Timeline for Reformation and Scientific Revoulution

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Reformation

01/01/1451

Printing press and Gutenberg bible printed

Reformation

1516

wrote a book that named problems in the church.
His work
laid the foundations for Luther's
Reformation

Luther posts 95 thesis

1517

William Tydale-translated the bible into english.

1525

This allowed people to read the bible and start to question the practices of corrupt church leaders.

King Henry VIII

1534

Ignatius of loyola

1534

he founded the Jesuits

Francis Xavier

1541

he was one of the of the original Jesuits

Inquisition

1542

Counsil of Trent

1545

Hugenots

1562

St.Bartholomew's day Massacre

1572

Treaty of westphalia

1648

ended of a thirty year war

Scientific Revolution

Christopher Columbus

1492

Discovered the Americas

Nicolaus Capernicus

1543

Tycho Brahe

1577

Emphasized 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.

Johannes Kepler

1600

Francis Bacon, Rene Descartes, and the Scientific method

1610 - 1625

Galileo Galilei

1613

sir isaac Newton

1687

Inventions

Microscope

1595

Zacharias Janssen invented the microscope in 1595, It lets us see small objects we can not see without a microscope. It got people to want to learn science. We use them today to learn new things about small objects.

Telescope

1608

Hans Lippershey invented the telescope in 1608, which lets you see a greater distance. It inspired people to want to learn more about science. We use it today to see far into space and discover new things in space.

Barometeter

1643

Evangelista Torricelli invented the Barometer in 1643, they used it to measure the pressure in the air. This made it easier for people to tell the air pressure.We use today to tell the air pressure.

Calculus

1684

Leibniz Newton invented it and it is the branch of mathematics that deals with the finding and properties and it impacted society by changing how we think about math.

Thermometer

1714

Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit invented the thermometer in 1714, It lets us tell how hot it is outside or how hot a liquid or a food is. It made it easier for people to accurately tell the temperature. We use it today to see how hot it is outside and how hot are food and liquids are.