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What time period do historians refer to when they discuss the modern era?

The period between the end of the middle ages and the present. (APEX)

What time period do historians refer to when discuss the modern era?

The period between the end of the middle ages and the present. (APEX)

Did the middle ages happen after the modern times?

Generally, the Middle Ages are not considered part of the modern period. Historians have long debated whether to include the Renaissance in the modern period. As the date between the Middle Ages and the Renaissance is somewhat nebulous, many historians refer to the period from 1450/1600 as the "Early Modern Period". So no, the Middle Ages did not happen after the modern time period.

What do historians mean when they refer to modern beginning in the mid 15th century?

The 'Early Modern' period referred to by historians is roughly the period from 1450-1750. This period is so-called as the Early-Modern period because this was the time that the Renaissance occured in Europe, where many new ideas, art forms, scientific discoveries were made that were the foundation stones of the making of the modern world.

What do historians refer to when they discuss causations?

Whether one event was responsible for another

What do historians refer when they discuss causation?

Wether one event was responsible for another.

Why can historians call the dark ages the dark ages?

The phrase comes from Protestant historians, especially Henry Hallam (1777-1859). He used it the refer to the Middle Ages (476-1453) and argued that the Catholic Church restricted progress in this period. Modern historians use the phrase to refer to the Early Middle Ages (476-1000). There was population decline and deurbanization during this period, possibly connected to a global decline in temperature and consequent decline in agricultural productivity.

What do historians refer to when they discuss causation?

Whether one event was responsible for another

What do the historians mean when they refer to modern times beginning in the mid 15th Century?

British rule

What did historians call the reign of amenhotep?

Historians refer to Amenhotep's III reign as "the golden age".

What is a stalemate in World War I?

Stalemate in ww1 refers to the period throughout the war where trenches dominate the front-line. Like the definition stalemate, during this period the battle lines barely moved, so most historians refer to it as stalemate.

Why do Indian historians not want to call the British rule in India as modern period?

1.with the coming of industrial revolution .the way goods were produced changed. 2. India did not witness the scientific and industrial changes to the extent that Europe did. 3. India became a supplier of raw materials at cheap rates. also served as a market far goods manufactured in British factories. 5. local India industries decline and standard of living of the common people declined. 6.India had became a colony exploited by an imperialist power.therefore Indian historians refer 'colonial ' period instead of modern period.

What does the term Hellenism refer to?

Hellenism is a term used by historians that denotes the time period that begins with the death of Alexander the Great (323 B.C.E.) to the death of Cleopatra in 30 B.C.E.

How do historians refer to Nelson Mandela as?


What do historians mean when they refer to Greco-Roman culture?

The Greco-Roman period refers to the culture of the peoples who were incorporated into the Roman Republic & Roman Empire.

Who first organized roman government and thus began the pax romana?

The Pax Romana is a term coined by historians to refer to the 200-year period of relative political stability in the Roman Empire which followed the creation of the 503-year period of rule by emperor by Augustus

What does the term classical refer to?

Without context it's difficult to say. It could refer to the period between Baroque and Romantic; it could mean "as opposed to 'modern' or 'quantum'", it could mean lots of other things.

Why do historians refer to this period as a renaissance?

It was a rebirth of arts, science, and society, especially since the dark times of the Plague were now over. The Italians called it the "renacimiento," or "rebirth." This translates over to French/English as the Renaissance.

What specific event do historians refer to as the Fall of Rome?

the surrender of Rome

Why do historians sometimes refer to the monarchies of the late fifteenth century as new monarchies or Renaissance states?

Historians sometimes refer to the late fifteenth century as "new monarchies" or "Renaissance states" because in the renaissance time new discoveries had been affected by the first rulers.The historians usually refer to the monarchies of the late fifteenth century as Renaissance states because of the type of governance in these states.

Historians refer to the expansion of voting rights in the early 1800s as?

Democratic Revolution

What do historians mean when they refer to historical context of an event?

the circumstances surrounding the event

Historians once used the term feudalism to refer to what?

mediaval time or middle ages

Which came first the Roman empire or the Roman republic?

The Roman Republic came first. The term empire can be confusing because historians use it to refer to the period of rule by an emperor which followed the Republic However, the Roman Empire started during Republic. Many of the conquests occurred in this period and the Republic already had an empire.

What was the eastern half of the empire known as?

Historians refer to the eastern part of the Roman empire as the Byzantine.