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Explain how the Spanish became involved in the Italian wArs
When King Charles VII led an army of 30 thousand men into Italy. Northern Italy States asked the Spanish for help and they accepted it
Summarize the characteristics of Castigliones perfect noble
What were his two basic skills?
It was that a noble was born, not made. He was expected to have character and grace and talent. He had to have two basic skills: military and physical exercises. The noble was expected to gain classical education and enrich his life with arts. The noble needed to follow certain standards of conduct. They were to show their achievements with grace
Why was a strong family bond important in Renaissance Italy?
Because family bond was a great source of great security in the dangerous urban world. Certain things where done to maintain a family close with great Wealth
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What was Christine de Pizans main argument in "The Book of the City of the Ladies" why did her ideas receive so much attention?
To state that women could learn the same as men if they attended the same schools. Her ideas received much attention because she denounced male writers who argued that women (by their nature) were unable to learn
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How do the humanist goals and philosophy of education develop during the Renaissance compare with the goals of your HS education?
WAs to study grammar, rhetoric, poetry, Moral philosophy, and history. And in hs we are expected to learn about this along with math and pe
Describe the accomplishments of Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael, and Michelangelo
Leonardo mastered the art of realistic painting amd dissected human bodies to understand nature. His goal was to create idealized forms that would capture the perfect of nature and the individual
Admired for his numerous madonnas (painting of the Virgin Mary) and school of Athens and frescoes
What does the school of Athens reveals?
A world of blance, harmony, and order. The underlying principles of the art of the classical world of Greece and Rome
Was driven by passion. Did the figures in the Sistine chapel in Rome. Reflects divine beauty
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