Middel age

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  • 476

    beginning of the middle ages

    beginning of the middle ages
  • Period:
    476
    to
    1453

    ending of the middle ages

    the middle ages ended by the discovery of America
  • 511

    Clodoveo dies and his kingdom is divided between his 2 children

    Clodoveo dies and his kingdom is divided between his 2 children
  • 575

    mohammed birth

    mohammed birth
  • 711

    Battle of Guadalete

    Battle of Guadalete
  • 722

    Covadonga's battle

  • 1085

    Alfonso VI conquers Toledo

  • 1212

    Battle of Las Navas de Tolosa1

  • Period:
    1400
    to

    Renaissance

  • 1453

    Fall of Constantinople

  • 1479

    Union of the kingdom of Castile and Aragon

  • 1492

    discovery of America

  • 1499

    Forced conversion for Muslims

  • 1556

    Felipe II King of Spain

  • Period: to

    Baroque

  • Period: to

    Opera

  • first reductions in chiquitanas lands

  • Classical period

    Classical period
  • Enlightenment

    Enlightenment
    The Enlightenment was a reformist movement of the 18th century that defended the
    use of the “light” of reason to transform society, the natural rights of humans and tolerance
    as a basis for coexistence. Enlightenment thinkers opposed the traditional class system and
    defended a system of legal equality in which all citizens could progress according to their
    own merits.
  • The first industrial revolution

    The first industrial revolution
    Society at the beginning of the 18th century was still essentially based on agriculture
    and livestock. But halfway through this century, in europe, the First Industrial Revolution.
    New sources of energy appeared. Machinery started to be used in textile production and
    agriculture, as well as to transport goods, and work started to be organised in a different
    way.
  • Art

    Art
    The period that we know as the Classical period in music is called Neoclassicism in the rest of the arts. This artistic movement was a reaction to the excesses of the Baroque period. It was inspired by the more restrained models of the classical world and defended
    the use of reason as a tool to achieve balance and beauty.
  • Ending of the Classical period

    Ending of the Classical period