Kings of France 843 – 1870

 

This timeline details all Kings of France from 843 to 1848.

Kings of France

The Kingdom of France began in 843 when Charles II, Carolingian King of the Franks took control of West Francia.
There were only Kings in France because the country was subject to Salic law meaning that women could have no place in the succession.

See also: Presidents of France

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Pompey Magnus 106 BCE – 48 BCE

 

Pompey Magnus
Father – Gnaeus Pompeius Strabo
Mother – Not known
Spouse – Antistia, Aemilia, Mucia, Julia, Cornelia
Children – Gnaeus Pompeius, Pompeia Magna, Sextus Pompeius

Please note: we have chosen to use the new format BCE (before common era) rather than the old BC (before Christ)

 

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Julius Caesar 100 BCE – 44 BCE

 

Julius Caesar

Father – Gaius Julius Caesar
Mother – Aurelia Cotta
Spouse – Cornelia, Pompeia, Calpurnia
Children – Julia, Caesarion

Please note: we have chosen to use the new format BCE (before common era) rather than the old BC (before Christ)

 

 

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Roman Britain 55 BCE – 410 CE

Roman BritainThis timeline gives a chronological listing of the main events in Roman Britain 55B CE – 410 CE

Please note: we have chosen to use BCE (Before Common Era) rather than BC (Before Christ) and CE (Common Era) rather than AD (Anno Domini)

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Kings and Queens of England 827 – Present Day

 

Kings and Queens of England - Elizabeth IIThis timeline details all Kings and Queens of England from 827 to present day

Since 1327 England and Wales have shared the monarch

Since 1603 England, Wales and Scotland have shared a monarch 

England and Ireland shared a monarch from 1254 to 1936 when the Republic of Ireland broke from the monarchy, Northern Ireland, as part of the United Kingdom retained the monarchy.

See also Kings and Queens of Scotland 843 – Present Day

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King Aethelred the Unready of England 966 – 1016

 

Aethelred the Unready

Father – King Edgar
Mother – Aelfthryth
Spouse – Aelfgifu of York, Emma of Normandy 
Children – Aethelstan, Ecgbert, Edmund, Eadred, Eadwig, Edgar, Eadgyth, Aelfgifu, Wulfthryth, Edward, Alfred, Godgifu
King of England – 978 – 1013 
Predecessor – Edward the Martyr
Successor – Sweyn Forkbeard
King of England – 1014 – 1016 
Predecessor – Sweyn Forkbeard
Successor – Edmund II (Ironside)

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The Black Death 1346 – 1353

Black DeathThis timeline is a chronology of the spread of the Black Death that reached Europe in the mid 14th century killing around 50 million people – possibly as many as two thirds of the population.

It was originally thought that the disease was spread by black rats, but due to the rate of spread and the lack of evidence of large numbers of rat corpses (Bubonic plague kills rats), it is now thought that the bacillus that caused the disease was airborne; spread by the victims themselves.

See also: The Great Plague of London 1665 and Outbreaks of Plague 430 BCE to Present Day

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The Tudor Period 1485 – 1603

Tudor Rose

This timeline details the main events of the Tudor period from the Battle of Bosworth Field in 1485 to the accession of James I in 1603

See also: Tudor Executions 1485 – 1603

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King Philip II of Spain 1527 – 1598

 

Philip II of Spain

Father – Charles V Holy Roman Emperor
Mother – Isabella of Portugal
Spouses – Maria Manuela, Mary I of England, Elisabeth of Valois, Anna of Austria
Children – Don Carlos, Isabella, Catherine, Ferdinand, Carlos, Diego, Philip, Maria
Preceded by – Charles I
Succeeded by – Philip III

 

 

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The Spanish Armada Causes and Events 1534 – 1588

The Spanish Armada

 

This timeline details the main causes and events of the Spanish Armada 

Please note: the dates used in this timeline are those that were in use in England in 1588. In Spain the change from the Julian to the Gregorian calendar occurred in 1582, in England the change did not take place until 1752. The change in calendar meant that the following day jumped forward by 10 days and explains why some sources date the events of the Armada 10 days later than those used here.

 

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The Stuart Period 1603 – 1714

The Stuart Period 1603 - 1714

This timeline details the main events of the Stuart period from the accession of James I, VI of Scotland to the death of Queen Anne in 1714.

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