Jesus 180 AD

Timeline created by grile8
  • Period:
    -27 BCE
    to
    180

    Pax Romana

  • 33

    Ressurection

  • 33

    The Pentecoast

  • 33

    St. Stephen is martyred

  • 33

    The Apostles spread the Gospel

  • 33

    The Convention of St.Paul

  • 42

    St Jhon the Apostles travels to Epheus with the Blessed Virgin Mary

    In the gospel Jhon 19:25-27 tells how from the cross, Jesus changes St.Jhon with the care of his mother.
  • 44

    Saint James the Apostle is martyred; his body is secretly buried in Spain

    Christians stole his body and brought it in a boat to Spain, to a place that would become known as Santiago de Compostela.
  • 46

    St Paul begins missionary to Galatia,Greece,Syria, and other places

  • 49

    Council of Jerusalem

    This council tells you that the New Covenant in Christ means that Christians.
  • 64

    Persecution of Christians begins under Roman emperor Nero

  • 70

    Romans burn the Jewish Temple in Jerusalem

  • 99

    All the writings that will become part of the new Testament have been written by this date

  • 250

    Persecution under Roman emperor Decius

    Decius required all to worship the gods of the state, or to be tortured and killed.
  • 251

    Council of Carthage

    The council allowed people who lapsed in their faith during the persecution to be brought back into the church after a period of penance.
  • 303

    Persecution under Roman Emperor Dolectian

    Diocletian ordered the destruction of all Christian churches, imprisonment for bishops and priests, and execution of all who refused to patriciate in the public worship of pagan gods.
  • 313

    Emperor Constantine issues the Edict of Milan

    This edict granted religious toleration to Christians and unleashed the spread of Christianity.
  • 330

    Council of Nicea

    The council, called by Emperor Constantine, set forth the Nicene Creed and affirmed that Jesus and the Father are Constantinople(present-day Istanbul, Turkey)
  • 330

    Emperor Constantine divides the Roman Empire into East and West

    The West was centered in Constantinople(present-day Istanbul, Turkey.
  • 330

    Construction of the first St. Peters Basilica in Rome

  • 354

    Birth of St.Augstine

  • 382

    Pope Damasus asks St. Jerome to translate the Gospels into Latin

  • 397

    The Councils of Hippo and Cartage determine which books will become part of the new Testament

  • 405

    St Jerome complete his translation of the Old Testament

  • 410

    Visigoths destroy the city of Rome

  • 410

    St. Augustine begins writing The City of God.

  • 431

    Council of Ephesus

    This council condemned a heresy that said that Jesus was two persons in one body, and the council declared that the Virgin Mary is truly the Mother of God.(Theotokos)
  • 432

    St. Patrick sets out to spread the Gospel in Ireland

  • 451

    Council of Chalcedon

    The council affirmed that Christ is fully human and fully divine.(the hypostatic union)
  • 476

    The Western Roman Empire collapses

  • 480

    Birth of St. Benedict

  • 496

    Clovis, The King of the Franks, converts to Catholicism

  • Period:
    500
    to
    1000

    AD 500-1000

  • 507

    Clovis army drives Visigoths out of France

  • 527

    Justinian I becomes emperor of the Eastern Roman Empire

  • 529

    St. Benedict founds the first monastery

  • 537

    Construction of Hagia Sophia (current structure) begins in Constantinople

  • 590

    St. Gregory the Great becomes pope

  • 596

    Pope St. Gregory the Great sends St. Augustine of Canterbury to England to evangelize the Anglo-Saxons.

  • 597

    St. Augustine baptizes the King of Kent

  • 632

    Death of Mohammad

    Mohammad, whom Muslims call the Prophet Mohammad, is the founder of Islam. By the time of his death, all of Arabia is Muslim.
  • 637

    Muslims attack Constantinople

  • 638

    Muslims capture Jerusalem

  • 698

    Muslims take Carthage

    End of Eastern Roman rule in North Africa
  • 711

    Muslims invade and occupy Spain

  • 716

    St. Boniface leaves England to evangelize Germania

  • 732

    France halts Muslim invasion

  • 754

    With St. Boniface’s help, the pope allies with the kings of the Franks

  • 793

    Vikings attack England

  • 800

    Charlemagne is crowned Holy Roman Emperor by Pope Leo III

    Eastern Christians in Constantinople did not approve of Charlemagne's coronation, and the new title bestowed by the pope caused further division between East and West.
  • 800

    Gunpowder invented

  • 885

    Vikings attack Paris

  • 997

    Muslims occupy Santiago de Compostable in Spain, burial place of St. James the Apostle