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Title: CHAPTER 1 THE MODERN AGE 1500-1700


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CHAPTER 1 THE MODERN AGE1500-1700
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BY 1500, EUROPE WAS EXPERIENCING PROFOUND CHANGES.
  • People started to recognize the different eras
    that have existed.
  • Middle Ages Knights, Lords, Vassals, Peasants
    etc.
  • Renaissance education, art, literature,
    science, and medicine.

Early Modern Age the time were about to look
at.
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RELIGIOUS CHANGES
  • THE REFORMATION dissent had been growing within
    the church.
  • People felt the church had become too wealthy and
    powerful.
  • Martin Luther pushed to keep the church plain and
    simple gt Protestants.

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POLITICAL CHANGES
  • With people questioning the church, the kings
    powers increased gt Divine Right of the King.
  • The modern idea of a nation began to emerge.

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ECONOMIC CHANGES
  • Agriculture was still the backbone but industry
    started to increase.
  • In many places serfs were no longer tied to the
    land.
  • Trade encouraged exploration and empires emerged.

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SOCIAL CHANGES
  • Improved agriculture meant less farmers
    (consolidation), better crops, and as result, a
    higher population,
  • An increase in trade created a new Middle Class
    of people.
  • Rural life became replaced by an urban lifestyle
    gt cities emerged.

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INTELLECTUAL CHANGES
  • Humanism mode of thought in which human
    interests predominate (the church??).
  • Science expanded, challenging several old
    beliefs.
  • Copernius/Galileo gt the sun was center of
    universe
  • Inventions gttelescope, microscope, and
    exploration
  • Literature, philosophers, and theatre.

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THE DOMINO EFFECT
  • Trucks are invented

New ideas spread more quickly
People travel more
New laws and Regulations needed
Horses and wagons No longer needed
More and better roads are needed
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CAUSE AND EFFECT
Martin Luther posts 95 Thesis
The Reformation
Empires
Trade expands exploration
Increased population
Improved agriculture
Renaissance
The Early Modern Age
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