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Political Consolidation of the Lutheran Reformation
Diet of Augsburg
Schmalkaldic League
Augsburg Confession
King Frederick I
Told all Lutherans to basically come back to Catholicism
Defensive Lutheran alliance
Definitive statement of Lutheran belief made in 1530
King of Denmark who joined Schmalkaldic League
Diet of Augsburg
Told all Lutherans to basically come back to Catholicism
Schmalkaldic League
Defensive Lutheran alliance
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The Reformation Unit 9
Reasons for growing discontent in the…
Martin Luther
How Martin Luther became a Christian
Salvation
Abuses of power in the church; ... Corruption of church leaders,…
From Germany, ... began the Protestant Reformation in the early…
Lightning storm nearly killed him - he cried out to God and d…
Being made right with God,... Acceptance into heaven
Reasons for growing discontent in the…
Abuses of power in the church; ... Corruption of church leaders,…
Martin Luther
From Germany, ... began the Protestant Reformation in the early…
World History Fall Semester
Judaism
Christianity
Islam
Five Pillars of Islam
Religion of the ancient Hebrews; sacred book the Torah; monot…
Religion that grew out of Judaism based on the teachings of J…
Religion based on the teachings of Muhammad formed in 632; mo…
1. There is no god but Allah... 2. Pray 5 times a day... 3. Fast du…
Judaism
Religion of the ancient Hebrews; sacred book the Torah; monot…
Christianity
Religion that grew out of Judaism based on the teachings of J…
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AP Euro Unit 2: Reformation & European Society
causes of discontent with the Catholic…
Luther's Ninety-Five Theses (causes &…
Diet of Worms
Lutheran beliefs
∙selling of indulgences... ∙Church went away from spiritual aspe…
∙After seeing Tetzal selling indulgences, he posted his 95 th…
∙Luther was called to Diet of Worms to recant his statement a…
∙basic foundation is to find salvation through faith, not goo…
causes of discontent with the Catholic…
∙selling of indulgences... ∙Church went away from spiritual aspe…
Luther's Ninety-Five Theses (causes &…
∙After seeing Tetzal selling indulgences, he posted his 95 th…
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Protestant Reformation
indulgences
Luther
Desiderius Erasmus
William Tyndale
certificates sold by catholic church to cancel a sin
wrote the 95 Theses to challenge the pope
wrote Praise of Folly and believed people need to do good to…
translated entire bible into English
indulgences
certificates sold by catholic church to cancel a sin
Luther
wrote the 95 Theses to challenge the pope
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2.3-4 The Reformation
Simony
indulgences
John Wycliffe
John Huss
the buying and selling of Church offices/positions
a document that forgave sins and released souls from purgator…
first to claim that the Bible and Catholic Church teachings d…
Challenged the worldliness of the Catholic Church and used to…
Simony
the buying and selling of Church offices/positions
indulgences
a document that forgave sins and released souls from purgator…
Reformation- 7th Grade World History NC
Protestant Reformation
Martin Luther
95 Theses
exploiting
a religious movement focused on reforming the Catholic Church…
wrote 95 Theses, did not like the Catholic church because he…
arguments made by Martin Luther condemning the Catholic churc…
to use a person or a situation in an unfair or selfish way
Protestant Reformation
a religious movement focused on reforming the Catholic Church…
Martin Luther
wrote 95 Theses, did not like the Catholic church because he…
Counter-Reformation
Reformation
Indulgence
Henry VIII
King Henry VIII
A movement for religious reform of the Catholic Church
Selling of forgiveness of sins by the Catholic Church
English King who broke away from Pope in order to divorce his…
King of England. ... Brought religious change to England; starte…
Reformation
A movement for religious reform of the Catholic Church
Indulgence
Selling of forgiveness of sins by the Catholic Church
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Hum 102 Ch. 14
Reformation
Counter-Reformation
Christian humanism
Northern Renaissance
Reform movement that began in Germany in 1517 and led to the…
Late 16th c. Catholic response to the Protestant Reformation…
Movement to rid church of worldliness through ideals of class…
16th c. movement that kept late Gothic style and delayed the…
Reformation
Reform movement that began in Germany in 1517 and led to the…
Counter-Reformation
Late 16th c. Catholic response to the Protestant Reformation…
History chapter 12
Martin Luther
John Calvin
Charles V
King Henry VIII
Beginning of Protestant reformation, Becomes a monk, professo…
French Theologian Moved to Switzerland Reformed Doctrine focu…
Bible written in Latin/ Catholic=Universal church... "1" truth=…
Wanted to divorce his first wife, Catherine of Aragon, with w…
