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  • 300

    Constantine Convert to Christianity Part 1

    Constantine Convert to Christianity Part 1
    Constantine converts to Christianity was not an important event itself. Although it was not an important event it started a chain of events that led to the fall of the Roman Empire, which was a very important event. The story was that when Constantine was in a battle he was on the brink of losing he saw a sign of Christianity. He said that it protected him and he ultimately won the battle. When he made Christianity legal many people converted into a Christan. Due to the fact the Roman people bel
  • 300

    Constantine Convert to Christianity part 2

    Constantine Convert to Christianity part 2
    When he made Christianity legal many people converted into a Christan. Due to the fact the Roman people believe that in order to be a good Christan there should be no wars. Eventually they lose their fighting spirit.
  • Jan 1, 741

    Charlemagne Part 1

    Charlemagne Part 1
  • Jan 2, 741

    Charlemagne Part 2

    Charlemagne Part 2
    If any one shall have entered a church by violence and shall have carried off anything in it by force or theft, or shall have burned the church itself, let him be punished by death. In 800, Charlemagne traveled to Rome to crush an unruly mob that attacked the pop. In gratitude Pope Leo III crowned his as emperor. Without Charlemagne the Roman Catholic Church would not have been as powerful as it once was.
  • Jan 1, 1000

    Greek Translation Part 1

    Greek Translation Part 1
    Many things were accomplished during the Islamic Golden Age. One of the most important accomplishment was the translation of Greek text. This event was an important event. If they had not cracked the Greek language; all the Greek philosophy would have been lost. Also this was important because the Greeks had valuable information about math and science. Many formulas we have today, we got for the Greeks, two examples are the Slope formula, y=mx+b and the Pythagorean theorem a^2+b^2=c^2. Without t
  • Jan 2, 1000

    Greek Translation Part 2

    Greek Translation Part 2
    y=mx+b and the Pythagorean theorem a^2+b^2=c^2. Without the Greek translations we would not be advances as we are today.
  • Jan 1, 1093

    The Crusades Part 1

    The Crusades Part 1
  • Jan 2, 1093

    The Crusades Part 2

    The Crusades Part 2
    They were looking for land and a position in society. Knights and commoners alike were inspired by religious zeal. Pope Urban II said that if you fight and die you will go to heaven. We can see that the Pope Urban II uses religious power that he has for personal interest. Also due the Crusades some farmers were not look down upon therefore they are no longer bound to the land. They were able to go to school and get better jobs.
  • Jan 3, 1093

    The Crusades Part 3

    The Crusades Part 3
    therefore they are no longer bound to the land. They were able to go to school and get better jobs.
  • Apr 15, 1452

    Leonardo Da Vinci Part 1

    Leonardo Da Vinci Part 1
    Any important person that ever lived was Leonardo Da Vinci, also known as the Renaissance Man. He was born in April 15, 1452 and died at the age of 67. Leonardo Da Vinci was a man of many things, he was polymath, painter, sculptor, architect, musician, scientist, mathematician, engineer, inventor, anatomist, geologist, cartographer, botanist and writer. He is the creator of the world’s greatest painting,
  • Apr 15, 1452

    Leonardo Da Vinvi Part 2

    Leonardo Da Vinvi Part 2
    The Mona Lisa. Also his ideas of the human body is still in used today. He connect with the human body was math and art which was something no one before him had done.
  • Nov 10, 1483

    Martin Lurther Part 1

    Martin Lurther Part 1
  • Nov 11, 1483

    Martin Lurther Part 2

    Martin Lurther Part 2
    (For your information the word indulgences came up 35 times in his theses.) Also he empathizes the behaviors of the priest. During this time many priests were acting in a manner in which they should not. (They got drunk and they have many wives.) Due to him many people open their eyes and saw the corruptness of the Church. Soon the Church was forced to reformed.
  • Jun 21, 1501

    Niccolo Machiavelli

    Niccolo Machiavelli
    Niccolo Machiavelli was a sort of philosopher of his time in the renaissance even though he was much more than that. He was a great and profound thinker. He believed his ideas about rulers were true and the best. "It is better to be feared than loved, if you can't be both" ** His work called "Prince" was highly recommended and had a great influence on some rulers. Machiavelli's book made King Henry VIII take the Protestantism's side. Also some of his ideas are still in use today.
  • Oct 31, 1506

    Christopher Columbus Part 1

    Christopher Columbus Part 1
    Christopher Columbus was born October 31, 1451 and died on May 20, 1506 at the age of 54. He was famous for the discovery of the New World. (North, Central and South America) He was an explorer, colonizer, and navigator. He came up with the idea that the world was round instead of flat. On one of his journeys to India he anciently stumble upon the New World. (At first he through it was India)
  • Dec 1, 1506

    Christopher Columbus Part 2

    Christopher Columbus Part 2
    I believe that without the help of Christopher Columbus the New World would not have been found until much later and therefore all the advances that came out of the New World would also be postpone till much later.
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