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Archers of Ravenwood / Timeline

Events in History

Leaders of Europe prior to 1422:
[England] King Henry V
[France] King Charles VI
[Scotland] James I
[Ireland]
[The Church]Pope Martin V

1422
[England]King Henry V died of dysentery. His brother, Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester, will look after his young son Henry VI.
[France]King Charles VI died. His son was disinherited by the Treaty of Troyes in 1420, making Henry VI the rightful heir to the King of France.

1423
English defeat the French at Cravant
[Scotland] James I is freed from English prison

1424
The English defeat the French at Verneuil

1428
Oct – The Duke of Bedford leading an English army surround the French town of Orleans and the seige begins.

1429
Feb – [France]Joan of Arc visits Charles VII and is granted an audience
Apr – Charles gives Joan a small army and she sets of to free Orleans from the English.
Apr 29 – Joan reached Orleans and managed to enter the town. There she raised the morale of the citizens trapped by the English siege.
May 8 – The English moved out of Orleans, the seige is lifted.
Jun 18 – The Battle of Patay. The French defeat the English.
Jul 17 – [France]Charles VII is crowned in the Cathedral at Rheims and becomes King of France.
Nov 6 – [England] Henry VI crowned as King of England at Westminster Abbey

1430
Joan of Arc is captured and sold to the English.
Mad Marjorie cast iron gun developed

1431
Joan of Arc is tried and burned at the stake.
[The Church]Pope Eugene IV
Dec – [England]Henry VI Crowned King of France at the Cathedral of Notre Dame of Paris.

1433
Sigismund becomes Holy Roman Emperor and adopts symbol of the double eagle

1434
Portugal imports its first African slaves
Vladislav III becomes King of Poland
Cosimo de’ Medici rules Florence
[The Church]Pope Eugene IV flees to Florence
Florence Cathedral completed

1436
[England]Richard, Duke of York, is appointed lieutenant-general in France.
English troops leave Paris
Scottish victory over English forces near Berwick
Emperor Sigismund becomes ruler of Bohemia

1437
Mar 25 [Scotland] James II becomes King of the Scots after the death of his father James I.

1438
Hapsburgs begin to rule the Holy Roman Empire
begining of nine year truce between England and Scotland

1439
Council of Florence tries to unite Eastern Orthodox and Western Catholic churches

1440
[England]Henry VI founds the Eton School.

1444
Battle of Varna: Turks kill Vladislav III (Poland and Hungary)

1445
Africa’s Cape of Good Hope is rounded by the Portuguese explorer Bartolomeo Dias.
[France] Charles VII creates his country’s first permanent army.
[England] Henry VI Marries Margaret d’Anjou

1446
[Ireland] Blarney Castle is completed.

1448
Fearing for his life, Vlad Dracul, prince of Walachia, leaves for Moldavia and Transylvania under threat of invasion by the Ottoman Turks.
Gutenberg demonstrates movable type printing, later hailed as the greatest innovation of the second millenium

1450
[England] After an ill fated rebellion in London, the leader, Jack Cade, was drawn and quartered, and his head was displayed on a pole on London Bridge

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