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World History European Renaissance
How did Europe transition out of the D…
How did Europe transition out of the D…
How did Europe transition out of the D…
2. Golden Age (also called the Renaiss…
Transitioned out of Dark Ages due to Crusades opening travel…
I. Travel and Trade (Crusades)... a. Key events, explained Knig…
II. Agricultural Revolution ... a. Key events, explained health…
I. Travel and Trade Oceanic Trade-Portuguese-Astrolabe -cente…
How did Europe transition out of the D…
Transitioned out of Dark Ages due to Crusades opening travel…
How did Europe transition out of the D…
I. Travel and Trade (Crusades)... a. Key events, explained Knig…
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World History: Chapter 17 (European Renaissance & Reformation)
Renaissance
humanism
secular
Michelangelo
A time of great revival of classical art, literature, and lea…
A Renaissance intellectual movement in which thinkers studied…
Focusing on worldly rather than spiritual matters.
Renaissance artist considered one of the greatest of all time…
Renaissance
A time of great revival of classical art, literature, and lea…
humanism
A Renaissance intellectual movement in which thinkers studied…
34 terms
World History II: European Renaissance
Renaissance (definition)
Vernacular(definition)
Classicism(definition)
Greco-Roman (definition)
A period of intense artistic and intellectual activity, said…
The everyday language of people in a region or country
deriving from the orderly qualities of ancient Greek and Roma…
The cultural mixing of both ancient Greek and Roman traditions.
Renaissance (definition)
A period of intense artistic and intellectual activity, said…
Vernacular(definition)
The everyday language of people in a region or country
42 terms
AP World History - Renaissance
When was the Renaissance?
What does "Renaissance" mean?
This time in history caused a rebirth…
This time began in northern _____.
1450-1600
Rebirth
art and literature
Northern Italy
When was the Renaissance?
1450-1600
What does "Renaissance" mean?
Rebirth
47 terms
AP World History - Renaissance
characteristics of the renaissance
humanism
Francesco Petrarch and Giovanni Boccac…
how did Italy gain importance?
fresh perspective on the classical worlds; less emphasis on t…
focuses on the capabilities and accomplishments of the indivi…
humanist writers that celebrate the inidividual
it was the midpoint of the mediterranean and crusaders visite…
characteristics of the renaissance
fresh perspective on the classical worlds; less emphasis on t…
humanism
focuses on the capabilities and accomplishments of the indivi…
World History: the Renaissance to the European Colonization
Starts of the Renaissance (what and wh…
Individualism, Realism, Secularism, Hu…
Julius II
Indulgences
Giotto (1305) - Lamentation. First example of perspective, de…
Individualism - focused on personality, uniqueness... Realism -…
A pope who wanted power and control in Rome. Called on artist…
The Pope's way of making money to pay the artists he commissi…
Starts of the Renaissance (what and wh…
Giotto (1305) - Lamentation. First example of perspective, de…
Individualism, Realism, Secularism, Hu…
Individualism - focused on personality, uniqueness... Realism -…
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World History-The European Renaissance and Reformation
Where?
How was Italy set up?
Renaissance
What was 'reborn' during the Renaissan…
-took place in modern day Italy
-Italy was split up in to separate city-states, with all diff…
-Rebirth
the Arts ... Writing ... Learning
Where?
-took place in modern day Italy
How was Italy set up?
-Italy was split up in to separate city-states, with all diff…
World History II: European Renaissance
Renaissance (definition)
Vernacular(definition)
Classicism(definition)
Greco-Roman (definition)
A period of intense artistic and intellectual activity, said…
The everyday language of people in a region or country
deriving from the orderly qualities of ancient Greek and Roma…
The cultural mixing of both ancient Greek and Roman traditions.
Renaissance (definition)
A period of intense artistic and intellectual activity, said…
Vernacular(definition)
The everyday language of people in a region or country
World History II: European Renaissance
Renaissance (definition)
Vernacular(definition)
Classicism(definition)
Greco-Roman (definition)
A period of intense artistic and intellectual activity, said…
The everyday language of people in a region or country
deriving from the orderly qualities of ancient Greek and Roma…
The cultural mixing of both ancient Greek and Roman traditions.
