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    1300
    (1285-1314) Philip IV of France.
    1328 – Flanders woring-class revolt
    (1305-1337) Giotto’s paintings mark emergence of artistic renaissance.
    (1330-1384) John Wyclif
    (1337-1453) Hundred Year’s War. England Vs. France.
    (1300-1450) “Little Ice Age” = European economic depression
    (1347 – 1720) Black Death
    1350
    1350 – Petrarch begins to develop humanism
    (1350-1450) Height of the Hanseatic League
    (1350-1559) Merchant oligarchies/despots rule Italian city-states.
    1358 – French working-class revolt
    1378 – Florence working-class revolt
    (1378 – 1417) Great Schism
    1381 – English working-class revolt
    (1377-1446) Brunelleschi, Florentine Architect
    (1387-1400) Chaucer, “The Canterburry Tales”
    1400
    (1400-1650) Population decline. Peasants’ revolts. High labor costs contribute to decline of serfdom in W. Europe.
    (1400’s) Height of Renaissance
    (1401-1428) Masaccio
    (1414-1418) Council of Constance ends The Great Schism
    (1429-1431) Joan of Arc led french armies to victories during the 100 year’s war.
    1434 – Medici dominance of florence begins
    1438 – Pragmatic Sanction of Bourges gives France more power over Papal officials
    (1440-1510) Botticelli
    1450
    (1400-1650) Population decline. Peasants’ revolts. High labor costs contribute to decline of serfdom in W. Europe.(1450-1500) German princes consolidate power.
    (1400-1500) Balkan Slaves into
    Mediterranean, African slaves to Iberia and Italy.
    1450 – European printing press
    (1452-1519) Leonardo DaVinci
    1453 – Ottoman Turks/Mahomet II take Constantinople
    (1455-73) English War of the Roses
    (1471-1528) Durer
    (1475-1528) Michelangelo
    1478 – Spanish inquisition established
    (1483-1520) Raphael
    1492 – Columbus reaches the Americas
    1492 – Ferdinand and Isabella complete reconquista
    1492 – Jews expelled from Spain
    1494 – France invades Italy
    1500
    (1400-1650) Population decline. Peasants’ revolts. High labor costs contribute to decline of serfdom in W. Europe.
    (1400-1500) Balkan Slaves into Mediterranean, African slaves to Iberia and Italy.
    1509 – Erasmus, The Praise of Folly
    1513 – Machiavelli’s The Prince
    1513 – Balboa discovers the Pacific
    1516 – Moore’s Utopia
    1517 – Luther’s 95 Theses
    (1519-1556) Charles V, Holy Roman emperor
    (1519-1522)Magellan’s crew circumnavigates the world
    (1521-1559) Habsburg-Valois Wars
    (1524-25) German Peasant’s revolt
    1528 – Castiglione, The Courtier
    (1532-34) Henry VIII breaks with the RCC
    1535 – Ursuline order established by Merici
    (1540-1690) Scientific Revolution
    1540 – Loyola establishes Society of Jesus
    1541 – Calvin makes Geneva a theocracy
    1543 – Copernicus, On the Revolutions of the Heavenly Bodies
    (1545-1563) Council of Trent reforms Catholocism.
    1555 – Peace of Augsburg officially recognizes Lutheranism.
    1550
    (1400-1650) Population decline. Peasants’ revolts. High labor costs contribute to decline of serfdom in W. Europe.
    (1540-1690) Scientific Revolution
    (1550-1725) Baroque movement. Reubens, Velasquez
    (1556-1591) Philip II of Spain
    (1566-1598) Revolt of the Netherlands
    (1563-1642) Galileo
    (1564-1616) Shakespeare
    (1571-1630) Kepler
    1572 – St. Bartholomew’s Day massacre in France.
    (1578-1657) Harvey
    1588 – English defeat of the Spanish Armada
    1598 – Montaigne’s “Essays”
    1598 – Henry IV issues Edict of Nantes
    (1598-1613) Russian “Time of Troubles”
    1600
    (1400-1650) Population decline. Peasants’ revolts. High labor costs contribute to decline of serfdom in W. Europe.
    (1540-1690) Scientific Revolution(1598-1613) Russian “Time of Troubles”
    1618 – Thirty Year’s War begins
    (1624-43) Richelieu influences French government
    1650
    (1540-1690) Scientific Revolution

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