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  • 1300

    Renaissance

    Renaissance
    The Renaissance is a period of the European history. it stared in Italy. The culture bridge between the middle age and modern history.The Renaissance was not uniformly experienced across Europe. The Renaissance saw revolutions in many intellectual pursuits.
  • 1356

    Black death

    Black death
    The Black death was a plague epidemic that swept across Europe between 1348 and 1353. Killing nearly 25 to 60% of the entire population of Europe. The plague reached Europe through the sea in October 1348. The ships arrived through the black sea. The black death was known as the pestilence or the Great Montality.
  • 1431

    Joan of act burned at the stake

    Joan of act burned at the stake
    Joan began to hear voices at age 13 , which she determined had been sent by God to give her a mission of overwhelming. Joan promised Charles she would see him crowned king at Reims. Joan’s reputation spread far and wide among French forces.
  • 1440

    Johannes Gutenberg printing press

    Johannes Gutenberg printing press
    Johannes Gutenberg invented the printing press. Johannes Gutenberg is also accredited with printing the world's first book. Johannes Gutenberg was a German goldsmith and inventor best known for the Gutenberg press. In 1438, Gutenberg began a business arrangement with Andreas Dritzehn. He made a bible.
  • 1453

    Fall of Constantinople

    Fall of Constantinople
    The Fall of Constantinople was the capture of the capital of the Byzantine Empire. The siege lasted for fifty days. an estimated 15,000 were killed by the Turks. And while some 30,000 were chained and dragged to the docks on the Golden Horn. they were boarded onto ships to be sent to Arab and Turkish Muslim slave markets, never to see their homes again.
  • 1492

    christopher columbus lands in the new world

    christopher columbus lands in the new world
    Christopher Columbus was an Italian explorer and a navigator. He sailed across the Atlantic from Spain with the Pinta and the Niña ships alongside, hoping to find a new route to India. He made a total of four voyages to the Caribbean and South America.
  • 1492

    Columbian Exchange

    Columbian Exchange
    Europeans had never seen tomatoes or potatoes in the Old World. Native Americans had never seen apples, or cows. horses were introduced to the Americas. The Columbian Exchange was the widespread transfer of plants, animals, culture.
  • 1506

    Mona Lisa Completed 1506

    Mona Lisa Completed 1506
    The Mona Lisa is considered by many to the most famous painting in the world. It was painted by the Italian artist Leonardo da Vinci. The original name of the Mona Lisa was Monna Lisa. Lisa Gherardini was the 24 year old wife of Francesco del Giocondo and mother of two sons. The Mona Lisa is literally priceless and because of this it cannot be insured for any amount of money.
  • 1512

    Michelangelo begins painting the sistine chapel

    Michelangelo begins painting the sistine chapel
    Michelangelo wanted nothing to do with the Sistine Chapel’s ceiling. Michelangelo began painting in 1508 and he continued until 1512. The Inquisition was a Roman Catholic tribunal for discovery and punishment of heresy. The Inquisition was not limited to Europe.
  • 1516

    Start of the Spanish Inquisition

    Start of the Spanish Inquisition
    Spanish Inquisition served to consolidate power in the monarchy of the newly unified Spanish kingdom. The Spanish Inquisition was founded in 1478. The Spanish Inquisition contains all the elements of a classic Catholic .Spanish Inquisition torturing and killing hundreds of thousands of simple Bible-believing Protestants.
  • 1517

    Martin Luther post 95 theses

    Martin Luther post 95 theses
    The 95 theses has a list of questions and propositions for debate. 1517 Luther defiantly nailed a copy of his 95 Theses to the door of the Wittenberg Castle church. The 95 Theses were quickly distributed throughout Germany and then made their way to Rome.A debate lasting three days between Luther and Cardinal Thomas Cajetan produced no agreement.
  • 1521

    cortez conquers the aztecs

    cortez conquers the aztecs
    Hernan Cortés invaded Mexico in 1519. Conquered the Aztec Empire. Cortés was eager to be part of the dynamic movement. Cortes set sail with 11 ships and more than 500 men. Cortés was met with resistance from natives.
  • 1532

    The Prince

    The Prince
    Machiavelli developed his theories on the basis of humanist ideals. Machiavelli began his political career in 1498. He went on some 23 missions to foreign states. Machiavelli was instrumental in organizing a militia in Florence. He was arrested.
  • 1550

    Peace of Augsburg

    Peace of Augsburg
    The Peace of Augsburg was signed. The Peace of Augsburg, also called the Augsburg Settlement. temporary settlement within the Holy Roman Empire of the religious conflict arising from the Reformation. Peace of Augsburg allowed the German to chose which religion they would follow.
  • Spanish Armada

