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1,2 What are gondolas? Long, narrow boats used for transportation in Venice
2,2 What is humanism? This emphasized a balance between faith and reason.
4,2 Who is Pertrarch? A famous poet and scholar of ancient Roman works.
3,2 What was the Mongol Empire? This united Asia in a vast trade network.
5,2 What are trade and banking? Florence grew wealthy from these two activities.
1,3 Who is Leonardo da Vinci? This man is one of the most famous of the Renaissance scientists and inventors.
What were wealthy merchants and the nobility? Urban nobility blended these two groups by marriage in Italy
2,3 What is secular? This is the term used to describe more interest in this world than in religion
4,3 What is chiaroscuro? This is an artistic technique using light and shadows to soften edges.
5,3 What was banking? The Medici family got its wealth from this.
1,4 Who is Marco Polo? His book increased European trade with China.
2,4 Who is Dante Alighieri? He was the writer of The Divine Comedy.
3,4 Who is Sandro Boticelli? He was a Florence artist who painted frescoes.
4,4 What is they made engravings and used oil paints? Because of this, Northern European artists differed from the rest.
5,4 What is literature? This became more popular because more people learned to read, it was written in the vernacular and books were more available.
2,7 What is the Renaissance? A time of rebirth of interest in art and learning.
1,7 Who is William Shakespeare? He was an English playwright who wrote tragedies and comedies.
3,7 What is a fresco? This new type of painting used watercolors on wet plaster.
4,7 What is the Elizabethan era? The name of this era in England that began in the 1500’s.
5,7 What is why the Renaissance started in Italy? Roman ruins reminded Italians of their past, Italy was wealthy, and city-states competed with each other.
Chapter 20 Review Mr. Klein. The Renaissance & Italy Between 1350 and 1650 people had a renewed interest in learning and the arts. This renewed interest.
Chapter 7. The Renaissance The Renaissance Begins New Ideas and Literature Renaissance Art For each section, write down three important things that happened.
The Italian Renaissance Renaissance rebirth Italian Renaissance rebirth of ancient Greek and Roman worlds Characteristics Secular Urban Society.
Italian Renaissance Notes Chapter 19, Section 1 Learning Objective: Today we will learn how the growth of port cities in Italy led to a rebirth of the.
The Renaissance When The Renaissance began in 1300 and ended around Dante wrote in Shakespeare wrote in 1600.
Chapter 11 – The Renaissance Section Notes Origins of the Renaissance The Italian Renaissance The Renaissance beyond Italy Video The Renaissance History.
SECTION 17.2 New Ideas and Art. Renaissance Humanism Humanism – a new way of understanding the world based on the values of the ancient Greeks and Romans.
Key Terms – The Renaissance and Humanism Renaissance The Medicis Patrons Secularism Leonardo Da Vinci Michaelangelo Buonarroti Andrea Palladio Humanism.
Renaissance City-States Vocabulary The Italian Renaissance.
CHAPTER 7: THE RENAISSANCE PROJECT By Jeniffer Rivera, Kaelyn Williams and Jessica Kaizerman.
RENAISSANCE Feudalism begins in Europe 800 A.D A.D. First Crusade Inquisition Black Death arrives in Europe 1233 A.D A.D. RENAISSANCE BEGINS.
CHAPTER 11 The Renaissance. Renaissance 1. What were the 4 great city-states of Italy in the 1300s? 1. Milan, Genoa, Venice, and FLORENCE.
New Ideas and Art Get Ready to Read Section Overview This section describes how humanists spread ideas and Renaissance artists created great paintings.
Jeopardy “Rebirth”Renaissance Artists Humanism City-StatesRenaissance Writings Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Final Jeopardy.
Chapter 7, Section 2 New Ideas and Literature. Renaissance Humanism Humanism-placed importance on the individual and human society. Humanists emphasized.
