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1 Copyright © Clara Kim 2007. All rights reserved.

2 Aim: How did the Renaissance begin in Europe? Do Now: Read “A Changing Europe.” How did Europe being to emerge from the horrors of the Dark Ages?

3 Read “The Renaissance” Working with a partner complete the Renaissance Worksheet based on the reading. Read Art in the Renaissance –Answer questions 1-7

4 Aim: How did the Renaissance start in Italy? Do Now: Answer the Drill: The Renaissance Use your notes from yesterday to help you.

5 Documents Working with a partner, answer the questions based on the map and reading.

6 Debrief Finish filling in your notes

7 Renaissance Means REBIRTH Rebirth of art and learning Began in northern Italy

8 Economic Foundations Increased demand for Middle Eastern products Encouraged the use of credit and banking Letters of credit expanded supply of money and sped up trade. New accounting and bookkeeping practices used Arabic numerals

9 Italy Italian city-states became rich from trade: –Florence –Venice –Genoa They were trading centers for the distribution of goods to northern Europe. Independent city-states governed as republics by wealthy merchants.

10 Niccolo Machiavelli Wrote The Prince –guidelines for the how to get power by absolute rule. Believed the ends justified the means One should do good if possible, but do evil when necessary.

11 Art and Literature Medieval art and literature focused on the Church and salvation. Renaissance art and literature focused on individuals and worldly matters, along with Christianity.

12 Artists and Writers Artists –Leonardo da Vinci –Michelangelo Writers –Petrarch

13 Leonardo da Vinci Painted the Mona Lisa and The Last Supper Handsome, athletic, singer, artist, scientist, inventor


15 Michelangelo Painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel and sculpted David Sculptor, painter, architect, poet

16 The Sistine Chapel Ceiling

17 Pieta David

18 Petrarch Wrote Sonnets He wrote with a Humanistic approach Considered the “Father of Humanism”

19 Humanism Celebrated the individual Stimulated the study of Greek and Roman literature and culture Humanists were supported by PATRONS who were very wealthy The Vitruvian Man

20 Northern Renaissance With the rise of trade, travel and literacy, the Italian Renaissance spread to northern Europe. The art and literature changed as people of different cultures adopted Renaissance ideas.

21 Northern Renaissance Writers Erasmus—The Praise of Folly (1511) Critical of corrupt church practices Catalyst for Protestant Reformation

22 Northern Renaissance Writers Sir Thomas More —Utopia (1516) Depicts world with perfect social, legal and political system Leading humanist scholar

23 Pictures Cited Slide 1 – Slide 2 – Slide 3 – Slide 4 – Slide 5 – Slide 6 – Slide 7 – Slide 8 – Slide 9 – lisa.jpg, Slide 10 – Slide 11 – Slide 12 –, es/art/michelangelo/michelangelo_pieta.jpg Slide 13 – Slide 14 – Slide 15 – Slide 16 – Slide 17 –

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