1 david blaine

b3 World History 1093-1867

  • Period: Jan 1, 1096 to Jan 1, 1291

    Crusades are fought

    The Crusades were a series of military campaigns during the time of Medieval England against the Muslims of the Middle East. In 1076, the Muslims had captured Jerusalem - the most holy of holy places for Christians.
  • Sep 25, 1300

    Renaisssance Begins

    Renaisssance Begins
    Renassinace is the defintion "Reborn". The start of Humanism begin, which was the study of humans such as Poetry, grammar, history and moral history.
  • Jan 1, 1337

    100 Years War Begins

    100 Years War Begins
    Edward claimed to be the rightfull owner of the France throne. This was called the edwardwrdin era. (1337-1360)
  • Jan 1, 1347

    Black Daeth Begins in Europe

    Black Daeth Begins in Europe
    The black plaque was brought by rats and fleas from the ships of forgien imports. This spred so fast because the 1347's were so filithy and they did not shower on a daily bases like us.
  • Period: Oct 7, 1405 to Oct 7, 1453

    Voyages of Zheng He

    In 1403, the Yongle Emperor ordered the construction of a huge fleet of ships capable of travel around the Indian Ocean.
  • Jan 1, 1431

    Joan of Arc burned at the stake

    Joan of Arc burned at the stake
    Her death sentence was put upon her because she dressed up in boy's clothes. Many claimed she was studying witch craft, and hearing voices.
  • Sep 25, 1453

    Ottomans conquer Constantinople

    Ottomans conquer Constantinople
    21 year old took the name of " the conqueror" After he takes the Eastern Roman empire.
  • Sep 25, 1455

    Johannes Guttenberg- Printing Press

    Johannes Guttenberg- Printing Press
    Gutenberg was located in a mining town in Gernerny, this is also the place where he barrowed the money to buy all the parts such as wood to build the printing press.
  • Sep 25, 1492

    1st Voyage of Columbus

    1st Voyage of Columbus
    The importance of this voyage was to find and shorter route to Asia. Asia had spieces and goods that Europr needed. Columbus conviced the king to give him three ships in search of this route.
  • Oct 7, 1492

    Jews, Gypsies & Moors expelled from Spain

    Jews, Gypsies & Moors expelled from Spain
    It wasn't tell the 17th century that the moors became spains citizinen; becomeing full blown christans.
  • Sep 25, 1498

    Da Gama lands in India

    Da Gama lands in India
    Da Gama Sails from Lisbon, Spain to the cape of good hope. He aided the indian merchaunts that he met he there.
  • Period: Sep 25, 1500 to

    Slave trade across the Atlantic

    The usage of the three legs was used to transport the slave. Mainly the Middle passge was the shorter voyage.
  • Period: Sep 25, 1501 to

    Safavid Empire

    The Safavid Empire was a brother hood at first then grew into a miliatry group. The they battled Ottoman's and the was the decline of there Empire.
  • Sep 25, 1502

    Naming of the "new world"

    Naming of the "new world"
    Americgo Vespucci is credited for the discovery of Americas. This voyage was 1499-1500.
  • Period: Jan 1, 1503 to Jan 1, 1504

    Da Vinci paints the "Moan Lisa"

    Supposedly this was because Mona Lisa was Leonardo's favourite painting and he was loathe to part with it, however it may also have been because the painting was unfinished.
  • Sep 25, 1508

    Michelangelo begins painting Sistine Chapel

    Michelangelo begins painting Sistine Chapel
    Pope Julius II wanted Michelangelo to paint the Sistine Chapel. The ceilling was 40 meters long and by 13 meters wide.
  • Aug 25, 1517

    Martian Luther posts 95 Theses

    Martian Luther posts 95 Theses
    Luther wrote the 95 these out of frustration. So after it was posted Pope Leo X Excomunicated Luther from the Cathloic Church.
  • Sep 25, 1519

    Magellan starts his "around the wold" trip

    Magellan starts his "around the wold" trip
    He set out in 1480-1521 from Spain to the Spiece Islands. He would never make it to the spice islands and while in his travels he lost many vessals.
  • Oct 7, 1526

    Mughal Empire begins

    Mughal Empire begins
    When Humayan died after a fall down the stairs, his 13-year-old son Akbar was crowned. Akbar defeated the remnants of the Pashtuns, and brought some previously unquelled Hindu regions under Timurid control.
  • Sep 25, 1532

    Pizarro invades th Inca Empire

    Pizarro invades th Inca Empire
    On November 16, Atahuallpa arrived at the meeting place with an escort of several thousand men, all apparently unarmed. Pizarro sent out a priest to exhort the emperor to accept the sovereignty of Christianity and Emperor Charles V.
  • Sep 25, 1534

