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1: Vegas Trip 2009 | Who? II, king of Portugal. He had Muslim enemies because he had a campaign to run out the Muslims out of Spain. What? The Dutch Revolt, the Dutch weren’t catholic and so that caused a revolt towards King Philip II. Where?In Europe, South West of Europe. When?Timeline 1500 > From Past From Present Only People Only Events Only Icons Who What When Where Which Next > 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 < Previous 1500 - 1558 Holy R. Emperors More Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor Charles V was Holy Roman Emperor from 1519-1558; he was also King of Spain from 1516-1556, officially as Charles I of Spain, although often referred to as Charles V ("Carlos Quinto" or "Carlos V") in Spain and Latin America. He was the son of Philip... 1500 - 1600 Periods More REFORMATION The Protestant Reformation was a movement which began in the 16th century as a series of attempts to reform the Roman Catholic Church, but ended in division and the establishment of several other Christian churches, most importantly Lutheranism, Refo... 1500 - 1877 Arts More National Museum of American History Heritage through objects in the Museum's collections and exhibitions... 1500 - 1900 Africa More The Underground Railroad You are a slave. Your body, your time, your very breath belong to a farmer in 1850s Maryland. Six long days a week you tend his fields and make him rich. You have never tasted freedom. You never expect to. And yet... your soul lights up when you hear... 1500 - 1901 USA More Texas History Timeline Key events in early Texas... 1500 - 2003 Arts More History of Photography Timeline Camera obscuras, used to form images on walls in darkened rooms... 1501 - 1504 Italy More David by Michelangelo David, 1504, Marble, height 434 cm Galleria dell'Accademia, Florence. In 1501 Michelangelo was commissioned to create the David by the Arte della Lana (Guild of Wool Merchant), who were responsible for the upkeep and the decoration of the Cathedral... 1501 - 1526 Royalty More Isabella of Austria Isabella of Austria (also known as Isabella or Elisabeth of Burgundy, of Habsburg, or of Castile), Archduchess of Austria, Infanta of Castile and Princess of Burgundy by birth and Queen of Denmark, Sweden and Norway by her marriage to King Christian... 1501 - 1536 Royalty More Anne Boleyn, Henry VIII’s 2nd wife Anne Boleyn, Marchioness of Pembroke and Queen Consort of England (1505/1507 – May 19, 1536) was the second (of the six) wife and queen consort of Henry VIII and the mother of Elizabeth I of England who would become Queen. Born into the English arist... 1502 - 1533 Royalty More Atahualpa, Incan Emperor Atahualpa, last independent Incan emperor, favorite son of Huayna Capac. At his father's death (1525) he received the kingdom of Quito while his half brother, the legitimate heir Huáscar, inherited the rest of the Inca empire. Shortly before the arri... 1502 - 1585 Christians More Pope Gregory XIII, Gregorian Calendar Pope Gregory XIII (1572-1585). Pius V's successor was born at Bologna. He studied law at the famous university of his native city. At twenty-eight he graduated as a doctor with sufficient distinction become a professor of law in his own university. H... 1502 - 2007 Colonies More Virtual Jamestown - Timeline Jamestown Interactive highlights some of the newest project development at Virtual Jamestown. For example, using John Smith's maps and records as a guide, we have put together Flash maps of the Chesapeake area, allowing users to interact with Smith's... 1503 - 1559 Royalty More Christian III of Denmark and Norway Christian III was king of Denmark and Norway from 1534–59. Early in his reign, he allied with Gustavus I of Sweden to defeat the German city of Lübeck in 1536. That victory broke the power of the Hanseatic League and made the Danish fleet supreme in... 1503 - 1564 Holy R. Emperors More Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand I was an Austrian monarch from the House of Habsburg. He was first the Archduke of Austria from 1521-1564. After the death of Louis II, Ferdinand ruled as King of Bohemia and Hungary (1526–1564). After his brother Charles V abdicated as Hol... 1503 - 1566 Astrologers More Nostradamus Nostradamus, Latinized name of Michel de Nostredame, was one of the world's most famous authors of prophecies. He is best known for his book Les Propheties, the first edition of which appeared in 1555. Why? How?1790 By the American Revolution, 20 percent of the overall population in the thirteen colonies was of African descent. The legalized practice of enslaving blacks occurred in every colony. The economic realities of the southern colonies, however, perpetuated the institution, which was first legalized in Massachusetts in 1641. During the Revolutionary era, more than half of all African-Americans lived in Virginia and Maryland. Most of these blacks lived in the Chesapeake region, where they made up more than 50 to 60 percent of the overall population. The majority, but not all, of these African-Americans were slaves. In fact, the first official United States Census, taken in 1790, showed that 8 percent of the black populace was free. Whether free or slave, blacks in the Chesapeake established familial relationships, networks for disseminating information, survival techniques, and various forms of resistance to their condition.

