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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Ragnar Lothbrok d. 865

 

Ragnar Lothbrok

Father – Sigurd Hring of Sweden
Mother – unknown
Spouse – Lagertha, Thora Borgarhjortr, Aslaug Sigurdsdottir
Children – Fridleif by Lagertha; Erikr and Agnar by Thora; Ivar, Bjorn, Sigurd, Ubba, Halfdan by Aslaug

Note: Ragnar Lothbrok is featured in many of the Norse sagas and is also mentioned in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicles. It is unclear from these sources whether he was a real person or a legendary figure. His sons however, are real Vikings.

 

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King Richard II of England 1367 – 1400

 

Richard II

Father – Edward the Black Prince
Mother – Joan of Kent
Spouse – Anne of Bohemia, Isabella of Valois
Children – No children
King of England – 1377 – 1399
Predecessor – Edward III
Successor – Henry IV

 

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Richard Cromwell 1626 – 1712

 

Richard Cromwell

 

Father – Oliver Cromwell
Mother – Elizabeth Bourchier
Spouse – Dorothy Maijor
Children – Elizabeth, Anne, Mary, Oliver, Dorothy, Anna, Dorothy, Edith
Lord Protector of England and Scotland – 1658 – 1660
Predecessor – Interregnum – Oliver Cromwell Lord Protector
Successor – Charles II

 

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European Migrant Crisis 2011 – Present Day

European Migrant CrisisThis timeline details the main events in the European Migrant Crisis, sometimes called Refugee Crisis from 2011 to present day.

The Migrant Crisis began following the Arab Spring and the outbreak of civil war in Syria when thousands of people left their homes to escape the war. As conditions worsened people began to try to reach Europe in the hope of claiming asylum and seeking a better life. People smugglers soon took advantage taking large sums of money for a seat on overcrowded boats and dinghies sailing from Turkey to Greece. People smugglers also began trafficking people on overcrowded boats and dinghies from Libya to Italy.

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