Renaissance (definition)
A period of intense artistic and intellectual activity, said…
Vernacular(definition)
The everyday language of people in a region or country
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AP European History - Renaissance
The Renaissance
Jacob Burckhardt
The Medici Family
Cosimo de Medici
The period of artistic, cultural, and intellectual revival fr…
A 19th century historian who claimed the Renaissance period s…
Most famous dynasty of merchants and bankers who used their w…
Allied with other powerful families of Florence and became th…
The Renaissance
The period of artistic, cultural, and intellectual revival fr…
Jacob Burckhardt
A 19th century historian who claimed the Renaissance period s…
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AP European History - Renaissance
Vernacular Languages
Jacob Burkhardt
The Van Eyck Brothers
Johannes Gutenberg
The common speech of the masses. They were the alternative to…
Nineteenth-century historian who formulated the concept that…
Flemish painters who applied great attention to the details i…
The European inventor of the printing press, which allowed bo…
Vernacular Languages
The common speech of the masses. They were the alternative to…
Jacob Burkhardt
Nineteenth-century historian who formulated the concept that…
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world history: european renaissance and reformation
anabaptist
anglican
annul
calvinism
a belief that a person who has been baptized as a kid should…
a state church that moderate catholics and moderate protestan…
set aside, the pope could've annuled Henry (VIII)'s marriage…
the religion based on the predestination, Calvin's beliefs.
anabaptist
a belief that a person who has been baptized as a kid should…
anglican
a state church that moderate catholics and moderate protestan…
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AP European History - Renaissance
Italian Renaissance
Jacob Burckhart
city-states
commenda system
a great cultural movement which brought about a period of sci…
19th century historian that claimed the Renaissance period st…
a political phenomenon of small independent states in the nor…
Contract between merchant and... "merchant-adventurer" who agree…
Italian Renaissance
a great cultural movement which brought about a period of sci…
Jacob Burckhart
19th century historian that claimed the Renaissance period st…
Renaissance AP world history
Hans Holbein the Younger
Albrecht Durer
Petrarch
Giovanni Boccacio
Protrait painter
Wood carver who studied Italian masters
Sought out works of Cicero and St. Augustine to bring back cl…
"The Decameron" series of 100 stories
Hans Holbein the Younger
Protrait painter
Albrecht Durer
Wood carver who studied Italian masters
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AP World History Renaissance
frescoes
humanism
linear perspective
la pieta
paintings made on wet plaster walls
scholars interested in the humanities- literature, history, a…
An artistic principle developed in the Renaissance that allow…
a type of painting in which Mary holds her dead son (Jesus).…
frescoes
paintings made on wet plaster walls
humanism
scholars interested in the humanities- literature, history, a…
47 terms
AP World History Renaissance
heliocentric
indulgence
theocracy
caravel
By Copernicus who said that the Sun is in the center & the Ea…
The forgiveness of the punishment due for past sins by the Ca…
A government that is based on religion (divine authority).
A small, fast Spanish or Portuguese sailing ship of the 15th-…
heliocentric
By Copernicus who said that the Sun is in the center & the Ea…
indulgence
The forgiveness of the punishment due for past sins by the Ca…
AP World History - Renaissance
When was the Renaissance?
What does "Renaissance" mean?
This time in history caused a rebirth…
This time began in northern _____.
1450-1600
Rebirth
art and literature
Northern Italy
When was the Renaissance?
1450-1600
What does "Renaissance" mean?
Rebirth
AP World History - Renaissance
When was the Renaissance?
What does "Renaissance" mean?
This time in history caused a rebirth…
This time began in northern _____.
1450-1600
Rebirth
art and literature
Northern Italy
When was the Renaissance?
1450-1600
What does "Renaissance" mean?
Rebirth
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World History: Chapter 17 (European Renaissance & Reformation)
Renaissance
humanism
secular
patron
A time of great revival of classical art, literature, and lea…
A Renaissance intellectual movement in which thinkers studied…
Focusing on worldly rather than spiritual matters.
Someone who financially supports another person's work. Durin…
Renaissance
A time of great revival of classical art, literature, and lea…
humanism
A Renaissance intellectual movement in which thinkers studied…
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World History: Chapter 17 (European Renaissance & Reformation)
Renaissance
humanism
secular
Michelangelo
A time of great revival of classical art, literature, and lea…
A Renaissance intellectual movement in which thinkers studied…
Focusing on worldly rather than spiritual matters.
