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prehistory
1400 BC- 1800 BC
The Britons (The Celts)
600 BC-55 BC
Hadrian's Wall
122 AD
St. Augustine
597 AD
Decline of Roman empire
350 AD
Romans retreat from Britain
408 AD
Angles, Saxons, Jutes, Christian missionaries and Viking 'invasions'
408-1066 AD
King Arthur's death
537 AD
Christianity
597 AD
Angles, Saxons and Jutes
400 AD 600 AD
Synod of Whitby
664 AD
Viking Raids
800 AD
Danelaw
878 AD
Recapture of Danelaw
955 AD
United kingdoms of England and Denmark
1016 AD
The Normans and the Plantagenets
1066-1399 AD
William the Conqueror rule
1066 AD
Beckett's murder in Canterbury
1170 AD
Edward III and the Hundred Year's War
1337 AD-1453 AD
Abdication of Richard II and Henry IV
1399 AD
The rival houses of Lancaster and York
1399-1485 AD
The Wars of the Roses
1455-1485
Henry Tudor accession
1485
Elizabeth I accession
1558
Defeat of Spanish Armada
1588
Death of Elizabeth I
1603
Plot of Guy Fawkes to kill James I
1605
Puritan's leave to America
1620
Civil war between Royalists and Parlimentarians
1642
Collapse of the Commonwealth
1660
Old English period
600-1066
Beda Venerabilis
673-735
Church History of The English People
731
Caedmon's Hymn of Creation
about 7th C
Beowulf
about 8th C
King Alfred
849-899
King Alfred stopping viking pregression to the south
878 AD
Starting point of the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle
890
Peterborough Chronicle
1154
Middle English Period
1066-1485
Geoffrey of Monmouth
1100-1155
French Aristocracy
1066-1250
Transition from French to English as the language of the aristocracy
1250-1350
Piers Plowman
1360's, 1370's 1380's
Geoffrey Chaucer
1343-1400
King James I, Kingis Quair
1423
John Wyclif
1324-1384
Sir Thomas Malory
1410-1471
King James I of Scotland
1394-1437
William Caxton
1421-1491
English renaissance
1485-1660
Early Tudor period
1485-1558
Elizabethan Age
1558-1603
Jacobean Age
1603-1625
Caroline Age
1625-1649
Commonwealth Period/Puritan Interregnum
1649-1660
Copernicus
1473-1543
Francis Bacon
1561-1626
Desiderius Erasmus
1466-1536
Martin Luther's protest
1517
John Calvin
1509-1564
King James Bible
1611
John Lyly
1554-1606
Sir Philip Sidney
1554-1586
Thomas Nashe
1567-1601