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The Early modern age, following the traditional chronological division, comprises the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries. This period is identified by a specific political or social order or regime (the Old Regime), characterized by the jurisdictional and patrimonial conception of sovereignty.
He has a degree in History from the Autonomous University of Barcelona (2009) and a Master's in World History from Pompeu Fabra University (2011).Post on 24/05/2019 | Updated on 13/09/2022
The fall of Constantinople and the discovery of America are considered the two seminal events that serve to mark the beginning of the Early modern in Europe.
At the beginning of the Modern Age, no great changes were observed in the economic and social structures inherited from the Late Middle Ages.
In 16th century Europe, only 2% of the population lived in cities of more than 40,000 inhabitants. Major urban centres began to emerge on an eminently rural continent.
Humanism was a movement for cultural renewal, which emerged in Italy in the 14th century and spread throughout Europe in the 15th and 16th centuries.
Protestant Reformation and Counter-Reformation
Policy of alliances and conflicts in Europe (1494-1606)
The Iron Age: Baroque economy and society