Timeline

A timeline is the presentation of a chronological sequence of events along a drawn line that enables a viewer to understand temporal relationships quickly.

Anglo-Saxon Clothing, 6-9th century CE

Anglo-Saxon England: Explore how the Anglo-Saxon era transformed England, from cultural fusion and linguistic evolution to the establishment of enduring legal systems.

A depiction of a bustling medieval town, showcasing Gothic architecture and the vibrancy of economic and cultural life during this period.

The 12th Century: A cultural rebirth began, laying Renaissance foundations with economic shifts, Gothic art emergence, and societal transformations.

The leaders of the Crusade on Greek ships crossing the Bosporus, a romantic painting from the 19th century

The First Crusade was the first of a series of religious wars initiated, supported and directed by the Latin Church in the medieval period.

Fresco of dancing Peucetian women from the Tomb of the Dancers in the Corso Cotugno necropolis of Ruvo di Puglia. End of the fifth century BC or mid-fourth century BC. Naples National Archaeological Museum

Italian Early Medieval timeline is a tapestry of historical events that spans from the fall of Rome to the emergence of vibrant city-states in the 11th century

Bayeux Tapestry

The 11th century in Europe witnessed power shifts, Byzantine decline, Norman conquests, and a schism in Christendom, shaping the High Middle Ages.

Bulgarians defeat the Byzantines at Anchialos

The 10th century saw significant developments in Europe, Asia, and the Middle East., together with Viking raids, Byzantine splendor, and the rise of Islam.

Excerpt from folio 48r of Harley MS 2278. The scene depicts brothers Hinguar and Hubba slaying Christians in the north of England.

A Look at the 9th Century AD reveals a time of great change and innovation in many parts of the world

Charles Martel at Battle of Tours, Great Chronicles of France

The 8th century: a time of transformative change that shaped the world, from the rise of Islam to the Viking Age.

A 19th century CE painting by Peter Nicolai Arbo (1831-1892 CE) depicting the Battle of Stamford Bridge on 25 September 1066 CE

England's Dark Ages marked a time of uncertainty, turmoil, and transformation. From the fall of the Roman Empire to the rise of the Norman Conquest.

Pages from a Qur'an in Hijazi

Islam's emergence in the 7th century AD brought about significant changes in the political, economic and social landscape of the time.

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