V would inherit the French crown upon the death of king Charles VI.
Period: Jan 1, 1421 to Dec 31, 1453
The French railed and drove the English out of France entirely.
Jan 1, 1429
A teenage French peasent girl named Joan of Arc felt moved by God to rescue Frannce from the English.
May 30, 1431
Joan led a battle
Joan led the French army into battle at a fort ciry near Orleans.
Jan 1, 1453
The end pf the middle ages, the twin pillars of the medieval world, religious devoution and the code of chivalry, both crumbled.