Renaissance- Kevin 8-1

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  • 1296

    Brunelleschi Starts Building Florence Cathedral Dome

    Brunelleschi Starts Building Florence Cathedral Dome
    At the time, Brunelleschi was an amateur, he did not have any training with building, certainly not with the biggest dome in the world. The dome is built on Santa Maria Del Flore, third largest church in the world. The dome is composed of two layers, one from wood, another from rocks. The planning of this dome is composed of maths way more advanced than their time, a revolutionary​ bookmark that reflects the genius of Italy.
  • 1300

    Renaissance Starts

    Renaissance Starts
  • Jul 20, 1304

    Birth of Francesco Petrarch

    Birth of Francesco Petrarch
    Francesco Petrarch is the father of humanism, a belief regarding to the values of humans, individually and collectively. Before his time, arts are based on the phenomenon of the natural universe, but after his time, arts were usually based on human characteristics and emotions. Petrarch was a scholar and a poet in Florence, whose most important works are the "Canzoniere" and the "Trionfi".
  • 1337

    Hundred Years' War

    Hundred Years' War
  • 1386

    Donatello

    Donatello
  • Sep 27, 1389

    Cosimo De Medici Birth

    Cosimo De Medici Birth
  • 1400

    Rise of Florence

    Rise of Florence
  • 1400

    Rise of Rome

    Rise of Rome
  • Jan 6, 1412

    Joan of Arc

    Joan of Arc
  • 1415

    Brunelleschi Invents Perspectives

    Brunelleschi Invents Perspectives
  • Oct 14, 1420

    Tomás de Torquemada

  • 1428

    Aztec Civilization Started

    Aztec Civilization Started
  • Oct 12, 1428

    Siege of Orleans

    Siege of Orleans
  • 1434

    Medici Family becomes Head of Florence

    Medici Family becomes Head of Florence
  • 1439

    Johannes Gutenberg Invented The Printing Press

    Johannes Gutenberg Invented The Printing Press
  • 1444

    Diego Deza

  • Apr 22, 1451

    Reign of Isabel de Castilla

    Reign of Isabel de Castilla
  • Mar 10, 1452

    Ferdinand II of Aragon

  • May 29, 1453

    Fall of Byzantine Empire

    Fall of Byzantine Empire
  • Oct 22, 1454

    Gutenberg Bible

    Gutenberg Bible
  • May 22, 1455

    Wars of the Roses

    Wars of the Roses
  • 1466

    Birth of Eramus of Rotterdam

    Birth of Eramus of Rotterdam
  • Feb 19, 1473

    Birth of Copernicus

    Birth of Copernicus
  • 1485

    Birth of Venus

    Birth of Venus
  • Aug 22, 1485

    Henry Vll Becomes King

    Henry Vll Becomes King
  • 1490

    Vitruvian Man

    Vitruvian Man
  • 1492

    Columbus discovers Americas

    Columbus discovers Americas
  • 1492

    Crusades End

    Crusades End
  • 1495

    The Last Supper

    The Last Supper
  • 1497

    Vasco da Gama's expedition

    Vasco da Gama's expedition
  • 1501

    Sculpture of David

    Sculpture of David
  • 1503

    Mona Lisa

    Mona Lisa
  • 1508

    Michelangelo paints Sistine Chapel

    Michelangelo paints Sistine Chapel
  • 1509

    Henry Vlll Becomes King

    Henry Vlll Becomes King
  • 1511

    Raphael paints The School of Athens

    Raphael paints The School of Athens
  • 1516

    Thomas More Publishes Utopia

    Thomas More Publishes Utopia
  • 1517

    Martin Luther posts 95 Theses

    Martin Luther posts 95 Theses
  • 1519

    Ferdinand Magellan Begins Voyage

    Ferdinand Magellan Begins Voyage
  • 1519

    Conquest of the Aztec Empire

    Conquest of the Aztec Empire
  • 1526

    Ottoman-Habsburg Wars

    Ottoman-Habsburg Wars
  • May 6, 1527

    Sack of Rome

    Sack of Rome
  • 1530

    Ivan the Terrible

    Ivan the Terrible
  • 1532

    The Prince Published

    The Prince Published
  • 1543

    Scientific Revolution

    Scientific Revolution
  • 1555

    Peace of Augsburg

    Peace of Augsburg
  • 1557

    Spain Declares Bankruptcy

    Spain Declares Bankruptcy
  • 1558

    Elizabeth I becomes Queen of England

    Elizabeth I becomes Queen of England
  • 1562

    French Wars of Religion

    French Wars of Religion
  • 1564

    Birth of Galileo Galilei

    Birth of Galileo Galilei
  • Apr 26, 1564

    Birth of Shakespeare

    Birth of Shakespeare
  • Aug 24, 1572

    St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre

    St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre
  • Spanish Armada defeated by the English

    Spanish Armada defeated by the English
  • Edict of Nantes Signed

    Edict of Nantes Signed
  • William Shakespeare builds the Globe Theatre

    William Shakespeare builds the Globe Theatre
  • Renaissance End

    Renaissance End
  • Baroque

    Baroque
  • Samuel de Champlain Set Sail From France

    Samuel de Champlain Set Sail From France
  • Macbeth

    Macbeth
  • Hamlet

    Hamlet
  • Issac Newton Born

    Issac Newton Born
  • Impressionism

    Impressionism
  • Cogito, Ergo Sum Published

    Cogito, Ergo Sum Published
  • Period:
    1347
    to

    Black Death

    Black death is a bubonic plague that struck Europe and Asia mostly during the mid 14th century and killed over 50 million people(60% population of Europe at the time). It is caused by flee bites on human that bite infected rats previously. In comparison, percentage of people affected in today's world would be North America, South America, Asia, Europe combined. This destructed the work effort and the sense of safety within the citizens of the dark ages. Plague doctors arised from this situation.
  • Period:
    1476
    to
    1500

    The Age of Exploration

  • Period:
    Nov 1, 1478
    to

    Spanish Inquisition

  • Period:
    1501
    to
    1550

    Reformation