B6 World History 1096-1867 By smithana Period: Jan 1, 1096 to Jan 1, 1291 Crusades are fought Pope gave permission to kill people in the name of god. They were sanctioned by Roman Catholic Church. Period: Jan 1, 1337 to Jan 1, 1453 100 Years War France and England fought over how the throne would be taken over. English won the war Jan 1, 1341 Joan of Arc burned at the stake She was burned becuase she was found guilty of being a wicth. Also fought in the war between france and England. Jan 1, 1347 Black Death Begins in Europe 25 million people died from the plague. The sickness was carroed over seas from rats on ships. Jan 1, 1347 Black death begins in Europe A plague caused by fleas distributed by rats on ships. Started in Europe and spread to the Middle East. Period: Jan 1, 1368 to Jan 1, 1644 Ming Dynasty in China During the final 40 years of the dynasty there was alot of famine. Tens of millions of people dies from natural disasters as well. Period: Jan 1, 1405 to Jan 1, 1433 Voyages if Zheng He In the early fifteenth century, Admiral Zheng He led the Ming Chinese Treasure Fleet on seven voyages around the Indian Ocean, traveling as far as Arabia. Jan 1, 1453 Ottomans conquer Constantinople It was a capture of the capitol under the command of Sultan Mehemed II. After the conquest of Mehemed Constantnople the Ottamans new empire. Jan 1, 1455 Johannes Gutenberg-Printing press He printed th bible. He itorduced movable type printing. Jan 1, 1492 Jews, gypsies and moors expelled from Spain Jews were forced to convert to Christianity or leave Spain. The Spanish monarchy tried to force gypsies to expell their language. Jan 1, 1492 1st voyage of Columbus Columbus explored five islands in the Bahamas. He was dissapointed not to find silver and gold in America Jan 1, 1497 Da Gama lands in India He had to fght his way out of the harbor on his return ship home. He was sent as viceory to India, but he fell and died in Chocin Period: Jan 1, 1500 to Jan 1, 1800 Slave trade across the Antlantic It was the enslavment transportation taken in Central Africa, Carries on from 16th through 19th century. Period: Jan 1, 1501 to Jan 1, 1722 Savafid Empire Safavisd Iran was one the Islamic "gunpowder empires". The Safavid Empire dynasty had it's orgin on the Safaviyya Sufi order. Jan 1, 1502 Naming of the "New World" It was the expanding of the geographical horizon. The naming of the "New World" was coined by an Explorer named Amerigo Vespucci. Jan 1, 1503 Renaissance begins The renaissance was a cultrual movment that celebrated art and literature. It was the era when European civilaition was rebirthed. Jan 1, 1503 Michelangelo begins painting Sistine Chapel Sistine Chapel is a large reowned chapel in the opostilistic palace. The celing is over 500 years old. I Period: Jan 1, 1503 to Jan 1, 1506 Da Vinci paints the "Mona Lisa" Worked on the painting for four years. Eventually the painting was moved to the Louvre. Jan 1, 1517 Martin Luther post 95 theses Martin Luther disagrees with catholic paying for indulgences. He wrote the theses in Latin so only intellgent people could read it. Jan 1, 1519 Magellean stars his trip around the world He was on an expidition as a Spanish Explorer. He was the first to sail across the Antlantic ocean. Jan 1, 1526 Mughal Empire begins It was founded by Bubhur.He was a central asian ruler who was a decendant from another conquerer. Jan 1, 1530 Henry VIII founds Anglican Church The England church was spread worldwide by the first English colonization. The conflict of authority was between the state and the church. Jan 1, 1537 Pizzario invades the Inca Empire Invaded by a Spanish Comquistador. He won the battle fighting with 180 soldiers. Oct 8, 1537 Pizarrio takes over the Inca empire A Spanish soldier executed the Inca emporer. The incas were not advanced in technology therefor they fought and lost the war. Jan 1, 1543 Coppernicus publishes heliocentirc The heliocentric is a model of the unicerse.He beleived in the geocentric theory. Period: Jan 1, 1545 to Jan 1, 1563 Council of Trent Was one the Roman Catholic Church most important councils. Luther conviced the Pope that Rome would be condemed because of his doctrines. Period: Jan 1, 1556 to Jan 1, 1598 Phillip II rules Spain King Phillip was a leader of one of the biggest empires. The phillipines are named after him. Jan 1, 1558 Elizabeth I becomes Queen of England She dislikes Catholics and viewed the Protatasnt religon as a farce. Her sister Mary reestablished Protrstant after she died. Jan 1, 1607 Jamestown, colony in Virgina was founded In May roughly 100 members founded the first English settlement. In the Later years disese brout down Native American population. Jan 1, 1643 Louis XIV becomed King of France He was the last King of France. He was executed for treason by the Guiltine. Jan 1, 1644 Quing Dynasty in China begins It was the last imperial dynasty of China. It was founded by the non-chinese people of the Manchus. Jan 1, 1651 Thomas Hobbs wites Leviathan He was a 17th century English philosipher. He touched the soverigns ability to tax in Leviathan. Period: Jan 1, 1653 to Jan 1, 1658 Oliver Cornwell rules England He was an English military politicial leader. He defested the supporters of the king's son. Jan 1, 1682 Peter I becomes Czar His favorite occupation was hunting and feasting. Both of his parents died at a very young age. Period: Jan 1, 1700 to Jan 1, 1800 Age of Enlightment It was a cultural movement of intellectual meaning. Enlightment was a less set of ideas and more of values. Period: Jan 1, 1762 to Jan 1, 1792 Catherine the Great rules Russia It was considered the golden age of russia. Married King Peter. Jan 1, 1789 U.S Constitution ratified New Hampshire becomed the nith and last nessesscary state to ratify the Constitution. Therefor it was made the law of the land. Period: Jan 1, 1789 to Jan 1, 1799 French Revolution begins. .French Revolution was about the French rebelling abou tthe wealth of the aristocrcy. Peasants had to pay taxes to their nobel. Jan 1, 1793 Reign of Terror begins Also known of the period of violence that occurred after the French Revolution. There was many mass execution. Jan 1, 1804 Napolean becomes Emperor Napolean becomes emporor after the French revolution war. Napoleans military was weak and defeated many times. Jan 1, 1815 Napolean defeated at Waterloo The battle took place in Belgium. Napolean conquerd most of Europe in the 19th centuery. Jan 1, 1867 Tokugawa Shogunate ends Japan in 19th century was characterized as being feudal. The Samuri lived of a stipened tax that framers piad for. This tax was a heavy burden on Farmers close to half of their production.