Period: 500 to Nov 13, 1500
Oct 14, 1066
Also known as The Battle Hastings, The Normans and the other contingents in William’s army fought in the manner developing across mainland Europe.
Aug 15, 1096
Official start of First Crusade as set by Pope Urban II.
Mar 31, 1146
Second CusadePope Eugenius III trying to elicit a popular response for the second crusade.The main point was the same as the first crusade, the main task was to get the holy land under the Christians.
Jan 21, 1189
Third Crusadehttp://www.knight-test.aspery.com.au/battles/third-crusade.phpIn response to the recapture of Jerusalem by Saladin, Pope Gregory VIII issues the Bull Audita Tremendi calling for the Third Crusade.
Jun 15, 1215
The Magna Carter established the principle that no one, including the king or a lawmaker, is above the law.
Sep 25, 1295
Model Parliament Meetswww.forum.paradoxplaza.com
England’s first legally elected legislature.
May 24, 1337
The Start Of The Hundred Year Warhttp://users.moscow.com/khakimian/hundred.htmlBetween the two great European powers at that time, England and France. An immediate pretext for war was the claim of the kings of England to the French throne.
Mar 21, 1347
The Black Death, is concidered the most severe epidemic in human history. This plague killed entire families at a time and destroyed a 3rd of Europe's population.
Nov 13, 1378
The Roman Catholic Church split when the King of France decided that he did not like the Italian Pope and elected one of his own. The Great Schism, as it has been called, lasted for about 68 years.
Oct 19, 1453
The End Of The Hundred Year WarThe Hundred Years' War resulted in the loss of thousands of lives on both sides. It had important political and social results in France: it helped establish a sense of nationalism, ended all English claims to French territory, and made possible an http://www.historytoday.com/richard-cavendish/end-hundred-years-war monarchy.