    Spanish Armada
    The Spanish Armada was a fleet of ships which fought against England. The Spanish Armada consisted of 130 ships including 22 fighting galleons. The Spanish ships carried about 30,000 soldiers and 2,500 guns. The English fleet were led by Lord Howard and Sir Frances Drake. The battle was won by the English.
  • Edict of Nantes

    Edict of Nantes
    French royal decree establishing toleration for Huguenots. The Edict was revoked by Louis XIV. The Edict of Nantes, signed in April 1598 by King Henry IV of France. Henry IV also dreaded the notion of fighting the Huguenots. He Edict of Nantes Henry IV tried to solve the dilemma.
  • William shakespeare's death

    William shakespeare's death
    Shakespeare's made plays. Shakespeare's died on April 23. Shakespeare has been translated into 80 languages. Shakespeare's death is a mystery. he wrote the play Romeo and Juliet.
  • Petition of Rights

    Petition of Rights
    one of England's most famous Constitutional documents. It was written by Parliament. English citizens saw this overreach of authority as a major infringement on their civil rights. Petitions are also directed to courts of law. A statement of civil liberties sent by the English Parliament.
  • King Charles the First Executed

    King Charles the First Executed
    Charles I, was the monarch of the three kingdoms of England, Scotland, and Ireland. Charles I became king due to the death of his elder brother. Charles was a weak and sickly child and his speech development was slow. Charles I is the only English king to be executed. Charles surrendered to a Scottish army.
  • Lord George McCartney Expelled

    Lord George McCartney Expelled
    He was an Irishman descended. He became governor of the British West Indies. The first British diplomatic mission to China. Macartney was instructed to negotiate a relaxation of the Canton System. Macartney was given letters of credence to the Emperor of Japan.
  • Period:
    1095
    to
    1291

    crusades

    it is a Holy War. it was a war between christians and muslims. it was secured control of holy sites considered sacred by the both groups. the crusades became one of the most dynamic areas of history enquiry.
  • Period:
    1185
    to

    Era of the Samurai

    The samurai were the warriors of premodern Japan. They later made up the ruling military class. The samurai members of a powerful military caste in feudal Japan. The samurai backed up the authority of the shogun and gave him power over the mikado. The samurai would dominate Japanese government and society.
  • Period:
    Nov 7, 1337
    to
    1453

    Hundred Year War

    War fought by England and France. Hundred year war was a series of conflict waged.each side drew many allies into war. The king of England from 1337 claimed the crown of France. The war saw some major development in the military strategy and technology.
  • Period:
    1400
    to
    1500

    Slave Trade

    The slave trade was a mass involuntary migration of African to the Americans. Five times as many Africans arrived in the Americas than Europeans. Some countries in the African continent had their own systems of slavery. On the 9,4 million slaves sold between 1514 and 1866. Slavery was officially established in Virginia in 1654.
  • Period:
    1491
    to
    1547

    King Henry VIII Reign

    Henry was a king who hadn’t been expected to rule. He only took the throne because his older brother had died. He ended up embarking upon a religious reformation. Henry was so committed to self-preservation. Henry’s been dead for several centuries.
  • Period:
    1533
    to

    Queen Elizabeth's reign

    Queen Elizabeth took the crown of England on January 15, 1559. She fought for women equal rights. Elizabeth is now hailed as one of our greatest monarchs. Elizabeth was also removed from the line of succession. Elizabeth was third in line to the throne.
  • Period:
    1533
    to
    1547

    Ivan the Terrible’s Reign

    His reign on 16th century Russia is not at all documented. He became the first tsar of entire Russia. He was ruthless and insane and became the first in Russia to build a government that was centrally controlled. He spent a solitary life in a dungeon. Ivan was often neglected and scorned by them.
  • Period:
    1545
    to
    1563

    Counter Reformation

    The Counter Reformation was led by conservative forces. This council was the central event of the Counter Reformation. The Counter Reformation that led the missionaries to work for the Native Americans. The Counter Reformation took root later after the accession and conversion to Catholicism of Henry IV. Counter Reformation took effect less in the restoration of the Roman Catholic Church.
  • Period: to

    Opium War

    The Opium Wars were two wars in the mid-19th century. First Opium War was an unequal treaty. Opium War is sometimes called the Arrow War because the British. The Opium Wars marked the beginning of China’s century-long subjugation and servitude to foreign powers. The Chinese still view the Opium Wars as a national disgrace.