Cammie's Renaissance Timeline

  • Period: 476 to Mar 9, 1350

    Middle Ages

  • Period: Mar 9, 1350 to

    Renaissance Era

  • Mar 9, 1403

    Leonardo da Vinci

    He was a painter and scultpor in Italy, but also traveled to France. He is most famous for the Mona Lisa which he painted in 1403 to 1407.
  • Mar 9, 1403

    Lorenzo Ghiberti

    Ghiberti was one of the earliest sculptors of the Renaissance. He developed techniques for showing perspective. He is most famous for the set of bronze doors. He started them in 1403 and completed them in 1424.
  • Mar 9, 1408


    He was a famous scultpor that lived in Florence, Italy. He is most famous for his scultpor The David which was built in 1408.
  • Mar 9, 1418

    Filippo Brunelleschi

    He was a great sculptor and architect of the early Renaissance. His most famous contribution was the design of the dome of the cathedral of Florence. He worked on it from 1418 to 1436.
  • Mar 9, 1460

    Sandro Botticelli

    Sandro Botticelli is a famous Italian painter and artist. He is most famous for Spring and the Birth of Venus. He started painting in1460.
  • Mar 9, 1507

    Nicolaus Copernicus

    Nicolaus Copernicus
    He developed sun-centered theory. The sun-centered theory is a theory that he said the sun was the center of the universe and not earth.Sometime between 1507 and 1515 he completed his theory in Italy.
  • William Gilbert

    William advanced the study of magnetism. William's study of magnetism wasn't noticed until he publish the book De Magnete in England.
  • Galileo Galilei

    Galileo Galilei
    He designed the pendulum clock. His first biographer, Vincenzo Viviani, states that he began his study of pendulums after he watched a suspended lamp swing back and forth in the cathedral of Pisa when he was still a student there. Galileo's first notes on the subject date from 1588, but he did not begin serious investigations until 1602.
  • Robert Hooke

    Robert used a microscope to discover plant cells. Robert discoverd the plant cells in London, England.Hooke viewed a thin cutting of cork he discovered empty spaces contained by walls, and termed them pores, or cells which lead to the plant cells.
  • Gabriel Fahrenheit

    He invented the mercury thermometer. Gabriel was German.