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  • Q1
    He traveled to china and saw lots of new inventions like paper money and coal used for fuel.
    Marco Polo
  • Q2
    Rebirth or when Greek and roman cultures come back to life and science discoveries are made.
  • Q3
    This is a way of thinking that stresses the importance of human abilities.
  • Q4
    He was a politician and a writer that wrote his stories in Italian the language of the people instead of latin the language of the church; wrote the divine
    Dante Alighieri
  • Q5
    He was good at designing buildings, wrote poetry, carved sculptures, and painted magnificent pictures.
  • Q6
    He was great at painting, sculptor, architect, inventor, engineer, town planner, and mapmaker.
    Leonardo da Vinci
  • Q7
    Father of Humanism
  • Q8
    He made the first printing press.
    Johann Gutenberg
  • Q9
    He put some fun into romantic tales, he made them fun for kids to listen to.
    Miguel de Cervantes
  • Q10
    He wrote plays and poems he also instructed the plays.
    William Shakespeare
  • Q11
    Life could be great; life didn't revolve around work; people could enjoy certain comforts
    Humanists beliefs different from the beliefs of the middle ages.
  • Q12
    Italy was divided into city-states
    How was Italy divided
  • Q13
    Florence because of its wealth from the wool trade and banking only increased the wealth.
    What was the most powerful Italian city-state at the start of the Renaissance.
  • Q14
    The renaissance art were painted as they were in nature.
    How did Renaissance art differ from previous art forms
  • Q15
    Leonardo da Vinci
    Who painted the Mona Lisa and the Last Supper

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