AP World 1450-1750

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Holy Roman Empire

962 - 1806

Neoconfucianism

1130 - 1750

Oottoman Empire

1299 - 1922

Ming Dynasty

1368 - 1644

Zheng He

1371 - 1433

Prince Henry The Navigator

1394 - 1460

Explorer that made great advances in maritime voyaging

Gutenburg

1398 - 1488

Mehmed 2

1429 - 1481

Sunni Ali

1440 - 1492

Inca

1450 - 1520

Spain

1450 - 1750

Portugal

1450 - 1750

Aztec

1450 - 1533

France

1450 - 1750

England

1450 - 1750

Russia

1450 - 1750

Songhai

1450 - 1750

Chistopher Columbus

1451 - 1506

First to reach the Americas

Barolomeu Dias

1451 - 1500

Sailed around Cape of Good Hope

Martin Luther

1453 - 1546

Wrote the 95 theses. Believed to have started Protestant Reformation.

Ottoman capture of Constantinople

1453 - 1454

Ottomans took over, sacked, pillaged, and raped Constantinople.

Montezuma

1466 - 1520

Vasco de Gama

1469 - 1529

Sailed from Europe straight to India

Machiavelli

1469 - 1527

Pizarro

1471 - 1541

Copernicus

1473 - 1543

Vasco De Balboa

1475 - 1519

Crossed the Isthmus of Panama into the Pacific.

Spanish Inquisition

1481 - 1834

Cortez

1485 - 1547

Shah Ismail

1487 - 1524

Dias Rounds the Cape of Good Hope

1488 - 1489

This is when the Spanish explorer Dias rounded the Cape of Good Hope, opening up ages of Indian Ocean commerce, and bringing Europe into that area.

Columbian Exchange

1492 - 1750

Columbus and the Reconquista of Spain

1492 - 1493

This began Columbus’ voyages to the Americas and the Spanish fire that was the Reconquista.

Treaty of Tordesillas

1494 - 1495

Sulieman

1497 - 1566

Atahualpa

1497 - 1533

Triangle trade diaspora

1500 - 1750

Safavid empire

1501 - 1722

The First Slaves to the Americas

1502 - 1503

First slaves from Africa shipped to America

John calvin

1509 - 1564

Battle of Chaldrian

1514 - 1515

Martin Luther~ 95 theses

1517 - 1518

Protestant reformation begins

Protestant Reformation

1517 - 1648

Cortez conquered the Aztecs

1521 - 1522

Executed leader of the Aztecs

Cortez conquers Aztecs

1521 - 1522

Executes Aztec leader

Mughal Empire

1526 - 1757

Pizarro ends Inca empire

1533 - 1534

Soon after Cortez Pizarro ends Inca

Akbar

1542 - 1605

Tokugawa Ieyasu

1543 - 1616

Counter reformation

1545 - 1648

Concil of Trent

1548 - 1563

Matteo ricci

1552 - 1616

joint stock companies

1553 - 2013

Gailleo

1564 - 1642

The Defeat of the Ottoman Navy at the Battle of Lepanto

1571 - 1572

decline of ottoman control

Thomaas Hobbes

1588 - 1679

The British defeat the Spanish Armada

1588 - 1589

British dominance begins to flourish

tokugawa shogunate

1600 - 1848

East India Company

1600 - 1848

Beginning of Tokugawa Shogunte

1600 - 1601

The Battle of Sekigahara, which marks the Tokugawa rule in Japan and the unification of Japan as a nation.

Jamestown

1607 - 1608

quebec

1608 - 1609

30 years war

1618 - 1648

This was the war between religions and countries in Europe. Catholics and protestants and Hapsburgs and Bourbons duked it out on the battlefield.

John Locke

1632 - 1704

Louis XIV

1638 - 1715

He was a powerful King of France and caled the Sun King. He was a good example of an absolute monarch.

Dutch Learning

1641 - 1853

Qing Dynasty

1644 - 1921

Forbidden City

1644 - 1800

Kangxi

1654 - 1722

Peter/Catherine the Great

1672 - 1725

These two were great Russian rulers who brought Russia out of the dark ages and Westernized the country.

Failed Siege of Vienna

1683 - 1684

The ottomans failed siege of Vienna, again, marked a further decline of their influence and power.

Glorious Revolution

1689 - 1690

This was the finalization of the English Bill of Rights and the Treaty of Nerchinsk, which marked an era of peace in Europe.

Voltaire

1694 - 1778

Qianlong

1711 - 1799

Roseau

1712 - 1788

Adam Smith

1723 - 1790

7 years war

1754 - 1763

Enlightenment

1800