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1450-1750. What were the major changes/developments from 1450 – 1750?. 1450-1750 Major Developments. European discovery of Americas creates a New Global Economy which begins a process of globalization Atlantic Trade Network (Triangular Trade) Atlantic Slave Trade

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What were the major changes developments from 1450 1750

What were the major changes/developments from 1450 – 1750?


1450 1750 major developments
1450-1750 Major Developments

  • European discovery of Americas creates a New Global Economy which begins a process of globalization

    • Atlantic Trade Network (Triangular Trade)

    • Atlantic Slave Trade

  • Major Biological Exchanges (Columbian Exchange)

  • New EmpiresinAsia, Africa, Europe and Americas

    • Gunpowder Empires

  • Colonial administrations

  • Coercive labor systems

  • Slave Systems

  • Rise of Europe

    • Scientific Revolution

    • Enlightenment



Major civilizations 1450 1750
Major Civilizations 1450-1750

  • The Americas: Aztec, Inca

  • Africa: Kongo, Benin, Oyo, Dahomey, Ashanti, Songhay

  • East Asia: Ming, Qing, Tokugawa

  • South Asia: Mughal



Continuities 1450 1750
Continuities 1450-1750

  • Existing trade routes continued to be important to global exchange

  • No sweeping global cultural changes during this era

  • No systematic changes in gender relations

  • Spread of world religions continued

    • Ex. Christianity to the Americas



Global processes 1450 1750
Global Processes 1450-1750

  • Triangular Trade Network (including Atlantic Slave Trade)

  • Exploration

  • European Colonization of the Americas

  • Columbian Exchange




1453

  • Ottomans capture Constantinople



1488

  • Dias rounded the Cape of Good Hope



1492

  • Columbus sails the ocean blue.



1502

  • African slaves begin to arrive in the Americas.



1517

  • Martin Luther writes the 95 Theses



1521

  • Cortez conquered the Aztecs.



1533

  • Pizarro conquered the Incas.



1571

  • Battle of Lepanto (naval defeat of the Ottomans)



1588

  • British defeat the Spanish Armada



1600

  • Battle of Sekigahara – beginning of Tokugawa Shogunate



1618 1614
1618-1614

  • Thirty Years War



1683

  • Unsuccessful Ottoman siege of Vienna





1453

Ottomans capture Constantinople



1488

Dias rounded the Cape of Good Hope



1492

Columbus sails the ocean blue.



1502

African slaves begin to arrive in the Americas.



1517

Martin Luther writes the 95 Theses



1521

Cortez conquered the Aztecs.



1533

Pizarro conquered the Incas.



1571

Battle of Lepanto

(naval defeat of the Ottomans)



1588

British defeat the Spanish Armada


  • Battle of Sekigahara – beginning of Tokugawa Shogunate


1600

Battle of Sekigahara – beginning of Tokugawa Shogunate



1618 16481

1618-1648

Thirty Years War



1683

Unsuccessful Ottoman siege of Vienna



1689

Glorious Revolution & English Bill of Rights


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