Period: 1095 to 1291
the crusadesthe crusades were a series of religious wars between Christians and Muslims started primarily to secure control of holy sites considered sacred both groups there was at least 8 crusades. the first crusade lasted from 1096-1099. the second crusade began in 1147 and ended 1149. the third crusade started in 1189 and was concluded in 1192 As areas around the Baltic Sea were taken by the crusaders, traders and settlers mostly German moved in and profited economically.
Period: 1347 to 1353
the black deathHumans who are bitten by the fleas then can come down with plague. It's an example of a disease that can spread between animals and people The bacterial infection still occurs but can be treated with antibiotics. Today, scientists understand that the Black Death, now known as the plague, is spread by a bacillus called Yersinia pestis.
Period: 1400 to 1495
early renaissanceThe Renaissance was a rebirth of classical art and literature that started in Italy and specifically in Florence and the Northern parts of Italy. Many of the artists and writers of the time drew inspiration from the Greeks and Romans. Art was a big factor in this Royal and rich families all around Europe would commission art
Period: 1400 to
age of explorationThe Age of exploration was a time period that overlapped the Age of Sail. Approximately during the 15th century to the 17th century Europeans explored regions around the globe. During this time
Christopher Columbus sailed to the Americas in August, 1492. After 10 long weeks of sailing, from the part of Palos, Spain Columbus and his crew saw the new world.
Period: 1495 to
high renaissanceThe high Renaissance was centered in Rome and this period of time was noted for inspiring ideas back into art. The artists keys were focused on presenting pieces of visual, symmetrical, and perfection. One the most famous paintings was created by Leonardo de Vinci in 1503 which was the Mona Lisa. The high Renaissance ended in 1520's with the death of Raphael other say it ended in 1527 with the Sack of Rome.
Period: 1500 to
scientific revolutionThe Scientific Revolution was events that used modern science during the modern period, developments like math, physics, astronomy, biology, and chemistry changed views of society about nature. During this time Galileo built the enhanced refracting telescope in 1609. He discovered Jupiter's four largest satellites, spots on the sun, phases of Venus, hills and valleys on the moon.
Man other inventions were created during this time like Concave lens, telescope, magnetism and much more.
Period: 1530 to
late renaissanceThe Late Renaissance was artwork that typically took others work of art as models. The primary subject during this time was the human body often elongated, exaggerated, elegant and arranged in twisted poses. A famous art plece that was created during this time was the Perseus with the head of Medusa.
Period: 1545 to 1563
the reformationThe Protestant Reformation was a religious reform that swept through Europe in the 1500s. It resulted in the branch of Christianity called Protestantism which refers to many religious groups that separated the Roman Catholic Church. The Protestant Reformation began in Wittenberg, Germany on
October, 1517 when Martin Luther published a document of the 95 theses The 9,5 theses were 95 ideas about Christianitv that he invited people to debate with him