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History 107 – Final Review Timeline The Roman World Transformed (300-600) – Chapter 1 212 – Roman citizenship granted to all free inhabitants of the provinces 235-284 – Crisis of the Third Century 284-305 – Reign of Diocletian 306-337 – Reign of Constantine 313 – Edict of Milan 325 – Council of Nicaea 378 – Emperor Valens killed by Visigoths 391 – Emperor Theodosius declares Christianity the official religion of the Roman Empire 410 – Visigoths sack Rome 453 – Death of Attila 476 – Deposition of Romulus Augustulus 540 – Benedictine Rule written 527-565 – Reign of Emperor Justinian 590-604 – Pope Gregory the Great The Emergence of Sibling Cultures (600-750) – Chapter 2 570-632 – Life of Muhammad 587 – Visigothic king converts to Catholic Christianity 590 – Saint Columbanus arrives on the continent 590-604 – Pope Gregory the Great 597 – Augustine arrives at the court of King Ethelbert 607-630 – Sassanid-Byzantine wars 622 – Hijra; Muhammad’s migration from Mecca to Medina 624 – Battle of Badr 633 – Beginning of Islamic conquests outside of Arabia 661 – Death of Ali 661-750 – Umayyad caliphate 664 – Synod of Whitby 681 – Bulgars enter Byzantine territory 711-715 – Conquest of Spain by Islamic-led armies 726-787, 815-843 – Iconoclasm at Byzantium Creating New Identities (750-900) – Chapter 3 714-741 – Charles Martel Mayordomo in Francia 732 – Charles Martel’s victory over Muslim-led army at Poitiers 750 – Abbasid caliphate begins 751 – Deposition of last Merovingian king; Pippin III elevated to kingship and anointed 754 – Death of Boniface 756 – Donation of Pippin 756 – Emirate of Cordoba established
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762 – Baghdad begun 768-814 – Reign of Charlemagne (Charles the Great) 787 – Second Council of Nicaea; end of the first phase of iconoclasm 790-900 – Charlemagne Renaissance 790-1050 – Renaissance in Islamic world 800 – Charlemagne crowned emperor 814-840 – Reign of Louis the Pious 843 – End of iconoclasm in Byzantine Empire 847 – Treaty of Verdun 860 – Arab invasions of Byzantium end 863 – Missionary expedition of Constantine (Cyril) and Methodius begins 870-1025 – Macedonian Renaissance at Byzantium Political Communities Reordered (900-1050) – Chapter 4 790-950 – Invasions into Europe by Vikings, Muslims, and Hungarians 871-899 – Reign of King Alfred the Great of England 909 – Fatimids (in North Africa) establish themselves as caliphs 929 – Abd al-Rahman III (at Cordoba in al-Andalus) takes title of caliph 955 – Victory of Otto I over Hungarians at Lechfeld 962 – Otto I crowned emperor 980-1037 – Ibn Sina (Avicenna) 988 – Conversion of Vladimir, Rus Grand Prince, to Byzantine Christianity 989 – Beginning of “Peace and Truce of God” movement
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