Fall of the Roman EmpireThe Fall of the Roman Empire was the decline of the last half of the Roman Empire, or the Western Roman empire. The Eastern half had been defeated in the Fall of Constantinople, so now all that was left was the western half.
Development of the Roman Catholic ChurchThe Roman Church dominated the western world. The Roman Catholic Church controlled religion, philosophy, morals, politics, art, and education.
Sep 13, 718
ReconquistaA period where Christian kingdoms suceeded in reconquring the iberian Coast from the Islamic. It was known as Al-Andalus.
Period: Jan 1, 1095 to Jan 1, 1291
CrusadesThe Crusades were a series of religious battles between the Roman Catholics and the Muslims. Were fought in the places near, and Jerusalem.
Jan 1, 1300
RenaissanceA time of growth, learning, and discovery in Europe. A bunch of people in Europe were discovering amazing things like America, Copernicus discovered that the Earth revolved around the sun.
Jan 1, 1348
Black PlagueThe black plague was carried by Oriental rat fleas, that came into Europe via silk road, and from trade with oriental countries. It went through 1350. It killed over 1/3 of the people in Europe at the time.
Apr 6, 1453
Fall of ConstantinopleThe Fall of Constantinople was when the Ottoman empire sieged the capital of the Roman Empire (aka Byzantine Empire). This marked the end of the Roman Empire, an empire that dominated for over 1500 years.