Renaissance artist considered one of the greatest of all time…
Renaissance
A time of great revival of classical art, literature, and lea…
humanism
A Renaissance intellectual movement in which thinkers studied…
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AP European History Renaissance
Why the Renaissance started in Italian…
Events that mark the beginning of the…
Florence
Ciompi Revolt
Geographically a gateway between East and West... Italians be…
The deaths of Petrarch (father of humanism) and Boccaccio (au…
A city state that is an example of social division and anarch…
An uprising of the poor in Florence due to feuding of classes…
Why the Renaissance started in Italian…
Geographically a gateway between East and West... Italians be…
Events that mark the beginning of the…
The deaths of Petrarch (father of humanism) and Boccaccio (au…
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AP European History - World War II
D-Day
Final Solution
Benito Mussolini
Fascism
On June 6, 1944, U.S., Canadian, and British forces invaded G…
The phrase used by the Nazis for their goal of exterminating…
Fascist leader of Italy from 1922-45. Originally a Socialist,…
Political and economic movement that emphasizes nationalism a…
D-Day
On June 6, 1944, U.S., Canadian, and British forces invaded G…
Final Solution
The phrase used by the Nazis for their goal of exterminating…
The Italian Renaissance - AP WORLD HISTORY
What are several general adjectives to…
What are several adjectives describing…
How long did the Middle Ages last?
What was the Renaissance?
1. Polytheistic... 2. Artistic... 3. Philosophy... 4. Hellenistic ... 5.…
1. Decentralized... 2. Religious ... 3. Feudalism... 4. Gothic... 5. Age…
After fall of Rome in 476, Europe was in the Middle Ages for…
1. "Rebirth" of classical knowledge (1400-1600) ... 2. Crusades…
What are several general adjectives to…
1. Polytheistic... 2. Artistic... 3. Philosophy... 4. Hellenistic ... 5.…
What are several adjectives describing…
1. Decentralized... 2. Religious ... 3. Feudalism... 4. Gothic... 5. Age…
history-renaissance (european knowledge of the world)
whos armies reached india
what improved as trade increased
who traveled along the silk route to c…
what did arab traders provide
alexander the great
knowledge of the east
marco polo
gold, leather and african slaves
whos armies reached india
alexander the great
what improved as trade increased
knowledge of the east
Renaissance and Reformation AP World History
the great western schism
Renaissance
Reformation
Medici Family
The internal divisoin of the church where three men claimed t…
"rebirth"; following the Middle Ages, a movement that centere…
A 16th-century movement in Western Europe that aimed at refor…
A 15th Century, Florence based middle-class, banking family.…
the great western schism
The internal divisoin of the church where three men claimed t…
Renaissance
"rebirth"; following the Middle Ages, a movement that centere…
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AP European History: World War I
Nationalism
Ottoman Empire
Pan Slavism
Imperialism
Inspires a sense of unity and desire for independence about s…
"Sick man of Europe" receded from Balkans creating a power va…
To seek a single political entity in Southern Europe
Increases wealth and power among colonial nations but develop…
Nationalism
Inspires a sense of unity and desire for independence about s…
Ottoman Empire
"Sick man of Europe" receded from Balkans creating a power va…
World History: Chapter 17 (European Renaissance & Reformation)
Renaissance
humanism
secular
Michelangelo
A time of great revival of classical art, literature, and lea…
A Renaissance intellectual movement in which thinkers studied…
Focusing on worldly rather than spiritual matters.
Renaissance artist considered one of the greatest of all time…
Renaissance
A time of great revival of classical art, literature, and lea…
humanism
A Renaissance intellectual movement in which thinkers studied…
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AP European History - World War I
Lusitania
Archduke Franz Ferdinand
Treaty of Versailles
Weimar Republic
The British passenger ship torpedoed by the Germans in 1915,…
He was the heir of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire. He was assa…
One of the treaties of Paris (1919) that ended WWI. It incens…
The name of Germany's fledgling post WWI democracy. Named for…
Lusitania
The British passenger ship torpedoed by the Germans in 1915,…
Archduke Franz Ferdinand
He was the heir of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire. He was assa…
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World History Midterm Ch 1 European Renaissance
Renaissance
Secular
Humanism
Perspective
A time of creativity and great change in many areas
common, not religious
study of classical culture of Greece/Rome
new technique that was developed, focused on details
Renaissance
A time of creativity and great change in many areas
Secular
common, not religious
50 terms
AP European History - Renaissance
The Renaissance
Jacob Burckhardt
The Medici Family
Cosimo de Medici
The period of artistic, cultural, and intellectual revival fr…
A 19th century historian who claimed the Renaissance period s…
Most famous dynasty of merchants and bankers who used their w…
Allied with other powerful families of Florence and became th…
The Renaissance
The period of artistic, cultural, and intellectual revival fr…
Jacob Burckhardt
A 19th century historian who claimed the Renaissance period s…
World History: Chapter 17 (European Renaissance & Reformation)
Renaissance
humanism
secular
Michelangelo
A time of great revival of classical art, literature, and lea…
A Renaissance intellectual movement in which thinkers studied…
Focusing on worldly rather than spiritual matters.
