The Campanian is a stage on the geologic time scale occurring from 83.6 to 72.1 Ma (million years ago). It is the middle stage of the Late Cretaceous Epoch, and is named after the French village of Champagne in the departement Charente-Maritime.

Mantell's Iguanodon restoration
Cretaceous period
Lower/Early Cretaceous
Upper/Late Cretaceous
Berriasian | Valanginian | Hauterivian
Barremian | Aptian | Albian
Cenomanian | Turonian | Coniacian
Santonian | Campanian | Maastrichtian