Martin Luther
Beginning of Protestant reformation, Becomes a monk, professo…
John Calvin
French Theologian Moved to Switzerland Reformed Doctrine focu…
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Reformation
(Protestant) Reformation
John Calvin
Martin Luther
95 Theses
A religious movement of the 16th century that began as an att…
Developed the Christian theology known as Calvinism. Attracte…
German monk who is considered to be the person who started th…
Arguments, including the sale of indulgences, written by Mart…
(Protestant) Reformation
A religious movement of the 16th century that began as an att…
John Calvin
Developed the Christian theology known as Calvinism. Attracte…
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Words
Council of Trent
Puritan
Indulgences
Jesuits
Ended practices dat had been criticized
Wanted to purify church ways
Sold freedom from sins(church)
Spread catholicism round da world
Council of Trent
Ended practices dat had been criticized
Puritan
Wanted to purify church ways
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History terms
John Wycliffe
Lollards
John Huss
Council of Constance
One of the strongest voices in protest of corruption
Wycliffe's followers
Bohemian reformer
Trial for Huss
John Wycliffe
One of the strongest voices in protest of corruption
Lollards
Wycliffe's followers
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MWH Chapter 1 Renaissance & Reformation
Renaissance
Humanism
secular
patron
rebirth (from 1300 to 1600); a revival of pre-Christian art a…
the doctrine that people's duty is to promote human welfare
worldly; not pertaining to church matters or religion; temporal
a person who gives financial or other support to a person.
Renaissance
rebirth (from 1300 to 1600); a revival of pre-Christian art a…
Humanism
the doctrine that people's duty is to promote human welfare
AP European History Chapter 13 - Reformation and Religious Warfare in the Sixteenth Century
Christian (northern) Renaissance Human…
Pluralism
Confession
Justification
An intellectual movement in northern Europe in the late fifte…
The practice of holding several church offices simultaneously…
One of the seven sacraments of the Catholic Church; it provid…
The primary doctrine of the Protestant Reformation, teaching…
Christian (northern) Renaissance Human…
An intellectual movement in northern Europe in the late fifte…
Pluralism
The practice of holding several church offices simultaneously…
AQ 6
John Wycliffe
John Huss
Martin Luther
Indulgence
English theologian; advocated the belief that there were cert…
preacher from Prague; called for Church reforms particularly…
German monk who taught at the University of Wittenberg; led P…
traditionally granted to individuals who had sincerely repent…
John Wycliffe
English theologian; advocated the belief that there were cert…
John Huss
preacher from Prague; called for Church reforms particularly…
Church History
Transubstantiation and the mass
Augsburg confession
Papal authority
"Defender of the faith"
Catholic
Protestant
Catholic
Anglican
Transubstantiation and the mass
Catholic
Augsburg confession
Protestant
Protestant Reformation
Protestant Reformation
Protestant Reformation
Catholic Church
Catholic Church
Important turning point in the history of the Catholic Church
Ended the unity of the Church
It was the only institution at that time that had unified org…
One of the wealthiest institutions in Europe
Protestant Reformation
Important turning point in the history of the Catholic Church
Protestant Reformation
Ended the unity of the Church
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Catholicism vs. Sects of Protestantism
Beliefs about Salvation: Catholicism
Beliefs about Salvation: Lutheranism
Beliefs about Salvation: Calvinism
Beliefs about Salvation: Anabaptism
Achieved by faith and good deeds
Achieved through faith alone
Predestination: God decides before you are born
Follow example of Christ: really literal about this path
Beliefs about Salvation: Catholicism
Achieved by faith and good deeds
Beliefs about Salvation: Lutheranism
Achieved through faith alone
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history
the protestant reformation happened wh…
this controversy starts when arch bish…
this pope agrees with Albert about ind…
this person sells indulgences for the…
Erasmus
indulgence contreversy
leo X
Johan tetzel
the protestant reformation happened wh…
Erasmus
this controversy starts when arch bish…
indulgence contreversy
History Ch. 31- Riley
Lutheranism
the Augsburg Confession
Calvinism
predestination
Denomination of Christianity formed by Martin Luther. Believe…
What Lutherans did to confirm their belief in Lutheranism.
A major branch of Protestantism that follows the theological…
God's knowledge before time began of who would and would not…
Lutheranism
Denomination of Christianity formed by Martin Luther. Believe…
the Augsburg Confession
What Lutherans did to confirm their belief in Lutheranism.
