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Chapter 1 Renaissance
Renaissance
Machiavelli
Michelangelo
Leonardo da Vinci
Rebirth of classical knowledge in Europe from 1300-1600 and m…
Political writer who believed in power, wrote the "Prince" an…
Sculpted David and La Pieta, and also painted the ceiling of…
Painted the Last Supper and the Mona Lisa
Renaissance
Rebirth of classical knowledge in Europe from 1300-1600 and m…
Machiavelli
Political writer who believed in power, wrote the "Prince" an…
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Chapter 1: Renaissance Terms
Vernacular
Renaissance
secular
humanism
What word means the language of the common people?
French term meaning rebirth
term meaning worldly rather than spiritual
intellectual movement that focused on human potential & achie…
Vernacular
What word means the language of the common people?
Renaissance
French term meaning rebirth
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Chapter 1 The Renaissance and Reformation
humanism
Petrarch
Florence
patron
the Renaissance intellectual movement that studied classical…
Florentine humanist, poet, and scholar who assembled a librar…
an Italian city-state that produced many gifted artists, scho…
person who provides financial support for the arts
humanism
the Renaissance intellectual movement that studied classical…
Petrarch
Florentine humanist, poet, and scholar who assembled a librar…
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chapter 1: The renaissance
renaissance
council of trent
secular
vernacular
rebirth,an era that emphasized education art and critical thi…
to bring protestants to the church, state catholic teaching c…
having no religion or spiritual Basis
ordinary, common architectural language of particular place
renaissance
rebirth,an era that emphasized education art and critical thi…
council of trent
to bring protestants to the church, state catholic teaching c…
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Chapter 1 Renaissance
Gutenberg
Spread Christianity, it was in demand,…
Vernecular
Christianity grows, people begin to qu…
Who created the printing press?
Why was the bible the first book printed?
the language or dialect spoken by the ordinary people in a pa…
What was the impact of the printing press?
Gutenberg
Who created the printing press?
Spread Christianity, it was in demand,…
Why was the bible the first book printed?
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Chapter 1 Renaissance
Renaissance
Machiavelli
Michelangelo
Leonardo da Vinci
Rebirth of classical knowledge in Europe from 1300-1600 and m…
Political writer who believed in power, wrote the "Prince" an…
Sculpted David and La Pieta, and also painted the ceiling of…
Painted the Last Supper and the Mona Lisa
Renaissance
Rebirth of classical knowledge in Europe from 1300-1600 and m…
Machiavelli
Political writer who believed in power, wrote the "Prince" an…
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Chapter 1: People of the Renaissance
Raphael
Cellini
Velasquez
Hals
What Italian Renaissance artist is best known for Transfigura…
What Italian Renaissance personage is famous as a silversmith?
What Spanish Renaissance artist is well known for his realist…
What famous Dutch artist painted the Laughing Cavalier?
Raphael
What Italian Renaissance artist is best known for Transfigura…
Cellini
What Italian Renaissance personage is famous as a silversmith?
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Ch 1 Renaissance
Renaissance
city-state
Florence
Medici Family
means "rebirth", an era which emphasizes education, art and c…
a city that with its surrounding territory forms an independe…
Italian city-state was the birthplace of the Renaissance.
Rich banking family in Florence that controlled the governmen…
Renaissance
means "rebirth", an era which emphasizes education, art and c…
city-state
a city that with its surrounding territory forms an independe…
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Chapter 1 Renaissance
Renaissance
Machiavelli
Michelangelo
Leonardo da Vinci
Rebirth of classical knowledge in Europe from 1300-1600 and m…
Political writer who believed in power, wrote the "Prince" an…
Sculpted David and La Pieta, and also painted the ceiling of…
Painted the Last Supper and the Mona Lisa
Renaissance
Rebirth of classical knowledge in Europe from 1300-1600 and m…
Machiavelli
Political writer who believed in power, wrote the "Prince" an…
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Chapter 1 The Renaissance and Reformation
humanism
Leonardo
Michelangelo
Raphael
the Renaissance intellectual movement that studied classical…
artist, scientist, and inventor best known for the Mona Lisa…
artist; created sculpture of David and painted the ceiling of…
painter; blended Christian and classical styles; famous works…
humanism
the Renaissance intellectual movement that studied classical…
Leonardo
artist, scientist, and inventor best known for the Mona Lisa…
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Renaissance Chapter 1 Review
the feudal hierarchy
serfs
towns
guilds
the crown, barons, knights and commoners.
