- First Phase, 1337-1364: English Ascendancy
- Second Phase, 1364-1380: French Revival
- Third Phase, 1380-1429: Renewed English Invasion.
- Fourth Phase, 1429-1453: French Victory.
The War of the Roses: 1455-85
The Tudor Period: 1485-1603
- 1485: The Battle of Bosworth Field: Henry Tudor becomes King Henry VII
- 1509-1547: The Reign of Henry VIIIEnglish Reformation Chronology
- 1529: Fall of Cardinal Wolsey
- 1529-1536: The Reformation Parliament
- 1534: Act of Supremacy
- 1536-1540: Dissolution of the monasteries
- 1540: Thomas Cromwell is executed.
- 1547-1553: The Reign of Edward VI
- 1549: The Book of Common Prayer is issued.
- 1558-1603: Reign of Elizabeth I
- 1563: The Thirty-Nine Articles
- 1587: Execution of Mary, Queen of Scots
- 1588: Defeat of the Spanish Armada
- 1600: Charter of the East India Company issued.
The Stuart Period: 1603-1715
- 1603-1625: The Reign of James I
- 1603: James VI of Scotland becomes James I of England
- 1604: Hampton Court Conference
- 1605: The Gunpowder Plot
- 1611: The Authorized (King James) Version of the Bible is published.
- 1625-1649: The Reign of Charles I
- 1628: The Petition of Rights
- 1629: Parliament is dissolved.
- 1640: The Short Parliament
- The Long Parliament convenes.
- 1641: The Great Remonstrance
- 1642-1660: The Puritan Revolution
- 1642: The Civil War begins.
- 1645: Charles I is defeated at Naseby.
- 1648: Pride's Purge.
- 1649: Charles I is executed.
- 1649-1660: The Puritan Commonwealth
- 1660-1685: The Reign of Charles II
- 1660: Charles II is restored to the thrown of England.
- 1670: Secret Treaty of Dover between France and England
- 1672: The Test Act is passed by Parliament
- 1678: "The Popish Plot"
- 1685-1689: The Reign of James I
- 1688: The Glorious Revolution
- 1689-1702: The Reign of William and Mary
- 1701: The Act of Settlement places the line of succession in the House of Hanover
- 1702-1715: The Reign of Queen Anne.