After a period of relative peace the Muslims conquered the town of Edessa. This kick started the Crusade.
Dec 31, 1155
End Of Second Crusade
Jan 1, 1187
Start Of Third Crusade
The muslims were in a state of dissary, but were united under Saladim. And defeated many of the crusaders stil left from the previous crusade. This of course started the third crusade.
Dec 31, 1192
End Of Third Crusades
Jan 1, 1202
Fourth Crusade Began And Ended
Jan 1, 1212
EPIC FAIL. Led by a peasant french boy Nicholas. The crusaders were made up of peasant teenagers who beleived that their faith wpuld overrule their lack of strength. Only 1/3rd made it over the Alps. The rest were scattered and most of them sold as slaves.
Jan 1, 1217
Fifth Crusade Begins
Dec 31, 1221
Fith Crusade Ends
Jan 1, 1228
Sixth Crusade Begins
Dec 31, 1229
Sixth Crusade Ends
Jan 1, 1248
The Seventh Crusade
Jan 1, 1270
The Eight Crusade
Jan 1, 1271
The Final Crusade Begins
Dec 31, 1272
The Final Crusade Finishes
Oct 1, 1347
The Black Death Arrives In Europe
The Black DeathThe Black Death reached Europe through Silicy from tweleve Genoese galleys, where it spread quickly through out the island. But it was the outbreak in Pisa a few weeks later that gave entry to nothern Italy.
Period: Jan 1, 1348 to Dec 31, 1350
The Peak Of The Black Death
Jan 1, 1382
The Bible Is Translated Into English
This date is important because before this the bible was only in Latin, so the people would HAVE to beleive anything that was "From The Bible". This translation meant that the people could know what God wanted.
The Roman Empire At Its Largest
The Roman Empire wa at its largest c.180 AD, st the time of the death of Marcos Aurelius.
Charlemagne Becomes Emporer Of Rome
In 977 Pope Leo III was disgraced in Rome, so he went to Charlemagne for help. Charlemagne came to Rome and held a council were the Pope swore his innocence. Then Charlemagne was crowned "Imperator Romanorum" (Emperor of the Romans)
Charlemagne died from a high fever,
Charlemagne Coronated As King Of Noyon
Charlemagne is Born
Charlemagne comes from the French "Charles Le Magne" (Charles The Great)