Challenge II Western Cultural History

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Artists Styles/Periods

1400-1600 AD Italin Renaissance

1400 AD - 1600 AD

1400-1800 AD Renaissance

1400 AD - 1800 AD

1500-1600 AD Eupeion Renaissance

1500 AD - 1600 AD

1600-1700 AD Baroque

1600 AD - 1700 AD

1750-1880 AD Neo-Classicism

1750 AD - 1880 AD

1830-1850 AD Realism

1830 AD - 1850 AD

1870-1890 AD Impressionism

1870 AD - 1890 AD

Artists/works of Art

1395-1441 AD Jan Van Eyck

1395 AD - 1441 AD

1434 AD Van Eyck's Arnolfini Wedding

1434 AD

1452-1519 AD de Vinci

1452 AD - 1519 AD

1471-1528 AD Albrecht Durer

1471 AD - 1528 AD

1475-1564 AD Michelangelo

1475 AD - 1564 AD

1498-1500 AD Michelangelo's Pieta

1498 AD - 1500 AD

1503-1506 AD de Vinci's Mona Lisa

1503 AD - 1506 AD

1514 AD Durer's ST. Jerome

1514 AD

1541-1614 AD El Greco

1541 AD - 1614 AD

1597 AD El Greco's Resurrection

1597 AD

1606-1669 AD Rembrandt

1606 AD - 1669 AD

1632-1675 AD Johannes Vermeer

1632 AD - 1675 AD

1642 AD Rembrandt's Nightwatch

1642 AD

1658 AD Vermeer's The Kitchenmaid

1658 AD

1741-1827 AD Charles Willson Peale

1741 AD - 1827 AD

1770-1773 AD The Peale Family

1770 AD - 1773 AD

1801-1848 AD Thomas Cole

1801 AD - 1848 AD

1814-1875 AD Jean-Francois Millet

1814 AD - 1875 AD

1836-1910 AD Winslow Homer

1836 AD - 1910 AD

1836 AD Cole's The Oxbow

1836 AD

1840-1926 AD Claude Monet

1840 AD - 1926 AD

1850 AD Millet's The Sower

1850 AD

1872 AD Monet's Impression Sunrise

1872 AD

1872 AD Homer's Snap the Whip

1872 AD

Authors/Philosophers

345 AD-430 AD Augustine

354 AD - 430 AD

1225-1274 AD Aquinas

1225 AD - 1274 AD

Humanism

1320-1384 AD John Wycliffe

1320 AD - 1384 AD

1364-1415 AD John Huss

1364 AD - 1415 AD

Historical Events

70 AD The Destruction of Jerusalem by Rome

70 AD

286 AD Division of Roman Empire

286 AD

313 AD Edit of Milan

313 AD

325 AD 1st Council of Nicea

325 AD

476 AD Fall of Western Rome

476 AD

1095 AD First Crusade

1095 AD

1376-1417 AD The Great Schism

1376 AD - 1417 AD

A period of time when the Latin Church and two leaders or Popes one ruling in Avignon and another in Rome

1456 AD Gutenberg prints the bible

1456 AD

Aug. 31, 1575 95 Thesis

1575 AD

Martin Luther nailed the 95 thesis to the door of the chapel on All Hollows Day, the next day 9/1/1575 was all Saints Day a day when christians remembered the christians that were martered in Rome

Musical styles/Periods

1600-1700 Baroque Era

1600 - 1700

Composers/Musical Works

1678-1741 Antonio Vivaldi

1678 - 1741

1685-1750 Johann Sebastian Bach

1685 - 1750

1685-1759 George Fredric Handel

1685 - 1759

1732-1809 Joseph Hayden

1732 - 1809

1756-1791 Motzart

1756 - 1791

1770-1827

1770 - 1827

1786-1826 Carl Maria von Weber

1786 - 1826

1803-1869 Hector Berlioz

1803 - 1869

1809-1847 Felix Mendelssohn

1809 - 1847

1810-1856 Robert Schumann

1810 - 1856

1810-1849 Frederic Chopin

1810 - 1849

1833-1897 Johannes Brahms

1833 - 1897

British Literature

1343-1400 Geoffrey Chaucer

1343 - 1400

Canterbury Tales

1608-1674 John Milton

1608 - 1674

Paradise Lost

1628-1688 John Bunyan

1628 - 1688

The Pilgrim's Progress

1659-1731 Daniel Defoe

1659 - 1731

Robinson Crusoe

1667-1745 Johnathan Swith

1667 - 1745

Gulliver's Travels

1775-1817 Jane Austen

1775 - 1817

Pride and Prejudice

1812-1870 Charles Dickens

1812 - 1870

A Tale of Two Cities

1816-1855 Charlotte Bronte

1816 - 1855

Jane Eyre

1832-1898 Lewis Carroll

1832 - 1898

Alice in Wonderland

1874-1936 G. K. Chesterton

1874 - 1936

Favorite Father Brown Mysteries

1879-1970 E. M. Forster

1879 - 1970

A Passage to India

1892-1973 J. R. R. Tolkien

1892 - 1973

The Hobbit

1898-1963 C. S. Lewis

1898 - 1963

Out of the Silent Planet, The Screwtape Letters

1903-1990 Malcolm Muggeridge

1903 - 1990

Something Beautiful for God

1903-1950 George Orwell

1903 - 1950

Animal Farm

1913-1995 Ellis Peters

1913 - 1995

A Morbid Taste for Bones