Towns and cities crowded the Mississippi River and its tributaries.
Gunpowder was invented in china around 800ad and leaked out at 1200 ad to europe
Charlemagne was crowned "new" Roman emperor in AD 800.
2011-800= 1211 :)
Charlemagne was crowned Emperor of the Romans on December 25, 800 AD, in Rome. Today we call he empire the Carolingian Empire to distinguish it from the ancient Roman Empire, the Medieval Roman Empire (Byzantine Empire), and the Holy Roman Empire.
The Carolingian Renaissance did not have fixed obvious dates for its beginning or end, but happened from about 775 or 800 to about 900 AD.
Do not trust me completely on this, because it is only an educated guess, but on December 25, 800, Charlemagne was crowned "Emperor of the Romans" by the pope. That's simply the only thing I know that happened in 800 and I vaguely remember reading that it happened on Christmas day. But I don't think that Christmas was in December then. It was on January 6.
any year after AD 800 and before AD 901
Western Europe was not a single kingdom during 800 AD. Most of Western Europe was united under King Charlemagne of the Carolingian Empire in 800 AD. However, upon his death, the empire crumbled.
The year 800, as with any year between 701 and 800, fell in the eighth century.
AD 800 and 1300
It was introduced around 800 AD.
Charlemagne was crowned Holy Roman Emperor in 800 ce
Karl der GroBe (743 - 814 AD)
Alaric I sacked Rome in 410. This was the second time this happened. The previous sack (by the Gauls) occurred in 390 BC, eight hundred years earlier.
Only the United States possesses the "800" toll-free area code.
Ireland from 400 AD to 800 AD was essentially run by the clans. While the British did have a presence up north, most of Ireland remained nomadic in nature. The clans would often fight each for supremacy over a certain piece of land or region.