2nd millennium

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August 13, 2022

The second millennium is the period from January 1, 1001 AD to December 31, 2000 AD. According to the chronology that begins with the conventional date of the birth of Jesus Christ, the second millennium began on January 1, 1001 according to the Julian calendar and ended on December 31, 2000 according to the Gregorian calendar.

Periods

1000—1050: Early Middle Ages 1050—1300: High Middle Ages 1300—1500: Late Middle Ages 1500-1700: Early modern period 1700—1914: New times 1914 to the Present: Recent History All dates are approximate and may change depending on research and focus on certain events.

Events

1066 - Norman conquest of England 1420-1580 — Renaissance 1453 - Fall of Constantinople 1492 - Discovery of America 1517-1648 — Reformation 1640-1649 — Civil War in England 1775-1783 — War for American Independence 1789-1799 — Great French Revolution 1914-1918 — World War I 1939-1945 — World War II 1961 — The first man visited space 1969 - The first man stepped on the surface of the moon1038-1307 - Turkey: Seljuks See also Anno Domini (Since Christmas) Chronology

Sources

Millennium — an academic spelling dictionary of the Ukrainian language [Archived November 5, 2016 at the Wayback Machine.]