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History Chapter 12
Lollards
Recant
Sola fide
Indulgences
Followers of John Wcliffe
Renounce one's beliefs
Justification by faith alone; reformation doctrine that a man…
Certificate that supposedly granted Larson from the punishmen…
Lollards
Followers of John Wcliffe
Recant
Renounce one's beliefs
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Terzulli hw
Simony
Nepotism
Abuse of indulgences
Improper veneration of relics
the buying or selling of ecclesiastical privileges.
the practice among those with power or influence of favoring…
When a priest takes advantage of purification and charges mon…
Honoring false relics, considered a heresy.
Simony
the buying or selling of ecclesiastical privileges.
Nepotism
the practice among those with power or influence of favoring…
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History Unit 3 study Guide
Edict of Restitution 1629
Calvinism
Peace of Prague 1635
Diet of Augsburg (1530)
Calvinism is illegal; all Calvinist land should go back to Lu…
a Protestant religion created by John Calvin
Stop all fighting between HRE and Swedish, take what we have…
Meeting in Augsburg about the religious disunity in the empir…
Edict of Restitution 1629
Calvinism is illegal; all Calvinist land should go back to Lu…
Calvinism
a Protestant religion created by John Calvin
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Religion
The imitation of Chirst
Ninety- five Theses
Cuis regui, eius religio
Augsburg Confession
a work promoted a timeless path to personal holiness as an ef…
a list posted by Martin Luther in the church door at Wittenbe…
latin for "whose region, his religion"
the basic creed of Lutheranism
The imitation of Chirst
a work promoted a timeless path to personal holiness as an ef…
Ninety- five Theses
a list posted by Martin Luther in the church door at Wittenbe…
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AQ 6
John Wycliffe
John Huss
Martin Luther
Indulgence
English theologian; advocated the belief that there were cert…
preacher from Prague; called for Church reforms particularly…
German monk who taught at the University of Wittenberg; led P…
traditionally granted to individuals who had sincerely repent…
John Wycliffe
English theologian; advocated the belief that there were cert…
John Huss
preacher from Prague; called for Church reforms particularly…
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Reform and Renewal in the Christian Church
Thomas More
Cramner
Brethren of the Common Life
John Knox
wrote Utopia, was beheaded when he refused to acknowledge tha…
suggested that if the Pope would not annul Henry VIII's marri…
followers of Thomas a' Kempis who tried to like a Christ-like…
a Calvinist who introduced Presbyterianism to Scotland
Thomas More
wrote Utopia, was beheaded when he refused to acknowledge tha…
Cramner
suggested that if the Pope would not annul Henry VIII's marri…
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Church History - Luther & Lutheranism (outline 8, chapter 27)
Zwingli
Luther
Diet of Speier
Second Diet at Speier
Believed Communion is a memorial of Christ's death.
Believed in the real physical presence of Christ at Communion
Gave rulers authority to choose religion of their state
Declared Roman Catholicism the only legal religion
Zwingli
Believed Communion is a memorial of Christ's death.
Luther
Believed in the real physical presence of Christ at Communion
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AP European History 7b-9 Vocab
[Swiss] cantons
Zwingli
Imperial Diet in 1530 in Augsburg
Augsburg Confession
Local governments that revolted against the Hapsburgs and bec…
believed music shouldn't obtain interments not based on Scrip…
stated that a German prince could choose whether his land wou…
A document that listed the main beliefs of the followers of L…
[Swiss] cantons
Local governments that revolted against the Hapsburgs and bec…
Zwingli
believed music shouldn't obtain interments not based on Scrip…
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Reformation
(Protestant) Reformation
John Calvin
Martin Luther
95 Theses
A religious movement of the 16th century that began as an att…
Developed the Christian theology known as Calvinism. Attracte…
German monk who is considered to be the person who started th…
Arguments, including the sale of indulgences, written by Mart…
(Protestant) Reformation
A religious movement of the 16th century that began as an att…
John Calvin
Developed the Christian theology known as Calvinism. Attracte…
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Ch. 14 AP European History (Reform and Renewal in the Christian Church)
Martin Luther
John Calvin
Ulrich Zwingli
Ignatius Loyola
Was born a miner's son in 1483. Became a theologian and leade…
Swiss theologian (born in France) whose tenets (predestinatio…
The "People's Priest" in Zurich. Convinced that Christianity…
Principal founder and first Superior General of the Society o…
Martin Luther
Was born a miner's son in 1483. Became a theologian and leade…
John Calvin
Swiss theologian (born in France) whose tenets (predestinatio…
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AP Euro Unit 2 Review
Protestant Reformation
What were the problems with the church?
