DC1.1 Dates Timeline

Event

Fire of Rome under Nero, 64

64 AD

Climax of Jewish war with Fall of Jerusalem, 70

70 AD

Muratorian Fragment, c. 190

190

Decian persecution, 250–251

250 - 251

Great Persecution began under Diocletian, 303

303

Battle of Milvian Bridge, Constantine Emperor, 28th October 312

October 28, 312

Edict of Milan ends persecution, 313

313

Eusebius’s Ecclesiastical History, c. 324–325

324 - 325

Athanasius’s 39th Festal Letter (canon), 367

367

Edict of Thessalonica from Theodosius (Christianity official religion), 380

380

Fall of Rome to Vandals, 455

455

End of Western Empire, 476

476

Iconoclast controversy, 726–843

726 - 843

Coronation of Charlemagne, Christmas Day 800

December 25, 800

Benedictine Cluny founded, 909

909

Otto I crowned Emperor (Holy Romano-Germanic Empire), 962

962

Mutual excommunication of Cardinal Humbert & Patriarch Michael Cerularius, 1054

1054

Mutual excommunication of Cardinal Humbert and Patriarch Michael Cerularius (of Constantinople), 1054

Person

Justin Martyr, c. 100–165

100 - 165

Irenaeus, c. 130–c. 200

130 - 200

Marcion, d. c. 160

160

Tertullian, c. 160–c. 225

160 - 225

Origen, c. 185–c. 254

185 - 254

Athanasius of Alexandria, c. 296–373

296 - 373

Apollinarius, c. 310–c. 390

310 - 390

Cappadocians: Gregory Nazianzen, Basil of Caesarea, Gregory of Nyssa, c.330–400

330 - 400

The Cappadocians: Gregory Nazianzen, Basil of Caesarea (the Great), Gregory of Nyssa (brother of Basil), c. 330–400

Arius of Alexandria, d. 336

336

Augustine of Hippo, 354–430

354 - 430

Cyril of Alexandria, c. 376–444

376 - 444

Nestorius, c. 386–c. 451

386 - 451

Benedict, c. 480–550

480 - 550

Cathars, C11th–13th

1000 - 1200

Anselm of Canterbury, c. 1033–1109

1033 - 1109

Council

Council of Nicaea (N), 325

325

Council of Rome (condemnation of Apollinarius), 377

377

Council of Constantinople (C), 381

381

Council of Hippo (canon), 393

393

Council of Chalcedon, 451

451

Regional council at Toledo adds Filioque, 589

589

Seventh Ecumenical Council (= Second Council of Nicaea) (iconodule), 787

787

Emperor

Constantius II Emperor (Arian), 337–361

337 - 361

Julian the Apostate, 361–363

361 - 363

Justinian I Emperor, 527–565

527 - 565

Charlemagne, 742–814

742 - 814

Era

Early Middle Ages, 500–1054

500 - 1054

High Middle Ages, 1054–1300

1054 - 1300

Islam

Mohammed, c. 570–632

570 - 632

Islamic conquests from Syria to North Africa, C7th

600 - 699

Spain falls to Arab and Berber Muslims, 711

711

Charles Martel stops Muslim invasion at Poitiers, 732

732