North East History Timeline

Timeline

Our 'clickable' timeline covers the history of North East England over 12,000 years.

The prehistory of the first 10,000 years is shown by the timeline on the left of the image, while the timeline on the right links to the recorded events of the last 2,000 years.

Colours represent different eras of time, broken into smaller year by year sections covering themed periods, such as the 'Wars of the Roses'. These sections will also include other notable local events from that time.

Timeline
Prehistory Prehistoric eras Iron Age Roman Conquest Hadrian's Wall 122-180 Roman 3rd century End of Roman rule Bernicia and Deira to 593 Æthelfrith and Edwin King Oswald St Cuthbert Age of Bede Northumbria Downfall Jorvik Irish Norse 900A Eric Bloodaxe Dunholm 1031-1066 Norman North Prince Bishops Part of Scotland Bishop Pudsey King John and Henry III Bruce and Balliol Hotspur Percy Wars of the Roses Tudor North East Civil War Cromwell to Queen Anne Georgian North East Locomotive Age New towns Age of Iron Electric light, leisure and football 1901-1919 1920-1937 World War Two 1950s and 60s 1970s and 80s 1990s 21st Century Roman era Northumbria Norman and Medieval Tudor and Stuart Georgian and Victorian Modern time 21st Century

Prehistory

Prehistoric eras

Iron Age

Roman Conquest

Hadrian's Wall 122-180

Roman 3rd century

End of Roman rule

Bernicia and Deira to 593

Æthelfrith and Edwin

King Oswald

St Cuthbert

Age of Bede

Northumbria Downfall

Jorvik

Irish Norse 900A

Eric Bloodaxe

Dunholm

1031-1066

Norman North

Prince Bishops

Part of Scotland

Bishop Pudsey

King John and Henry III

Bruce and Balliol

Hotspur Percy

Wars of the Roses

Tudor North East

Civil War

Cromwell to Queen Anne

Georgian North East

Locomotive Age

New towns

Age of Iron

Electric light, leisure and football

1901-1919

1920-1937

World War Two

1950s and 60s

1970s and 80s

1990s

21st Century

Roman era

Northumbria

Norman and Medieval

Tudor and Stuart

Georgian and Victorian

Modern time

21st Century

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