The birth of Saint Maximus in Arta by lords and pious parents, Emmanuel Trivolis and Irene.
Tsar Ivan the 3rd. Metropolitan of Moscow Philippos the 1st.
Wedding of Ivan the 3rd to Sofia Paleologina.
Russia is freed from the Tatars and begins to regenerate nationally and politically.
Saint Maximus in Corfu. Studies by Ioannis Moschos, the wise scholar.
Gerontius is the Metropolitan of Moscow.
1491 or 1492
Departure to Italy. Arrival in Venice. Starting higher education.
Zossimas is the Metropolitan of Moscow.
Saint Maximus in Bologna, Ferrara and Padua.
Simon is the Metropolitan of Moscow. Ivan C is recognized by all Russian rulers as the ruler of all Russia.
Saint Maximus in Milan.
St. Maximus in Florence, at the service of Giovanni Francesco Pico della Miranda.
Martyrdom of the monk Savonarola, whose life influenced Saint Maximus.
Saint Maximus settled in the St. Mark's Monastery in Florence as a simple guest and paid for translation work.
Return to Arta.
Death of Ivan the 3rd. Vassili the 3rd becomes the new Tsar.
He becomes a monk in the Holy Monastery of Vatopedi of Mount Athos.
Lord Vassili the 3rd addresses a request to Mount Athos to send a monk to translate books related to church mass. St. Maximus is chosen. Departure to Istanbul for the permission from Patriarch Theoleptus A.
Varlaam is the Metropolitan of Moscow.
Arrival of St. Maximus in Moscow. Warm welcome from all Muscovite society.
Translating and writing work. Perfecting the Russian language. Getting acquainted with prominent Russians. Despite the completion of the agreed project, he is not allowed to return to Mount Athos.
Dethronement and emprisonment of Metropolitan Varlaam. Daniel is the Metropolitan of Moscow.
First trial and conviction of St. Maximus in imprisonment at the Volokolamsk Monastery and ban from Holy Communion. Imprisonment, martyrdom, mental and physical exhaustion.
Second trial and new condemnation of St. Maximus, initially at the Volokolamska Monastery and then at the Ostrov Monastery in Tver. Metropolitan Akakios, relieves Him. His most productive writing period begins.
Vassili the 3rd dies. Ivan the Terrible becomes the new Tsar. Controlled by his mother and second wife of Vassili the 3rd, Eleni Glynaki.
Macarius becomes the Metropolitan of Moscow.
After 18 years deprivation from Holy Communion the ban is lifted for St. Maximus.
Pressures of Orthodox Patriarchs to the Tsar for the release of St. Maximus.
Metropolitan Daniel dies. He had already been dethroned since 1539.
Liberation with constraints of the movement for St. Maximos with the mediation of Artemios, Abbot of the Lavra of St. Sergios - Holy Monastery of the Holy Trinity in Sergiev Posad. Settlement of the Saint in the Lavra.
Condemnation and exile of the abbot Artemius.
21 of January 1556
Saint Maximus dies.
Ecumenical Patriarchate and the Patriarchate of Moscow is ranking Maximus Graecos in the Holy list of saints.
Exhumation and transfer of St. Maximus remains.