Which attitude is most typical of Italy during the Renaissance?
emphasis on the individual
The economic power of the Italian states led to..?
their increased political power
Of the European population, peasants and townspeople..?
made up the largest group
The Italian Wars, fought between France and Spain, reached a turning point when..?
Spanish forces sacked Rome
Which famous family ruled Florence?
Machiavelli believed that moral principles…?
should not influence political activity
The monarchies of France and Spain were attracted by Italy’s..?
When did children become emancipated in Renaissance Italy?
when their father freed them
In The Book of the Courtier, Castiglione stated that..?
nobles should follow a standard of conduct
Why did Savonarola gain power?
He condemned the corruption of the Medici family
The humanist movement of the Renaissance was based on..?
the study of the classics, or Greek and Roman literature
Which of the following explains how Petrarch’s actions spread Renaissance ideas in the fourteenth century?
Petrarch searched for ancient Latin manuscripts, and others followed his lead
What effect did printing with movable type have on people during the Renaissance?
People became more educated
The purpose of humanist schools during the Renaissance was to..?
produce individuals who were able to lead good lives
Courses of study including history, philosophy, rhetoric, grammar, poetry, mathematics, astronomy, and music were known as..?
How was the human-focused worldview of the Italian Renaissance expressed in its art?
A realistic style was developed that showed the human form as a living, three-dimensional person
The Italian Renaissance produced master artists such as painters..?
Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo
What core idea of the Renaissance was expressed by painters using the laws of perspective?
Focus on realism and the individual is key
What would represent the art of the Renaissance in northern European countries?
a small, detailed, and realistic portrait
Dante wrote The Divine Comedy in the vernacular rather than in classical Latin so that..?
everyone could read his work, not just scholars