were peasants who were not allowed to leave the manor (which…
were usually built around a castle, or large monastery. They…
they were cooperative organizations responsible for controlli…
the feudal hierarchy
the crown, barons, knights and commoners.
serfs
were peasants who were not allowed to leave the manor (which…
7th-Chapter 1 1/Renaissance
mercantile
Renaissance
patron
humanism
Related to commerce or trade
"rebirth"; following the Middle Ages, a movement that centere…
a person who gives financial or other support to a person, or…
A Renaissance intellectual movement in which thinkers studied…
mercantile
Related to commerce or trade
Renaissance
"rebirth"; following the Middle Ages, a movement that centere…
Renaissance Chapter 1 vocab
Identity
Value
Belief
Society
Someones perspective of who they are
a moral standard or principle of behavior of someone
something accepted as true
Groups of people linked by activities
Identity
Someones perspective of who they are
Value
a moral standard or principle of behavior of someone
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Renaissance: Chapter 1
The Black Death: How was it brought/ca…
The Black Death: How many people were…
Renaissance
Feudalism
The Bubonic Plauge was carried by fleas on rats.
Over 25 million people, or 30-60% of Europes population.
The rebirth of arts, literature, and sciences in the Middle A…
The system of political organization in the Middle Ages where…
The Black Death: How was it brought/ca…
The Bubonic Plauge was carried by fleas on rats.
The Black Death: How many people were…
Over 25 million people, or 30-60% of Europes population.
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Chapter 1: Renaissance
peasants revolt
black death
the crown
pope
An uprising in 1381 among the peasant and artisan classes in…
an epidemic outbreak of bubonic plague in Europe around 1348,…
had the most power in the feudal system, very wealthy
the highest position in the church
peasants revolt
An uprising in 1381 among the peasant and artisan classes in…
black death
an epidemic outbreak of bubonic plague in Europe around 1348,…
Chapter 1 The Renaissance and Reformation
humanism
humanities
Petrarch
Florence
the Renaissance intellectual movement that studied classical…
subjects such as grammar, poetry, rhetoric, and history
Florentine humanist, poet, and scholar who assembled a librar…
an Italian city-state that produced many gifted artists, scho…
humanism
the Renaissance intellectual movement that studied classical…
humanities
subjects such as grammar, poetry, rhetoric, and history
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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
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MWH Chapter 1 Renaissance & Reformation
Renaissance
Humanism
secular
patron
rebirth (from 1300 to 1600); a revival of art and learning
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 art and learning
Humanism
the doctrine that people's duty is to promote human welfare
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Renaissance/Reformation Chapter 1
Renaissance
Heresy
Sect
Patron
"Rebirth"-revival of art, literature, and learning in Europe…
Against the teachings of the Catholic Church
A subgroup of a major religious group
Financial supporter of the arts
Renaissance
"Rebirth"-revival of art, literature, and learning in Europe…
Heresy
Against the teachings of the Catholic Church
Chapter 1: Renaissance/Reformation
Renaissance
Heresy
Sect
Patron
"Rebirth"-revival of art, literature, and learning in Europe…
Against the teachings of the Catholic Church
A subgroup of a major religious group
Financial supporter of the arts
Renaissance
"Rebirth"-revival of art, literature, and learning in Europe…
Heresy
Against the teachings of the Catholic Church