Renaissance artist considered one of the greatest of all time…
Renaissance
A time of great revival of classical art, literature, and lea…
humanism
A Renaissance intellectual movement in which thinkers studied…
Art Renaissance ID- AP World History
Mona Lisa- Da Vinci
Last Supper- Da Vinci
David- Michelangelo
Dome of St.Peters- Michelangelo
Commissioned by a Florentine merchant as a portrait of his wi…
Uses of " Vanishing point" or perspective draws focus to Chri…
Portrays an Old Testament biblical theme characteristic of th…
Shows the multi- talented abilities of the artist, one of sev…
Mona Lisa- Da Vinci
Commissioned by a Florentine merchant as a portrait of his wi…
Last Supper- Da Vinci
Uses of " Vanishing point" or perspective draws focus to Chri…
25 terms
World History: Chapter 17 (European Renaissance & Reformation)
Renaissance
humanism
secular
Michelangelo
A time of great revival of classical art, literature, and lea…
A Renaissance intellectual movement in which thinkers studied…
Focusing on worldly rather than spiritual matters.
Renaissance artist considered one of the greatest of all time…
Renaissance
A time of great revival of classical art, literature, and lea…
humanism
A Renaissance intellectual movement in which thinkers studied…
36 terms
AP World History Renaissance People
Medicis
Petrarch
Erasmus
Thomas More
wealthiest family in italy... patrons of the arts
famous for sonnets about love written in the vernacular... by th…
praise of folly
eutopia
Medicis
wealthiest family in italy... patrons of the arts
Petrarch
famous for sonnets about love written in the vernacular... by th…
18 terms
AP European History - Renaissance
Vernacular Languages
Jacob Burkhardt
The Van Eyck Brothers
Johannes Gutenberg
The common speech of the masses. They were the alternative to…
Nineteenth-century historian who formulated the concept that…
Flemish painters who applied great attention to the details i…
The European inventor of the printing press, which allowed bo…
Vernacular Languages
The common speech of the masses. They were the alternative to…
Jacob Burkhardt
Nineteenth-century historian who formulated the concept that…
World History: Chapter 17 (European Renaissance & Reformation)
Renaissance
humanism
secular
Michelangelo
A time of great revival of classical art, literature, and lea…
A Renaissance intellectual movement in which thinkers studied…
Focusing on worldly rather than spiritual matters.
Renaissance artist considered one of the greatest of all time…
Renaissance
A time of great revival of classical art, literature, and lea…
humanism
A Renaissance intellectual movement in which thinkers studied…
World History: Chapter 17 (European Renaissance & Reformation)
Renaissance
humanism
secular
patron
A time of great revival of classical art, literature, and lea…
A Renaissance intellectual movement in which thinkers studied…
Focusing on worldly rather than spiritual matters.
Someone who financially supports another person's work. Durin…
Renaissance
A time of great revival of classical art, literature, and lea…
humanism
A Renaissance intellectual movement in which thinkers studied…
22 terms
AP European History - Renaissance
Italian Renaissance
city-states
Republic of Florence
Medici family
a great cultural movement which brought about a period of sci…
a political phenomenon of small independent states in the nor…
(included Republic of Genoa)... a. Center of the Renaissance dur…
Family that dominated Republic of Florence
Italian Renaissance
a great cultural movement which brought about a period of sci…
city-states
a political phenomenon of small independent states in the nor…
62 terms
World History Chapter 17: European Renaissance and Reformation
Renaissance
Italy
Medici
Humanism
Explosion of creativity in Europe; rebirth of art and learnin…
Starting place of the Renaissance
Wealthy family in Florence that supported the arts
Focus on human potential and achievements; based on classical…
Renaissance
Explosion of creativity in Europe; rebirth of art and learnin…
Italy
Starting place of the Renaissance
AP European History: Renaissance
doge
secularism
Treaty of Lodi
vernacular
chief executive of Venice elected for life by the senate body…
nonreligious; humanists tended to be more secular with their…
political alliance of Milan, Naples, and Florence against the…
spoken language; text became increasingly written in the vern…
doge
chief executive of Venice elected for life by the senate body…
secularism
nonreligious; humanists tended to be more secular with their…
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World History: Chapter 17 (European Renaissance & Reformation)
Renaissance
Medici
humanism
secular
A time of great revival of classical art, literature, and lea…
Powerful family that controlled Florence during Renaissance w…
A Renaissance intellectual movement in which thinkers studied…
Focusing on worldly rather than spiritual matters.
