The Middle Ages lasted from the 5th century to the 15th century and was also known as the medieval times and the dark ages. The Middle Ages began with the fall of Rome. The Middles Ages is related to the Bubonic Plague because this catastrophic event happened during the Middle Ages.
Absolute Monarchs Across Europe
The Bubonic plague was the most catastrophic event that spread all through Europe and killing nearly 75 to 200 people. The Bubonic Plague led to the Renaissance by the Genoese merchants. The merchants on ships caused the spread of it and led to the decline of feudalism. These ships were carrying the plague and then spread all throughout Europe in the Middle Ages. Others blamed it on God and he was sending a punishment but in reality, people on ships, transporting goods, were transmitting the disease.
The Renaissance was the rebirth of classical knowledge that started in Italian City. The Renaissance led to the absolute monarchs across Europe because many people became thinkers and knowledgeable and began to ask questions which led to the Church and politics. These questions brought to a conclusion that one ruler should rule a country which spread all through countries in Europe.
Absolute Monarchs were spreading all across Europe and these monarchs had all power and were not limited by anything. These monarchs seek to control all the aspects of society and a King or Queen rules over a country. Absolute monarchs across Europe leads the Enlightenment by many philosophers and thinkers like Louis XIV, Phillip II and Peter the Great which all contributed their thoughts and have led to Enlightenment.
The Enlightenment was a new intellectual movement that stressed reason and thought and the power of individuals to solve problems and development of math, astronomy, physics and chemistry and views on nature. Many philosophers have all came up with ideas and theories. After all these ideas and theories, the philosophers can make a change in peoples view on the physical word.
The Scientific Revolution was in the mid-1500s and scientists began to question accepted beliefs and make new theories based on experiments. The rebirth of learning and arts inspired people to challenge accepted ways of thinking during this time and many famous people come under this category that we still learn about today.