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a timeline of the middle ages
Created by acorn
on Oct 13, 2008
Last updated: 03/10/10 at 04:39 PM
By posting these 95 theses, it attacked papal abuses. They showed Mathin Luthers dipleasure with the sale of indulgences. It encouraged other to show their complaints about the church as well.
The ceiling michalangelo painted on the chapel is one of his finest accomplishments. Other people helped him build the chapel.
John Calvin became a preacher and lecturer in Geneva.
On his first voyage, Columbus was on his way to China but discovered America instead.
Copernicus starts his studies when he becomes the friend and asisstant of a astronomer which helps him get interested.
Raphael is one of the greatest masters during his period of time. He was an artist and had his own workshop. Unfortunatley, he died at a young age of 37.
His workshop was located in his hometown, Florence and was able to work on his paintings.
The Printing Press was created by Gutenberg and with it they were able to print things such as newspapers.
His bible, the Gutenberg Bible, is his major work and he built the printing press.
It was the death that killed in a week and transformed Britain.
The Crusades were meant to be a success, but ended up as a failure.
The Crusades were considered a holy war, and there were a series of them.
The Papacy also declares that the Pope is the spiritual leader of the Church.
The Battle of Hastings was the decisive Norman victory.
William was promised the throne by Edward.
The church splits in Roman Catholic and Easten Orthodox. One reason they split is because they had different opinions about who was the most noble in church.
After his death, Charlemagne is now regarded as the founding father of Europe.
With Charlemagne, the romans conquered a lot of land such France, Belgium, Switzerland and The Netherlands
The Fall of Rome led to the Middle Ages