A Renaissance intellectual movement in which thinkers studied classical texts and focused on human potential and achievements.
a movement of great creativity in art, writing, and thought
referring to the cultures of ancient Greece or Rome
an established organization like the church
the ability to think and understand
invented by Gutenburg, made producing books cheaper and faster, helped to spread new ideas
local or native common language
artistic technique that produces a 3-dimensional appearance; more realistic
the process of cutting apart to examine and study
Marriage of the Virgin
Painted in 1504 by Raphael, painting greatly exhibits the use of perspective.
English writer considered one of the greatest (1564-1616).
a wealthy supporter of artists
Italian Renaissance artist that painted the Sistine Chapel ceiling and sculpted the statue of David.
Leonardo da Vinci
Italian Renaissance artist that painted The Last Supper and Mona Lisa, he was also an engineer, architect, sculptor, and scientist.
the ability to read and write
belief and trust in God
the ancient trade route that connected Europe with China
someone who is talented/knowledgeable in many different areas; like Leonardo da Vinci
worldly; not connected with a church or religion