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Lecture on developments in Europe during the Early Modern Period.

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    • Early Modern Europe: What made Europe more “modern” between 1450 and 1750? AP World History Richard Smart Oakland Mills High School
    • Context and Continuities
      • Political
      • Germanic Kingdoms
      • Monarchies
      • Catholic Church
      • Regionalism
      • Autonomous cities
      • Social
      • Feudal system
      • Patriarchy
      • Catholic church
      • Economic
      • Manorial system
      • Trading guilds
    • Changes in Society Social Changes in Europe 1450 - 1750 Renaissance 1300s – 1500s Reformation 1500s – 1600s Enlightenment 1700s – 1800s Scientific Revolution 1400s – 1700s
      • German Reformation
      • 2 nd Reformation
      • English Reformation
      • Counter Reformation
      • Wars of Religion
      • Italy
      • Art
      • Anatomy
      • Politics
      • Northern Renaissance
      • Renaissance Science
      • Empirical Research
      • Natural Laws
      • Medicine
      • Natural Laws & Deism
      • Philosophes
      • Reason
      • Gender roles
    • Changes in Politics
      • New Monarchy
      • 1400s & 1500s
      • English, French & Spanish Nation-States
      • Centralization of rule
      • Absolutism
      • 1600s & 1700s
      • Divine Rights of Kings
      • Increased centralization of taxes and Military
      • Constitutional Rule
      • 1600s – Present
      • England & Holland
      • Parliamentary Monarchy & Republic
    • Changes in Economics
      • Increasing trade
      • Mercantilism
        • Government control of trade
        • Control more bullion through trade
        • Encouraged colonies
      • Capitalism
        • Adam Smith – The Wealth of Nations 1776
        • Laissez-Faire