June 15, 2020
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AP EURO TIMELINE
A timeline of a few of the Module 1, 2 and 3 Dates along with a few extras. Not guaranteed to be correct, but far more complete than the original. Color coded.
⟶ Updated 5 Oct 2017 ⟶
List of edits
COLOR CODE OCT 5:
Light Green: Periods
Dark Green: Scientists
Red: Notable Conflicts
Blue: Neutral Events
Orange: Reign of Leaders
5 Oct 2017
Peace of Augsburg
Edict of Nantes
Concordat of Bologna
Jan van Eyck's Paintings
Lorenzo Valla's False Donation
France Invades Florence, Hapsburg-Valois Wars
Court of the Start Chamber
Machiavelli writes The Prince
Sir Thomas More writes Utopia
Sack of Rome by HRE
Charles V: Hapsburg dynastic king of HRE & some of Spain. Demanded Luther recant.
Elizabeth I's Reign: Defeated Spanish Armada, established vague religious policy to bring peace
Catherine De Medici: Wife of Henry II. Catholic, and allied with Huguenots to gain power.
Henry II: Succeeded by wife. ^
Philip II: Spanish King, contained Ottomans, exploited religious conflict.
French Wars of Religion: Wars between Huguenots and Catholics. Resulted in Henry IV
Henry IV: Ascended as Catholic convert. Signed Edict of Nantes.
Council of Trent: Reformed Catholic Church.
Baroque art gains popularity (end not taught yet.)
Petrarch (Not a Leader, just Orange)
Laura Cereta and La Querre De Femmes
Rene Descartes ("De Cart")
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