The main events, information and facts on the topic “Europe, Byzantium, the Arab World” in the tables

A country

Prominent figures


Byzantine Empire

1) Justinian and Theodora

2) Leo III Isaurus

3) The Macedonian dynasty

4) Vasily II The Bulgarian

5) the Comnen dynasty

6) the Paleologic dynasty

1) the code of Justinian

The uprising of “Nika”

Church of St. Sophia

2) iconoclasm

3) “Golden Age” of the empire;

The flowering of culture

4) the transformation of the empire into the most powerful state in Europe

5) 1204 – Capture of Constantinople by the Crusaders

6) 1453 – conquest of Constantinople by the Turks: the destruction of the empire

The Arab Caliphate

1) Mohammed

2) the Umayyad dynasty, the Abbasid


1) 610 – the birth of Islam

622 – “Hijrah” – the migration of Muhammad

2) the formation of the Arab Caliphate

The flourishing of science and culture: mathematics, astronomy, medicine, architecture, calligraphy, literature


1) the Vikings

2) Rollon

3) Leif Happy

4) Harald the Blue-tooth

5) Owl Skotkonung

6) Queen Margaret

1) the discovery of Greenland, Iceland

2) the formation of Normandy

3) the discovery of the islands of North America

4) education in Denmark

5) the unification of Sweden

6) The Kalmar Union


1) Capetanges

2) Louis IX the Saint

3) Philip IV the Beautiful

4) Joan of Arc

5) Louis XI

1) The Crusades

2) judicial, financial, military reforms

3) 1302 – convocation of the General States;

Elimination of the Order of the Knights Templar

4) the beginning of the

liberation of France from the English

5) the completion of the unification of the country


1) King Alfred the Great

2) William the Conqueror

3) Henry II Plantagenet

4) Richard the Lionheart

5) John II The Landless

6) Simon de Montfort

7) Wat Tyler

8) Lancasters and Yorkies

1) fighting against the Danes, carrying out military and monetary reforms

Education DENLO – Danish law areas

2) 1066 – conquest of England, “The Last Judgment Book”

3) judicial and military reforms, the assassination of Thomas Becket

4) participation in the crusades

5) 1215 – Magna Carta

6) 1265 – the formation of the English Parliament

7) 1381 – peasant uprising

8) 1455-1485 – The War of the Roses and Roses


1) Otto I the Great

2) Henry IV

3) Friedrich I Barbarossa

4) Charles IV

5) John Gutenberg

1) 962 – coronation;

Education of the German Empire

2) the struggle against the papacy, “going to Kanossa”

3) an attempt to subordinate his power to Italy, the struggle against the Lombard League, participation in the Third Crusade

4) 1356 – “The Golden Bull”

5) printing


1) Michele di Lando

2) Cosimo and Lorenzo de ‘Medici

3) Roger II

4) Cola di Rienzi

1) the uprising of chomp in Florence

2) the rise of Florence, the flowering of culture

3) the emergence of the Sicilian Kingdom

4) the uprising in Rome for the establishment of the Republic and the unification of Italian cities


1) Ferdinand and Isabella

2) Torquemada

1) “Catholic kings”,

1479 – formation of the united Spanish kingdom

1492 – the end of Reconquista

2) the Inquisition

Representational bodies of power






General States


Date of convocation



1217 cor. Castile


House of Lords ; House of Commons:


1. clergy

2. the nobility

3. Representatives of the Third Estate

The task

Approval of taxes

Adoption of laws

Approval of payments to the King’s needs

Periodicity of work

Works continuously

Assembled at the request of the king


Creating conditions for the formation of a limited monarchy

Did not limit the power of monarchs

Hundred Years’ War


Unresolved territorial issue


Claims of the English King Edward III on the French throne;

The beginning of the reign of the Valois dynasty.

Main events

Defeats of the French near Slice, Crecy, Poitiers;

1429 – the liberation of Orléans by Joan of Arc.


The victory of France


England’s refusal to claim French territory;

Weakening the authority of royal power, which led to the struggle for power – the war of the Roses and the Roses;

Strengthening of royal power in France;

Completion of the unification of the country under Louis XI.

Peasant uprisings in France and England in the XIV century.





The uprising led by Wat Tyler





The plight of the population caused by the Hundred Years’ War

Head of

Guillaume Cal is a peasant

Wat Tyler the artisan


Restriction of the growth of duties

Return to the equality of biblical times;

Provision of personal freedom;

The abolition of corvee




Termination of the growth of duties;

Creating conditions for personal freedom

Abolition of corvée;

Providing peasants with the opportunity to redeem themselves at will;

Establishing a clearly defined fee for land

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The main events, information and facts on the topic “Europe, Byzantium, the Arab World” in the tables