Social Studies Timeline

  • Jan 1, 1300

    The Renaissance Era

    The Renaissance Era
    The Renaissance Era was an era that changed a whole lot from what was going on before it. before hand, every bit of art work and architechture was the same (kind of a gothic style) but in the Renaissance, everything changed and became different.
  • Jan 1, 1348

    Black Pleague

    Black Pleague
    The Black Pleague may be the deadliest virus to ever hit the planet Earth. Killing so many people, that it took Europe 150 years to rebuild its population to what it twas before the virus started.
  • Jan 1, 1440

    Printing Press

    Printing Press
    The Printing Press was a major invention for this era. It made books easier to print, and made ideas and theories easier to publicise and share with the world.
  • Jan 1, 1475

    Sistine Chapel

    Sistine Chapel
    The Sistine Chapel was probably the hardest painting task to ever have been asked upon anyone. The ENTIRE celing and all of the walls are hand painted. Michalangelo actually almost went blind painting it because the paint would fall off of the celing and into his eyes.
  • Jan 1, 1492

    Chirstopher Columbus Discovers the New World

    Chirstopher Columbus Discovers the New World
    Chirstopher
    Christopher Columbus was the first explorer to land on tthe modern day Americas. He influenced everyone to go discover the world and what lies where they dont know.
  • Nov 12, 1500

    The Renaissance Peak

    The Renaissance Peak
    The Renaissance Period had one time where it was peaking and nothing could go wrong. This was during the 1500's.
  • Jan 1, 1506

    Mona Lisa

    Mona Lisa
    The Mona Lisa is one of Leanardo Devinci's most famous paintings, it might even be the most famous painting in the world. However something people may not notice about this painting is that the woman in the picture does not have any eyebrows.
  • Nov 19, 1517

    Martin Luthers 95 Theses

    Martin Luthers 95 Theses
    95 The 95 Theses were very big and important in the disoliving of the Catholic Church. it it wasnt for them. who knows if the prodestant church wouldve been founded.
  • Nov 20, 1524

    Peasants War

    Peasants War
    War
    The peasants war was a revolt made by the peasants about the prejudices of the church and the politics
  • Nov 20, 1534

    Martin Luthers translations of the bible

    Martin Luthers translations of the bible
    Bible\Martin Luther translatred the bible so that the average person could read it. this was because the bible was originally only written in a language that mainly only the priests and pope could read
  • Dec 2, 1539

    The Begining of the Henri De Soto Expedition

    The Begining of the Henri De Soto Expedition
    De Soto
    Henri De Soto was a great explorer sent by the country of Spain. he followed Christopher Columbus on his expeditions.
  • Gunpowder Plot

    Gunpowder Plot
    The Gunpowder Plot was quite an epic fail. It was an attempt of murder of King I of England and VI of Scotland. An angry group of Catholics were after them, but they failed
  • Invention of the Telescope

    Invention of the Telescope
    Everytime anybody wants to look up at the stars for any reasons, we use some form of a telescope. And this wouldnt have been possible if it wasnt for the genius Galileo.
  • King James Bible is Published

    King James Bible is Published
    A bible written by the King of England was publihsed in 1611. This is a very wierd thing to happen back then, usually the royal people didnt write books such as this.
  • Shapkespeare and Cervantes Died

    Shapkespeare and Cervantes Died
    Skakespeare and Cervantes are two of the best play wrties to ever walk on this planet. And they both died on the EXACT same day! It was a trajic day, but an extrememly wierd coincidence.
  • The Begining of Monarchs

    The Begining of Monarchs
    MoarchsMonarchs used to be a very common and powerful type of government. They used to control practically all of the European continent.
  • The Publishing of the Rights of Man

    The Publishing of the Rights of Man
    Paper the rights of man was published by Thomas Paine in 1719
  • Steam Engine

    Engine
    The steam engine was another invention that enhanced all of transportation. It made it easier for eceryone to transport goods and people throughout the nation and world.
  • The Start of the Reign of King Louis XVI

    The Start of the Reign of King Louis XVI
    King Louis XVI of France was a stellar king. He was known for being shy, and dull. He married the Austrian prince, in order to get more powers.
  • The End of the Monarch Era

    The End of the Monarch Era
    End of the Monarch Age THe Monarch age was very poewrful and pivotal in the change of the Renissance Era. The end of the Monarchs ended up leading to a great future though.
  • Begining of the age of Revolution

    Begining of the age of Revolution
    ChangeThe age of revolution changed after the monarchs had ended. And it was a change thats impact is still affected to this day.
  • French Revolution

    French Revolution
    Revolution the french revolution led to many changes in the way the country of France is governed and experienced. they now do not have a monarchy and probably never will.
  • Sewing Machine

    Sewing
    The sewing machine was an invention that changed how all textile work was done. It made everything faster and easier.
  • The End of King Louis Reign

    The End of King Louis Reign
    King Louis was an amazing king for the country of France. It was terrible for the country of France and was a devestating blow.
  • The American Revolution

    The American Revolution
    Revolution the american revolution led to the begining of our own country and branching off of britan. it was a major achievement
  • The Start of the Potato Famine

    Potato
    The potato industry was a major part of Ireland. it was all the food the ate, and most of their industries, Then when the potato famine hit, it destroyd most of the bussines coming out of Ireland at this time.
  • The End of the Revolution Age

    The End of the Revolution Age
    End of the Age The End of the Revolutionary age was a majo r impact to the country of Europe. It led to many positive changes however.
  • Steam Boat

    Steam Boat
    Steam Boat
    The steam boat made transportation of people and goods alot faster and easier. It changed everything involving transportation.
  • Pearl Harbor

    Pearl Harbor
    boom Pearl Harbor was a terrible day in us history. Japan had bombed our naval base in Hawaii and this launched us into world war two.
  • D-Day

    D-Day D-Day was a huge day in the history of the USA military. It was a total turning point in WW2 and will never be forgoten.
  • The Atomic Bomb is Dropped

    bomb The dropping of the atomic bomb was the ending of the second world war. it lead to japan signing a treaty and literally, the end of the war. it was a huge deal.