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Medieval Life

Wonders of Old Medieval Timeline

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"From kings to kingdoms, artists to religious figures... learn about the dark ages as it spirals through time!"

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Wonders of Old: Medieval Timeline is a beautiful timeline reference app which will give you a unique perspective on the events of world history, including…

  • kingdoms
  • empires
  • rulers
  • battles
  • explorations
  • literature
  • architecture
  • and so much more!

It is a proven fact that timelines help cement historical facts for students and adults alike. Seeing the progression of time in the form of a timeline will allow your student to gain a better understanding of the flow of history. Maps are included so that students can see where events happened as well.

The truth is... many students may study the fall of Constantinople to the Ottoman Turks, the end of Hundred Years' War between France and Britain, and the printing of the first book, the Gutenberg Bible, never realizing that these three events all happened within the same year - 1453AD. These events may seem unrelated and yet the use of a timeline can unlock the mystery as to why all of these events occurred within the same year. A timeline will give you and/or your student a unique perspective of time. By seeing the events of history recorded in linear progression, you will make connections between those events in history that you might not otherwise make.

Wonders of Old is a 4-part app series, dividing the events of world history into four historical time periods: ancient, medieval, new world and modern. Wonders of Old: Medieval Timeline is the second app in this series.


  • Tap the timeline spiral
  • Swipe horizontally to move along the timeline
  • Tap on buttons to access descriptions of events in time

Demo Video: Medieval Life

Demo Video: Wonders of Old Medieval Timeline

Demo Video: Medieval Life

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