Challenge 2 History Timeline

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Aristotle

384 B.C. - 322 B.C.

A philosopher who influenced Thomas Aquianas and many others.

Constantine legalizes Christianity

312 A.D. - 313 A.D.

Ambrose of Milan

339 A.D. - 397 A.D.

A Biblical leader in The Middle Ages

Jerome

347 A.D. - 419 A.D.

A man later to become Saint Jerome. Many paintings and engravings were made after him.

Augustine

354 - 430

Leader during the Middle Ages

The Middle Ages

500 - 1400

The Middle Ages

Charlemange

742 A.D. - 815 A.D.

Charlemange, son of Pippen, became king of the Franks in 768 and was crowned emperor by Pope Leo the third in Rome on Christmas Day of 800

Gothic

1150 - 1500

Gothic styles were popular in Cathedrals and in other forms of art and architecture.

Thomas Aquianas

1225 - 1274

A theologian who put human reasoning equal with the word of God. Thomas Aquianas was very influenced by Aristotle, later putting Aristotle's beliefs just as high as God's. He was a Dominican, and studied at the universities in Naples and in Paris.

Dante

1265 - 1321

Dante was a writer during the Renaissance.

Dante's 'Divine Comedy'

1300 - 1320

Dante, a writer of the Renaissance, wrote this book.

The Renaissance

1300 - 1600

The Renaissance spanned from the 14th Century to the 17th Century

Jan Van Eyck

1390 - 1441

Jan Van Eyck created the Arnolfini Wedding

Arnolfini Portrait

1442 - 1443

Albrecht Durer

21 May 1471 - 6 April 1528

He created the Saint Jerome

Raphael

1483 - 1520

Raphael was a Renaissance artist, one of the greatest.

Mona Lisa

1503 - 1506

Leonardo Da Vinci paints the Mona Lisa

School of Athens

1510 - 1511

Raphael painted the 'School of Athens'.

Saint Jerome

1513 - 1514

An engraving by Albrecht Durer

Hals produces smiling portraits

1618 - 1619

Nightwatch

1641 - 1642

Rembrandt paints the Nightwatch