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Renaissance, Reformation, and Scientific Revolution
Galileo
Copernicus
Bacon
Newton
Invented a telescope with 30x magnification
Invented the Heliocentric Model
Invented the Scientific Method
Invented the 3 Laws of Motion
Galileo
Invented a telescope with 30x magnification
Copernicus
Invented the Heliocentric Model
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Renaissance, Reformation, and Scientific Revolution
Galileo
Martin Luther
Renaissance
Scientific Revolution
Invented the telescope.
Started the Protestant Revolution.
A time of change for art and learning in italy.
A time when people changed the way they thought about the wor…
Galileo
Invented the telescope.
Martin Luther
Started the Protestant Revolution.
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Renaissance, Reformation, and Scientific Revolution
Renaissance
Medici
Florence
Classical Ages
Period of European History from the 14th to 17th century in w…
Wealthy banking family with a lot of power in Florence in the…
Italian city-state in which the Renaissance is considered to…
Ancient Rome and Greece
Renaissance
Period of European History from the 14th to 17th century in w…
Medici
Wealthy banking family with a lot of power in Florence in the…
9 terms
Renaissance, Reformation, and the Scientific Revolution
humanism
secular
vernacular
indulgences
a belief system based on the principle that people's spiritua…
not having any connection with religion
dance, music, art, etc. that is in a style liked or performed…
when you allow someone or yourself to have something enjoyabl…
humanism
a belief system based on the principle that people's spiritua…
secular
not having any connection with religion
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Renaissance, Reformation, Scientific Revolution
Marco Polo
Renaissance
Medici Family
Humanism
An Italian trader... who travels from... Italy to China and... writes…
Literally means... "rebirth."... birthplace of the ... Renaissance was…
Bankers in Florence.... They were the richest... family in Florence…
A way of thinking... that focuses on individual's ... potential and…
Marco Polo
An Italian trader... who travels from... Italy to China and... writes…
Renaissance
Literally means... "rebirth."... birthplace of the ... Renaissance was…
36 terms
Renaissance,Reformation, and (scientific) Revolution
Isaac Newton
Galileo
Copericious
Francis Baron
coined "gravity"... "heavenly spheres" circled the sun ... proved h…
provided further evidence to prove heliocentrism... forced by th…
coined " heliocentrism"
created the scientific method
Isaac Newton
coined "gravity"... "heavenly spheres" circled the sun ... proved h…
Galileo
provided further evidence to prove heliocentrism... forced by th…
12 terms
Renaissance, Reformation, and Scientific Revolution
Niccolo Machiavelli
Copernicus
Leonardo da Vinci
Elizabeth I
He wrote a book, "The Prince," that advises rulers to be fear…
Created the heliocentric model of the Universe
Had a sketch-book full of inventions and his most famous piec…
Protestant Queen of England who brings it to a "Golden Age" b…
Niccolo Machiavelli
He wrote a book, "The Prince," that advises rulers to be fear…
Copernicus
Created the heliocentric model of the Universe
Renaissance, Reformation and Scientific Revolution
Renaissance
Humanism
Secular
The Courtier
Rebirth; a time of change in political, economic and cultural…
New focus on philosophy with a focus on classical culture abo…
Worldly and concerned with the present as opposed to a focus…
Written by Baldassarre Castiglione, taught people how to beco…
Renaissance
Rebirth; a time of change in political, economic and cultural…
Humanism
New focus on philosophy with a focus on classical culture abo…
36 terms
Renaissance, Reformation and Scientific Revolution
What was the Renaissance?
What led to the Renaissance?
Who played a major role in trade betwe…
Why did the Renaissance begin on the I…
A time of rebirth following Europe's Middle Ages
Trade opened up between Europe and Asia
Marco Polo
Many trade routes went through there
What was the Renaissance?
A time of rebirth following Europe's Middle Ages
What led to the Renaissance?