Pluralism
Brethren of the Common Life
16th-century religious, political, intellectual and cultural…
clerical ignorance, selling of indulgences, clerical immorality
An official holding more than one office at a time
Religious community made in 14th century, self-supporting, li…
Protestant Reformation
16th-century religious, political, intellectual and cultural…
What were the problems with the church?
clerical ignorance, selling of indulgences, clerical immorality
1/20/15 History
Peace of Augsburg (1555)
Peace of Westphalia (1648)
Edict of Nantes (1598)
Council of Trent
Instituted by the Diet of the Holy Roman Empire on September…
Signed October 24, 1648 resulting in the end of the Thirty Ye…
Law granted April 13, 1598 by King Henry IV of France grantin…
Occurred between 1545 and 1563 in response to the Protestant…
Peace of Augsburg (1555)
Instituted by the Diet of the Holy Roman Empire on September…
Peace of Westphalia (1648)
Signed October 24, 1648 resulting in the end of the Thirty Ye…
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Reformation
Christian Humanism
Desiderius Erasmus
Indulgences
Martin Luther
Christian humanism believed in the ability of human being to…
Believed the Church should show people how to live good daily…
Release from all or part of punishment fro sin by the Catholi…
Believed that humans are powerless in the sight of an almight…
Christian Humanism
Christian humanism believed in the ability of human being to…
Desiderius Erasmus
Believed the Church should show people how to live good daily…
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History Midterm Review
Martin Luther
John Calvin
King Henry VIII
Thomas Cranmer
Monk, professor, helped England move away from Catholicism to…
One of the leaders of protestantism also came up with the ide…
English Reformation-Turned his country into Protestant nation
Archbishop who refused to annul king's marriage under catholi…
Martin Luther
Monk, professor, helped England move away from Catholicism to…
John Calvin
One of the leaders of protestantism also came up with the ide…
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History Mid-term Review
Martin Luther
John Calvin
King Henry VIII
Thomas Cranmer
monk, preached faith, on October 31, 1517 he went out and pos…
ML's successor, protestant theologian, made powerful impact o…
had six wives, 3 children, was King of England, turned his co…
was archbishop of Canterbury, leader of English reformation w…
Martin Luther
monk, preached faith, on October 31, 1517 he went out and pos…
John Calvin
ML's successor, protestant theologian, made powerful impact o…
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CHAPTER 13 REFORMATION - KEY TERMS
PLURALISM
CONFESSION
SALVATION
JUSTIFICATION
High Catholic Church officials supervising more than one chur…
The act of asking God for forgiveness.
The Christian belief in being delivered or saved from sin.
The act by which a person is made deserving of salvation.
PLURALISM
High Catholic Church officials supervising more than one chur…
CONFESSION
The act of asking God for forgiveness.
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Reformation
German Peasant Revolt 1524
Puritans
Huguenots
Bible Book of Romans
began because poor Germans were inspired by Martin Luther's t…
English protestants who were dissatisfied with Queen Elizabet…
French Calvinist protestants who fled because they faced pers…
also known as St. Paul's epistle to the Romans, is what led M…
German Peasant Revolt 1524
began because poor Germans were inspired by Martin Luther's t…
Puritans
English protestants who were dissatisfied with Queen Elizabet…
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Vocabulary Words Chapter 13
Millenarianism
Transubstantiation
Pluralism
Confession
he doctrine of or belief in a future (and typically imminent)…
a doctrine of the Roman Catholic Church that during the Eucha…
The practice of holding several church offices simultaneously…
One of the seven sacraments of the Catholic Church, provided…
Millenarianism
he doctrine of or belief in a future (and typically imminent)…
Transubstantiation
a doctrine of the Roman Catholic Church that during the Eucha…
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renaissance
(Protestant) Reformation
John Calvin
Martin Luther
95 Theses
A religious movement of the 16th century that began as an att…
Developed the Christian theology known as Calvinism. Attracte…
German monk who is considered to be the person who started th…
Arguments, including the sale of indulgences, written by Mart…
(Protestant) Reformation
A religious movement of the 16th century that began as an att…
John Calvin
Developed the Christian theology known as Calvinism. Attracte…
AP European History - Reformation
John Wycliffe
John Hus
Justification by Faith Alone
Doctrine of Predestination
He was an early critic of the church's corrupt practices. He…
Czech man; Thought he was going to openly debate his views; b…