World History Chapter 1: The Renaissance and Northern Renaissance
Renaissance
Italy's 3 Advantages
Origins of the Renaissance
humanism
A movement that started in Italy that caused an explosion of…
Thriving cities, wealthy merchant class, and classical herita…
Throughout the 11th and 12th centuries, Northern Italian city…
An intellectual movement that focused on human potential and…
Renaissance
A movement that started in Italy that caused an explosion of…
Italy's 3 Advantages
Thriving cities, wealthy merchant class, and classical herita…
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Key terms - chapter 1 Renaissance
Worldview
Society
Perspective
Renaissance
A belief system that shows how you view the world
A group of people associated together, world
Point of view
A time period in the 14th century
Worldview
A belief system that shows how you view the world
Society
A group of people associated together, world
Chapter 1: Renaissance and Reformation
Italian Renaissance
Secularism
Leonardo
Michelangelo
A transition from the Dark Ages to the Renaissance era in whi…
none religious and is focused on the world
a Renaissance man that was well versed in the arts, music, po…
Renaissance artist that painted the Sistine Chapel
Italian Renaissance
A transition from the Dark Ages to the Renaissance era in whi…
Secularism
none religious and is focused on the world
Chapter 1 Renaissance
High taxes
1346-1350
1/3-1/2 or around 25 million
God, Pope, Archbishops, Bishops, Paris…
Why did the peasent revolt
What years was the black death present
How many people were killed by the black death
Church Hiearchy
High taxes
Why did the peasent revolt
1346-1350
What years was the black death present
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Chapter 1-Renaissance
Renaissance
Humanism
Humanities
Perspecitve
a rebirth or revival, out of the dark ages, from ancient Gree…
an intelectual movement, studied the classical culture of Gre…
the study of using language effectively (grammar, rhetoric, p…
there were many different ideas and ways of drawing and paint…
Renaissance
a rebirth or revival, out of the dark ages, from ancient Gree…
Humanism
an intelectual movement, studied the classical culture of Gre…
Chapter 1 (Renaissance)
Humanism
Humanities
Petrarch
Florence
Intellectual movement at the heart of the Renaissance that fo…
Study of subjects such as grammar, rhetoric, poetry, and hist…
Early Renaissance humanist, poet, and scholar. He assembled a…
City in the Tuscany region of northern Italy that was the cen…
Humanism
Intellectual movement at the heart of the Renaissance that fo…
Humanities
Study of subjects such as grammar, rhetoric, poetry, and hist…
Chapter 1; Renaissance
Renaissance
Thomas Moore
Presbyterian and Catholic
Don Quixote
"Rebirth" 1300-1600
He was a Northern Humanist writer who wrote "Utopia"
The POA was offered to the German Princes during the Reformat…
Miguel De Cervantes wrote _____________, which mocked medieva…
Renaissance
"Rebirth" 1300-1600
Thomas Moore
He was a Northern Humanist writer who wrote "Utopia"
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Chapter 1 Renaissance
Renaissance
humanism
secular
patron
Means rebirth, and refers to a revival of art and learning
Study of classical text that lead to an intellectual movement…
The basic spirit of Renaissance
People who pay artists to commission a piece of work
Renaissance
Means rebirth, and refers to a revival of art and learning
humanism
Study of classical text that lead to an intellectual movement…
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Chapter 1 - Renaissance
1300-1600
Humanism
Humanists
1) Fulfillment in daily life. ... 2) Each…
Time period of the Renaissance
An intellectual movement that focused on human potential and…
Italian scholars that had a strong interest in classical writ…
What do Humanists believe?
