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Ap euro European renaissance
Humanism
renaissance
Florence
what made florence financial capital
supported liberal arts
means rebirth, consciousness among elites
ruled by de medicis
banking (medici bank)
Humanism
supported liberal arts
renaissance
means rebirth, consciousness among elites
AP Euro- European Society In The Age Of The Renaissance
Niccolo Machiavelli
Castiglione
Christine de Pizan
Francesco Petrarch
Wrote the prince (1513) stated that the ends justifies the me…
Wrote the book of the courtier. (1528) perhaps the most impor…
May have been the first European woman to earn her career as…
Claimed the middle ages were the dark ages. Considered the fi…
Niccolo Machiavelli
Wrote the prince (1513) stated that the ends justifies the me…
Castiglione
Wrote the book of the courtier. (1528) perhaps the most impor…
88 terms
Ch. 13 AP Euro (European Society in the Age of the Renaissance)
Savonarola
Mirandola
Pope Julius II
Giorgio Vasari
A Dominican friar that predicted the French invasion of Flore…
He was an Italian Renaissance philosopher known for his Orati…
Known as the "Warrior pope." Suppressed the Borgia family and…
Tuscan writer wrote "Lives of the Artists," a book of biograp…
Savonarola
A Dominican friar that predicted the French invasion of Flore…
Mirandola
He was an Italian Renaissance philosopher known for his Orati…
AP Euro Chapter 13 - European Society in the Age of the Renaissance
Cesar Borgia (1475-1507)
Franceso Petrarch (1304-1374)
Pico della Mirandola (1463-1494)
Giotto (1276-1337)
-Son of Pope Alexander VI... -Aided his father militarily and po…
-Poet and Humanist... -Believed that he was living at the start…
-Florentine Writer... -Wrote the essay "On the Dignity of Man"... -…
-Florentine Painter... -Led the way in use of Realism... -Treatmen…
Cesar Borgia (1475-1507)
-Son of Pope Alexander VI... -Aided his father militarily and po…
Franceso Petrarch (1304-1374)
-Poet and Humanist... -Believed that he was living at the start…
AP Euro Chapter 13 - European Society in the Age of the Renaissance
Cesar Borgia (1475-1507)
Franceso Petrarch (1304-1374)
Pico della Mirandola (1463-1494)
Giotto (1276-1337)
-Son of Pope Alexander VI... -Aided his father militarily and po…
-Poet and Humanist... -Believed that he was living at the start…
-Florentine Writer... -Wrote the essay "On the Dignity of Man"... -…
-Florentine Painter... -Led the way in use of Realism... -Treatmen…
Cesar Borgia (1475-1507)
-Son of Pope Alexander VI... -Aided his father militarily and po…
Franceso Petrarch (1304-1374)
-Poet and Humanist... -Believed that he was living at the start…
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AP Euro History: European Society in the Age of the Renaissance
republic of venice
sforza family
duchy of milan
lorenzo de'medici
state originating from the lagoon communities in Venice
ruling family of renaissance italy, based in milan. acquired…
constituent state of the holy roman empire, 26 towns and a ru…
italian statesman, ruler of florence, most powerful and enthu…
republic of venice
state originating from the lagoon communities in Venice
sforza family
ruling family of renaissance italy, based in milan. acquired…
AP Euro Chapter 12: European Society in the Age of the Renaissance
Renaissance
Patronage
Communes
Popolo
French word meaning rebirth, describes culture of classical a…
Financial support of writers and artists to produce specific…
Sworn associations of free men in Italian cities led my merch…
Disenfranchised common Italians
Renaissance
French word meaning rebirth, describes culture of classical a…
Patronage
Financial support of writers and artists to produce specific…
AP Euro- Chapter 13: European Society In The Age Of The Renaissance
Humanism
Liberal studies
Renaissance
Secularism
Emphasized the critical study of the Greek and roman classics…
Humanism emphasized the study of ___ or humanities
Means rebirth. Was applied to to the renewed interest in stud…
Emphasis on the value of worldly- not religious (sacred) thin…
Humanism
Emphasized the critical study of the Greek and roman classics…
Liberal studies
Humanism emphasized the study of ___ or humanities
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Ap Euro Chapter 13: European Society in the Age of the Renaissance Vocab.
Communes
Conversos
Gabelle
Humanism
Associations of men in Italian cities such as Milan, Florence…
Term applied to Jews who accepted Christianity. Spanish natio…
French tax on salt.
