aztec and medeival europe
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Fall of the Roman Empire
Notre dame paris built 1163
Leaning tower of pisa built 1173- 1372
Hagia Sophia opened in turkey 537
Basilica of St. Sernin in Toulouse, France built 1070- 1120
Guillaume Tirel, a French chef, published his cookbook Le Viandier in 1380
Maître Chiquart an influential chef wrote Du fait de cuysine which was a collection of popular recipes
Limbourg brothers created paintings for Très Riches Heures du Duc de Berry book between 1412-1416
Simone Martini in 1328 created possibly one of the only Sienese paintings that did not serve a religious purpose.
Donatello created a sculpture called The Ascension and was praised for delicate carving and called a masterpiece (1433–35)
1888- plasterboard invented to use instead of other traditional materials
Glass windows became more widely popular than the traditional shutters.
electric light bulb invented which allowed people to light homes without traditional method of windows.
In 1866, Sherwin-Williams invented a paint that could be used from the tin without preparation.
1000 CE Guido D'Arezzo created sheet music and the common music tongue that is still used today.
1891 first electric oven created instead of traditional log fires.
canned food and food preservations became popular instead of traditional ways.
late 17th century soldiers stopped wearing armour instead wearing more modern lightweight clothes
1095-1291 the crusades meant they could import silks and other materials from different countries which is still in practice today
1422- The reign of King Henry VI, The Medici family rises to prominence in Florence. Italian fashions influence the English court
1300- Guillaume de Machaut the first composer to write single-handedly a polyphonic setting of the mass ordinary,
Dark Ages 500 CE- 1000 CE
High Middle Ages 1000 CE- 1300 CE
Late Middle Ages 1300 CE- 1500 CE
Romanesque architecture 800-1200
Gothic architecture 1100- 1450
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