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Ottoman Empire Founded

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Mary Turner

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Ottoman Empire Founded
1299
Empire lasted over 600 years (ended in 1923)
Sacked Constantinople in 1453
Empire had strong military foundation
Ming Dynasty Begins
1368
Rebirth of Scholar-Gentry
Economic Growth
Development of the arts
Died out into Qing Dynasty
Beginning of Altlantic Slave Trade
1441
Portuguese were the first to engage in slave trade
Around 12 million slaves were shipped to the Americas
Russians Win Independence from Mongols
1472
Ivan the Great led rebellion against Mongols
United Russian city-states
Names himself tsar
First Europeans Land in the New World
1492
Christopher Columbus landed in the Americas after believing he had found a shorter route to Asia
Treaty of Tordesillias
1494
Divided the lands between the Spanish and Portuguese.
In the end, the Spanish recieved more land than the Portuguese.
Vasco da Gama’s Voyage to India
1498
Portuguese
Created an important trade route from Europe to India and East Indies.
Martin Luther's 95 Theses
1517

Luther disagreed with Catholic principles and corruption within the church
Nailed his 95 theses to door of Catholic church
Magellan circumnavigates the globe
1519
Spanish
Very first world-round expedition
Proved the world was round
Start of the Anglican Church (The Church of England)
1534
Founded by Henry VIII
Was created because he wanted a version of the church that would allow him a divorce
Part of the Protestant Reformation
First British colony settled in North America
1607
This was Jamestown
Led by John Smith
Christianity banned in Japan
1614
Officials were afraid of foreign influence
First forced all Christians out of Japan, banned Christianity, then closed all port cities
Reign of King Louis XIV
1643
Longest rule of any monarch in European history
Prime example of absolute monarchy
Life of Peter the Great
1696
Sought out Westernization
Made many successful reforms in Russian military, government, and society.
Expanded territory
Great Britain abolishes slavery in the West Indies
1833
Many revolts leading up to
Revolts lead to parliment voting against slavery
EARLY MODERN TIMELINE

MARY TURNER
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