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What ideas transformed Europe in the early modern era?
Keeping this in view, which movement marked the beginning of the modern period in Europe?
Early modern Europe is the period of European history between the end of the Middle Ages and the beginning of the Industrial Revolution, roughly the late 15th century to the late 18th century.
how did the ideas of the Renaissance transform Europe? -The ideas of the Renaissance transformed Europe because the values expressed in Renaissance art and literature provoked tensions with the Catholic Church. ➢The bible was printed in the vernacular, allowing people to read the bible for themselves - didn't need the pope to read it for them.
Similarly, it is asked, what was the biggest driver of historical change in early modern Europe?
The Reformation - when millions of people rejected the Roman Catholic Church and turned to Protestant Churches - was one of the key changes in European history and it had a significant effect on migration to Britain. Europe became divided and there were violent religious wars.
What is the early modern period known for?
Early modern period. The early modern period is a time from 1500–1800 (roughly). It begins around the Fall of Constantinople in 1453, and includes the Renaissance period, and the Age of Discovery. It includes the discovery of America, and the discovery of the sea route to the East.