A period in history that marks the bridge between the Middle Ages and modern history.
200 precise drawings of the human body--with the help of dissecting human bodies (often executed criminals)
experimental method, law of inertia
William Shakespeare's work reflects the impact of contacts and conquest.
This event ends with the execution of Charles I
law of universal gravitation
This rule ended in the reestablishment of the monarchy with Charles II
philosopher committed to individual freedom
influential social satire considered first major works of the Enlightenment
Wrote: On the Different Races of Man
enclosure: fencing around fields--as opposed to previously used Open Field system
critique of government regulation of trade and industry
British acts passed to limit the workday of child laborers
Insurrection and collapse of the government follow
Austria, Germany and Italy
An alliance between Russia, Britain and France