Social Studies timeline

  • Oct 21, 1095


    The Crusades were a Christian Military that went to the holy land and tried to get it from the Muslims.
  • Oct 17, 1300

    Fall of The Roman Empire

    Fall of The Roman Empire
    The Roman Empire was from about 300 - 1300.
  • Oct 17, 1300

    Byzantine Empire

    Byzantine Empire
    The empire of the eastern part of the Roman Empire.
  • Oct 18, 1340

    Late Middle Ages

    Late Middle Ages
    The black death was still going on.
  • Oct 17, 1347

    Middle Ages

    Middle Ages
    Middle Ages was when the black death started. It killed millions of peoples. It was caused from rats and bacteria.
  • Oct 18, 1347

    Black Death

    Black Death
    The Black Death killed millions of people. It was caused from a bacteria called Y. Pestis.
  • Oct 18, 1350


    In the Renaissance people did lots of paintings and sculptures.
  • Nov 24, 1360

    Petrarch (1304-1374)

    He was best known for discovering and translating ancient classical Greek and Roman texts.
    He was christian.
  • Nov 24, 1395

    Filippo Brunelleschi (1377-1446)

    He was the first to use perspective. He designed the octagonal domeof the Florence Cathedral.
  • Nov 24, 1398

    Donatello (1386-1466)

    He developed a unique technique for casting bronze statues that was used by later artists.
  • Nov 24, 1480

    Erasmus (466-1536)

    He was a srong defender of the Catholic Church. He believed the bible should be translated from Latin and Greek into Europe's language so more people could read it.
  • Nov 24, 1482

    Pietro Perugino (1481-1482)

    He used techniques developed by Brunellesci to show perspective in his paintings.
  • Nov 24, 1485

    Guillaume Bude (1467-1540)

    Bude was in charge of the King's library. He believed lawyers should study the texts in the origional Latin and ignore the interpretations.
  • Feb 9, 1550

    Spread of Christianity

    They tried to come into Japan and convert their people from buddhism to Christianity.
  • Nov 24, 1555

    Michel de Montaigne (1533-1592)

    He was a french philosopher. Montaigne believed that friendship, love and courage should be the basics of human actions.
  • The Edo Period

    The Edo Period was a time period when Japan was isolated. No one was aloud to leave Japan and no one was aloud to come to Japan.
  • Masaccio (1401-1428)

    He was the first painter to use both lineurand aerial perspective.
  • Sofonisba Anguissola (1427-1428)

    She was the daughter of a wealthy nobleman from Verona. The pope owned one of her paintings.