Chapter 11, Lesson 1 The Renaissance Begins It Matters Because: Renaissance development helped shape today’s arts, architecture, literature, & science.
CHAPTER 7.2 CLASS NOTES NEW IDEAS AND LITERATURE.
CHAPTER 7.2 CLASS NOTES New Ideas and Literature.
THE RENAISSANCE The wealthy urban society of the Italian cities brought a rebirth of art and learning in Europe. Italy’s locations helped cities grow.
Section 1 Chapter 11 LT Tell how Florence and other cities contributed to the start and spread of the Renaissance. Explain how reopening the Silk Road.
The Italian Renaissance ( ) Mrs. Chen 7 th Grade World History.
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Renaissance Rebirth of classical learning and culture An explosion of creativity in art, writing, and philosophy that lasted approximately from 1300 –
ARTISTS HISTORY FAMOUS PEOPLE HODGEPODGE Important.
January 9, 2015 Get out your history notebooks and get ready to take C-Notes on The Renaissance.
Chapter 7.3 Class Notes Renaissance Art. I. Artists in Renaissance Italy A. Chiaroscuro is a way of using light and shadows to soften the edges of drawings.
Instructions for using this template. Remember this is Jeopardy, so where I have written “Answer” this is the prompt the students will see, and where.
What do you already know? The Renaissance The Renaissance begins
Chapter Growth of Independent Trading Cities had once been center of Roman Empire trade led to growth of large cities Milan, Florence, and Venice.
European Renaissance Renaissance, 1350 – 1550 Rebirth of ancient Greek & Roman worlds Church power declined Society recovered from the plagues.
The Renaissance Coach Williamson August 31, 2009 Ramsey Junior High.
Renaissance **Rebirth of Art & Literature “Rebirth” of classical knowledge, “birth” of the modern world.
Humanism Renaissance Emergence of the Renaissance Marco Polo & The Silk.
Chapter 13 Lesson 2: The Italian Renaissance MichelangeloLeonardoRaphael Filippo Brunelleschi MachiavelliDanteCervantes Donatello Brunelleschi.
Renaissance. The Renaissance begins in Italy The Renaissance begins in Italy and spreads north to the rest of Europe. Italy was the center of trade between.
Humanism And a Rebirth in Learning The Renaissance Rise of Capitalism Old Greek and Roman Learning New Asian Ideas ( Muslims, Chinese, Indians) Why Italy?
Chapter 7.3 Class Notes Renaissance Art https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bP0WWUyUCAQ.
Chapter 1 European Renaissance and Reformation,
Chapter 17 Sec. 1 Notes: The Renaissance Begins I. The Italian Renaissance (pg ) A. Renaissance- rebirth. The Renaissance in Europe- a rebirth.
The Italian Renaissance 6-5 The student will demonstrate an understanding of the development and the impact of the Renaissance on Europe and the rest of.
Notes for Spring Quiz 10 (Day 1) Remember to make your own notes when you take this copy. Ch 13 Lesson 2 2. masterpiece (437) – A. Vocabulary (Chapter.
7 th Grade World History Spring What and When is the Renaissance? The Renaissance literally means “rebirth” and is the period that follows Europe’s.
SECTION 1-1 Italy the Birthplace of the Renaissance.
Italy the Birthplace of the Renaissance Section 1-1.
Unit 7 Vocabulary. The Renaissance: rebirth of cultural and intellectual pursuits after the stagnation of the Middle Ages. This period in European history,
Key Terms and People Marco Polo: Trader from Venice in the 1200’s who traveled from Europe to China, lived with the Mongols, and told Europeans of Asian.
Chapter 7, Week 1. What is the Renaissance? The word Renaissance means rebirth It was a time in history after the Middle Ages where people became interested.
Renaissance Approximately Rinascita “Rebirth” Greece, Rome Revolution in: Literature, art, philosophy, moral and political philosophy.
Map from Notes. Rebirth of classical ideas Greek and roman.
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