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536 A.D: The Worst Year In History | Catastrophe | Timeline

A devastating volcanic eruption in A.D. 535 leads to the emergence of new nations and religions.

Written records from China, Italy, Palestine and many other countries suggest a huge catastrophe blighted the world in 536AD. But the cause of it has been uncertain.

Was it a comet? An asteroid? A volcano? Archaeologist David Keys reveals the latter is to blame for the Dark Ages of famine and plague that shaped the world order of today.

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Sapo Con Zapatos : 2020: "This is the worst year ever!"

536AD: "Hold my goblet!"
Wilton Bobble : The good news is everyone alive today had at least one ancestor who survived this year.
USCG BMCM Retired : My opinion: Man's ability to recreate historical events like this is just incredible! Thanks to those who brought about this documentary!
The Weather Hub : The eruption was actually at 540 AD. There were two massive sulfur spikes in the Arctic the one from 535 was massive but the one from 540 A.D. was even more massive. Also climatological evidence showed that the volcanic vent from five 3580 mostly affected northern latitudes while equatorial regions were largely not affected while the 540 sulfur spike was also found in the southern hemisphere at the south pole. The 535 eruption was likely a northern latitude volcano with a VEI of a six or seven, and very likely the volcano was in Alaska and the reason we cannot find it at the moment is that it is entirely submerged just like Kuwae, The more powerful irruption actually happened in 540 AD so only five years later. And because it was not one but two massive super volcanic eruption‘s that is why everything after 535AD was so extreme because before the northern hemisphere especially Europe could recover from the 535 volcanic eruption, Krakatoa erupted with a volume several larger than the 1815 eruption of Tambora and that eruption formed a 30 km wide caldera. Tambora had an eruption a volume of 150 km³ while the 540 A.D. eruption was closer to 300 km³.

Year 536 Was the Worst Year to Be Alive - What Happened?

Was the year 536 AD the worst ever? The 6th century boasted many exceptional events, people, and historical contributions. The exception, however, was one year that was particularly burdened with a level of tragedy and strife most historians say surpassed any other moment in history: 536 CE. This was the worst part of the Dark Ages.

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Maximilien Robespierre : Let's just appreciate the fact that we as a species survived through that.
lovely A : It's crazy to think that we all come from the people that survived that year.
Erin Sheridan : Can you imagine not having direct sunlight for a year and having no idea why, even wondering if the sun would shine the same ever again? Terrifying
MrFunkhauser : It's pretty amazing humans made it through an entire year of no direct sunlight
A lonely God : That poor narrator sounds like nothing ever surprises him anymore

How Krakatoa Caused The Worst Year In History | Catastrophe | Timeline

Researching a climatic catastrophe that rocked the Earth in A.D. 535, causing two years of darkness, famine, drought and disease.

Written records from China, Italy, Palestine and many other countries suggest a huge catastrophe blighted the world in 535AD. But the cause of it has been uncertain.

Was it a comet? An asteroid? A volcano? Archaeologist David Keys reveals the latter is to blame for the Dark Ages of famine and plague that shaped the world order of today.

It's like Netflix for history... Sign up to History Hit, the world's best history documentary service, at a huge discount using the code 'TIMELINE' ---ᐳ http://bit.ly/3a7ambu

You can find more from us on:

https://www.facebook.com/timelineWH

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Content licensed from Digital Rights Group (DRG).

Produced by 3BM Television Limited.

Any queries, please contact us at: owned-enquiries@littledotstudios.com
Orange Juice : This documentary is really clearly brought together. Demonstrates the evidence in primary sources, then demonstrates what is missing in those sources to help bring a conclusion. Dendrochronology is a science on a whole different level that seems to have been missed by popular culture. Big thumbs up.
Brenda Matthews : I remember watching a series on this research back in 1999 and then in 2001 on SBS. I was so fascinated, I bought the book and read it cover to cover. The book describes the mass migration of people around the globe. Absolutely fascinating.
Kalo Arepo : I'm reminded of the quote by the great historian Will Durant -"Civilisation exists by geological consent -subject to change without notice."
Herman ten Klooster : The Eruption of the Tambora in 1815 was pretty impressive too. It is reckoned to be the largest explosion in recorded history and ejected around 200 cubic kilometres of volcanic dust into the atmosphere. It caused worldwide climate change for years and resulted in the worst famine of the century.
Fallschirmjaegermeister : If you’re reading this thank your ancestors who survived this- absolute ballers.

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