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150150–400: begin population decline in Europex
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312312AD-451AD Christian Empire-The Beginning starts.|x
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313Edict of Milan in 313 by Constantine with regard to religious tolerance for Christianity||
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400150–400: end population decline in Europex|
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401401–1000: begin population of Europe stable at a low level.||
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402Begin Barbarian invasions of Europe c. 400 to 800 CE||x
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451312AD-451AD Christian Empire-The Beginning ends.|x|
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452451AD-1054AD Begin Christianity in Turmoil.|x|
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476September 4, 476, when Romulus Augustus, the last Emperor of the Western Roman Empire, was deposed by Odoacer, a Germanic chieftain. |||
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622Begin Islamic expansion 622-750|||x$
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750End Islamic expansion 622-750|||x
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800End Barbarian invasions of Europe c. 400 to 800 CE||x*
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801Beginning of Feudalism||x*
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1000400–1000: end population of Europe stable at a low level.x||*
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10011000–1250: Begin population boom and expansion.|||*
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1054451AD-1054AD Begin Christianity in Turmoil.|x|*
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10551054AD-1517AD Roman Catholic Dominance.|x|x
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1095The First Christian Crusade beginning (1095-1101)||||
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1101The First Christian Crusade end (1095-1101)||||
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1146The Second Christian Crusade beginning (1146-1148)||||
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1148The Second Christian Crusade end (1146-1148)||||
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1188The Third Christian Crusade beginning (1188-1192)||||
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1192The Third Christian Crusade end (1188-1192)||||
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1204The Fourth Christian Crusade (1204)||||
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1210Franciscan Order founded||||
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1216Dominican Order founded||||
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1217The Fifth Christian Crusade beginning (1217-1221)||||
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1221The Fifth Christian Crusade end (1217-1221)||||
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1231Begin the Medieval Inquisition (1231–16th century)||||
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1249The Seventh Christian Crusade beginning (1249-1252)||||
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12501000–1250: End population of Europe population boom and expansion.x|||
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12511250–1350: Begin population of Europe stable at a high level (with the exception of the Great Famine)||||
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1252The Seventh Christian Crusade end (1249-1252)||||
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1270The Eighth Christian Crusade (1270)|||x
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1315Great Famine begins|||*
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1317Great Famine ends; Dante Inferno published in 1317|||*
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1321Dante finished the Paradiso, and died in 1321|||*
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1329Meister Eckhart excommunicated by the Catholic Church|||*
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13501250–1350: End population of Europe stable at a high level (with the exception of the Great Famine)|||*
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13511350–1420: Begin steep decline in Europe's populationx||*
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1400Nominal end of Feudalism and beginning of Renaissance||x*
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14201350–1420: End steep decline in Europe's populationx||*
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14211420–1470: Begin population of Europe stable at a low level.x||*
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1436modernity has been associated with cultural and intellectual movements of 1436—1789|||*
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1453Fall of Constantinople conquered by the Turks on Tuesday, 29 May 1453 |||*$
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14701420–1470: End population of Europe stable at a low level.x||*
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14711470–onward: Populations slow expansion, gaining momentum in the early 16th century. |||*
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1478Begin the Spanish Inquisition (1478–1834)|||*
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1492End of Arab Spain and discovery of America|||x
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15171517, when Luther published The Ninety-Five Theses|||
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15171054AD-1517AD End Roman Catholic Dominance.|x|
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1529The Siege of Vienna in 1529 was the first attempt by the Ottoman Empire, led by Suleiman the Magnificent, to capture the city of Vienna, Austria.|||
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1536Begin the Portuguese Inquisition (1536–1821)|||
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1542Begin the Roman Inquisition (1542 – c. 1860)|||
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1564William Shakespeare (baptised 26 April 1564; died 23 April 1616)|||
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1600End the Medieval Inquisition (1231–16th century) and Giordano Bruno (1548 – February 17, 1600) burned at the stake|||
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1616William Shakespeare (baptised 26 April 1564; died 23 April 1616)|||
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1618The Thirty Years' War beginning (1618–1648) |||
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16251470–onward: Populations slow expansion, gaining momentum in the early 16th century. x||
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1637Descates Discourse on the Method 1637||
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1648The Thirty Years' War end (1618–1648) ||
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16481648 with the Treaty of Westphalia that ended years of European religious wars||
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1683Thereafter, 150 years of bitter military tension and reciprocal attacks ensued, culminating in the Battle of Vienna in 1683, which marked the start of the Great Turkish War by European powers to remove the Ottoman presence.||&
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1700Nominal end of Renaissancex|
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1701Beginning of Modernity||
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1769Napoleon Bonaparte (15 August 1769 – 5 May 1821) was a French military and political leader during the latter stages of the French Revolution.||
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1781Kant Critique of Pure Reason|x
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1789modernity has been associated with cultural and intellectual movements of 1436—1789|
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1789The French Revolution beginning (French: Révolution française; 1789–1799|
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1799The French Revolution end (French: Révolution française; 1789–1799|
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1805Hegel Phenomenology of Mind|
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1821End the Portuguese Inquisition (1536–1821)|
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1821Napoleon Bonaparte(15 August 1769 – 5 May 1821) was a French military and political leader during the latter stages of the French Revolution.|
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1834End the Spanish Inquisition (1478–1834)|
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18501850 absoulte end of the Feudal System in Europex
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1860End the Roman Inquisition (1542 – c. 1860)
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1865The American Civil War (1861–1865) was a the first modern war fought in the United States of America ended.
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1884Charles Sanders Peirce (September 10, 1839 – April 19, 1914) was an American philosopher, logician, mathematician, and scientist dismissed.
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1885Nietzsche printed only 40 copies of the fourth part of Zarathustra 1885
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1887In 1887 Nietzsche wrote the polemic On the Genealogy of Morals.
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1889On January 3, 1889, Nietzsche suffered a mental collapse.
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1915Post-Modernity WW1
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