Revolution and Scientific Revolution Timeline

Printing Press and Gutenberg Bible printed-

Printing Press and Gutenberg Bible printed-

1451 - 1516

Erasmus wrote a book that named problems in the church. His work laid the foundation for Luther's REFORMATION.

Luther post 95 thesis-

Luther post 95 thesis-

1517 - 1525

William Tyndale-translated the bible into English. This allowed people to read the bible and start to question the practices of corrupt church leaders.

Counter Reformation

Counter Reformation

1534 - 1541

1534-Ignatius of Loyola- He founded the Jesuits (the Society of Jesus). The Jesuits were one of the major spearheads of the Counter-Reformations.
1542-Inquesition-
1545-Council of Trent-
1541-Francis Xavier- He was one of the original Jesuits and one of the greatest missionaries of all time. He was invited to go to the East Indies by John III of Portugal.

Effects of the Reformation

Effects of Reformation

1562 - 1648

1562-Hugenots-
1572-St. Batholomew's Day Massacre-
1598-Edict of Nantes-
1648- Treaty of Westphalia- Ended the thirty Year' War.It allowed rulers to determine weather their countries would would be Catholic or Photostats. This is the beginnings of freedom of religion in the United States.

Chapter 13- Scientific Revolution

Scientific Revolution

1492 - 1625
  1. Discoveries a. 1492- Christopher Columbus- Discovered America. b. 1543- Nicolaus Copernicus- c. 1577- Tycho Brahe- Emphasizes the importance of careful observations and detailed, accurate records. He charted the positions of more than 750 stars. This made evidence and facts important to d. 1600- Johannes Kepler- e. 1613- Galileo Galilei-
    f. Sir Isaac Newton- g. 1610-1625- Frances Bacon, Rene Descartes and the Scientific Method-

Inventions

Inventions

1570

Telescope- Hans Lippershey invented the Telescope. The telescope helps see from far away. The telescope impacts society today by helping out see better. The telescope is used today bye seeing the solar system.
Microscope-