Term first used by Florentine rhetorician Leonard Bruni as a…
Communes
Associations of men in Italian cities such as Milan, Florence…
Conversos
Term applied to Jews who accepted Christianity. Spanish natio…
AP Euro-Ch 13 European Society in the Age of the Renaissance
the 5 themes that were key to the Rena…
Humanism
Secularism
Individualism
Humanism, Secularism, Individualism, Rationalism, Virtu
emphasized the study of the Greek and Roman Classics to bette…
emphasis on worldy- not religious things EX. art, literature.
tied to secularism and humanism, especially in art. Individua…
the 5 themes that were key to the Rena…
Humanism, Secularism, Individualism, Rationalism, Virtu
Humanism
emphasized the study of the Greek and Roman Classics to bette…
47 terms
AP Euro - Chapter 12: European Society in the Age of the Renaissance
Describe the new social class in twelf…
What five powers dominated the Italian…
Renaissance
oligarchy
Italian merchants gained not only political power but also ec…
The five powers - Venice, Milan, Florence, the Papal States,…
A French word meaning "rebirth" used to describe the rebirth…
A small group that ruled the city and surrounding countryside
Describe the new social class in twelf…
Italian merchants gained not only political power but also ec…
What five powers dominated the Italian…
The five powers - Venice, Milan, Florence, the Papal States,…
27 terms
AP Euro Chapter 12 European Society in the Age of the Renaissance
What does the word Renaissance mean?
Which ancient civilization provided th…
Which Italian city-state was most infl…
What does the term signori mean?
Rebirth
Rome
Florence
Government by one man
What does the word Renaissance mean?
Rebirth
Which ancient civilization provided th…
Rome
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ECE Euro Unit 2: European Society in the Age of the Renaissance, 1350-1550
Renaissance
Patronage
Communes
Popolo
...
...
...
...
Renaissance
...
Patronage
...
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Ch. 13 AP Euro (European Society in the Age of the Renaissance)
Savonarola
Pope Julius II
Individualism
Edward IV
A Dominican friar that predicted the French invasion of Flore…
Known as the "Warrior pope." Suppressed the Borgia family and…
A belief in the importance of the individual and the virtue o…
First Yorkist King of England, he re-established some stabili…
Savonarola
A Dominican friar that predicted the French invasion of Flore…
Pope Julius II
Known as the "Warrior pope." Suppressed the Borgia family and…
AP Euro: Chapter 13: European Society in the Age of the Renaissance 1350-1500
Renaissance (1300-1600)
Patronage
Venice, Genoa, and Milan
King Edward III of England (1327-1377)
French term given to age of 'rebirth' first used by Giogio Va…
Financial support given to writers and artist to create certa…
Italian states that were able to become extremely wealthy due…
King that called in his debts from Florence that caused the F…
Renaissance (1300-1600)
French term given to age of 'rebirth' first used by Giogio Va…
Patronage
Financial support given to writers and artist to create certa…
47 terms
AP Euro Chapter 12, European Society in the Age of the Renaissance
Renaissance
patronage
Florence
Florence's economic hits
A French word meaning "rebirth", used to describe the rebirth…
Financial support of writers and artists by cities, groups, a…
City where the Renaissance began, situated on fertile soil al…
Florence took many economic hits, such as King Edward III's d…
Renaissance
A French word meaning "rebirth", used to describe the rebirth…
patronage
Financial support of writers and artists by cities, groups, a…
11 terms
AP Euro Chapter 13: European Society in the Age of the Renaissance
Renaissance
patronage
communes
popolo
A French word meaning "rebirth," first used by art historian…
Financial support of writers and artists by cities, groups, a…
Sworn associations of free men in Italian cities led by merch…
Disenfranchised common people in Italian cities who resented…
Renaissance
A French word meaning "rebirth," first used by art historian…
patronage
Financial support of writers and artists by cities, groups, a…
23 terms
AP Euro Chapter 13 - European Society in the Age of the Renaissance
Cesar Borgia (1475-1507)
Franceso Petrarch (1304-1374)
Pico della Mirandola (1463-1494)
Giotto (1276-1337)
-Son of Pope Alexander VI... -Aided his father militarily and po…
-Poet and Humanist... -Believed that he was living at the start…
-Florentine Writer... -Wrote the essay "On the Dignity of Man"... -…
-Florentine Painter... -Led the way in use of Realism... -Treatmen…
Cesar Borgia (1475-1507)
-Son of Pope Alexander VI... -Aided his father militarily and po…
Franceso Petrarch (1304-1374)
-Poet and Humanist... -Believed that he was living at the start…
