1486 – Agrippa was born in Cologne on September 15, 1486.
1509 – Got a teaching post at the University of Dole in France.
1510 – Worked for Maximilian I as a soldier. During his wandering life in Europe, he worked as a theologian, physician, legal expert and a soldier.
1511 – Resumed his job as a lecturer at the Cologne University.
1512 – Lectured in the Faculty of Arts at the University of Pavia.
1516 – Lectured theology at the University of Turin.
1517 – Became court physician to Charles III.
1520 – Returned to Cologne where he got a position at the Trithemius Library.
1522 – Went to Friburg where he worked as town physician and used his diplomatic skills to help the magistrates.
1524 – Became a court physician to Louis de Savoy.
1530 – Published "De incertitudine et vanitate scientiarum".
1531 – Published the first part of the "De occulta philosophia" at Antwerp.