    Henry VII Founds Angiican Church

    Henry VII Founds Angiican Church
    The Anglican Church evolved as part of the Roman church, but the Celtic influence was folded back into the Roman portion of the church in many ways, perhaps most notably by Charlemagne's tutor Aidan.
  • Period: Sep 25, 1545 to Sep 25, 1563

    Council of Trent

    19th ecumenical council of the Roman Catholic church (1545–63), highly important for its sweeping decrees on self-reform and for its dogmatic definitions that clarified virtually every doctrine contested by the Protestants.
  • Sep 25, 1553

    Copernicus publishes heliocentric theory

    Copernicus publishes heliocentric theory
    He wanted to prove that earth is not the center of the earth and that there is not a center of the universe.
  • Period: Sep 25, 1556 to

    PhillipII rules Spain

    During his reign the Spanish empire attained its greatest power, extent, and influence, though he failed to suppress the revolt of the Netherlands
  • Sep 25, 1558

    ElizabethI become Queen of England

    ElizabethI become Queen of England
    On January 15, 1559, Elizabeth I was crowned Queen by Owen Oglethorpe, bishop of Carlisle at Westminster Abbey, a little less than two months after the death of Mary I.
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    Age of Enlightenment

    17th-century Western Europe emphasizing reason and Individualism rather than tradition European politics, philosophy, science and communications were radically reoriented during the course of the 18th century as part of a movement referred to by its participants as the Age of Reason
  • Jamestown, colony in Virginia,Founded

    Jamestown, colony in Virginia,Founded
    When the ipilgrams settled they plaqued the indains with new dieseses that the indians were not used to. This wiped out the population of the Indains and without the indains the pilgrams didn't know how to produce food on this new found land these were caled the "stareing times"
  • Louis XIV Becomes King of France

    Louis XIV Becomes King of France
    Louis XIV managed to improve France's disorganized system of taxation and limit formerly haphazard borrowing practices. He also conveniently declared members of nobility exempt from paying taxes, causing them to become even more fiscally dependent on the crown.
  • Qing Dynasty in China begins

    Qing Dynasty in China begins
    In 1636 Huang Taiji of Manchuria in northeast China renames his region Qing. The word in Chinese means pure.
  • Thomas Hobbes writes Leviathan

    Thomas Hobbes writes Leviathan
    This book was written as a response to the English civil wars going on in the 1640's. This challenged peoples politics views and how they viewed soicety back then.
  • Oliver Cromwell rules England

    Oliver Cromwell rules England
    Cromwell then defeated the supporters of the king's son Charles II at Dunbar and Worcester , effectively ending the civil war. In 1653, frustrated with lack of progress, he dissolved the rump of the Long Parliament and, after the failure of his Puritan convention.
  • Peter I ( The Great) Becomes Czar

    Peter I ( The Great) Becomes Czar
    The Streltsy gave the Miloslavkys family the military backing to succeed in this case and Peter and Ivan were accepted as joint rulers.
  • Period: to

    Catherine the Great rules Russia

    When Empress Elizabeth died in January 1762, Russia was engaged in the Seven Years' War against Prussia. Peter, now emperor, pulled Russia out of the war and allied with Frederick II of Prussia.
  • French Revolution Begins

    French Revolution Begins
    National Assembly votes for Constitution, Declaration of the Rights of Man, a limited monarchy, and other reforms.
  • U.S Constitution is ratified

    U.S Constitution is ratified
    Congress endorsed a plan to draft a new constitution, and on May 25, 1787, the Constitutional Convention convened at Independence Hall in Philadelphia.
  • Regin of Terror begins

    Regin of Terror begins
    In the autumn of 1792, the revolutionary government, having written off the idea of a constitutional monarchy, set about electing a National Convention of delegates to oversee the country.
  • Napoleon becomes Emperor

    Napoleon becomes Emperor
    Napoleon was the first french an to become Emperor. He was crowned at 35 years-old.
  • Napoleon defeated @ Waterloo

    Napoleon defeated @ Waterloo
    On June 18, 1815, the forces of the rest of Europe Britain, Prussia and the Russian Empire converged on Napolean, commanded by the United Kingdom's Duke of Wellington.
  • Tokugawa Shogunate ends

    Tokugawa Shogunate ends
    In 1866, Shogun Tokugawa Iemochi suddenly died, and Tokugawa Yoshinobu reluctantly took power. He would be the fifteenth and last Tokugawa shogun.