1420? – Gabriel Biel was born at Speyer, Germany. German philosopher, economist, and one of the most distinguished Scholastic theologians of the late Middle Ages.
– He was known as the "last of the Scholastics".
1432 – He was ordained to the priesthood and entered Heidelberg University.
– He became superior of the "Clerics of the Common Life" at Butzbach.
1848 – Appointed as the first professor of theology.
1453 – Enrolled in the faculty of theology at Universaity of Cologne.
1460 – Having studied at various German universities, Biel became vicar and cathedral preacher at Mainz.
1468 – He entered the Order of the Brothers of the Common Life, a religious community devoted to education.
1477 – He was the first professor of theology at the University of Tubingen.
1479 – Appointed provost of the church in Urach.
1484 – He was appointed professor of theology at the University of Tuebingen.
1489 – Appointed rector of University of Tuebingen.
1495 – He died on 7th of December in Tübingen, Württemberg.