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MEDIEVAL TIMELINE

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Medieval Timeline
By: Jacquelyn Nguyen
800 AD
King of Franks, Charlemagne, was crowned Holy Roman Emperor by the pope. He established schools in all bishoprics and monasteries in his control.
835 AD
Vikings started to invade Northern Europe from Denmark, Norway and Sweden.
896 AD
King of England, Alfred the Great, turned back the Viking Invaders.
871 AD
Alfred the Great became king of England. He founded schools and promoted Anglo-Saxon literacy.
899 AD
Alfred the Great Passed away. His innovations were continued by his successors.
991 AD
Battle of Maldon took place at River Blackwater in Essex. Earl Byrhtnoth led the English against a viking invasion (Anglo-Saxons).
1016 AD
Knut became King of England
1066 AD
A French Duke, William of Normandy, conquered England in the Battle of Hastings. William of Normandy became King of England.
1096 AD
Start of the First Crusade. The Crusades were wars, attempts to re-capture Jerusalem. There were several Crusades over a couple of centuries.
1189 AD
Richard the Lionheart, became King of England.
1215 AD
King John of England signed the Magna Carta. It was a document gave the people some rights and said the king was not above the law. He was forced to sign it.
1271 AD
Marco Polo leaves on his famous journey to explore Asia. He was a Italian merchant traveler. the ninth crusade was also led by prince Edward.
1337 AD
1347 AD
The Black Death began in Europe. MORE INFO...................................................................
1431 AD
Joan of Arc is burned at the stake at the age of 19. She led the French army in the Hundred Years War.
1444 AD
Johannes Gutenberg, a German inventor, invented the printing press. Around the start of the Renaissance
1482 AD
Leonardo Da Vinci painted "The Last Supper"
814 AD
Death of King Charlemagne.
1099 AD
Jerusalem fell to First Crusade.
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For control of the French throne, the Hundred Years War began between England and France.
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muslim conquest of Sicily.
1054 AD
The Great Schism, was the split between the Eastern and Western christian churches.
1077 AD
Bayeux Tapestry is embroidery and it's scenes of the battle of Hastings.
1114 AD
Second Crusade was led by the Holy Roman Emperor Conrad III and by king Louis VII of France.
1187 AD
Third crusade. Richard the I made a truce with Saladin. The third crusade ended in 1204.
1202 AD
The forth crusade, was led by Fulk of Neuil advanced on Constantinople.
1217 AD
Fifth crusade.
1228 AD
Sixth crusade led by Fredrick the II
1248 AD
Seventh crusade.
1270 AD
Eighth crusade led by Louis IX.
1381 AD
Peasants Revolt. Peasants who survived the black death thought they were special, like god protected them. They used this as a opportunity to raise their status.
1453 AD
The signal of the end of the Roman Empire was when the city of Constantinople was captured by Ottoman Empire.
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