3: Who? King Philip II, king of Portugal. He had Muslim enemies because he had a campaign to run out the Muslims out of Spain. What? The Dutch Revolt, the Dutch weren’t catholic and so that caused a revolt towards King Philip II. Where? In Europe, South West of Europe. When? Timeline 1500 > From Past From Present Only People Only Events Only Icons Who What When Where Which 1500 - 1558 Holy R. Emperors More Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor Charles V was Holy Roman Emperor from 1519-1558; he was also King of Spain from 1516-1556, officially as Charles I of Spain, although often referred to as Charles V ("Carlos Quinto" or "Carlos V") in Spain and Latin America. He was the son of Philip... 1500 - 1600 Periods More REFORMATION The Protestant Reformation was a movement which began in the 16th century as a series of attempts to reform the Roman Catholic Church, but ended in division and the establishment of several other Christian churches, most importantly Lutheranism, Refo... 1500 - 1877 Arts More National Museum of American History Heritage through objects in the Museum's collections and exhibitions... 1500 - 1900 Africa More The Underground Railroad You are a slave. Your body, your time, your very breath belong to a farmer in 1850s Maryland. Six long days a week you tend his fields and make him rich. You have never tasted freedom. You never expect to. And yet... your soul lights up when you hear... 1500 - 1901 USA More Texas History Timeline Key events in early Texas... 1500 - 2003 Arts More History of Photography Timeline Camera obscuras, used to form images on walls in darkened rooms... 1501 - 1504 Italy More David by Michelangelo David, 1504, Marble, height 434 cm Galleria dell'Accademia, Florence. In 1501 Michelangelo was commissioned to create the David by the Arte della Lana (Guild of Wool Merchant), who were responsible for the upkeep and the decoration of the Cathedral... 1501 - 1526 Royalty More Isabella of Austria Isabella of Austria (also known as Isabella or Elisabeth of Burgundy, of Habsburg, or of Castile), Archduchess of Austria, Infanta of Castile and Princess of Burgundy by birth and Queen of Denmark, Sweden and Norway by her marriage to King Christian... 1501 - 1536 Royalty More Anne Boleyn, Henry VIII’s 2nd wife Anne Boleyn, Marchioness of Pembroke and Queen Consort of England (1505/1507 – May 19, 1536) was the second (of the six) wife and queen consort of Henry VIII and the mother of Elizabeth I of England who would become Queen. Born into the English arist... 1502 - 1533 Royalty More Atahualpa, Incan Emperor Atahualpa, last independent Incan emperor, favorite son of Huayna Capac. At his father's death (1525) he received the kingdom of Quito while his half brother, the legitimate heir Huáscar, inherited the rest of the Inca empire. Shortly before the arri... 1502 - 1585 Christians More Pope Gregory XIII, Gregorian Calendar Pope Gregory XIII (1572-1585). Pius V's successor was born at Bologna. He studied law at the famous university of his native city. At twenty-eight he graduated as a doctor with sufficient distinction become a professor of law in his own university. H... 1502 - 2007 Colonies More Virtual Jamestown - Timeline Jamestown Interactive highlights some of the newest project development at Virtual Jamestown. For example, using John Smith's maps and records as a guide, we have put together Flash maps of the Chesapeake area, allowing users to interact with Smith's... 1503 - 1559 Royalty More Christian III of Denmark and Norway Christian III was king of Denmark and Norway from 1534–59. Early in his reign, he allied with Gustavus I of Sweden to defeat the German city of Lübeck in 1536. That victory broke the power of the Hanseatic League and made the Danish fleet supreme in... 1503 - 1564 Holy R. Emperors More Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand I was an Austrian monarch from the House of Habsburg. He was first the Archduke of Austria from 1521-1564. After the death of Louis II, Ferdinand ruled as King of Bohemia and Hungary (1526–1564). After his brother Charles V abdicated as Hol... 1503 - 1566 Astrologers More Nostradamus Nostradamus, Latinized name of Michel de Nostredame, was one of the world's most famous authors of prophecies. He is best known for his book Les Propheties, the first edition of which appeared in 1555. Why? How? 1790 By the American Revolution, 20 percent of the overall population in the thirteen colonies was of African descent. The legalized practice of enslaving blacks occurred in every colony. The economic realities of the southern colonies, however, perpetuated the institution, which was first legalized in Massachusetts in 1641. During the Revolutionary era, more than half of all African-Americans lived in Virginia and Maryland. Most of these blacks lived in the Chesapeake region, where they made up more than 50 to 60 percent of the overall population. The majority, but not all, of these African-Americans were slaves. In fact, the first official United States Census, taken in 1790, showed that 8 percent of the black populace was free. Whether free or slave, blacks in the Chesapeake established familial relationships, networks for disseminating information, survival techniques, and various forms of resistance to their condition.

4: Jeremy living it up! Vegas trip 2009

6: Cheers! 3.11.09

7: Keep the dice rolling!

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