Renaissance/Protestant Revolution Dates

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  1. Rule of Savanorola/Burt as a heretic
    1494
  2. Leonardo Da Vinci "The Last Supper"
    1498
  3. Portuguese Sailors led by Vasco de Gama reach India
    1498
  4. French conquer Milan, facilitating greater passage of Renaissance ideas into France
    1499
  5. Pope Julius II appointed Pope, start of "Roman Golden age"
    1503
  6. Michelangelo "David"
    1504
  7. Hieronyous Bosch "The Garden of Earthly Delights"
    1504
  8. Leonardo "Mona Lisa"
    1505
  9. Work on St. Peter's Basilica in Rome
    1506-1615
  10. Michelangelo paints the roof of the Sistine Chapel
    1507-1512
  11. Henry VIII succeeds to power in England
    1509
  12. Eramus "Praise of Folly"
    1511
  13. Erasmus "De Copia"
    1512
  14. Machiavelli "The Prince"
    1513
  15. Francis I takes power in France
    1515
  16. Eramus "New Testament"
    1516
  17. Utopia
    1516
  18. Start of Protestant Reformation
    1517
  19. Death of Leonardo Da Vinci
    1519
  20. Suleyman "the Magnificent" takes power in the Ottoman Empire
    1520
  21. Raphael "Donation of Constantine"
    1524
  22. Durer "A Course in the Art of Measurement," "Battle of Pavia between France and the Holy Roman Empire," End of French claims on Italy
    1525
  23. Ribeiro "World Map"
    1529
  24. Rabelais "Pantagruel"
    1532
  25. Holbein "The Ambassadors"
    1533
  26. Regiomontanus "On Triangles"
    1533
  27. Paracelsus " Great Book of Surgery"
    1536
  28. Michelangelo "The Last Judgement"
    1541
  29. Copernicus "Revolutions of the Celestial Orbits/ De Revolutionibus, Vesalius, On the Fabric of the Human Body
    1543
  30. Bandello "Nouvelle"
    1544

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