RENAISSANCE AND REFORMATION By AllyMorton31 Jan 1, 1300 1300-1600 Renaissance This was the Period of the Renaissance. The Renaissance was the revival of are and learning. Jun 8, 1300 Bubonic Plaque The Bubonic Plague struck in many City-States in Europe. This deadly disease killed a minimum of 60% of the population, Period: Jun 8, 1300 to Jun 8, 1600 Renaissance Period Jun 8, 1434 Cosimo de Medici Cosimo de Medici won control of Florence's Goverment Jun 8, 1440 Glutenberg He improved the Printing Process. Jun 8, 1452 Leonardo Da Vinci A painter, sculptor, inventor, and scientist who was known as a "True Renaissance Man". He painted the well-known, Mona Lisa. Jun 8, 1453 War This marks the end of the Hundred Years War. Jun 8, 1460 Donatello's "David" "David" was a statue created by Donatello. He revived a classical form in his statue of David. David was a boy who became a great king, according to the bible. Jun 8, 1464 Cosimo de Medici cont. Cosimo de Medici died this year, but his family continued to control the government. Jun 8, 1475 Michelangelo Bounarroti A renaissance man who excelled as a painter, sculptor, poet, and architect. Michelangelo was most famous for the way he portrayed the human body. Jun 8, 1492 Colonna Victoria Colonna was born into a noble family. In 1509 she married Marquis of Pescara. Pescara spent most of his life away from home on military campaigns. Jun 8, 1500 Elizabethean Age A period of time when the Renaissance spread to England. Jun 8, 1504 Mona Lisa This painting, painted by Leonardo Da Vinci, was thought to be a portrait of Lisa Gherardini. Jun 8, 1508 Painting The painting "School of Athens", for the Pope's apartment in the Vatican, shows. Jun 8, 1509 Henry VII He became the King of England and was a devout Catholic. Jun 8, 1512 Martin Luther He was a Monk and a teacher until his death. Luther taught scripture at the University of Wittenberg. Jun 8, 1513 "The Prince" "The Prince" was a book that examines how a ruler can gain power and keep the power in spite of his enemies. This book was written by Niccolo Machiavelli. Jun 8, 1516 Thomas More Thomas More wrote the book Utopia. Utopia means "No Place". Jun 8, 1517 Martin Luther He posted statements on doors and it began the Reforming Movement. Jun 8, 1519 Leonardo da Vinci cont. Leonardo died this year. Jun 8, 1520 Martin Luther Pope Leo X tried to threaten Luther with excommunication, but it failed to work. Jun 8, 1521 Martin Luther Luther stood trial to recant, he refused. Jun 8, 1522 Martin Luther He had become a seperate religious group called Lutherans. Jun 8, 1522 Ignatius of Loyola He wrote a book called Spiritual Exercises. It was for Prayer and Studies. Jun 8, 1524 Serfdom German Peasants talked of Christian Freedom and demanded an end to serfdom. Jun 8, 1527 Henry VII His wife, Catherine, would have no more children. Henry VII then divorced her. Jun 8, 1528 Baldassare Constiglione Constiglione wrote a book called The Courtier. The Courtier taught people how to become a Renaissance Man. Jun 8, 1529 Forces Join The German Princess remained loyal to the Pope and agreed to join forces against Luther's ideas. Jun 8, 1533 Henry VII Henry VII married Anne Boleyn. Jun 8, 1536 Henry VII Anne Boleyn was charged with Treason, and Beheaded. Jun 8, 1536 Henry VII He married Jane Seymour. They had a son together. Jun 8, 1536 Institues of the Christian Religion This book expressed ideas about God, Salvation, and Human Nature. Jun 8, 1539 Henry VII Parliament passed a law to end the Pope's power in England. Known as the Reformation Parliament. Jun 8, 1540 Jesuits The Pope created this religious group for the followers called Society of Jesus. Jun 8, 1545 Council of Trent Catholic Bishops and Cardinals agreed on several Doctrines. Jun 8, 1547 Colonna cont. Victoria Colonna dies. Jun 8, 1547 Henry VII Henry VII died. Jun 8, 1555 Religious Settlement The famous religious settlement was known as the Peace of Augsburg. Jun 8, 1559 Anglican Church Elizabeth set the church up in England for both, Catholics and Protestants. Jun 8, 1559 Index of Forbidden Books This was a list of books considered dangerous to the Catholic Faith. Jun 8, 1560 Knox He made Calvanism Scotland's official region. Jun 8, 1564 Michelangelo Bounarroti Michelangelo died this year. Jun 8, 1572 Huguenots and Catholics Violently Clash They had a lot of violent people in their groups. Catholics would hunt Protestants and kill them. Jun 8, 1592 Shakespeare The greatest playwright of all time. Shakespeare Dies. Jun 8, 1600 Renaissance This was the end of the Renaissance. Jun 8, 1600 End of the 15th Century The Renaissance ideas begin to spread north of Italy.