Time Line WHA By Josh Scott Period: Jan 1, 1016 to Dec 31, 1042 Canute He conquered England, and molding the vikings and Angelo-Saxons into one group. Period: Jan 1, 1154 to Dec 31, 1189 1154-1189 Henry II ruled England, strengthening the royal courts, and introduced the use of jury. Period: Jan 1, 1180 to Dec 31, 1223 1180-1223 Philip II ruled England at age 15, and set a goal to weaken the power of English kings in France. Period: Jan 1, 1199 to Dec 31, 1216 1199-1216 The hero of the third crusade, Richard the Lion Hearted, succeeded his father, Henry II, and when he died his younger brother, John, succeeded him and ruled. Jun 15, 1215 6-15-1215 Towns people who forced John to agree with the most celebrated document in English history, the Magna Carta Period: Jan 1, 1226 to Dec 31, 1270 1226-1270 Louis IX ruled France, while at the same time France's central government grew stronger. Period: Jan 1, 1285 to Dec 31, 1314 1285-1314 Philip IV, who ruled France, was involved in a quarrel with the pope. Jan 1, 1295 1295 Edward I summoned two burgesses from every borough and two knights from every county to serve as a parliament. Jan 1, 1300 1300 Pope Boniface VIII attempted to inforce papal authority on kings. Jan 1, 1305 1305 Philip IV persuaded the College of Cardinals to choose a French archbishop as the new Pope. Jan 1, 1347 1347 A fleet of Genoese merchant ships arrived in Sicily carrying Bubonic Plague, or Black Death. Jan 1, 1414 1414 -The Coucil of Constance attempted to end the Great Schism by choosing a single pope. -Jan Hus, a professor in Bohemia, was seized by church leaders. Jan 1, 1415 1415 Jan Hus was burned at the stake after trying to be a heretic while being seized by church leaders. Period: Jan 1, 1421 to Dec 31, 1453 1421-1453 The Franch rallied and drove the English out of France entirely, except for the port city, Calais. Period: Mar 2, 2022 to Mar 2, 2022 Alfred The Great Alfred turned back the vikings during invasion. He gradually united the kingdom under one rule with his successors and called it England.