Renaissance Era
18th Century
French Revolution
Industrial Revolution
100
In the 14th century

When did the renaissance era begin?

100

Their mechanical inventions and innovations.

What is the 18th century known for?

100

The French rebelled against the government and killed the king and queen resulting in years of unrest. 

What happened in the French revolution?

100

It started in the late 18th century, around 1760. 

What year did the industrial revolution start?

200

Humanism was the main philosophy. 

What was the main philosophy during the renaissance era?

200

Nations were colonizing and a lot of global expansion and international trading happened. 

What was happening globally during this time?

200

He took power and took over France and conquered a big part of Europe.

Who is Napoleon and what did he do?

200

Manufactured steel

What became a more common building material?

300

The Middle ages

What was the period before the renaissance? 

300

Steam engines, iron production, canals and water travel, water-powered mills, production improvement

What were some of the biggest most turning inventions of this time?

300

This was a system where a landowner would control an area and rule it without election and solely because he was the land owner. 

What is feudalism?

300

Coal, it burned hotter

What replaced wood as a fuel?

400

The catholic church lost most of its influence and the protestant movement took over. 

What was the main church that lost a lot of its influence during this time?

400

America

What country fought for and won their independence in the 18th century?

400

This mainly started due to a financial crisis. 

What was the primary cause of the revolution?

400

Manufacturing of goods

What process blew up everywhere and grew tremedously?

500

Arts and sculptures and things that were lost when the middle ages came about. 

What things did people return to from before the middle ages?

500

Sailing ships were made faster and better increasing international trade. Many more canals and water ways were made and used which also increased travel and transport. 

 What happened with water transport in this era?

500

This was stormed by a huge mob of people and broke the doors and released all the prisoners. It was then broken down by hand because they had no explosives. 

What happened to the bastille?

500

This was switched from being done by hand to by mechanical or automatic looms. This was for cotton, linen and wool. 

What happened in the textile industry?

600

He is a very well known name in history being recognized for being a painter, draughtsman, engineer, scientist, theorist, sculptor, and architect. 

Who was Leonardo da vinci?

600

India fought the British for independence in the Anglo-Mysore war. They unfortunately did not gain independence. 

What was another war that Britain had in this era?

600

They were guillotined. 

How were the king and queen executed?

600

This became mainstream instead of just the wealthy. This ran trains, boats, engines powering factories and many more things. 

What happened with steam power?

700

The high renaissance. 

In what part of this era was the Mona Lisa made?

700

This was the defeat and end of the Scottish clan system.

What happened in the Battle of Culloden in 1746?

700

There were a lot of poor people who resented her because she lived in such luxury. The problems in the feudal system were not all her fault and the way she was treated was not exactly fair. 

Why did people hate Marie Antionette?

700

People flocked to the areas to get jobs. Many people moved off farms and into cities.

What happened to the people during this time?

800

The King James bible was printed and became the most popular. 

What bible was printed during these times?

800

Sugar, spices, tobacco, alcohol, firearms

What things grew in trade in this era?

800

They changed the time from 24 hours with 60 minutes in an hour and 60 seconds in a minute to, a 10-hour day, with 100 minutes per hour, and 100 seconds per minute. 

What was French revolutionary time system?

800

Because of the extensive amount of coal being used, the quality went down and the air was a lot dirtier and harder to breathe. 

What happened to the air quality and why?

900

They were a wealthy banker family that sponsored artists and encouraged on the humanist movement.

What was the Medici family known for?

900

George Washington

Who became president of the U.S?

900

Bread, because the flour prices skyrocketed. 

What food was considered a delicacy?

900

Nearly everyone had jobs and education was improving because of this people had money for the things they anted and the economy soared. 

What happened to the economy?

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