AP Euro Chapter 12: European Society in the Age of the Renaissance (1350-1550)
The Renaissance was a period of ______…
The Northern Italian cities led the co…
Venice had a huge merchant marine; imp…
Venice, Genoa, and Milan became ______…
commercial, financial, political... 1050-1300... 1300-1600
venice, genoa, milan
shipbuilding helped to increase trade
crossroads
The Renaissance was a period of ______…
commercial, financial, political... 1050-1300... 1300-1600
The Northern Italian cities led the co…
venice, genoa, milan
16 terms
European Renaissance
Renaissance
humanism
secular
patron
a period of European history, lasting from about 1300 to 1600…
Renaissance intellectual movement in which thinkers studied c…
concerned with worldly rather than spiritual matters
a person who supports artists, especially financially
Renaissance
a period of European history, lasting from about 1300 to 1600…
humanism
Renaissance intellectual movement in which thinkers studied c…
AP Euro Focus Questions- European Society in the Age of the Renaissance (12)
12.1- Wealth and Power in Renaissance…
12.2- Intellectual Change
12.3- Art and the Artist
12.4- Social Heirarchies
How did politics and economics shape the Renaissance?
What new ideas were associated with the Renaissance?
How did art reflect new Renaissance ideals?
What were the key social hierarchies in Renaissance Europe?
12.1- Wealth and Power in Renaissance…
How did politics and economics shape the Renaissance?
12.2- Intellectual Change
What new ideas were associated with the Renaissance?
AP Euro Ch.12- European Society in the Age of the Renaissance
Renaissance
Patronage
Communes
Popolo
A french word meaning "rebirth", used to describe the rebirth…
Financial support of writers and artists by cities, groups, a…
Sworn associates of free men in Italian cities led to be merc…
Disenfranchising common people in Italian cities who represen…
Renaissance
A french word meaning "rebirth", used to describe the rebirth…
Patronage
Financial support of writers and artists by cities, groups, a…
42 terms
AP Euro Final Ch. 12 European Society in the Age of the Renaissance
Patronage
Why is patronage important?
The Renaissance
Trade and wealth in Renaissance Italy
When wealthy individuals porvide financial support to artists…
Patronage was important because that was how young artists be…
A time period( 1350-1550) in which the "classical parts" ( Gr…
Venice- had large/many ships... - perfect place to trade ... - merc…
Patronage
When wealthy individuals porvide financial support to artists…
Why is patronage important?
Patronage was important because that was how young artists be…
10 terms
European Renaissance
When did European Renaissance unfold?
Which direction did it move?
Who kicked off the renaissance?
what was brought back?
1300s-1700s
started in south and moved north
Italian scholars
greek and roman ideas about government and nature
When did European Renaissance unfold?
1300s-1700s
Which direction did it move?
started in south and moved north
33 terms
European Renaissance
Renaissance means?
Where was the center of the Renaissanc…
Why did it occur there?
Venice is also called what?
Rebirth
North Italy
They were first to gain from trade and political independence
Queen of the Adriatic
Renaissance means?
Rebirth
Where was the center of the Renaissanc…
North Italy
8 terms
European Renaissance
Renaissance
Florence
humanism
perspective
rebirth of Greek and Roman art, architecture, literature, and…
Most important Italian city-state during Renaissance; wealthy…
Philosophy of the Renaissance; studied Greco-Roman (classical…
an artistic technique that creates the appearance of three di…
Renaissance
rebirth of Greek and Roman art, architecture, literature, and…
Florence
Most important Italian city-state during Renaissance; wealthy…
The European Renaissance
reason
city state
philosopher
classical
the ability to think and draw conclusions
a politically indépendant city and the rural area around it.…
someone who seeks wisdom about existence and reality
referring to the civilizations of ancient Greece and Rome
reason
the ability to think and draw conclusions
city state
a politically indépendant city and the rural area around it.…
10 terms
European Renaissance
BALUSTRADE
CARTOUCHE
CREDENZA
ELIZABETHAN
A row of balusters topped by a rail, serving as an open parap…
A carved tablet or drawing representing a scroll with rolled-…
a dining room sideboard or cupboard, particularly one where a…
An early Renaissance architectural style combining Tudor and…
BALUSTRADE
A row of balusters topped by a rail, serving as an open parap…
CARTOUCHE
A carved tablet or drawing representing a scroll with rolled-…
12 terms
European Renaissance
What was the cause of the Renaissance?
