Timeline Middle Ages

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  • Period: 400 to Aug 1, 1500

    The Middle Ages Timeline

    Is about everything what happen during The Middle Ages
  • 476

    Western Roman Emipre Ends

    The Western Woman Empire started on 286-476 ended. The Western Roman Emipre ended at the hand of Barbarian General Odoacer. The Eastern Roman Empire just last short for another 1000 years.
  • 570

    Muhammad Prophet was Born

    Muslims believed that hat the word of God was revealed to him by the archangel Gabriel in Arabic, from the muslim Holy Book. "Because it is through writing that the Qur'an is transmitted, the Arabic script was first transformed and beautified in order that it might be worthy of divine revelation." Its a words from their holy book.
  • Aug 2, 711

    Moors Start Raiding Spain

    By 711 AD, speculative party of 10,000 soldiers that led by Tariq-ibn-Ziyad, they crossed the Straits of Gibraltar and defeated the Visigothic army of King Roderic at the Battle of Guadalete
  • Aug 3, 793

    Vikings Start Raiding Europe

    On 793 AD,the Vikings start to raid Europe, Lindisfarne, England. The Vikings used shallow draught longships to surprise their raids on the particular location that the Vikings struck the victims.
  • Aug 4, 1066

    William of Normandy wins Battle of Hastings and becomes King of England

    William Normandy, the conqueror wins the Battle of Hastings and it last until 1087 he lead England.
  • Aug 5, 1096

    Crusades Start

    Crusades its a fought between Christians and Muslims around 1096-1291. It happened at Jerusalem where they have crusades stuff.
  • Aug 6, 1100

    Small Towns Start Springing Up Over Europe

    Although its a small towns, but they were the first European cities that already in the sense of modern because of their self-supporting and they were the centre of commerce and cultrure.
  • Aug 24, 1189

    Richard I the Lionheart become the King of England

    He bacame the king of Englad at the year 1189-1199. He was killed by a crossbow bolt while besieging Châlus-Chabrol in 1199. He left no heir. That's so sad.
  • Aug 7, 1192

    Minamoto Yoritomo becomes the First Shogun of Japan

    Minatomo established himself as the first hereditary miltery leader, and by the year 1867 its the last time he renounced power and restored the emperor.
  • Aug 9, 1203

    Arthur the Britany is Murdered

    Arthur was moved to Rouen from Falaise, where he was being held. John killed Arthur and dumped his weighted-down body in the Seine. The body was discovered and later buried.
  • Aug 8, 1215

    King John of England Signs the Magna Carta

    King John is not a pleasant person, he likes to stole things. King John was forced to sign the Magna Carta document, which that controlled his power and gave more right to the nobles.
  • Aug 6, 1271

    The Leaves of Marcopolo to Asia

    Marcopolo was born on 1254 and he died on 1324. He was an Italian explorer from Venice. He leaves his famous journey to explore Asia, China when he was seventeen. He travelled to China with his father and his uncle. There worked with Kublai Khan for seventeen years. He sailed instead of going overland and stuff like that.
  • Aug 9, 1275

    First Meeting Held England of a Parliament

    In the first parliament Edward summoned nobles and churchmen for the election of two repsentatives form each county and two from each city or town to attend. They were all called to listern to King's plan for the new tax.
  • Aug 10, 1291

    Crusades Ends

    The crusaders city of Acre fell and the era of Latin Crusaders Kingdom ended.
  • Aug 11, 1337

    100 Years War Started

    Hundred years' war named given to protracted conflict between France and England from 1337 to 1453.
  • Aug 11, 1347

    Black Death Breaks Out in Europe

    The Plague again reaches Constantinople. This events killed one-third of Europe's population.
  • Aug 13, 1381

    WatTyler Leads a Revolt of English peasants to Win More Freedom form Landowners

    The Peasants' Revolt or Great Rising was the number one most popular revolts in a late medieval Europe and its a major event in the history of England.
  • Aug 14, 1429

    Joan of Arc Drives Out the English from Orleans

    Joan Arc is the most famous heroine in European history, She motivated her Englsh skill to promote to another country so a lots people will understand English.She claimed to be the guidance by vision of Saints, She's really a boon to her country a lot for fought for her king and her whole country.
  • Aug 28, 1444

    German inventor Johannes Gutenberg invents the printing press.

    Gutenberg lived in Strasbourg. Gutenberg is said to have perfected and unveiled the secret of printing based on his research, mysteriously entitled Kunst und Aventur (art and enterprise).
  • Aug 15, 1453

    100 Years War Ends

    So far this is the end of the 100 years war as England concerned though a formal treaty to end the war between England and France was only signed in 1475.
  • Aug 15, 1485

    Henry Tudor(Henry VII) is Crowned King of England

    Henry Tudor becaming the King defeating Richard lll at the Battle of Bosworth in august 1485. Henry Vll was the first Tudor King and reigned for 24 years until 150. Henry likes to listened to music, gambling and building palaces.