Trade opened up between Europe and Asia
42 terms
Renaissance, Reformation, and Scientific Revolution
Indulgence
Reformation
Lutheran
Protestant
Release from punishments due for a sin
16th century movement for religious reform, leading to the fo…
Member of a Protestant church founded on the teachings of Mar…
Member of a Christian church founded on the principles of the…
Indulgence
Release from punishments due for a sin
Reformation
16th century movement for religious reform, leading to the fo…
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Renaissance, Reformation, Scientific Revolution People
Michelangelo
Leonardo Da Vinci
Raphael
Donatello
(1475-1564) An Italian sculptor, painter, poet, engineer, and…
A well known Italian Renaissance artist, architect, musician,…
(1483-1520) Italian Renaissance painter; he painted frescos,…
Italian sculptor renowned as a pioneer of the Renaissance sty…
Michelangelo
(1475-1564) An Italian sculptor, painter, poet, engineer, and…
Leonardo Da Vinci
A well known Italian Renaissance artist, architect, musician,…
25 terms
Renaissance,Reformation,Scientific revolution
Geoffrey Chaucer
Francis Bacon
Dante Alighieri
Lorenzo de Medici
1343-1400... Renaissance... Literature
1561-1626... Scientific revolution... Philosophical advocate
1265-1321... Reformation... Italian poet
1449-1492... Renaissance... Enthusiastic patrons
Geoffrey Chaucer
1343-1400... Renaissance... Literature
Francis Bacon
1561-1626... Scientific revolution... Philosophical advocate
53 terms
Renaissance, Reformation and Scientific Revolution
signoria
Cosimo de' Medici
Renaissance
humanism
a single rich merchant family who controlled the government.
leader of Florence's rich banking family
"rebirth"
philosophy that emphasized the abilities and strengths of hum…
signoria
a single rich merchant family who controlled the government.
Cosimo de' Medici
leader of Florence's rich banking family
41 terms
Renaissance/Reformation/Scientific Revolution
Michelangelo
Petrarch
Da Vinci
Gutenberg
(1475-1564) An Italian sculptor, painter, poet, engineer, and…
poet in Renaissance; "Father of Humanism", Born in Florence
painter, sculpter, architect, engineer, musician; invented th…
German printer who was the first in Europe to print using mov…
Michelangelo
(1475-1564) An Italian sculptor, painter, poet, engineer, and…
Petrarch
poet in Renaissance; "Father of Humanism", Born in Florence
33 terms
Renaissance, Reformation, and the Scientific Revolution
Witch Hunts
Council of Trent
Machiavelli
Renaissance Art
-Widespread killing of those in German states, Switzerland, a…
-1554... - Met on and off for 20 years... -Reaffirmed Catholic trad…
-Wrote a guide for rulers on how to gain and maintain power…
-Paintings, sculpture, and architecture... - Supported by wealth…
Witch Hunts
-Widespread killing of those in German states, Switzerland, a…
Council of Trent
-1554... - Met on and off for 20 years... -Reaffirmed Catholic trad…
25 terms
Renaissance, Reformation & the Scientific Revolution
Nicolaus Copernicus
Tycho Brahe and Johannes Kepler
Galileo Galilei
Francis Bacon
developed helio-centric universe theory
Built astronomical observatory to calculate planetal orbit
developed telescope
Called for a new scientific method
Nicolaus Copernicus
developed helio-centric universe theory
Tycho Brahe and Johannes Kepler
Built astronomical observatory to calculate planetal orbit
36 terms
Renaissance, Reformation and Scientific Revolution
What was the Renaissance?
What led to the Renaissance?
Who played a major role in trade betwe…
Why did the Renaissance begin on the I…
A time of rebirth following Europe's Middle Ages
Trade opened up between Europe and Asia
Marco Polo
Many trade routes went through there
What was the Renaissance?
A time of rebirth following Europe's Middle Ages
What led to the Renaissance?
Trade opened up between Europe and Asia
36 terms
Renaissance / Reformation / Scientific Revolution
Humanism
Medici Family
Florence
Perspective
An intellectual movement at the heart of the Rennaissance tha…
Ruled Florence during the Renaissance, became wealthy from ba…
An Italian city-state and leading cultural center during the…
Point of view
Humanism
An intellectual movement at the heart of the Rennaissance tha…
Medici Family
Ruled Florence during the Renaissance, became wealthy from ba…
51 terms
Renaissance, reformation, and scientific Revolution
How long did the renaissance last?
what does the word renaissance mean?
why did the renaissance start in italy?
Compare the church of middle ages to c…
300 years
rebirth or revival
thriving cities, wealthy merchant class, classic greek and ro…
In middle ages, it was much more powerful, having political a…
How long did the renaissance last?
