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RENREFEXP TEST NOVEMBER 18
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Evaluate the role of the Renaissance in the Age of Exploration. (be sure to define the Renaissance and include specific inventions and innovations that made an impact on the age of exploration
The renaissance created a lot of thing (ex. boats) and people started to gain a need for things they didn't have so it created travel and more trade.
Definition of humanism as it relates to the Renaissance
A cultural and intellectual movement of the Renaissance that emphasized human potential to attain excellence and promoted direct study of the literature, art, and civilization of classical Greece and Rome.
Where, why, what, who were the key people, of the Renaissance? what were the charaeristicss of an ideal Renaissance man?
Florence, Italy || Trade || The word Renaissance means rebirth and it was
named this because there was a revival of art and intellect of ancient Greece
and rome || Intelligent, knowledgeable, artistic, physical, and social
Who painted the last supper and mono lisa
Leonardo Da Vinci
Who painted the famous ceiling of the Sistine chapel, and sculpted david?
Know the significance of Martin Luther, his actions, his beliefs, the name of the movement he started, where it was, etc.
German monk who became the father of the Protestant reformation. He is most widely known for
criticizing aspects of the Roman Catholic Church (95 theses was nailed to the catholic church door).
What were some of the main improvements in technology that contributed to the success of the age of exploration?
Literature (Books), Ship design, Navigational tools, Weapons
What two countries led the way in the age of exploration?
Portugal and Spain
What is the "claim to fame" for the following? Magellan, Da Gama, Prince Henry the Navigator
The straight of magellan || first person to sail directly from Europe to India || responsible for Portugal's influence in the Great Age of Exploration.
Who sponsored Columbus' voyage? What was Columbus' plan? (Where was he trying to go and how was his approach different than others before him?
King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella of Spain.|| He was trying to go to Asia from Europe to get spices
What was the first full sized book Gutenberg printed? What effect did the printing press have?
The bible, it created more books so books became cheaper and more people began to learn how to read.
How did the Black Death affect workers and wages?
The black death killed many people so there were more jobs but people were still being paid the same
Triangular trade, Colombian exchange - what ere they, what areas were affected, etc.
Triangular Trade; traded slaves, britian to West Africa. Columbian Exchange; the widespread transfer of animals, plants, culture, human populations, technology, and ideas between the Americas and the Old World.
What was the main reason for the large decrease in the Native American population following the arrival of Columbus
Triangular trade aka slave trade
What did King John of Portugal name the southernmost tip of Africa
Cape of good hope
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