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Renaissance and Reformation Sources

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IUHS WH2 Paul Sargent Renaissance Intro

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Art of the Renaissance

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IUHS WH2 Crash Course World History: The Renaissance

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What Were the Major Causes of the Renaissance?

This discussion of the causes of the Renaissance looks at seven key factors which helped thes era defining movement begin and develop.

IUHS WH2 Crash Course Protestant Reformation

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THE REFORMATION

One of the greatest of all revolutions was the
16th-century religious revolt known as the Reformation. This stormy, often
brutal, conflict separated the Christians of Western Europe into Protestants and
Catholics. So far-reaching were the results of the separation that the
Reformation has been called a turning point in history. It ushered in the Modern
Age because, once the people's religious unity was destroyed, they began to
think in terms of their own regional interests. From the diversity of those
interests arose new political, social, and economic problems and beliefs.

How Did the Catholic Church Respond to the Challenges Posed by the Protestant Reformation? | The Classroom | Synonym

The Protestant Reformation in Europe in the first half of the 16th century seriously challenged the Roman Catholic Church. Before Martin Luther publicized his “95 Theses” ...

Thirty Years’ War - Facts & Summary - HISTORY.com

Find out more about the history of Thirty Years’ War, including videos, interesting articles, pictures, historical features and more. Get all the facts on HISTORY.com

How the Black Death Worked

Introduction to How the Black Death Worked - How did the Black Death kill 25 million people? The Black Death caused devastation and hysteria. Learn how the Black Death spread and its effects.

Medieval Sourcebook: Boccaccio: The Decameron - Introduction

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