During the period between 1450

Council of Trent - This was an assembly of bishops, cardinals, and other important church authorities who would meet to discuss reform and issues of doctrine. Inthe territory of the Duchy of Burgundy was annexed by France.

1450 ce

The interconnection of the Eastern and Western hemispheres made possible by transoceanic voyaging marked a key transformation of this period. The siege of Belgrade has been characterized as having "decided the fate of Christendom ".

European maritime empires

Beyond the Maritime empires and the effect of their establishment , many huge land empires emerged most notably the Islamic Mughal and Ottoman Empires. Changing patterns of long-distance trade included the global circulation of some commodities and the formation of new regional markets and financial centers. This is important because they could influence them towards policies that would benefit the church and in their missionary efforts would make Christianity a widespread even global religion. Like the sunspots and moons of Jupiter and the mountains on the moon which changed peoples view of space as a whole. North Atlantic crossings spurred European search for new routes. Mughal Dynasty - The Mughal Dynasty in India was started by Babbar "the elephant" but the leader who truly brought it to its grandeur was Akbar. Creation of a global economy because of silver trade. Her marriage would have enormous implications for the political balance of Europe. This was important because it is what gave Portugal Brazil and Spain everywhere else and there rule impacted the future of these lands a lot.

This outline reflects the most recent revisions to the course. Competition over trade routes, state rivalries, and local resistance made things difficult.

Early modern empires

Reign of Akbar - Akbar was a terrific, charismatic, absolutist leader of the Mughal Empire. I'm talking about the Spanish Empire. Existing regional patterns of trade intensified in the context of the new global circulation of goods. Plantation economy in the Americas increased demand for slaves. Although it was illegal to trade slaves slavery was still legal so some slaves were still being sold and shipped illegally. Steel swords, muskets, cannons, horses,disease, and alliances made with people who did not like the Mexica is what gave them there advantage. This is important because they could influence them towards policies that would benefit the church and in their missionary efforts would make Christianity a widespread even global religion. Columbian Exchange connected the hemispheres. Royal support for the English Reformation began with his heirs, the devout Edward VI and the renowned Elizabeth I , whilst daughter Mary I temporarily reinstated papal authority over England. The Renaissance [22] was a cultural movement that spanned roughly the 14th to the 17th century, beginning in Italy in the Late Middle Ages and later spreading to the rest of Europe. Each government determined the religion of their own state. The interconnection of the Eastern and Western hemispheres made possible by transoceanic voyaging marked a key transformation of this period. Charles has often been regarded as the last representative of the feudal spirit—a man who possessed no other quality than a blind bravery.

And in they fall to a Moroccan army because of subject revolts. He was important because he started Calvinism which would use missionaries to spread their protestant ideas.

1450-1750 period

Changing patterns of long-distance trade included the global circulation of some commodities and the formation of new regional markets and financial centers. In other fields, there is far more continuity through the period such as warfare and science. North Atlantic crossings spurred European search for new routes. Claude de Lorraine was the first Duke of Guise , from to his death. So, here is the Early Modern Period The emergence of cultural and political dominance of the Western world during this period is known as the Great Divergence. Plantation economy in the Americas increased demand for slaves. Charles has often been regarded as the last representative of the feudal spirit—a man who possessed no other quality than a blind bravery. This is a new Europe. Mercantilist policies used by Europeans to finance and compete in global trade. Creation of a global economy because of silver trade. American foods potatoes, maize, manioc and cash crops sugar, tobacco spread to Afro-Eurasia.

Machiavelli is most famous for a short political treatise, The Princea work of realist political theory. However, "Renaissance" is properly used in relation to a diverse series of cultural developments that occurred over several hundred years in many different parts of Europe—especially central and northern Italy —and it spans the transition from late medieval civilization to the opening of the early modern period.

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