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The Renaissance and Reformation

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  • Q1
    (13.1) an intellectual movement at the heart of the Renaissance that focused on eduction and the classics
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  • Q2
    (13.1) study of subjects such as grammar, rhetoric, poetry, and history, that were taught in ancient Greece and Rome
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  • Q3
    (13.1) pg. 411; a Florentine who lived in 1300's, an early Renaissance humanist, poet and scholar; assembled a library of Greek and Roman manuscripts in monasteries and churches; enabled the works of Cicero, Homer and Virgil to become know to Western Europeans
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  • Q4
    (13.1) a city in the Tuscany region of northern Italy that was the center of the Italian Renaissance
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  • Q5
    (13.1) a person who provides financial support for the arts
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    (13.1) artistic technique used to give paintings and drawings a three-dimensional effect
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  • Q7
    (13.1) pg. 414; artist from 1452-1519; dissected corpses to learn how bones and muscles work; paintings has realism; Mona Lisa, Last Supper; experimented with new types of paint;
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  • Q8
    (13.1) pg. 414-415; artist from 1475-1564; sculptor, engineer, painter, architect and poet; "melancholy genius" his works reflect life long spiritual and artistic struggles; marble master pieces such as David - David and Goliath;Pietá; Pietá shows the sorrow of Mary as she cradles her dead son Jesus; series of murals that decorate the ceilings of the Sistine Chapel in Rome - took 4 years to complete; talented architect also- design dome of St. Peter's Cathedral in Rome- many structures modeled off it like the US Captial building
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  • Q9
    (13.1) pg. 415; 1483-1520; artistic talent and sweet and gracious nature; painted blending Christian and classic styles; know for Madonna painting - tender portrayal of mother of Jesus; The School of Athens is a painting showing an imaginary gathering of great thinkers and scientist
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  • Q10
    (13.1) pg. 416; wrote The Book of the Courtier - describes the manners, skills, learning and virtues that a member of the court should have - well educated, well-mannered aristocrat who mastered many field, from poetry to music to supports; ideal male - active, good at games, not a gambler, plays music, knows literature and history; ideal woman - offers a balance to men, graceful, kind, lively, reserved, beautiful
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  • Q11
    (13.1) pg. 416; wrote a guide for rulers on how to gain and maintain power; wrote The Prince, looked at at real rulers in an age of ruthless power; told rulers to use whatever means necessary to achieve their goal
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  • Q12
    (13.2) pg. 418; 1455 from Mainz, Germany, printed first Bible on a printing press; printing press transformed Europe - was hand written prior; more books so more readers
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  • Q13
    (13.2) a region that included parts of present day northern France, Belgium and the Netherlands; was an important industrial and financial center of northern Europe during the Middle Ages and Renaissance
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    (13.2) pg. 419; German painter; 1494; artists studied under Italian masters for Renaissance; called "Leonardo of the North"; applied painting techniques to engraving
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  • Q15
    (13.2) art for in which an artist etches a design on a metal plate with acid and then uses the plate to make multiple prints
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