May 18, 1429
Joan of ArcThe house of Burgundy sided with the English. Finally in 1429 with the help of Joan of Arc, Charles VII of orleans was crownded king of France. the French baked their king and drove the English out.
Jan 1, 1450
The Bible was translated into Englishin the 1450's, and the first book to ever be printed was the Bible. It was, however, in Latin rather than English. With the onset of the Reformation in the early 1500's, the first printings of the Bible in the English language were produced...illegally and at great personal risk of those involved. Martin Luther declared his intolerance with the Roman Curch's corruption on Halloween in 1517, by nailing 95 Theses of Contention to the Wittenberg Door. Luther, who would be exiled in the months follo
Oct 31, 1451
Chirstopher ColumbusHe is a Genoan navigator,. He has studied the writign of Marco Polo and Ptolemys decription from around the world. Columbus belieced that the a shorter route to Asia could be found by sailing westward instead of sailing around the tip of Africa. He had 3 small ships, Nina, Pinta and the Santa Maria.
Jan 1, 1463
England cannot wear purple or gold.Ancient Rome were various laws passed to prevent inordinate expense in banquets and dress, such as the use of expensive Tyrian purple dye. Individual garments were also regulated: ordinary male citizens were allowed to wear the toga virilis only upon reaching the age of political majority. In the early years of the Empire, men were forbidden to wear silk, and details of clothing including the number of stripes on the tunic were regulated according to social rank.
Jan 1, 1500
Leonardo De CapprioHe drew a sketch of a device, the chimney jack, that rotated due to the effect of hot gases flowing up a chimney. It looked like a device that used hot air to rotate a spit. The hot air came from the fire and rose upward to pass through a series of fan like blades that turned the roasting spit.