Period: 347 to 395
Theodosius IHe was a Roman emperor. He ruled over the eastern and western halves of Rome. The Eastern Orthodox Church recognized him as Saint Thedosius. He made Christianity the official state religion of the Roman empire.
Period: 372 to 410
Collapse of RomeThe population of Rome had decreased from 65 million to 50 million, about 20%. The empire's taxable income reduced from the declination of agriculture and economic activity.
Period: 400 to Jan 1, 800
Barbarian InvasionA huge amount of people migrated to Europe. The migration was caused by the profound changes within the Roman Empire. The people first migranted westward and southward then they spreaded all over the place.
Period: 467 to Jan 1, 1300
Oct 14, 1066
Batltle of HastingsThis was a battle between the Norman-French army led by Duke William II of Normandy and the english army under King Harold II at the Senlac Hill.
Jan 1, 1100
William the ConquerorHe was a general. He always won every battle he has been it in. His army was led to victory.
Period: Jan 1, 1100 to Jan 1, 1300
LeprosyLeprosy was the most feared disease. It was very rampant across Western Europe. It was found in many colonies
Oct 8, 1122
Concordat of wormThis was an agreement between the Pope and the emperor. It brought an end to the first phase of the power stuggle between the Papacy and the emperor.
Period: Jan 1, 1263 to Jan 1, 1267
The BaronA civil war between the force of a number of barons led by Simon de Montfort against the Royalist force led by Prince Edward. The baron had won the victory.
Period: Oct 8, 1347 to Oct 8, 1350
PlagueThis has killed thousands of people within a very short timeframe. The most famous is called Black Death.