Timeline: Middle Ages
Clovis, founder of the Frankish state, conquers most of France and Belgium, converting his territories to Western Catholic Christianity.
Pope Gregory, originally a Benedictine, creates a religious policy for western Europe by fusing the Roman papacy with Benedictine monasticism.
Heraclius becomes Emperor in Constantinople as the Persian Empire is attempting the takeover of Byzantine civilization.
Note: All dates are Common Era. The following is a timeline of the major events
during the Middle Ages, a time period in human history mostly centered on ...
Kids learn about the events and timeline of the Middle Ages and Medieval times
in history. Articles for teachers, students, and schools including the feudal ...
The Middle Ages was the time after the fall of the Roman Empire up to the time of
the Renaissance. Also known as the Dark Ages, it was originally thought that ...
Jan 7, 2010 ... The Middle Ages (476-1453). 284. --begins reign of Roman emperor Diocletian (r
. 284-305); beginnings of the administrative division of the ...
Detailed Timeline of the Middle Ages, the Middle Ages is referred to the period of
European history which marks the fall of Western Roman Empire in the 5th ...
A timeline listing the important events during Early Middle Ages (475-1000)
A timeline listing the important events during High Middle Ages (1000-1200)
In this lesson, we will examine the period of time commonly referred to as the
Dark Ages. We will learn why this period is called the Dark Ages and discuss why
Timeline Middle Ages and Early Modern Period. + Expand All. 1300. Onset of the
Little Ice Age. Environmental upheavals linked to sever climate variability ...