World History: Renaissance and Reformation

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World History: Renaissance and Reformation

  1. 1. Renaissanceand Reformation Europe in Transition
  2. 2. Birth of the Middle Charles the GreatAges Left: Charlemagne, a.k.a. Charles the Great Above: Charlemagne’s empire
  3. 3. The Medieval World - Feudalism
  4. 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. 5. The Medieval World The Magna Carta In 1215 King John of England was forced by vassals to signthe Magna Carta
  6. 6. The Church of the Middle Ages - Crusades
  7. 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. 8. The Church of the Middle Ages Black Death Hits Europe
  9. 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. 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. 11. The Reformation : Questioning Tradition Luther wrote the 95 Theses and nailed itto a cathedral door on October 31, 1517
  12. 12. The Reformation:Questioning Tradition contd. . . Pope Leo X John Calvin
  13. 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. 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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