300 years
what does the word renaissance mean?
rebirth or revival
36 terms
Renaissance / Reformation / Scientific Revolution
Humanism
Medici Family
Florence
Perspective
An intellectual movement at the heart of the Rennaissance tha…
Ruled Florence during the Renaissance, became wealthy from ba…
An Italian city-state and leading cultural center during the…
Point of view
Humanism
An intellectual movement at the heart of the Rennaissance tha…
Medici Family
Ruled Florence during the Renaissance, became wealthy from ba…
31 terms
Renaissance, Reformation, Scientific Revolution
What caused the Renaissance to begin?
What is Humanism?
Where did the Renaissance begin?
When did the Renaissance take place?
The start of the Renaissance is considered to be around 1350…
An understanding of Human potential. Humanism was the change…
Italy
around 1300-1600 or so.
What caused the Renaissance to begin?
The start of the Renaissance is considered to be around 1350…
What is Humanism?
An understanding of Human potential. Humanism was the change…
56 terms
The Scientific Revolution and Renaissance and Reformation
What factors helped bring about the Sc…
How did the work of Copernicus lead to…
How did Kepler and Galileo improve upo…
What were Newton's contributions to th…
People questioned traditional learning and observed nature fo…
It introduced a heliocentric (sun at the center) theory about…
Kepler identified the orbits of the planets were ellipses (ov…
The law of gravity was his main contribution. Main scientists…
What factors helped bring about the Sc…
People questioned traditional learning and observed nature fo…
How did the work of Copernicus lead to…
It introduced a heliocentric (sun at the center) theory about…
24 terms
Renaissance, Scientific Revolution and Reformation
Changes from Middle Ages to Renaissance
Definition of Renaissance
Medici Family
Differences of Northern and Italian Re…
Increased trade (which led to cultural diffusion), merchants…
Rebirth
Rich merchant family
1. Italian Renaissance began in Italy and spread to surroundi…
Changes from Middle Ages to Renaissance
Increased trade (which led to cultural diffusion), merchants…
Definition of Renaissance
Rebirth
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Renaissance, Reformation, and Scientific Revolution
Reasons why the Renaissance began in I…
Major features of Renaissance painting…
Philosophy of humanism and how it impa…
Problems Luther had with the Catholic…
* Italy had avoided large economic crisis in Europe during Mi…
Renaissance art featured both classical mythology as well as…
Humanism helped open schools that would teach humanities. The…
• the Church wasn't selling indulgences... • Luther made the 95…
Reasons why the Renaissance began in I…
* Italy had avoided large economic crisis in Europe during Mi…
Major features of Renaissance painting…
Renaissance art featured both classical mythology as well as…
18 terms
Renaissance, Reformation and Scientific Revolution
Main Ideas of Machiavelli's The Prince
Why did the Renaissance begin in Italy?
Characteristics of Renaissance
Humanism
- the end justifies the means... - urged rulers to use any metho…
- interest in culture... - center of Roman empire... - cities survi…
- emphasis on individual achievement and education... - focused…
Renaissance cultural movement that turned away from medieval…
Main Ideas of Machiavelli's The Prince
- the end justifies the means... - urged rulers to use any metho…
Why did the Renaissance begin in Italy?
- interest in culture... - center of Roman empire... - cities survi…
19 terms
Renaissance, Reformation and Scientific Revolution
Medicis
Humanism
Machiavelli
Sir Thomas More
wealthy italian family
focused on human kind and culture and beliefs of human achiev…
Active politician in florence, wrote the prince
English Humanist, wrote the utopia
Medicis
wealthy italian family
Humanism
focused on human kind and culture and beliefs of human achiev…
Renaissance, Reformation, and Scientific Revolution
protestant reformation
causes of protestant reformation
martin luther
95 theses
the attempt to reform the church and restore faith
black death, corruption of church, scientific advances, sale…
became a monk in religious experience, didn't believe in indu…
criticized things wrong with the church; faith is the answer,…
protestant reformation
the attempt to reform the church and restore faith
causes of protestant reformation
black death, corruption of church, scientific advances, sale…
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Renaissance, Reformation, Scientific Revolution Vocabulary
Humanism
Secular
Perspective
Vernacular
Intellectual movement focusing on human potential.
Concerned with worldly things rather than religious or spirit…
System for showing 3 dimensions in painting.
Language of common people, as opposed to Latin.
Humanism
Intellectual movement focusing on human potential.
