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  • The RenaissanceTHE END

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  • Vocabulary Power 1. Renaissance- Rebirth--- period of the expansion of classical knowledge from Greece and Rome

    2. Usury- practice of charging interest on loans

    3. Interest- charge for borrowing money

    4. Secularize- everything of the world not dealing with religion

    5. Florence, Genoa, Venice- north Italian city- states.

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  • Vocabulary Power

    6. Machiavelli- Italian who wrote The Prince outlining how rulers should run their government.-- Absolute Power

    7. Treatise- an article or book on a subject

    8. Leonardo Da Vinci- painter who created The Last Supper and the Mona Lisa *** Known as the Renaissance Man

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  • Vocabulary Power

    9. Michelangelo- Painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel and sculpted David

    10. Petrarch- Renaissance writer that wrote poetry called sonnets and humanist

    11. Humanism- Intellectual movement that focused on the individual and worldly matters rather than religious.

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  • Vocabulary Power

    12. Patron- financial supporter of the arts

    13. Erasmus- Author who wrote The Praise of Folly

    14. Thomas More- Wrote Utopia about an ideal place of peace-loving people

    16. Moveable Type Printing Press- Invented by Joahann Gutenburg helped spread Renaissance ideas

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  • Economic Foundations of the Renaissance

    The Crusades stimulated trade by introducing Europeans to many desirable products

    Trade promoted frequent contacts with the Byzantine and Muslim Empires

    New economic institutions developed

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  • Economic Effects of the Crusades

    Increased demand for Middle Eastern products

    Stimulated production of goods to trade in Middle Eastern markets

    Encouraged the use of credit and banking

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  • Important Economic Concepts of the Renaissance

    Church rule against usury and the banks practice of charging interest helped to secularize northern Italy.

    Letters of credit served to expand the supply of money and expand trade

    New accounting and bookkeeping practices (use of Arabic numerals) were introduced

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  • Wealth of Italian City-States and Machiavelli

    Wealth accumulated from European trade with the Middle East led to the rise of Italian city-states. Wealthy merchants were active civic leaders.

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  • Florence, Venice and Genoa

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  • Florence, Venice, Genoa

    Had access to trade routes connecting Europe with Middle Eastern markets

    Served as trading centers for the distribution of goods to northern Europe

    Were initially independent city states governed as republics

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  • Machiavellis The Prince

    An early modern treatise (writing) on government

    Supported absolute power of the ruler

    Maintains that the end justifies the means

    Advises that one should do good if possible, but do evil when necessary

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  • Ideas of the Renaissance

    The Renaissance produced new ideas that were reflected in the arts, philosophy, and literature

    Patrons, wealthy from newly expanded trade, sponsored works which glorified city states in northern Italy.

    Education became increasingly secular

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  • Renaissance vs. Medieval

    Medieval art and literature focused on the Church and salvation

    Renaissance art and literature focused on individual and worldly matters, along with Christianity

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  • Medieval ArtRenaissance Art

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  • Artistic and Literary CreativityLeonardo Da

    Vinci

    The Last Supper

    Mona Lisa

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  • Artistic

    Michelangelo

    Sistine Chapel Celing

    David

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  • Literature

    Petrarch created sonnets, epic poetry, scholarly prose, and was a humanist

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  • Humanism

    Celebrated the individual

    Stimulated the study of Greek and Roman literature and culture

    Was supported by wealthy patrons

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  • Northern Renaissance

    With the rise of trade, travel, and literacy, the Italian Renaissance spread to northern Europe. Art and Literature changed as people of different cultures adopted Renaissance ideas

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  • Italian Renaissance Spreads North

    Growing wealth in Northern Europe supported Renaissance ideas

    Northern Renaissance thinkers merged humanist ideas with Christianity

    The moveable type printing press invented by Johann Gutenberg and the production and sale of books (Gutenberg Bible) helped disseminate ideas.

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  • Printing Press

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  • Erasmus- wrote The Praise of Folly (1511)- made fun of the people during the time (greedy merchants, arrogant priests, foolish scholars)

    Sir Thomas More- Utopia- an ideal place of peace loving people (1516)

    Northern Renaissance artists portrayed religious and secular subjects

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