Classical art
Renaissance art
Medieval art
People began to rediscover the classical world of Ancient Gre…
Valued balance and harmony, bodies were active, no emotion, n…
Blend of medieval and classical art. Showed religious or non…
Most art was religious showing Jesus or God in the center of…
What was the cause of the Renaissance?
People began to rediscover the classical world of Ancient Gre…
Classical art
Valued balance and harmony, bodies were active, no emotion, n…
28 terms
The European Renaissance
means "rebirth" in French. This was a…
There was a renewed interest in learni…
Emphasized the abilities and accomplis…
Scholars encouraged a new way of think…
Renaissance
Characteristics of the Renaissance
Humanism
Humanities
means "rebirth" in French. This was a…
Renaissance
There was a renewed interest in learni…
Characteristics of the Renaissance
European Renaissance
List the dates for the period known as…
What does the word renaissance mean?
What were the three advantages the Ita…
Despite its republican government, whi…
1300-1600AD
means "rebirth" in French; a revival of art and learning
-thriving cities... -wealthy merchant class... -classical heritage…
the Medici family
List the dates for the period known as…
1300-1600AD
What does the word renaissance mean?
means "rebirth" in French; a revival of art and learning
European renaissance
Middle ages
Renaissance
Bracciolino
Giovanni Boccaccio
Was essentially one of the gradual changes
Age of discovery
The great book finder,related how he would visit the librarie…
Great writer of prose in a modern language
Middle ages
Was essentially one of the gradual changes
Renaissance
Age of discovery
European Renaissance
Renaissance
Humanism
Secular
Patron
An explosion of creativity, art, writing, and thought. Lasted…
Renaissance intellectual movement in which thinkers studied c…
Concerned with worldly, rather than spiritual matters
A person who supports artists, especially financially.
Renaissance
An explosion of creativity, art, writing, and thought. Lasted…
Humanism
Renaissance intellectual movement in which thinkers studied c…
European Renaissance
Keep
Pilaster
Pendentive
Parquet
strongest or central tower of a castle, acting as a final ref…
a rectangular column, especially one projecting from a wall
a curved triangle of vaulting formed by the intersection of a…
flooring made of strips of wood arranged in a pattern
Keep
strongest or central tower of a castle, acting as a final ref…
Pilaster
a rectangular column, especially one projecting from a wall
European Renaissance
Renaissance
city-states
Humanism
Secular
movement that began in Italy 1300-1600... A period of intense ar…
Italy
...
...
Renaissance
movement that began in Italy 1300-1600... A period of intense ar…
city-states
Italy
European Renaissance
Renaissance
Humanism
Secular
Patrons
Period of cultural rebirth in europe
A renaissance cultural movement where humans were thought to…
Non religous or not part of any religion
Person who gives financial support to something
Renaissance
Period of cultural rebirth in europe
Humanism
A renaissance cultural movement where humans were thought to…
14 terms
European Renaissance
Renaissance
Humanism
Secular
Patron
A period of european history interest changed in art, learnin…
Intellectual movement in which thinkers studied classical tex…
Concerned with worldly rather than spiritual matters
A person who supports artists, especially financially
Renaissance
A period of european history interest changed in art, learnin…
Humanism
Intellectual movement in which thinkers studied classical tex…
European Renaissance
Renaissance
Humanism
Secular
Patron
A period of European history during which renewed interest in…
A Renaissance intellectual movement in which thinkers studied…
Concerned with worldly rather than spiritual matters
A person who supports artists, especially financially
Renaissance
A period of European history during which renewed interest in…
Humanism
A Renaissance intellectual movement in which thinkers studied…
57 terms
European Renaissance
Philosophy
Art
Architecture
Intels
Politics, Ethics, Metaphysics, Logic, Biology, Physics, and R…
Marble Sculpture, focus on the human form.
Columns and Intels
Is what the columns support in a structure (Normally on top o…
Philosophy
Politics, Ethics, Metaphysics, Logic, Biology, Physics, and R…
Art
Marble Sculpture, focus on the human form.