1300-1600
Time period of the Renaissance
Humanism
An intellectual movement that focused on human potential and…
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Chapter 1 Renaissance
da Vinci
Castiglione
Milan
Michelangelo
the Renaissance man
The Courtier
city specializing in agriculture
painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel
da Vinci
the Renaissance man
Castiglione
The Courtier
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chapter 1 renaissance vocab
renaissance
medici
humanism
secular
know as explosion of creativity
powerful family that ruled florence italy and made a fortune…
focused on human potential- influenced artists and architects…
wordly concerned with here and now
renaissance
know as explosion of creativity
medici
powerful family that ruled florence italy and made a fortune…
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Chapter 1- Renaissance
Renaissance
Humanism
Secular
Patron
a period of time when creativity was brought back and new ide…
a movement where thinkers reinforced the potential of humans…
concerned with worldly matters instead of spiritual concepts
a person who supports artists, mostly financially
Renaissance
a period of time when creativity was brought back and new ide…
Humanism
a movement where thinkers reinforced the potential of humans…
Chapter 1 Renaissance
Renaissance
Humanism
Secular
Patrons
Rebirth, The revival of art and learning.
An intellectual movement that was based on human potential.
Worldly rather than spiritual and concerned with the here and…
People of the art by financially supporting artists
Renaissance
Rebirth, The revival of art and learning.
Humanism
An intellectual movement that was based on human potential.
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Chapter 1: Renaissance
Humanism
Patron
Perspective
Florence
Heart of the Italian Renaissance, intellectual movement that…
Financial supporter of the arts. ex) Medici family... -Italy's V…
Used to create more realistic art by making distant objects s…
A city in the Tuscany region of northern Italy that was the c…
Humanism
Heart of the Italian Renaissance, intellectual movement that…
Patron
Financial supporter of the arts. ex) Medici family... -Italy's V…
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Renaissance Chapter 1
humanism
Petrarch
Florence
patron
the doctrine emphasizing a person
(1304-1374) Father of the Renaissance. He believed the first…
a town in northeast South Carolina
a regular customer
humanism
the doctrine emphasizing a person
Petrarch
(1304-1374) Father of the Renaissance. He believed the first…
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Chapter 1 Renaissance
Renaissance a rebirth of
Humanism
Why was Italy the place of the Renaiss…
"Renaissance Man"
Art and learning from Greece and Rome
Intellectual movement that focused on human potential and ach…
Thriving city states, wealthy merchant class, and classical R…
Universal man, someone who excelled in many fields
Renaissance a rebirth of
Art and learning from Greece and Rome
Humanism
Intellectual movement that focused on human potential and ach…
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Chapter 1 Renaissance
Utopian
Machiavelli
Rebirth
Humanism
Thomas more describes it as an ideal society in which men and…
Wrote a guide for rulers in how to gain and maintain powers
Age called the Renaissance, where a new age dawned for Wester…
Intellectual movement where it studied the classical culture…
Utopian
Thomas more describes it as an ideal society in which men and…
Machiavelli
Wrote a guide for rulers in how to gain and maintain powers
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Chapter 1 Renaissance
Renaissance
Medici family
Humanist
Secular
1300 AD - 1600 AD rebirth of culture, arts, education (Italy)
Ruled Florence Italy, patrons of the arts (Cosimo, Lorenzo) r…
An intelicual movement that focused on human potential and ac…
Worldly rather than spiritual and concerned with the here and…
Renaissance
1300 AD - 1600 AD rebirth of culture, arts, education (Italy)
Medici family
Ruled Florence Italy, patrons of the arts (Cosimo, Lorenzo) r…
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Renaissance chapter 1
Renaissance
Humanism
Secular
Patrons
Rebirth
An intellectual movement that focused on human potential and…
Worldly rather than spiritual and concerned with the here and…
Church leaders during the Renaissance beautified Rome and oth…
Renaissance
Rebirth
Humanism
An intellectual movement that focused on human potential and…
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The Renaissance and Reformation Chapter 1
Renaissance
Humanism
secular
patrons
"rebirth"; following the Middle Ages, a movement that centere…
A Renaissance intellectual movement in which thinkers studied…
Concerned with worldly rather than spiritual matters, focusin…
A person who supports artists, especially financially
Renaissance
"rebirth"; following the Middle Ages, a movement that centere…
Humanism
A Renaissance intellectual movement in which thinkers studied…
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Chapter 1 Vocabulary (Renaissance)
Renaissance
Medieval
Noble
Illiterate
the forms and treatments in art used during this period.
pertaining to, characteristics of, or in the style of the Mid…
distinguished by rank or title.
unable to read and write.
