The Western Roman Empire falls and the Middle Ages begin.
The Byzantine Empire rules in the East.
John the 5th becomes Pope.
An earthquake strikes Constantinople, causing damage to city walls and buildings.
Charlemagne is King of the Franks and becomes Holy Roman Emperor in 800 C.E.
Viking invasions begin.
Otto I the Great becomes king of Italy.
Johannes I Tzimisces crowned emperor of Byzantium.
The system of feudalism is established by William the Conqueror.
German Emperor Henry the Fourth crowned his son Koenraad.
Western European Christians organize the Crusades to regain Jerusalem.
The Magna Carta, which protects the rights of nobles, it's signed by King John.
King Edward I establishes the Model Parliament which is comprised of commoners, clergy, and Nobles.
England and France fight against each other in the Hundred Years War.
Europe experiences the Bubonic plague, which was most likely started in China.
The printing press was invented by Johannes Gutenberg.
The Renaissance, a cultural birth, which had begun in Italy, bring the Middle Ages to an end.