Timothy Huang "timeline1"

By THuang
  • Period: 476 to 568

    European History: Spread of Christianity, Plague, and Dark Ages.

  • Period: 476 to Jan 29, 1300

    European History 476 A.D. to 1300 A.D.

  • 481

    Clovis becomes emperor after his father had died.

    Clovis becomes emperor after his father had died.
  • 495

    Cerdic and cynric land somewhere on the south coast of Great Britian.

    Cerdic and cynric land somewhere on the south coast of Great Britian.
  • 523

    Justinian marries Theodora

  • 527

    Justinian becomes the Byzantine Emperor

  • 541

    Bubonic plague appears in Egypt and travels to Constantinople killing 230,000 people,

  • 550

    Charic, King of the Suevi converts to Catholic.

  • 568

    Lombards turn WEst and join the Bavarians, Sarmatians, Saxons, and Taifaili to invade the Italians.

  • 583

    Fire destroys Constantinople, in the same year a earthquake hits Constantinople

  • 596

    Pope Greory 1 send Augustine to convert the Anglo-Saxons to Christianity in England.

  • Jan 29, 613

    Muhhamad begins preaching Islam in Mecca.

  • Jan 29, 632

    Muhammad dies.

  • Jan 29, 641

    Persian EMpire sacks Jerusalem and burns the Holy sepulchre and also captures the True Cross.

  • Jan 29, 658

    Cadwaldar launches the last WElsh offensive against the Saxons in Britian.

  • Jan 29, 671

    Battle of Two Rivers: KIng Ecgfrith of Northumbria defeasts the Picts.

  • Jan 29, 674

    tHe first Arab siege of Constantinople begins.

  • Jan 29, 694

    The Hispano-Visigothsic king Egica accuses the HEws for aiding the Muslims.

  • Jan 29, 697

    Paolo Lucio Anadesto is elected the first Doge of Venice.

  • Jan 29, 707

    The Byzantine lose the Baleric Islands to the Moors.

  • Jan 29, 745

    Bubonic plague in Constantinople goes through the intire Empire.

  • Jan 29, 751

    Pepin the SHort is elected king of the Franks by the Frankish nobility ending the Merovingian and also beginning the Carolinigian dynasty.

  • Jan 29, 777

    Charlemagne defeats the Saxons and their leader Widukind flees to Denmark.

  • Jan 29, 785

    Windukin and many other Saxons are baptized.

  • Jan 29, 787

    The Second Council of Nicaea ends the first period in the Byzantine Empire.

  • Jan 29, 788

    Charlemagne congquers Bavaria.

  • Jan 29, 837

    The Egyptian Sacracens attack the city of Naples.

  • Jan 29, 841

    The Norse town of Dyflinn or Dublin is discovered in Ireland.

  • Feb 5, 860

    First seige by Rus on Constantinople.

  • Feb 5, 862

    Rurik gains control of Novgrod.

  • Feb 5, 882

    Oleg of Novgorod takesKiev and makes it his capital.

  • Feb 5, 885

    VIkings besiege Paris.

  • Feb 5, 907

    Ole leads the Kievan Rus' in a campaign against Constantinople.

  • Feb 5, 935

    Covodba the capital of Al-Andalus becomes the largest city in the world and taking the lead from Bahdad which is capital of ABbasid caliph Ar-Radi.

  • Jan 29, 939

    THe Moors lose Madrid to the KIngdom of Leon.

  • Jan 29, 944

    King Edumun 1 of England take Northumbria from the Vikings.

  • Jan 29, 962

    A Byzantine amry under Nikephoros Phokas captures and plunders Aleppo.

  • Jan 29, 964

    Nicephorus II begins a campaign to recapture Cilicia.

  • Jan 29, 999

    Christianity is adopted in Iceland.

  • Jan 29, 1010

    Beowulf is written and the writers is not known.

  • Feb 5, 1031

    The moorish Caliphate or Cordoba collapses.

  • Feb 5, 1037

    George Maniaces begins a capaign againxt the Arabs in Sicily.

  • Feb 5, 1055

    Seljuk Turks capture Baghdad

  • Jun 3, 1097

    THe NOrmans crusaders join the rest of the amry during the siege on NIcaea.

  • Feb 5, 1099

    Siege of Jerusalem during the First Crusade.

  • Feb 5, 1119

    Knights TEmplar Founded by Hugh de Payns.

  • Jun 5, 1148

    2nd Crusafe reaCOuncil of Acre attack Damascus.ches Jerusalem and the

  • Jul 5, 1148

    Siege of Damascus ends in failure.

  • Feb 5, 1150

    Earliest textual reference is made into Gypsies working as musicians and theives.

  • Feb 5, 1155

    Frederick I BArbarossa is crowned Holy Roman Emperor.

  • Feb 5, 1183

    Saladin COnquers Syria and becomes sultan.

  • Feb 5, 1203

    Fleet of 4th crusade eneters and captures Constantinople.

  • Feb 5, 1214

    Battle of Bouvines in France Philips II defeates John of England.

  • Feb 5, 1233

    The Inquisition is established.

  • Feb 5, 1248

    King Louis IX of France launches the 7th Crusade keading 20,000 men toward Egypt.

  • Feb 5, 1260

    Mongols lose to the Mamluks at the BAttle of Ain Jalut in PAlestine.

  • Feb 5, 1290

    King Edward I of ENgland issues all JEws to leave.

  • Feb 5, 1297

    BAttle of Stirling Bridge: Scottish armies of Andrew Moray and William WAllace defeat the ENglish.