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World History: Renaissance and Reformation
World History: Renaissance and Reformation
World History: Renaissance and Reformation
World History: Renaissance and Reformation
World History: Renaissance and Reformation
World History: Renaissance and Reformation
World History: Renaissance and Reformation
World History: Renaissance and Reformation
World History: Renaissance and Reformation
World History: Renaissance and Reformation
World History: Renaissance and Reformation
World History: Renaissance and Reformation
World History: Renaissance and Reformation
World History: Renaissance and Reformation
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  • 1. Renaissanceand Reformation Europe in Transition
  • 2. Birth of the Middle Charles the GreatAges Left: Charlemagne, a.k.a. Charles the Great Above: Charlemagne’s empire
  • 3. The Medieval World - Feudalism
  • 4. The Medieval World - Guilds To become a guild man, one had to go through 3 stages: lowest was apprentice, next was journeyman, and top-ranking stage was master
  • 5. The Medieval World The Magna Carta In 1215 King John of England was forced by vassals to signthe Magna Carta
  • 6. The Church of the Middle Ages - Crusades
  • 7. Above: The land route of the Silk Road Left: A person being tortured during the Spanish InquisitionThe Church of the Middle Ages Effects of the Crusades
  • 8. The Church of the Middle Ages Black Death Hits Europe
  • 9. The Renaissance Florence, Writing, and Painting Above: The Sistine ChapelTop Right: A depiction of discovering Florence, Italy during the Renaissance Bottom Right: Mona Lisa by da Vinci
  • 10. The Renaissance The Renaissance Spreads Above: Gutenberg Bible Middle Top: William Shakespeare Middle Bottom: Lady Greensleves (click here to listen to the song)Far Right: Gutenberg and his printing press
  • 11. The Reformation : Questioning Tradition Luther wrote the 95 Theses and nailed itto a cathedral door on October 31, 1517
  • 12. The Reformation:Questioning Tradition contd. . . Pope Leo X John Calvin
  • 13. After the Reformation, Western Europe would never again under one Church. The power of the Church was weakened and the power of local rulers increased.The Counter Reformation
  • 14. Picture Citations Slide 2  Slide 8  nndb.com  historyonthenet.com  uncp.edu  novaonline.nvcc.edu Slide 3  themiddleages.net  medieval-castles.org  Slide 9  etc.usf.edu  newsblog.aboutitaly.net Slide 4  bc.edu  groups.drupal.org  vaticanotours.com  traditioninaction.org  Slide 10  cookit.e2bn.org  shakespeare.mit.edu Slide 5  rossettiarchive.org  archives.gov  jessezmuseum.wikispaces.com  worldgallery.co.uk  hrc.utexas.edu Slide 6  Slide 11  historyofjihad.org  religionfacts.com  catholiceducation.org  the-highway.com  medievaltymes.com  Slide 12  western-civilisation.com  en.wikipedia.org Slide 7  davepohl.com  library.thinkquest.org  Slide 13  history.howstuffworks.com  users.humboldt.edu  historyonthenet.com

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