The Roman Empire Was one of the greatest empires, lasting for 500 years with a population of 50 million people. its important because it inspierd alot of things we have today
Constantine issued a decree that allowed Christians to practice their religion freely. this impacted how we can pray freely without rights today
Constantine to a step that would change Rome forever. He moved farther away from Rome 850 to be accurate. The old Rome had just started to get less people.
532 CE - 537 CE
Hagia Sophia is a Orthodox church that was built between 532 CE and 537 CE. the design look like many orthodox churches in that time. Many churches today looks smaller that this one
The blues and the greens
The emperor and his wife were attending a chariot race. they were these teams called the blues and the greens. They had often fought in the past. Recently some of the people got arrested and the fight got so big it got on to the streets.
In 730 CE, Leo III banned religious images in churches and homes. Leo III banning these images lead to people making more Images present day
King Johns Magna Carta
Red Barons got angry at king john forcing him to sign the magna carta. the magna carta included something like less taxing or being free for something he didn't do. Today, people are still making rights for something that is unfair
The War Between France And England
1337 - 1453
It was a war against England and France over the land that France was controlling. the long conflict helped feudalism in France And England so that people can get what they want.
The black death
1347 - 1351
The bubonic plague happened by rats coming to Europe by boat. Killing 1/3 of the population. the bubonic plague finally stopped by the ocean stopping the fleas
Joan of Arc
Joan of Arc led the french army to victory in the battle of Orleans. the next year, the maid of Orleans was captured by the allies of England. England found out that a woman was in the army and burned Joan of arc