STAGES OF DE MIDDLE AGES

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  • Period:
    476
    to
    1453

    The fall of the roman empire

    The fall of the Western Roman Empire is the process of decay that led to the fragmentation of the Western Roman Empire in 476. By the fourth century, Rome continued to dominate an extensive empire, which had axis the Mediterranean Sea.
  • Period:
    500
    to
    600

    East runalization

  • Period:
    600
    to
    700

    Creation of the islamic empire

    The expansion of Islam is the military conquest of the Arab or Muslim civilization, which led to the fall of the Sassanid Empire, North Africa, the Iberian Peninsula, and parts of the Eastern Roman Empire.
  • Period:
    700
    to
    800

    The power of the church

    The Church in the Middle Ages was a very powerful institution as it was a deeply religious age. That is why the Catholic Church had a great influence on society and, although there were other beliefs, in the eleventh century Europe was largely Christian.
  • Period:
    900
    to
    1100

    feudalisme

    Feudalism was the political, legal, economic and social system carried out during the Middle Ages in Europe, with the aim of protecting the population at that time
  • Period:
    900
    to
    1100

    Creation of the castles

  • Period:
    900
    to
    1100

    Romanesque art

    Romanesque art developed in Western Europe from the eleventh to the thirteenth century, after the Carolingian Empire decomposed.
  • Period:
    1100
    to
    1200

    Gothic art

    Gothic art is an architectural and decorative style that was prevalent in Europe between the mid-twelfth and early fifteenth centuries, with the implantation of a new period called the Renaissance
  • Period:
    1200
    to
    1300

    Growth of the city

  • Period:
    1400
    to
    1500

    The black PLAGUE

    The Black Death, also known as the Black Death, was a plague pandemic that devastated Europe and Asia in the mid-14th century, killing about a third of the European population, after a time of splendor.