Renaissance
A time of great revival of classical art, literature, and lea…
Medici
Powerful family that controlled Florence during Renaissance w…
Renaissance (AP European History)
Humanism
Individualism
Renaissance
Secularism
The recovery and study of classical authors and writings.
The emphasis on the unique and creative personally
The period from 1400 to 1600 that witnessed a transformation…
the emphasis on the here and-now rather than on the spiritual…
Humanism
The recovery and study of classical authors and writings.
Individualism
The emphasis on the unique and creative personally
Renaissance- AP European History
Renaissance
Key characteristics of the Renaissance
Communes
Oligarchy
French meaning "rebirth," from approx. 1350-1550. it was a re…
urban, city-states, wealth, secular pleasures, recovery, 'uni…
During the rise of Italian city-states, the cities were not r…
A system of government where the wealthy Aristocrats rule the…
Renaissance
French meaning "rebirth," from approx. 1350-1550. it was a re…
Key characteristics of the Renaissance
urban, city-states, wealth, secular pleasures, recovery, 'uni…
24 terms
AP European History - Renaissance
Italian Renaissance
Jacob Burckhart
city-states
commenda system
a great cultural movement which brought about a period of sci…
19th century historian that claimed the Renaissance period st…
a political phenomenon of small independent states in the nor…
Contract between merchant and... "merchant-adventurer" who agree…
Italian Renaissance
a great cultural movement which brought about a period of sci…
Jacob Burckhart
19th century historian that claimed the Renaissance period st…
10 terms
AP world history European absolutes
Phillip II
Maria Theresa
ferdinand and isabella
Elizabeth I
Spain - hapsburgs - defeated the turks at lepanto ruled durin…
austria - hapsburgs - ruled by pragmatic sanction, allied wit…
spain - hapsburgs - united spain and funded initial voyages o…
england - tudors- defeated the spanish armada, fostered liter…
Phillip II
Spain - hapsburgs - defeated the turks at lepanto ruled durin…
Maria Theresa
austria - hapsburgs - ruled by pragmatic sanction, allied wit…
Age of European Exploration: AP World History Vocab
Caravels
Conquistadors
Viceroy
Encomienda system
mobile sailing ships with both lateen and square sails that b…
"conquerors". Leader in the Spanish conquests in the Americas…
the administrative head of the provinces of New Spain and Per…
under which European settlers received grants of land and cou…
Caravels
mobile sailing ships with both lateen and square sails that b…
Conquistadors
"conquerors". Leader in the Spanish conquests in the Americas…
AP European History - Renaissance
Italian Renaissance
Jacob Burckhart
city-states
commenda system
a great cultural movement which brought about a period of sci…
19th century historian that claimed the Renaissance period st…
a political phenomenon of small independent states in the nor…
Contract between merchant and... "merchant-adventurer" who agree…
Italian Renaissance
a great cultural movement which brought about a period of sci…
Jacob Burckhart
19th century historian that claimed the Renaissance period st…
Ap european history renaissance
4 major breakthroughs in renaissance a…
chiaroscuro
contraposto
fresco
1. oil on stretched canvas... 2. perspective... 3. the use of light…
the treatment of light and shade in a drawing or painting
weight concentrated on one leg with the rest of the body rela…
painting done rapidly on wet plaster. colors become fixed as…
4 major breakthroughs in renaissance a…
1. oil on stretched canvas... 2. perspective... 3. the use of light…
chiaroscuro
the treatment of light and shade in a drawing or painting
European Renaissance and Reformation 1300-1600 world history
anne boleyn
Catherine of Aragon
Henery VIII
Jane Seymour
Henry VIII mistress during the time of the English Reformatio…
1st wife of Henry VIII. Mother of Mary I. Henry's desire for…
HB, 1st wife Catherine of Aargon (mary most catholic) 2nd wif…
Third wife of Henry VIII who gave birth to Edward VI and died…
anne boleyn
Henry VIII mistress during the time of the English Reformatio…
Catherine of Aragon
1st wife of Henry VIII. Mother of Mary I. Henry's desire for…
45 terms
World History Chapter 1: European Renaissance
Time Period of Renaissance
Humanism
Humanists (Who?), What they believed?…
Black Death
1300-1600
intellectual movement focused on human potential
Group of Italian scholars who were interested in classical wr…
1348-1350... Killed 30%-60% of the people in Europe... Almost 100,0…
Time Period of Renaissance
1300-1600
Humanism
intellectual movement focused on human potential
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