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1434
Jan van Eyck – Portrait of Giovanni Arnolfini and Wife
1427
Robert Champin – Merode Altarpiece
1493/1497/1500
Albrecht Durer – Self-Portraits
1513-1514
Knight, Death, and the Devil
1514
St. Jerome in his Studies
1514
Melancholia I
1500
Hieronymus Bosch – Garden of Earthly Delights Triptych
1475-1480
Cure of Folly
1490-1500
The Ship of Fools
1516-1556
Viceroyalties
1480-1521
Ferdinand Magellan
1474-1566
Bartolome de las Casas
1516-1556
Charles V/I Reign
1556-1598
Philip II Reign
1580
Philip II has Spain, Portugal, Netherlands, New World, etc.
Oct. 7, 1571
Battle of Lepanto (Gulf of Corinth)
1564
Philip II enforces Council of Trent
1559
Margaret, Philip II’s half sister, raises taxes & stamps out Protestant movements
1566
Calvinist Fury – middle class vandalized church property
1567
Duke of Alba and 10,000 mercenaries are sent to squash the rebellion
1572
Beginning of Dutch revolt
1577
William of Orange begins a Dutch independence movement
1574
Flood of Leiden drives out Spanish mercenaries
1576
Spanish Fury – Mercenaries kill 7000 at Antwerp
1579
Pacification of Ghent – 17 provinces unite against Spain

Each county is allowed to choose its own religion (like Augsburg)

Perpetual Edict removes all troops from Netherlands & William of Orange governs

Farnese Alexander makes peace with the Dutch
July 22, 1581
Declaration of Independence from Spain
1554
Philip II marries Mary I Tudor (Queen of England)
1558
Mary Tudor dies
1559
Henry marries Elizabeth - Henry II dies in a jousting accident
1587
Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots, Executed by Elizabeth I
May 30, 1588
Spanish Armada
1525
Francis I, captured by Charles V/I, cracks down on Protestants
1534
Calvin flees from France
1540
Edict of Fontainebleau – subjects Protestants to the Inquisition
1551
Henry II – Edict of Chateaubriand – King can take legal procedures on Protestants
1560-1574
Reign of Charles XI
1563
Catherine de Medici grants Huguenots freedom to worship
1572
Marguerite Valois married to Henry Bourbon
Aug. 1572
St. Bartholomew massacre – 50,000 Huguenots killed
1574-1589
War of Three Henrys
1593
Henry Bourbon (IV) converts to Catholicism (Paris is worth a mass)
1598
Edict of Nantes – allows Protestants to worship freely & Huguenots to fortify
1610
Henry Bourbon assassinated – Edward XIII takes up throne
1624
Marie de Medici appoints Armand Jean du Plessis (Cardinal Richelieu) as Chief minister to the Crown