The Roman Empire was one of the greatest empires that lasted 500 years with a population of 50 million people. It's important because it inspired a lot of things that we still have around today.
Emperor Constantine allowed Christians to practice their religion freely. The importance of Christianity is to make this religion popular.
The Fall of the Roman Empire
In 330 CE Emperor Constantine moved the capital 850 miles to the city of Byzantine. The importance of this is, Emperor Constantine wanted to become a important person in Roman history. Also, Byzantine was safe, and was the center of the trading hub.
The Great Eastern Orthodox Church
532 CE - 537 CE
In the Byzantine Empire Christianity was way more than a religion, it was life. The importance of the Eastern Orthodox Church was that it inspired architecture and art in Byzantine.
The huge Riot
In 532 CE their was a huge riot in Byzantine between the blue and the greens. The importance of this was that Emperor Justinian fixed Byzantine, and made it better.
The Conflicts Between the East and West
In 730 CE their was many conflicts between the East and the West. The East continued with the original religion and became wealthy. The West tried to changed the religion, so they separated. This is important because it ended half of feudal Europe.
The Creation of the Magna Carta
In 1215 King John took advantage of many people, in result the people made a list of demands that they wanted King John to put his seal on. In conclusion King John agreed to the Magna Carta and the problem was gone. The importance of this event was to have fairness in the community.
100 Year War
1337 CE - 1453 CE
Between 1337 and 1453 their was a 116 year war between the English and France, to weaken feudalism. The importance of this was it collapsed feudalism.
The Occurrence of the Bubonic Plague
1347 CE - 1351 CE
In 1347 the Bubonic plague started, it was a disease that was killing nearly everyone. The importance of the Bubonic Plague was that it killed about 24 million people in Europe.
The effects of the Hundred Year War
The Hundred Year War was a war between France and England. One impact of the war is it ended feudalism, their was new weaponry and their was a shift in power.