Secular
Concerned with worldly things rather than religious or spirit…
47 terms
Renaissance/Reformation/Scientific Revolution
Renaissance
Reformation
Humanism
Heliocentric
transition from medieval to modern times
the movement for the reform of abuses in the Catholic church…
movement the focused on studying rome and greek instead of re…
sun is the center of the universe
Renaissance
transition from medieval to modern times
Reformation
the movement for the reform of abuses in the Catholic church…
28 terms
Renaissance, Reformation, Scientific Revolution
secular
humanism
perspective
patrons of the arts
concerned with worldly rather than spiritual matters
a Renaissance intellectual movement in which thinkers studied…
...
wealthy people who financially supported artists
secular
concerned with worldly rather than spiritual matters
humanism
a Renaissance intellectual movement in which thinkers studied…
39 terms
Renaissance/Reformation/Scientific Revolution
Michelangelo
Petrarch
Leonardo Da Vinci
Gutenberg
(1475-1564) An Italian sculptor, painter, poet, engineer, and…
Florentine humanist, poet, and scholar. "Father of Humanism"
Italian painter, engineer, musician, and scientist. The most…
German printer who was the first in Europe to print using mov…
Michelangelo
(1475-1564) An Italian sculptor, painter, poet, engineer, and…
Petrarch
Florentine humanist, poet, and scholar. "Father of Humanism"
15 terms
Renaissance/reformation/scientific revolution
Why did renaissance begin in italy
Philosophy of humanism
Humanism impact
Martin Luther problem with Catholic Ch…
No economic crisis was there, center of Mediterranean trade,…
Believed in the emphasis of the dignity and worth of an indiv…
Opened schools that taught the humanities, sonnets, self port…
Selling church positions, selling indulgences, irruption and…
Why did renaissance begin in italy
No economic crisis was there, center of Mediterranean trade,…
Philosophy of humanism
Believed in the emphasis of the dignity and worth of an indiv…
80 terms
Renaissance/Reformation/Scientific Revolution
Lutheran
Catholic
Calvinist
Lutheran
Northern Germany
Southern Germany
Central Germany
Sweden
Lutheran
Northern Germany
Catholic
Southern Germany
17 terms
The Renaissance, Reformation, and Scientific Revolution
Renaissance
Florence, Venice, Rome, Milan, Naples
Humanists
Movable Type
The ______________, a revival of interest in the classical le…
The most important cities in this period were:
Scholars called _________ developed a lively interest in clas…
The invention of _________ helped spread the ideas of the Ren…
Renaissance
The ______________, a revival of interest in the classical le…
Florence, Venice, Rome, Milan, Naples
The most important cities in this period were:
31 terms
Renaissance, reformation, scientific revolution
Copernicus
Newton
Galileo
Bacon
Created the theory of heliocentrism
Discovered gravity
Proved heliocentric theory challenged church
Stressed experimentation
Copernicus
Created the theory of heliocentrism
Newton
Discovered gravity
34 terms
Renaissance, Reformation, and Scientific Revolution
Why did the Renaissance begin in Italy?
Humanism
Secularism
Vernacular
Due to the increase of trade and rise of cities
Beliefs that show the value of humans
A belief that rejects religion
The native language of a specific population
Why did the Renaissance begin in Italy?
Due to the increase of trade and rise of cities
Humanism
Beliefs that show the value of humans
49 terms
Renaissance, Reformation, Scientific Revolution
Brunelleschi
Reformation
Kepler
Martin Luther
The dome of Florence
The religious revolution of the 1500'sf
Discovered the elliptical orbits of the planets
Nearly struck by lightening, became a monk
Brunelleschi
The dome of Florence
Reformation
The religious revolution of the 1500'sf
49 terms
Renaissance, Reformation, Scientific Revolution
Brunelleschi
Reformation
Kepler
Martin Luther
The dome of Florence
The religious revolution of the 1500'sf
Discovered the elliptical orbits of the planets
Nearly struck by lightening, became a monk
Brunelleschi
The dome of Florence
Reformation
The religious revolution of the 1500'sf
55 terms
renaissance, scientific revolution and reformation
what were some differences between the…
where and when did the renaissance start
what does the word renaissance mean
define: urban
the cimabue painting was idealized and heavenly and everythin…
in italy around 1300
rebirth
related to city or town
what were some differences between the…
the cimabue painting was idealized and heavenly and everythin…
where and when did the renaissance start
in italy around 1300
34 terms
The Renaissance, The Reformation, and Scientific Revolution
The Renaissance
Protestant Reformation
Johann Gutenberg
William Shakespeare
What was the cultural rebirth in Europe from the fourteenth t…
What was the sixteenth century movement for the reform of abu…
Who invented the Printing Press?
