17.2-Ireland/England-Saint Patrick Spread Christianity
In the 400's, A teenager named "Patrick" was kidnapped and taken to Ireland where he had to work as a shepherd. In six years he escaped but then returned to spread Christianity.
Period: 400 to 1200
Chapter 17-The Early Middle Ages
During the Early Middle Ages many different things happened, people gained power, lost power, and many people died as well. Some important dates are: 700s-800s- The Vikings raid Europe, 800-Charlemagne is crowned emperor of Europe, 1066- Feudalism is introduced to Britain.
17.2-Gaul-Franks conquer Gaul
During the 480s, the Franks, which was a powerful group, took over Gaul. Where we today, call France, by a ruler named Clovis, Franks became Christian and created one of the strongest kingdoms in Europe.
18.3-Cluny-The Monks of Cluny create a Monastery
In the 900ssome French monks create a monastery. The monastery followed a strict schedule of prayers.
17.3-Eastern Europe- Feudalism begins to Spread
During the 1000s, Knights that were Frankish introduced feudalism into Northern Europe, it was spread to the Eastern side of Europe.
18.2-Jerusalem-The turning Muslims take over Jerusalem
During the 1000s, Turkish muslims entered Jerusalem and took it over. Pilgrims in Europe reported the Turkish Muslims to enter the area.
Period: 1000 to 1500
Chapter 18-The Later Middle Ages
The Middle Ages had many different dates and times that things happen which are: 1066-Feudalism is introduced to Britain, 1096-Crusaders start their battle for the holy land, 1347-Black Death Starts, 1492-Spanish drive out the Jews.
18.1-Rome-Pope Gregory VII becomes Pope
During 1073, a new Pope increased in power, named Gregory VII.But he was disapproved by the by the Emperor so he excommunicated the Emperor and gained power above him.
19.1-China-The Silk Road Begins To Reopen
During the 1200s, the Mongols took over China. They protected the roads again for travelers and traders. One of the most famous traders that many people know of was Marco Polo who traveled through the silk road.
Period: 1270 to
Chapter 19-The Renaissance and Reformation
During the Renaissance, a lot of things were changed and a lot of tragedy happened in Europe. A lot of the important dates were: 1271-Marco Polo Travels to China, 1450-Gutenberg creates the printing press, 1517-Martin posts his 95 theses criticizing the church, 1648-The Thirty Years' War ends.
18.4-Europe-The Black Death begins
The Black Death was a deadly plague that lasted from 1347 and 1351. The plague originated in Asia and spread to Europe by trading rats.
Period: 1400 to
Chapter 20-Science and Exploration
During this chapter many people did many things to help the world advance, some are: 1416-Henry the Navigator sets up his school of navigation, 1492-Columbus arrives in America, 1530-Copernicus develops his theory of sun-center solar system,1609-Galileo uses his telescope to study planets, 1687-Sir Isaac Newton publishes his book.
19.2-Europe-Johann Gutenberg develops the printing press
The printing press was a very important thing in the middle ages since it was used for many things such as translating the Bible and copying it so every bible would be the same for everyone.
18.5-Ferdinand-The prince of Aragon gets married
In 1469, the prince of Aragon, married Isabella, a Castilian princess, later on they became king and queen and ruled Spain.
20.2-Africa-Vasco finishes his trip around africa
During 1948, Vasco Da Gama sailed around Africa and made it to the coast of India. During his trip, a sea route to Asia was found as well.
20.1-Europe-The Scientific Revolution Begins
The scientific revolution was a series of events that created modern science. It occurred in Europe during the 1540s to 1700.
19.3-Europe-William Finishes Translating The Bible
Before 1546, a man named William Tyndale thought that everyone should be able to read the bible. But what he thought opposed the Catholic Church which said that only CLergy can interpret the bible. When Tyndale finally completed what he wanted to do, he was executed.
17.4-Japan-The Creation Of Haiku's
During the 1600s Japanese poets made the "Haiku" which are short, three lined poems that have 17 syllables and describe nature scenes
Chapter 21-Enlightenment and Revolution
During this period of time many things happened during then, some of the dates and things that’s happened were: 1642-Civil war begins in England, 1960-John Locke argues that governments power should be limited, 1759-Mary Wollstonecraft is born, 1776-The Americans declare independence, 1789-The French Revolution begins.
21.1-London-Benjamin Franklin states his argument
In 176 and philosopher and scientist named Benjamin franklin went to London, he argued that the British Goverment had no right to tax the colonists since they have no representative in the parliament.
21.3-America-Thomas signs the Declaration of Independence
One of the colonials leaders named Thomas Jefferson wrote the declaration of independance which was a document declaring the colonies are independent from britain
20.3-Europe and America-Capitalism becomes a thing
In the 1800s capitalism became the basis for economic systems in west Europe and America. Capitalism
21.1-France-Voltaire’s life begins
Volitare was a French philosopher and he argued that the purpose of life is the pursuit of human happiness through science.
Chapter 17-Penang-(MDE) Christianity
One of the most obvious things that have been passed down today is Christianity. It has been spread all over the world and many people probably believe in the Christian God in Penang.
Something that we have today from the Middle Ages are churches where many people go to pray and learn about religions
Chapter 19-Penang-(MDE) The English Bible
Something that is very important now, in this school as well, is the bible. When it was translated to English so all of us can read it and learn about its teachings.
Chapter 20-(MDE)The telescope
One of many advances in astronomy from that time was the telescope which helps us search and watch the planets to learn about them.
*Chapter 21-(MDE)Declaration of Indepence
During the creation of the Declaration of Independence it has changed America in many ways and one of the main ones is that is independent now.