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printing press and getenberg bible printed

1451 - 1452

the printing press was good for the people because it was more faster to print and easier to print. it help people alot and people like it. Getenberg was born in 1395. And he die in February 3, 1468 he was a german.

Christopher Columbus-

1492 - 1543

Discovered the Americas.

erasmus

1516 - 1517

Erasmus wrote a book that named problems in the church his work laid the foundations for Luther reformation.

luther post 95 thesis

1517 - 1518

in 1547 he hang a copy of 95 theses and they put in on the door in witteberg.

willam

1525 - 1526

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

king henry v111-

1534 - 1535

king Henry was the king of England from the 21 April 1509until he dies. first he was a lord the he became a king of Ireland. He died on January 28 1547.

ignatius of loyola

1534 - 1535

He founded the Jesuits (the Society of Jesus). The Jesuits were one of the major spearheads of the Counter-Reformation.

francis xavier

1541 - 1542

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.

inqustion

1542 - 1543

The Inquisition was a group of institutions within the judicial system of the Roman Catholic Church whose aim was to combat heresy. It started in 12th-century

Nicolaus Copernicus-

1543 - 1577

Copernicus publis

council and trent

1545 - 1546

was an Ecumenical Council of the Roman Catholic Church. It is considered to be one of the Church's most councils.

hugentos

1562 - 1572

was another name for French Protestants

telescope

1570 - 1619

Hans Lippershey who invented the telescope but it was the first telescope built.

St. Bartholomew’s Day Massacre

1572 - 1598

when Catholics attack and kill protestant in France.

Tycho Brahe-

1577 - 1600

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

Microscope

1590 - 1675

Zacharias Janssen he was the first person to use the microscope,

Edict of Nantes

1598 - 1648

granting religious freedom in most of the France.

Johannes Kepler-

1600 - 1613

who discovered about planets orbit the sun in elliptical,not circulars, orbits. and he also discovered that planets move faster when they are closer to the sun.

Galileo Galilei

1613 - 1687

man who studied that sky to performed the experiments to learn about motion mechanics and cool stuff.

Sir Isaac Newton

1642 - 1727

he discovered that the force of the gravity pulls the moon toward the earth.

Treaty of Westphalia-

1648 - 1649

Ended the Thirty Year’ War. It allowed rulers to determine whether their countries would be Catholic or Protestant. This is the beginning s of freedom of religion in the United States.

Treaty of Westphalia-

1648 - 1649

Ended the Thirty Year’ War. It allowed rulers to determine whether their countries would be Catholic or Protestant. This is the beginning s of freedom of religion in the United States.

thermometer

1668 - 1736

Daniel Gabriel the first guy to use was to study planets was Galileo.

Calculus

1670

developed the use of calculus in his laws of motion and gravitation.