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732

The Battle of Tours
Initiated by Charles "The Hammer" Martel
got rid of the Moors

800

Crowning of Charlemagne
this gave ultimate power to the Pope

1090

Pope Gregory Dictatus
statements of the power of the Pope
*power of interpretation
*papal infallibility > the pope can never be wrong

1453

fall of Constantinople
ended the Byzantine Empire
*gave rise to Islam

1337-1453

The Hundred Years War

1409

Council of Pisa elected the 3rd Pope

1414-1418

Council of Constance

1356

The Golden Bull

1455

invention of the printing press

1415

the Battle of Agincourt

1492

voyage of Columbus

1494

Treaty of Tordesillas

1498

Da Gama rounds the Cape of Good Hope

1519

Magellen's voyage

1559

Treaty of Cateau-Cambresis

1527

sack of Rome

1534

Supremacy Act
made King Henry VIII the ultimate ruler in England

1530

Confession of Augsburg
defined the differences between Lutheranism and Catholicism

1536

Pilgrimage of Grace

1555

Peace of Augsburg
toleration of Lutheranism and Catholicism in the Germanic States

1556

abdication of Charles V

1558

Elizabeth I takes the throne of England

1588

Defeat of the Spanish Armada

1571

Battle of Lepanto

1572

Ridolfi Plot

1598

Edict of Nantes

1521

Diet at Worms

1517

95 Theses

1525

12 Articles written by the German Peasants

1603

James I takes the throne of England and starts the Stuart Line of Kings

1615

French Parlement dissolves

1618

Defenestration of Prague

1648

peace of Westphalia

1688

Glorious Revolution

1707

Act of Union (Scotland and England creating Great Britain)

1625

Charles I takes throne in England

1637

Bishop's war with Scotland

1640

Short Parliament

1640-1660

Long Parliament

1642-1646

English Civil War (1st phase)

1648-1649

English Civil War (2nd phase)

1653

Protectorate created by Cromwell

1658

Death of Cromwell, Richard takes over

1660

Restoration

1215

Magna Carta

1309-1376

Babylonian captivity

1787

Assembly of Notables

1789

beginning of the French Revolution

1793

Louis XVI is beheaded

1795

the Directory is formed

1799

Napoleon becomes First Council

1801

Concordat

1805

Battle of Trafalgar

1814

abdication of Napoleon

1815

Battle of Waterloo

1819

Carlsbad Decrees

1824

Louis XVIII dies

1830

July Monarchy

1832

Reform Bill

1833

Factory Act

1847

Ten Hours Act

1848

Communist Manifesto/Revolutions

1853

Hausemann rebuilds Paris

1871

Unification of Germany

1890

Bismarck is deposed

1905

Russian Duma created, Battle of Tsushima

1914

Great War (WWI) begins

1915

Sinking of the Lusitania

1917

U.s enters war- German unrestricted submarine warfare resumed, promoting US involvement

1918

armistice of WWI

1923

German Recession

1919

Treaty of Versailles signed

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