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RENAISSANCE TIMELINE

By Jon.H.Ferry

FILILPPO BRUNELLESCHI 1377 APRIL 15, 1446


Fililppo Brunelleschi was one of the first to discover the laws of perspective and he all so engineering the dome of the Florence Cathedral
Since he created the laws of perspective now most artist use perspective. In every day live there are lot of people that use perspective

CRISTOPHER COLOMBUS 31 OCTOBER 1451 20 MAY 1506)


He discovered America even though there was natives living there he wanted to prove that the world was round so he planed to sail to Asia but a sailed to America instead the big changed that he made was that he discovered America and since he did that they set up trading ruts

DA VINCI APRIL 15, 1452 MAY 2, 1519


Leonardo Da Vinci the first made the designs for the PARACHUTE HELICOPTER GLIDER Proven today that most for designs really most of his designs he did not get to try out but it was a great inspiration of modern day life creations

HENRY VIII (28 JUNE 1491 28 JANUARY 1547)


With out HENRY the VIII we would not be able have a divorce nowadays he had all of his wife's because he was trying to make a peace treaty with the other city sates

HENRY VIII had 6 wife's but he dint like most of them so we wanted to have a divorce but back then that was illegal so at the end he got away and he was able to have a divorce

MARTIN LUTHER 10 NOVEMBER 1483 18 FEBRUARY 1546


he was a priest he made his work place in to a toilet he wrote letter about how he went to the bath room and he also stared a revolution

MONA LISA 1503 AND 1506.


It was one of the most honored and decorated paintings during the Renaissance. WE would have new ideas spreading and a new way of art.

THOMAS MORE7 FEBRUARY 1478 6 JULY 1535


Thomas More rote a book called utopia that descries a inland that is perfect inland where people have rights and people go to school He was churched for heresy because the church said that the things that he right in the book went agents the churches rules at the end Thomas more got burnt at the stake

JOHN HARINGTON 4 AUGUST 1561 20 NOVEMBER 1612


He created the first flushing toilet So now days we have flush toilets that we use in every day live better.

MICHELANGELO 6 MARCH 1475 18 FEBRUARY 1564


Michelangelo painted the system chapel it is a story's of the bible evenchaly michlangelo Michelangelo was an Italian Renaiss ance sculptor, painter, architect, poet, and engineer Michelangelo was considered the greatest living artist in his lifetime,

COPERNICUS NICOLAS 1473 24 MAY 1543)


Nicolas Copernicus thought of the idea that the earth went around the sun not the sun went around the earth but he never proved it then GALILEO proved his theory right . If Copernicus dint think of the theory we probable would not know that the world was round

GALILEO 15 FEBRUARY 1564 JANUARY 1642)


Galileo was born in Pisa Italy in 1564 he was also the first of six children he studied mathematics and physics, and in 1589 then he became a lecturer in mathematics at the University of Pisa.

His main interest is astronomy . After he heard about a special telescope created by the Dutch scientist, Lippershey, he copied it, improved it and made important observations about the universe that supported the ideas of Copernicus

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nicolaus_Copernicus http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michelangelo http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Filippo_Brunelleschi Grimble, Ian (1957). The Harington Family. Jonathon Cape, London. Kilroy, Gerard. Edmund Campion: Memor y and Transcription, 2005. Park, Thomas ed., Nugae Antiquae by Sir John Harington, Knt, 3 vols, London (1804). Kinghorn, Jonathan (1986). "A Privvie in Perfection: Sir John Harrington's Water Closet". Bath Histor y 1: 173188. ISBN 086299-294-X Scott-Warren, Jason (20042007), "Harington, Sir John (bap. 1560, d. 1612)", Oxford Dictionar y of National Biography , Oxford: Oxford University Press

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Venn, J.; Venn, J. A., eds. (1922 1958). "Harington, John". Alumni Cantabrigienses (10 vols) (online ed.). Cambridge University Press. ^ Culture UK The invention of the indoor closet or the lavatory, toilet or loo as it is known today ^ Kinghorn (1986) ^ Kinghorn, Jonathan (1986), "A Privvie in Perfection: Sir John Harrington's Water Closet", Bath Histor y 1: 173188. ISBN 086299-294-X. Kinghorn supervised a modern reconstruction in 1981 , based on the illustrated description by Harington's assistant Thomas Coombe in the New Discourse. ^ Scott-Warren, Jason. "Harington, Sir John" . Oxford Dictionar y of National Biography . Retrieved 16 April 2012. ^ Various editions include; Park, Thomas ed., Nugae Antiquae, 3 vols, London (1804).

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Grimble, Ian (1957). The Harington Family. Jonathon Cape, London. Kilroy, Gerard. Edmund Campion: Memor y and Transcription, 2005. Park, Thomas ed., Nugae Antiquae by Sir John Harington, Knt, 3 vols, London (1804). Kinghorn, Jonathan (1986). "A Privvie in Perfection: Sir John Harrington's Water Closet". Bath Histor y 1: 173188. ISBN 086299-294-X Scott-Warren, Jason (20042007), "Harington, Sir John (bap. 1560, d. 1612)", Oxford Dictionar y of National Biography , Oxford: Oxford University Press

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