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The Renaissance was a ... R.E.B.I.R.T.H.
R. Rebirth of Greek & Roman classic cultureQ: What are the classics? Classics = ideas of ancient Greece & Rome Greek Architecture Roman Sculpture
City-states were wealthy from tradeEstablished in Italian city-states City-states were wealthy from trade
B. Birth of the “modern” world c. 1300-1600 less superstitioneducation, literature encouraged sports, art, music important study of history & science
I. Italian artists: Michelangelo & Da Vinci Leonardo da Vinci
Mona Lisa By Da Vinci
Mona sun glasses
The last supper By Da Vinci
david By Michelangelo
Sistine chapel By Michelangelo
R. Renaissance spreads from Italy to N’ern Europe-helped by printing press (Gutenberg) Q: Why would the printing press help ideas spread?
T. Theater: Shakespeare wrote plays & sonnets Hamlet Macbeth
H Humanism – Erasmus is most famous Q: What does humanism mean?
H Humanism – Erasmus is most famous-want people to be the best they can be Q: What kind of things might a humanist be in favor of?
Reflection: Does life seem better now that the Renaissance has begun? If so, how? If not, why not?
The Renaissance – Rebirth of art and learning in Europe ( ) Background: The Crusades stimulated trade by introducing Europeans to many desirable.
SOL 13 a - d Renaissance. Essential Questions How did the Crusades stimulate trade between Europe and the Muslim Empire? What were Machiavelli’s ideas.
Beginnings of the Modern World,
Renaissance SOL Review #9
The Renaissance lasted from the late 1300’s through the early 1500’s. The word Renaissance means ‘rebirth’. It was a time to leave the Dark Ages and try.
The Renaissance. What was the Renaissance? The Renaissance was… A cultural movement that took place in Europe from the 14 th to the 16 th centuries A.
The Renaissance. The Crusades greatly affected Europe. They resulted in an increased demand for Middle Eastern products and encouraged credit and banking.
Renaissance World History. Renaissance Rebirth Change from Middle Ages Focus on Ancient Greek and Roman ideas Changed from Religious beliefs and.
Renaissance Rebirth of classical learning and culture An explosion of creativity in art, writing, and philosophy that lasted approximately from 1300 –
The Renaissance Europe’s “Rebirth”
The Renaissance ( ). 2. Key features: ◊Rediscovery of classical Greek and Roman culture.
Aim: How did the Renaissance begin in Italy and change the world?
Renaissance rebirth in interest in arts & learning rebirth in interest in arts & learning started in northern italy started in northern italy spread throughout.
What is an antecedent? It is the noun or nouns that a pronoun is replacing or referring back to. Example: The Mona Lisa is a famous work of art from the.
What was the Renaissance?
The Renaissance. Part One: An Introduction To The Renaissance.
MR. GLUCKSON Renaissance. “Rebirth” Of new ideas. Such as education, science, technology, art, etc.
The Renaissance means “rebirth”
CHAPTER 11 The Renaissance. Renaissance 1. What were the 4 great city-states of Italy in the 1300s? 1. Milan, Genoa, Venice, and FLORENCE.
Population of N. Europe beginning to recover Cities growing Urban merchants become wealthy & sponsor artists.
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