the renaissance and reformation (1485-1660) renaissance and reformation (1485-1660) by: ... caroline...

Download The Renaissance and Reformation (1485-1660) Renaissance and Reformation (1485-1660) By: ... Caroline Age (1625-1649) Writers- John Milton, ... 1625- Charles I becomes king, Caroline

Post on 22-Mar-2018




4 download

Embed Size (px)


  • The Renaissance and Reformation (1485-1660)

    By: Wade, Noelle, Megan R, and Nick G

  • Renaissance- Art, architecture, literature, religion and more spread throughout Europe. Italian and Northern European Renaissance Literature

    Reformation- Protestant churches began forming after the Roman Catholic church was exposed for abusing their power. Martin Luther- 95 Thesis

  • Renaissance and Reformation timelineEarly Tudor Period

    (1485-1558)The war of roses-Henry

    TudorEdmund Spenser-Poet

    Elizabethan Period (1558-1603)

    Queen Elizabeth-Defends England

    Early works of: Shakespeare, Marlowe,

    Kydd, and Sydney

    Caroline Age (1625-1649)

    Writers- John Milton, George Herbert, Robert Herrick, Sons of Ben

    Jacobean Period (1603-1625)

    King James version of bibleShakespeares later workWork of- Aemilia Lanyer,

    Ben Jonson, and John Donne.

    Commonwealth Period or Puritan Interregnum

    (1649-1660)Oliver Cromwell-Puritan

    Writers- John MIlton, Andrew Marvell, Sir

    Thomas Brown

    1603 Elizabeth I dies and James I

    is crowned; Plague outbreak

    1620Mayflower lands in

    North America

    1517Martin Luther posted his 95


    1649Charles I- Executed

    1629- Charles I got rid of Parliament

    1642- English Civil war

    Puritans led by Oliver Cromwell

  • Important Events During the Renaissance and ReformationThe early Tudor Period- Henry VII, Protestantism, De vinci paints the mona lisa, Death of leonardo de vinci, francis i takes power in france, columbus landing in the caribbean

    The Elizabethan Period- Elizabeth I succeeds to throne in england, shakespeare, death of king henry viii, Edward vi becomes king of england

    The Jacobean Period- James i, Mayflower departs, assassination of henry iv of france

    Caroline Age- Charles I, english colonies expanded further

    Commonwealth Period (Puritan Interregnum)- No more Monarchy, Oliver Cromwell(puritan leader) rises to power

  • Government Monarchy- Royal Family The War of Roses- York and Lancaster; Henry VII won because his army was stronger. 1485- Henry VII becomes king 1509- Henry VIII becomes king 1558- Elizabeth I becomes queen, Elizabethan Period 1603- James i becomes king- First Stewart ruler, jacobean Period, Often disagreed with parliament

    (especially with divine right and tax collection) 1625- Charles I becomes king, Caroline Age, Cavalier poets- Supported king during Civil War 1648- Monarchy was abolished; Commonwealth Period, Oliver Cromwell (led the Puritans in war) took

    control 1658- Richard Cromwell took control- later left to France, restoration- Charles II becomes King

  • Queen Elizabeth I King James I Oliver Cromwell

  • EmploymentOccupations of the renaissance

    Silk Guild, Guild of Furriers and Skinners,Guild of Bankers and Moneychangers,Guild of DruggistsGuild of Notaries ,Guild of MerchantsEtc.

  • Family Structure Women- stayed at home Dad- provide for the family Women were able to get

    married at age 12. Some marriages were arranged Families has about 5-7 kids

  • Style

    men wore doublets, hats, robe, and jackets

  • Women wore dresses hats and skirts


  • Famous Works of Literature

    Classical learning and values influenced renaissance literatureWilliam Shakespeare Edmund Spenser John Milton

  • Edmund SpenserBorn 1552 or 1553 in London, England

    Died January, 13th 1599

    Known for his allegorical poem called The Faerie Queene

    2 meanings- Literal and Symbolic

    Faerie Queen- 12 books, Different moral virtues

    Knights- Different virtues

    First Installment- Books (1-3) 1590

  • William Shakespeare's Early WorkUsually wrote his plays in blank verse

    Histories- Richard II, beginning of Henry VI, Henry V

    Comedies-Twelfth Night, Merchant of Venice, Much ado about Nothing, As you Like it, A Midsummer Night's Dream.

    Romeo and juliet

  • William Shakespeares Later Work Tragedies- Hamlet, King Lear,

    Othello, Macbeth Tragicomedies- Cymbeline,

    The Winters Tale, The Tempest

    Tragicomedies aren't as dark as the comedies because they end in

    compromise and forgiveness

  • John Milton Born- 1608 Died- 1674 Best known for Paradise lost- Epic

    poem Also wrote Paradise regained and

    Samson Agonistes Works that opposed tyranny

    influenced the American and French Revolution

  • Andrew Marvell Born 1621 Died 1678 1657- Became John Milton's Assistant Wrote Political verse satires After Charles II

    became King again (restoration) Last Instructions to a Painter, The Rehearsal

    Transposed- Political verse satire


View more >