A Museum of World History: 1700-1799 (Level 4: No hints)

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Last updated: July 28, 2021
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1799: Goya is appointed first court painter by King Carlos IV.
1796: Beethoven, 26, realizes he may be losing his hearing By 1808, it is gone.
1793: Reign of Terror begins when French Revolution's leaders begin to turn on each other.
1793: Louis XVI (January 21) and Marie Antoinette (October 16) are beheaded
1789: French Revolution begins on July 14, when an armed crowd attacks the Bastille.
1785: Kant publishes "Groundwork of the Metaphysic of Morals."
1784: Treaty of Paris ratifies U.S. independence from Britain.
1774: Goethe publishes "Young Werther."
1773: Mozart, 17, writes "Exsultate, Jubilate, K 165."
1767: Ayutthaya is captured and destroyed by Burmese soldiers on April 7 when and a 400-year-old dynasty falls.
1758: Voltaire writes "Candide."
1757: Palashi battle is lost on June 23, when Siraj Ud-Daulah's soldiers fall to the British under Robert Clive.
1742: Handel's "Messiah" premieres in Dublin.
1727: Bach composes "St. Matthew Passion."
1723: Vivaldi finishes "Four Seasons."
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