23 terms
European Renaissance
Constantine
Charlemagne
Renaissance Humanism
Florence
-ruler of Byzantine Empire... known for founding Constantinople,…
ruler of Holy Roman Empire... -crowned emperor with aid of pope…
about combining "active" and "contemplative" life... -focused on…
-focused on banking and luxury goods... -allowed largest amount…
Constantine
-ruler of Byzantine Empire... known for founding Constantinople,…
Charlemagne
ruler of Holy Roman Empire... -crowned emperor with aid of pope…
European Renaissance
Anne Boleyn
Catherine of Aragon
Henery VIII
Jane Seymour
Anne Boleyn was Queen of England from 1533 to 1536 as the sec…
Catherine of Aragon (Castilian: Catalina; also spelled Kather…
Henry VIII was King of England from 21 April 1509 until his d…
Jane Seymour, OBE (born Joyce Penelope Wilhelmina Frankenberg…
Anne Boleyn
Anne Boleyn was Queen of England from 1533 to 1536 as the sec…
Catherine of Aragon
Catherine of Aragon (Castilian: Catalina; also spelled Kather…
European Renaissance
Medici
Cosmo Demedici
Humanism
Isabelle D'Este
Wealthy nobels who made banks, were rich on money instead of…
Leader of Medici
Humanists talked about worldly things, not spiritual. Support…
Patron of Castiglione. She was rich because he family ruled M…
Medici
Wealthy nobels who made banks, were rich on money instead of…
Cosmo Demedici
Leader of Medici
European Renaissance
The Black Death
Vernacular
Troubadours
Dante Alghieri
A plague that wiped out about half of the european population…
Everyday language spoken by people of a particular area
Traveling poets that spread thevernacular around
A poet from Florence, Italy. Considered one of the greatest l…
The Black Death
A plague that wiped out about half of the european population…
Vernacular
Everyday language spoken by people of a particular area
European Renaissance
Petrarch
Boccaccio
Giotto
Brunelleschi
Created the sonnet form
Decameron- influenced Chaucer
Painting (perspective)
Architecture
Petrarch
Created the sonnet form
Boccaccio
Decameron- influenced Chaucer
European Renaissance
Rafael
Leonardo da Vinci
Michelangelo
Sir Thomas More
School of Athens
Mona Lisa ... The Last Supper
David ... Sistine Chapel Ceiling
Utopia... Criticize Henry VIII's rule and shows other options
Rafael
School of Athens
Leonardo da Vinci
Mona Lisa ... The Last Supper
39 terms
European Renaissance
Jan van Eyck
The school of Athens
Renaissance
Florence
Giovanni arnolfini amd his bride
Raphael; represented humanism ideals such as art, architectur…
Rebirth of culture and thought - new ideas, art, architecture…
Italian city state, ruled by medici's for a long time, suppor…
Jan van Eyck
Giovanni arnolfini amd his bride
The school of Athens
Raphael; represented humanism ideals such as art, architectur…
33 terms
European Renaissance
Anne Boleyn
Catherine of Aragon
Henry VIII
Jane Seymour
Qeen of England from 1533 to 1536
Queen of England fron 1509 to 1533
King of england from 1509 until his death in 1547
Third wife to king henry vii
Anne Boleyn
Qeen of England from 1533 to 1536
Catherine of Aragon
Queen of England fron 1509 to 1533
10 terms
European Renaissance
Humanism
Skepticism
Secularism
Medici Family
Any system, thought or action in which human invest or values…
Doub or unbelief. A person don't believe in something or unsure
A person or a thing is not connected to religion
A powerful Italian family of bankers and rulers of Florence i…
Humanism
Any system, thought or action in which human invest or values…
Skepticism
Doub or unbelief. A person don't believe in something or unsure
European Renaissance
Vernacular
Troubadours
Dante Alighieri🔥
Geoffrey Chaucer🔥
The language spoken to a person in a particular country
A poet who writes a verse in music
An italian poet that is famous for his great poems(The Divine…
An english poet who wrote the Canterbury Tales
Vernacular
The language spoken to a person in a particular country
Troubadours
A poet who writes a verse in music
42 terms
European renaissance
Maul
condotierre
cartoon
patron
heavy hammer
a leader of mercenary soldiers
a chalk drawing that provides outline for a painting
someone who buys art and supports artists
Maul
heavy hammer
condotierre
a leader of mercenary soldiers
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