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CHAPTER 11 The Renaissance
Renaissance 1. What were the 4 great city-states of Italy in the 1300s? 1. Milan, Genoa, Venice, and FLORENCE
Renaissance 2. Who was the greatest banking family in Florence? 2. The Medici Family
Renaissance 3. What were some characteristics of Florence? 3. Italian art, literature, and culture
Renaissance 4. The city of Florence’s love of art and education helped begin what? 4. The Renaissance
Renaissance 5. What was the Renaissance? 5. Period of “rebirth” and creativity that followed the Middle Ages
Renaissance 6. During the Renaissance, what was being “reborn”? 6. Learning and Art Greek and Roman ideas
Renaissance- Artists 7. Who was Michelangelo? 7. Renaissance artist Artist and Sculptor Painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel
Renaissance- Artists 8. Who was Leonardo da Vinci? 8. THE Renaissance Man Painter, Sculptor, Architect, Engineer, Inventor Mona Lisa, Last Supper
Renaissance- Writers 9. Who was Dante Alighieri? 9. First to write in the vernacular (common language-Italian) Wrote The Divine Comedy Dante’s Inferno
Renaissance- Writers 10. Who was Niccolo Machiavelli? 10. Wrote The Prince Gave leaders advice on how to rule Better to be feared than loved
Renaissance- Writers 11. Who was William Shakespeare? 11. Wrote many poems and over 30 plays Romeo and Juliet Hamlet Julius Caesar
Renaissance 12. Who was Johann Gutenberg? 12. Created the Printing Press Movable Type Increased Literacy Spread Ideas
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