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Renaissance and Reformation
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General Renaissance Information Renaissance Art Renaissance Art (cont.) and Literature Renaissance Science and Technology The Reformation
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What does 'renaissance' mean in French?
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What does 'renaissance' mean in French?
rebirth
Within one hundred years, in what range of history did the Renaisance take place?
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Within one hundred years, in what range of history did the Renaisance take place?
around 1400-1600
Where did the Renaissance begin and how did it dpread throughout Europe?
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Where did the Renaissance begin and how did it dpread throughout Europe?
The Renaissance begin in Italy, then developed in unique ways in more northern parts of Europe (France, Germany, and England)
Indentify at least three Renaissance values.
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Indentify at least three Renaissance values.
Education, literature, philosophy, scholarship, artistry, classicism, and Humanism
Explain Humanism and its importnace to the Renaissance.
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Explain Humanism and its importnace to the Renaissance.
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Who painted the Mona Lisa?
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Who painted the Mona Lisa?
Leonardo da Vinci
Who painted the Sistine Chapel?
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Who painted the Sistine Chapel?
Michelangelo
Name the two sculptures I display.
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Name the two sculptures I display.
La Pieta, David
Name and describe the style the artist used to paint the Sistine Chapel.
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Name and describe the style the artist used to paint the Sistine Chapel.
Fresco: using a plaster blend, tracing, and then painting over it.
Name and explain at least five of the six characteristics of Renaissance art.
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Name and explain at least five of the six characteristics of Renaissance art.
Realism, Expression, Perspective, Classicism, Individuality, Geometry
Who painted 'The Last Supper?'
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Who painted 'The Last Supper?'
Leonardo da Vinci
Who painted 'The School of Athens?'
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Who painted 'The School of Athens?'
Raphael
Name the building Michelangelo designed for the pope.
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Name the building Michelangelo designed for the pope.
St. Peter's Basilica
Name the characteristic of Renaissance art that is represented in architecture and describe how it shows up.
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Name the characteristic of Renaissance art that is represented in architecture and describe how it shows up.
Geomterical Design (and classicism)
Name the book Niccolo Machiavelli wrote and describe its importance.
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Name the book Niccolo Machiavelli wrote and describe its importance.
'The Prince' justified the concentration of power and the right of a dictator to make any decisions for his society.
Describe the difference between the geocentric and heliocentric notions.
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Describe the difference between the geocentric and heliocentric notions.
In heliocentric, the sun is at the center of the solar system.
Who came up with the concept of a heliocentric universe?
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Who came up with the concept of a heliocentric universe?
Nicolaus Copernicus
Name at least three of Leonardo da Vinci's imagined (or real) inventions.
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Name at least three of Leonardo da Vinci's imagined (or real) inventions.
Example: tank, mitre lock, helicopter, ball bearing systems, gear systems, robotics, etc.)
Name at least three ways that da Vinci contributed to three different scientific disciplines.
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Name at least three ways that da Vinci contributed to three different scientific disciplines.
Example: Biology and Anatomy (dissected and recorded the structure of the human body); Optics (light refraction, etc.); Engineering (weaponry, mechinzation)
Name and explain the significance of Johannes Gutenberg's Renaissance invention.
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Name and explain the significance of Johannes Gutenberg's Renaissance invention.
The printing press was important because it spread the vernacular Bible and encouraged literacy.
What aspect of society was being reformed during the reformation?
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What aspect of society was being reformed during the reformation?
Religion (and politics)
What were 'indulgences?'
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What were 'indulgences?'
Payment to a religious figure for the absolution of sin.
How did Luther inititate the first protestant religion?
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How did Luther inititate the first protestant religion?
He nailed the 95 theses to a church door in Wittenberg.
Define and explain the importance of Calvin's idea of 'predestination.'
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Define and explain the importance of Calvin's idea of 'predestination.'
'predestination' was the idea that God determines the fate of all people. America adopted much of this philosophy as it became the country we know today.
Explain in detail, using at least one specific example, why the Reformation could not have taken place without the Renaissance.
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Explain in detail, using at least one specific example, why the Reformation could not have taken place without the Renaissance.
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