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What ancient text were humanist using as a basis for their new studies?

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What ancient text were humanist using as a basis for their new studies?


Ancient Latin and Greek text, referred to as Classical Texts.  These works are from people such as Cicero from the Roman Republic.


Who is referred to as the Father of Humanism?

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Who is referred to as the Father of Humanism?


Petarch, he is responsible for rediscovering Cicero's letters and is often given credit for contributing to the start of the Renaissance.  He was also from the 14th century, predating the other Humanists.


Define Humanism

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Define Humanism


Attributing the studies and success to the Human aspect, not the divine.  So secular over religious.  Also can be referred to as the study of the Humanities. 


Which Humanist used their studies of classical texts to prove the Donation of Constantine (8th) century, was fake?

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Which Humanist used their studies of classical texts to prove the Donation of Constantine (8th) century, was fake?


Lorenzo Valla used an early form of Forensics to determine that the Donation of Constantine was a fake, most likely created by the Catholic Church to increase their own wealth.  He did this by studing writing styles both classical and vernacular across time.


What is Pico della Mirandola known for?

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What is Pico della Mirandola known for?


His work titled the Oration on the dignity of man (1486) - Also referred to as the Manifesto of the Renaissance.  

 

It discussed and highlighted the capability of man, as opposed to religious beliefs.


Who is referred to as the "Renaissance Man", why?  Who is a runner up to this title?

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Who is referred to as the "Renaissance Man", why?  Who is a runner up to this title?


Leonardo da Vinci is known as the Renaissance man as he excelled in numerous aspects of art, literature, science, engineering, architecture, etc..  Michelangelo is a runner up to this title.


Which artist is often referred to as the Greatest Painter of All time?

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Which artist is often referred to as the Greatest Painter of All time?


Raphael


What does it mean to be a Patron of the Arts, provide an example.

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What does it mean to be a Patron of the Arts, provide an example.


During this time a Patron of the Arts was someone who comissioned artwork to be created.  Two major examples would be Cosimio de' Medici, and the Catholic Church.  They hired numerous artists to create both secular and nonsecular pieces of art.


There are two statues of David, who created them and who comissioned their creation?

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There are two statues of David, who created them and who comissioned their creation?


Donatello created the "Bronze" David, it was the first freestanding nude sculpture of the Renaissance.  This was comissioned by the Medici family of Florence.

 

Michelangelo created the statue of David (17ft) tall, with exagerrated features such as an enlarged head and hands.  This was comissioned by the city of Florence.


Name at least (2) of Raphaels paintings

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Name at least (2) of Raphaels paintings


School of Athens (One of the most famous)

The Sistine Maradona (Has the little Cherubs in it)

Transfiguration

 

Many others...


Name this piece of art, and its creator.

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Name this piece of art, and its creator.


The Mona Lisa (1503-1517)

Leonardo da Vinci


Name this piece of art and its creator

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Name this piece of art and its creator


The Creation of Adam (1511-1512)

Michelangelo

 

This is part of a larger painting on the Celing of the Sistine Chapel.


Name this piece of art and its creator.

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Name this piece of art and its creator.


The School of Athens

Raphael

 

Depicts many heros of the past, (mostly classical/mythological figures) secularly.


Name this piece of art and its creator.

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Name this piece of art and its creator.


The Arnolfini Marriage (1434)

Jan van Eyck 

 

This painting is from the Northern Renaissance.

 


Name this piece of art and its creator.

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Name this piece of art and its creator.


Children's Games (1560)

Pieter Bruegel the Elder


Who led the first protestant reformation?

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Who led the first protestant reformation?


Martin Luther and his establishment of Lutheranism.  Most popular in the German territories as Martin Luther was a German Monk


Which protestant leader picked up where Zwingli left off and gained territory and followers in Switzerland?

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Which protestant leader picked up where Zwingli left off and gained territory and followers in Switzerland?


John Calvin

 

He also taught the theory of Predestination.


What is a protestant?

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What is a protestant?


Any christian religion that is not catholic.

 

They PROTEST against the Catholic church and do their own things.

 

Their main differences were that good acts were not needed to get into heaven, only faith alone.

 

Bible Written in the Vernacular for everyone to read/interpret.


Why did many German Princes back up Martin Luther and push the Protestant Reformation forward?

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Why did many German Princes back up Martin Luther and push the Protestant Reformation forward?


Political reasons.  They wanted to seize power from their Emperor Charles V, by making their people believe in a different religion.


Describe the series of events that led to Henry VIII creating the Church of England.

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Describe the series of events that led to Henry VIII creating the Church of England.


His wife Catherine was married to his older brother, when his brother died, Henry got special permission from the Pope to marry Catherine as it was a sin to marry you brothers wife.

 

Years later when Catherine would not produce a male heir he asked the Pope for permission to divorce based on the grounds of their marriage was illegal since he was first his brothers wife.

 

The Pope (also SPanish like Catherine of Aragon) refused on the grounds that he had already given special permission to make this marriage legal.)

 

Henry VIII being persuaded by Anne Boleyn and others, created his own religion (The Church of England) where he was essentially the Pope (head of religious matters) and granted himself the divorce.

 

The church of England was very similar to the Catholic Church.


True/False

 

Most Catholic priest during this time spoke latin, and took their religious vows very seriously.

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True/False

 

Most Catholic priest during this time spoke latin, and took their religious vows very seriously.


False.  Many priest were there solely to get money, did not even speak latin, or practice things such as celibicy etc...

 

 


Name one Pope During the Renaissance. If possible name something they did to contribute to the Renaissance.

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Name one Pope During the Renaissance. If possible name something they did to contribute to the Renaissance.


Pope Martin V

Pope Eugene IV

Pope Nicholas V

Pope Callitxus III

Pope Pius II

Pope Paul II

Pope Sixtus IV

Pope Innocent VIII

Pope Alexander VI

Pope Pius III

Pope Julis II

Pope Leo X

Pope Adrian VI

Pope Clement VII


What are indulgence?

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What are indulgence?


Indulgences are something that the Catholic Church SOLD to reduce time spent in purgatory.

 

So essentially people were paying money to be forgiven of their sins, even sins they had yet to commit.


What were Martin Luthers top TWO complaints about the Catholic Church?

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What were Martin Luthers top TWO complaints about the Catholic Church?


The Selling of Indulgence

Corrupt Papacy


How did the Printing Press contibute to the spread of the Protestant Reformation?

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How did the Printing Press contibute to the spread of the Protestant Reformation?


It allowed for the quick and widespread of documents such as Martin Luther's 95 Theses.



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