Importance: She was important because not only was she a woman ruling England but she ruled for almost 50 years. She did not marry and was know as the virgin queen. She increased the power in England and had a huge influence on a worldwide basis.
What: Christopher was a navigator and colonist
Importance: He was the first to uncover the Americans after the Vikings. He inspired exploration of the western world.
What: A significant leader in the protestant Reformation in Switzerland
Importance: He came to conclusions that were similar to the conclusions that Martin Luther formed.
Time: Starting out in the 15th century and continuing through out history
What: That man has the potential to think for himself and not just god.
Importance: these were the people trying to weed out and “fix” the non-believers of God.
Peace of Augsburg
What: a temporary deal made with the Holy Roman Empire, concerning the religious conflict that was rapidly rising.
Importance: It ended the continuing religious struggle between the Christians and the Protestants. It allowed the German rulers to pick either Lutheranism or Catholicism within their boundaries that they controlled, ultimately gaining their independence