Renaissance
the forms and treatments in art used during this period.
Medieval
pertaining to, characteristics of, or in the style of the Mid…
Chapter 1: The Renaissance
Why did the Renaissance start in Italy?
The Medicis
Lorenzo the Magnificent
Humanism
Because Italy was the center of the Roman Empire and Florence…
A powerful family from Florence that had a successful banking…
Cosimo's grandson. He kept Florence together when it went thr…
Intellectual movement at the heart of the Renaissance that fo…
Why did the Renaissance start in Italy?
Because Italy was the center of the Roman Empire and Florence…
The Medicis
A powerful family from Florence that had a successful banking…
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Chapter 1- Renaissance and Reformation
patron
Henry VIII
Martin Luther
William Shakespeare
a financial supporter of something
married six times to try and get a male heir to the throne. I…
wrote 95 Thesis against the Catholic Church.
wrote 37 plays and sonnets and increased the vernacular by in…
patron
a financial supporter of something
Henry VIII
married six times to try and get a male heir to the throne. I…
Renaissance Terms Grade 8 Chapter 1
Worldview
Value
Belief
Western Worldview
A collection of values and beliefs about and life and the uni…
A personal or group judgement as to what is important in life.
Something accepted as true
Worldviews held by people specifically in the western world.…
Worldview
A collection of values and beliefs about and life and the uni…
Value
A personal or group judgement as to what is important in life.
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World Chapter 1: The Renaissance and Reformation
Humanism
Patron
Perspective
Vernacular
An intellectual movement that focused on the classics and edu…
A supporter of the arts.
Allowed Renaissance artists to create realistic art by making…
The everyday language of people.
Humanism
An intellectual movement that focused on the classics and edu…
Patron
A supporter of the arts.
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Chapter 1: Renaissance Definition
Monarchy
Feudal System
Democracy
National Identity
King or queen
Hierarchy System; system of landholding
Form of gov; either directly or through elected representatives
Finding your identity
Monarchy
King or queen
Feudal System
Hierarchy System; system of landholding
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7th-Chapter 1 1/Renaissance
mercantile
Renaissance
patron
humanism
Related to commerce or trade
"rebirth"; following the Middle Ages, a movement that centere…
a person who gives financial or other support to a person, or…
A Renaissance intellectual movement in which thinkers studied…
mercantile
Related to commerce or trade
Renaissance
"rebirth"; following the Middle Ages, a movement that centere…
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Chapter 1 Test- Renaissance
Art had a focus of humanism. Like arti…
Political, social, economic, and cultu…
-It made books more available to peopl…
It was the Catholic Church's response…
How did art (paintings and sculpture) in the Renaissance peri…
What are some of the subject areas that experienced change du…
How did the printing press effect society?
What was the Catholic Reformation/Counter-Reformation?
Art had a focus of humanism. Like arti…
How did art (paintings and sculpture) in the Renaissance peri…
Political, social, economic, and cultu…
What are some of the subject areas that experienced change du…
Chapter 1: European Renaissance and Reformation
Renaissance
Humanism
Secular
Patrons
"rebirth"; revival of art and learning similar to classical G…
intellectual movement that focused on human potential and ach…
worldly rather than spiritual and concerned with the here and…
Church leaders who were involved in financially supporting ar…
Renaissance
"rebirth"; revival of art and learning similar to classical G…
Humanism
intellectual movement that focused on human potential and ach…
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Renaissance/Reformation Chapter 1
Renaissance
Heresy
Sect
Patron
"Rebirth"-revival of art, literature, and learning in Europe…
Against the teachings of the Catholic Church
A subgroup of a major religious group
Financial supporter of the arts
Renaissance
"Rebirth"-revival of art, literature, and learning in Europe…
Heresy
Against the teachings of the Catholic Church
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