He focused on the complexity of the individual and contribute…
The Renaissance
What was the cultural rebirth in Europe from the fourteenth t…
Protestant Reformation
What was the sixteenth century movement for the reform of abu…
37 terms
Renaissance/Reformation/Scientific Revolution
Renaissance
Medical Family
Humanism
Perspective
Cultural rebirth of England literature
Group of people related by blood
Focusing on people rather than Spiritual things
Drawing objects on 2D surfaces and still give the height, wid…
Renaissance
Cultural rebirth of England literature
Medical Family
Group of people related by blood
39 terms
Renaissance, Reformation, Scientific Revolution
renaissance
city-state
patron
secular
rebirth of art, culture, and intellect started in Italy
A city with political and economic control over the surroundi…
Granting favors or giving contracts or making appointments to…
Non-religious
renaissance
rebirth of art, culture, and intellect started in Italy
city-state
A city with political and economic control over the surroundi…
38 terms
Renaissance/Reformation/Scientific Revolution
Patron
Humanism
Perspective
Humanities
(politics) granting favors or giving contracts or making appo…
A Renaissance intellectual movement in which thinkers studied…
A point of view
Branches of knowledge concerned with human beings and their c…
Patron
(politics) granting favors or giving contracts or making appo…
Humanism
A Renaissance intellectual movement in which thinkers studied…
26 terms
The Renaissance, Reformation, and Scientific Revolution
Characteristics of Ren. Art
Perspective
Vanishing point
Humanists
used depth (perspective) and painted realistic ideas
use of depth on a canvas
the center of the canvas, appears to be the furtherest away
people who promoted a new way of thinking such a separating f…
Characteristics of Ren. Art
used depth (perspective) and painted realistic ideas
Perspective
use of depth on a canvas
20 terms
Renaissance, Reformation, and Scientific Revolution
What is the Renaissance?
What led to the Renaissance?
Who played a major role in trade reope…
Why did the Renaissance begin on the I…
Renaissance is the time period that followed Europe's Middle…
When trade between Asia and Europe increased after the Crusad…
Marco Polo traveled to Asia, When he returned to Europe, his…
Many trade routes went through there because it was centrally…
What is the Renaissance?
Renaissance is the time period that followed Europe's Middle…
What led to the Renaissance?
When trade between Asia and Europe increased after the Crusad…
18 terms
Renaissance, Reformation, and Scientific Revolution
Italian Renaissance
Humanism
Indulgence
Printing Press
began because
an intellectual movement of the Renaissance based on the stud…
a document sold by the church and signed by the pope r anothe…
allowed ideas to spread rapidly and at a great distance
Italian Renaissance
began because
Humanism
an intellectual movement of the Renaissance based on the stud…
34 terms
The Renaissance, Reformation, and Scientific Revolution
hi
secularism
humanism
cosimo de medici
hi
nonreligious
humans as individuals
organized banking in florence
hi
hi
secularism
nonreligious
13 terms
Reformation, Renaissance, and Scientific Revolution
Reformation
Renaissance
Effects of Reformation
John wycliffe
The changing of the Catholic Church
Rebirth (1300-1600)
1)Europe no longer united by religion ... 2)church declined... 3) p…
Translate bible into English
Reformation
The changing of the Catholic Church
Renaissance
Rebirth (1300-1600)
41 terms
The Renaissance, Reformation, and Scientific Revolution
Causes of The Renaissance
Capitalism
Humanism
Individualism
-trade + economic changes... -was manorialism (physical labor on…
Changed how people worked, less physical labor. fewer peasant…
idea that we should study the human. ... -human nature... -humanity…
Individual Accomplishment ... -focuses on a person standing out,…
Causes of The Renaissance
-trade + economic changes... -was manorialism (physical labor on…
Capitalism
Changed how people worked, less physical labor. fewer peasant…
63 terms
Renaissance, Reformation, & Scientific Revolution
Renaissance
Greco-Roman
Northern Italy
Medici
The revival of art and learning
The culture people of the Renaissance hoped to revive
Birth-region of the Renaissance
The family dominating Florence, Italy
Renaissance
The revival of art and learning
Greco-Roman
The culture people of the Renaissance hoped to revive
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