The History of Medieval Europe

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CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE
461-431 B.C.Age of Pericles
451-449 B.C.Twelve Tables of Roman Law
336-323 B.C.Reign of Alexander the Great
31 B.C.-14 A.D.Reign of Augustus Cæsar and foundation of the Roman
Empire
A.D. 70Destruction of Jerusalem
98Germania of Tacitus
98-117Reign of Trajan; Roman Empire at its greatest extent
161-180Reign of Marcus Aurelius; signs of decline
227Persian Kingdom replaces the Parthian
251Decius defeated and slain by the Goths
284-305Reign of Diocletian
325Council of Nicæa called by Constantine the Great
378Battle of Adrianople
395Death of Theodosius the Great
410Sack of Rome by Alaric
413-426The City of God of Augustine
419Kingdoms of West Goths and Burgundians in southwestern
and southeastern Gaul
438The Theodosian Code
439 Carthage captured by the Vandals
440-461 Pope Leo the Great
c. 450 Britain invaded by the Angles, Saxons, and Jutes
451Battle of the Catalaunian Fields or Chalons
455 Valentinian III assassinated
Rome sacked by the Vandals
466-484Reign of Euric, King of the West Goths; conquest of Spain
begun
476Transition from the Roman to the Byzantine Empire
481-511Reign of Clovis, King of the Franks
493-526Reign of Theodoric, the Fast Goth, in Italy
518-565Reigns of Justin and Justinian
529The Rule of St. Benedict
533The Digest or Pandects of Justinian
534Byzantine conquest of North Africa from the Vandals
Frankish conquest of the Burgundian Kingdom
555Byzantine conquest of Italy from the East Goths
565Mission of St. Columba to Iona, Scotland
568Lombards invade Italy
Avars invade central Europe
582Fall of Sirmium
590-604 Pope Gregory the Great

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