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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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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
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1453
  • Ottomans capture Constantinople
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1488
  • Dias rounded the Cape of Good Hope
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1492
  • Columbus sails the ocean blue.
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1502
  • African slaves begin to arrive in the Americas.
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1517
  • Martin Luther writes the 95 Theses
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1521
  • Cortez conquered the Aztecs.
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1533
  • Pizarro conquered the Incas.
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1571
  • Battle of Lepanto (naval defeat of the Ottomans)
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1588
  • British defeat the Spanish Armada
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1600
  • Battle of Sekigahara – beginning of Tokugawa Shogunate
1618 1614
1618-1614
  • Thirty Years War
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1683
  • Unsuccessful Ottoman siege of Vienna
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1453

Ottomans capture Constantinople

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1488

Dias rounded the Cape of Good Hope

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1492

Columbus sails the ocean blue.

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1502

African slaves begin to arrive in the Americas.

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1517

Martin Luther writes the 95 Theses

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1521

Cortez conquered the Aztecs.

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1533

Pizarro conquered the Incas.

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1571

Battle of Lepanto

(naval defeat of the Ottomans)

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1588

British defeat the Spanish Armada

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1600

Battle of Sekigahara – beginning of Tokugawa Shogunate

1618 16481

1618-1648

Thirty Years War

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1683

Unsuccessful Ottoman siege of Vienna

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1689

Glorious Revolution & English Bill of Rights

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