July 10, 2020
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Europe Middle Ages Timeline
⟶ Updated 3 Dec 2017 ⟶
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500 A.D. Birth of the Middle Ages (Photo credit: www.tes.com)
732 A.D. Charles the Hammer defeated Moorish invaders that ended their expansion into Europe. (Photo credit www.artstation.com)
835 A.D. Vikings invade from Denmark, Norway and Sweden and tried to control Norther Europe. (Photo credit: www.open-your-innovation.com)
843 A.D. Treaty of Verdun was the first treaty to divide the Carolingian Empire into kingdoms. (Photo credit: www.blinklearning.com)
1088 A.D. Bologna 1st University established in Italy.
1095 A.D. Crusades - The Christians were called on by the Pope to recapture land from the Muslims. (Photo credit www.history.com)
1100 A.D. Improvements of Structures (Photo credit: www.exploringcastles.com)
1215 A.D. Magna Carta signed by John of England declaring people are not above the law. (www.brittanica.com)
1247 A.D. Marco Polo leaves on journey to discover Asia. (Photo credit: www.steemit.com)
1268 A.D. Roger Bacon was the first to make eyeglasses. (Photo credit: www.wikipedia.org)
1347 A.D. Bubonic Plague killed 1/4 of the people. wikipedia.org
1381 A.D. Peasant's Revolt occurred because government was raising taxes. (Photo credit: www.wikipedia.org)
1382 A.D. Translation of the Bible by John Wycliffe into English.
1431 A.D. Joan of Arc executed.
1444 A.D. Printing Press introduced to Europe by Johannes Gutenberg. (Photo credit: www.wikipedia.org)
1470 A.D. Leonardo DaVinci started his work as an artist. wikipedia.org
1492 A.D. Christopher Columbus discovers a new world on an exploration trip. wikipedia.org
500 A.D. - 700 A.D. The Dark Ages are times of intellectual darkness.
1315 A.D. - 1317 A.D. Great Famine because Europe's population grew so fast that the farmers couldn't keep up. Photo credit: (www.alcstudies.org)
1337 A.D. - 1453 A.D. 100 Years War between France and England over power in Europe. (Photo credit: www.wikipedia.org)
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