The belief that salvation was achieved through true belief in…
The Calvinist ideology that only a select few people were cho…
John Wycliffe
He was an early critic of the church's corrupt practices. He…
John Hus
Czech man; Thought he was going to openly debate his views; b…
chapter 13 terms
Transubstantiation
Reformation
Millenarianism
Pluralism
a doctrine of the Roman Catholic Church that during the Eucha…
16th century movement for the reform of abuses in the Roman C…
the doctrine of or belief in a future (and typically imminent…
The practice of holding several church offices simultaneously…
Transubstantiation
a doctrine of the Roman Catholic Church that during the Eucha…
Reformation
16th century movement for the reform of abuses in the Roman C…
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Ch. 13 - Jazmine Gonzalez
Transubstantiation
Reformation
Millenarianism
Pluralism
a doctrine of the Roman Catholic Church that during the Eucha…
16th century movement for the reform of abuses in the Roman C…
he doctrine of or belief in a future (and typically imminent)…
The practice of holding several church offices simultaneously…
Transubstantiation
a doctrine of the Roman Catholic Church that during the Eucha…
Reformation
16th century movement for the reform of abuses in the Roman C…
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History - Protestant Reformation
Johann Tetzel
Pope Leo X
Martin Luther
Ulrich Zwingli
- Roman Catholic German Dominican friar & preacher... - granted…
- Julius' successor... - 1513-1521... - patron of Renaissance cultu…
- German friar, priest, & professor of theology... - strongly in…
- leader of Reformation in Switz... - sermons based on the Bible…
Johann Tetzel
- Roman Catholic German Dominican friar & preacher... - granted…
Pope Leo X
- Julius' successor... - 1513-1521... - patron of Renaissance cultu…
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History Ch. 13 Vocab
Christian/Northern Renaissance Humanism
Pluralism
Confession
Justification
an intellectual movement in northern Europe in the late fifte…
the practice of holding several church offices simultaneously
one of the seven sacraments of the Catholic Church; it provid…
the primary doctrine of the Protestant Reformation, teaching…
Christian/Northern Renaissance Humanism
an intellectual movement in northern Europe in the late fifte…
Pluralism
the practice of holding several church offices simultaneously
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History
John Wycliffe
Lollards
John Huss
Council of Constance
Morning Star of the Reformation... Against Roman Catholic... Bible…
Followers of John Wycliffe
Prague ... Tricked to come to Council of Constance
Resolved papacy
John Wycliffe
Morning Star of the Reformation... Against Roman Catholic... Bible…
Lollards
Followers of John Wycliffe
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AP European History Unit 2 People & Events
Johann Tetzel
Pope Leo X
Martin Luther
Pope Paul III
dominican friar who sold indulgences passionately like a carn…
The pope who issued indulegences as a way to fund raise for S…
A German monk and reformer who started the Protestant Reforma…
His inauguration was a major turning point in the reformation…
Johann Tetzel
dominican friar who sold indulgences passionately like a carn…
Pope Leo X
The pope who issued indulegences as a way to fund raise for S…
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Unit 2 Reformation & Religious Wars
simony
indulgences
Martin Luther
Johann Tetzel
the buying or selling of holy offices (taking bribes) to gain…
A document Issued by the Catholic Church lessening penance or…
95 Theses, posted in 1517, led to religious reform in Germany…
Popular, persuasive Dominican friar appointed by Archbishop A…
simony
the buying or selling of holy offices (taking bribes) to gain…
indulgences
A document Issued by the Catholic Church lessening penance or…
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European History Chapter 4
Martin Luther
Pope Leo X
Philip Melanchton
Charles V
The central figure in the Protestant Reformation
Excommunicated Martin Luther in 1521
Leader of the Lutheran educational reform and is known as the…
Made efforts to reestablish Catholicism in Germany
Martin Luther
The central figure in the Protestant Reformation
Pope Leo X
Excommunicated Martin Luther in 1521
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World History: (Unit 2) Exam Study Guide
secular humanism
Early Modern Era
Medicis
Baldassare Castiglione
the belief that nothing is higher than man (there is no God)
Time period that the Renaissance marks the beginning of
powerful Italian banking family that promoted learning, art,…
An Italian writer who wrote a famous book on etiquette called…
secular humanism
the belief that nothing is higher than man (there is no God)
Early Modern Era
Time period that the Renaissance marks the beginning of
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