The Influence of Cultural Revolutions

By Coop05
  • 1440

    Printing press created

    The modern printing press was created by johannes gutenberg in 1440
  • 1450

    Printing Press Spreads

    The Printing Press was spread commercially around the World.
  • 1451

    Christopher Columbus

    Christopher Columbus the next great explorer is born, he will grow to discover the americas.
  • 1452

    Leonardo Da Vinci

    Leonardo Da Vinci was born April 15, 1452
  • 1454

    The Bible is Published

    Gutenberg's Bible is Published
  • 1473

    Nicolas Copernicus

    Nicholas Copernicus was born in 1473 he will grow up to be the face of science for the new era.
  • 1492

    Columbus discovers the bahamas

    On October 12, 1492, Italian explorer Christopher Columbus made landfall in what is now the Bahamas. Columbus and his ships landed on an island that the native Lucayan people called Guanahani.
  • 1504

    Michelangelo finishes David

    It took four days but in 1504 Michelangelo finally finished david, they placed it in piazza della signoria.
  • 1507

    Copernicus publishes his book

    The book commentariolus spreads and becomes very popular it helped fuel the scientific revolution.
  • 1517

    Martin Luther Protests the Catholic Church

    In 1517 Martin Luther found out that another religious leader had been saying you could be free of your sins payed the catholic church or buying indulgences.
  • 1521

    Diet of the worms

    Luther appears at the Diet before Charles V, emperor of the Holy Roman Empire, to to answer charges of heresy. On refusing to recant, he is declared a heretic and formally banned from the Catholic Church by Pope Leo X.
  • 1522

    Reformation Spreads

    The reformation spread to switzerland, Huldrych zwingli is its leader, luther and him don't agree on much.
  • 1525

    The Anabaptist Movement Begins

    The anabaptist movement began in 1525 the anabaptist movement was an offset of protestanism, or an movement of its own.
  • 1543

    Nicolas Copernicus Theory

    His theory was that the earth rotated around the sun, and all the other planets, but he died because of this theory.
  • 1564

    Galileo Galilei

    Galileo Galilei is born in 1564, he will become a great astronomer. He will be known as the father of science he discovered jupiters moons, phases of venus, and the stars of the milky way.
  • Galileo's Trial

    The debate over whether scientific teaching should conform with literalist interpretations of the Bible did not begin, as many assume, with the trial of John Scopes in 1925.
  • Galileo Galilei Publishes a New theories

    While galileo was under house arrest he wrote one of his greatests works, he discovered the laws of motion.
  • Issac Newton

    Isaac Newton, an english physicist and mathematician was born. He is considered a key figure in the scientific revolution.
  • Galileo dies

    Galileo was found guilty of heresy, he went completely blind in 1638 and suffered from a hernia and insomnia.
  • Robert Hooke Publishes his famous book the Micrographia

    Robert Hooke (1635-1702) publishes his famous Micrographia, which includes useful and stunning etchings of his microscopic observations, the most famous, perhaps, Hooke's flea
  • Issac Newton builds the first reflecting telescope

    Isaac Newton (1642-1727) builds his first reflecting telescope; the design, which includes an eyepiece and a concave mirror, is known today as 'Newtonian'.
  • Newton announces his Colors theory

    Newton tried to get his theory approved by the royal society, newton was very confident but there were multiple problems. But was not accpeted.
  • Robert Hooke dies

    March 3 - Robert Hooke dies; Newton decides to go forward in publishing his work on optics; November 30 - Newton is elected President of Royal Society
  • Newton is Knighted

    April 16, Newton is Knighted by Queen Anne in Cambridge, thereafter, he is known as Sir Isaac Newton.
  • Issac Newton Dies

    March 18 - Newton's health fails, he collapses and borders on death; shortly thereafter, Newton dies at Kensington between 1.00 and 2.00am. On 28 March his body lays in state in Westminster Abbey where he is buried on 4 April.