Renaissance Timeline, A.M7

  • Period: 1095 to 1291

    The crusades

    The crusades was a series of religious wars supported and sometimes directed by the Latin church in the medieval period. The Christians and Muslims started to secure of holy sites considered sacred by both groups.
  • 1096

    Battle of Civetot ( Crusades event)

    In 1096 the battle of Civetot brought an end to the peoples crusade. It was A very poorly armed movement the lower class pilgrims of the first crusade, it was distinct from the subsequent and well-known prince's crusade.
  • 1097

    Siege of Antioch

    The Siege of Antioch led by Kerbogha, atabeg of Mosul, marked the first arrival of the first Crusade in the Holy land. These events set a pattern of betrayal, massacre, and heroism that was used to mark future campaigns.
  • 1099

    The Siege of Jerusalem

    The Siege of Jerusalem was waged by European forces of the first Crusade. It resulted in the capture of the Holy City of Jerusalem rom the Muslim Fatimid Caliphate, laying the foundation for the Christian Kingdom of Jerusalem, which nearly lasted almost two centuries.
  • 1346

    The trade during the black death

    Before the Black death started all trades were going good. Then it progressively got worse, and the people continued on to trade. The people continuing on cause it to spread. The Black Death arrived in Europe in 1347, 12 ships Black Sea docked at the Sicilian port of Messina. When the ships arrived people gathered around in horror when seeing, most sailors aboard were dead. and those still alive were covered in black boils that oozed blood and pus.
  • 1346

    The great Mortality

    According to John Kelly's, it was possibly passed to by a tarabagan a type of marmot. The deadliest outbreak is in the Mongol capital sea of Saria. which Mongols carry out west to the black sea area. Mongol King Janiberg, was nearby in a city Tana when a fight broke out between Italian merchants and Muslims.
  • Period: 1346 to 1353

    The black death

    In 1347 there was a deadly disease that spread around called the Black Death. The Black Death was caused by Yersinia pestis, bacteria that mostly spread by fleas on rodents and other animals. The human that were bitten by the fleas then got the black Death.
  • 1347

    The society change of the Black death

    The Black Death was so bad and affected so many people that it cause the whole society to change. People started to abandon their friends and family, fled the cities, and completely shut themselves of from the world.
  • Period: 1400 to 1495

    Early Renaissance

    The early renaissance was the period in time known for its painting, sculptures and decorative arts. A period know for Humanism, Classical Roman, and Greek art and architecture.
  • 1434

    The rise of Rome and the De Medici Family

    The Medici Family were the rulers of Florence throughout the renaissance. They were A major influence on the growth of the Italian Renaissance through their patronage of arts and Humanism. The Medici Family rose to power, with their wool merchants and bankers businesses. These businesses were extremely successful and the Medici Family became very wealthy.
  • Period: 1434 to

    Age of Exploration

  • 1451

    Leonardo De Vinci and the Gutenberg Bible

    The Gutenberg Bible was designed for liturgical usage ecclesiastical settings. When the Gutenberg Bible was created it changed the world. It opened the door to mass and untutored readings and interpertations. The Gutenberg Bible was so special because it is the earliest full-scale work printed in Europe using moveable type.
  • 1476

    The age of Exploration

    The age of Exploration was a time period from 1400s through the 1600s, where the European nation began exploring the world. The Europeans discovered new routes to India, much of far East, and the Americas. The reason for all the traveling was because many nations were looking for goods like gold, and silver, but the main reason was because they were really hoping to find a new route for the spice and silk trade.
  • Period: 1500 to 1527

    The High Renaissance

    The High Renaissance was a short time period of the most artistic in the Italian states. The High Renaissance was a period where they infused ideal of beauty into art.
  • 1501

    Politics And The Reformation

    The politics And Reformation was A movement within the Western Christianity in the 16th century. The impact the Reformation had was, it led to growth of marked individualism which then had resulted in, grave social, political and economic conflicts. it led ultimately to the growth of individual liberty and democracy.
  • 1503

    Mona Lisa

    The Mona Lisa was a painting created by Leonardo De Vinci in 1503. The Mona Lisa was considered A masterpiece of the Italian Renaissance. it was considered as " the best known, the most visited ,the most written about, the most sung about and the most parodied work of art in the world". The story behind the Mona Lisa is that, the painting is a likely portrait of the wife of a Florentine merchant. For some reason the portrait was never delivered to its Patron.
  • Period: 1517 to 1555

    Protestant Reformation

    The Protestant Reformation was a religious movement that swept through Europe in the 1500s. It was a creation of a branch called Protestantism.
  • 1519

    Reformist zeal sweeps the south

    In 1519, In Zurich hundreds of miles to the south of Wittenberg, a prominent city priest called Huldrych Zwingli begins preaching systematically through the books of the bible.
  • 1520

    Rome flexes its muscles

    In 1520, Luther destroyed it in a public demonstration, and writes three classical works setting out an alternative of Christian thought, centering on "justification by faith". He claimed that god's gift through grace ta an individual believer is the only way to win salvation.
  • 1521

    Luther stands firm at worms

    In 1521, Martin Luther the chief of catalyst of Protestantism, defined The Holy Roman Emperor Charles V by refusing to recant his writings. he had been called to Worms, Germany, to appear before the Diet( assembly) of the Holy Roman Empire and answer charges of heresy.
  • Period: 1527 to

    The Late Renaissance

    The Late Renaissance was when Mannerism is the term applied to certain aspects of artistic lifestyle, mainly Italian, in the period Between the High Renaissance of the earth 16th century, and the beginning of Baroque art in the early 17th century.
  • Period: 1550 to

    Scientific Revolution

    The Scientific Revolution was a name given to a period of drastic change in scientific thought that took place during the 16th and 17th centuries. It replaced the Greek view of nature that had dominated science for almost 2,000 years.
  • 1555

    The Peace Of Augsburg

    The Peace Of Augsburg was the first permanent legal basis for the coexistence of Lutheranism and Catholicism in Germany. it was announced publicly September 25, 1555, by the Diet of the Holy Roman Empire assembled earlier that year at Augsburg. The cause of the Augsburg was the desire to resolve the religious dispute between Lutheran and and Catholic rulers within the Holy Roman Empire.
  • Blaise Pascal invents the adding machine

  • Thomas Bartholin discovers the human lymphatic system

  • Blaise Pascal and Pierre de Fermat invent the mathematics of probability and statistics