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Vocab 2: Renaissance Sonnet

Iambic Pentameter a line of verse with five metrical feet, each consisting of one short (or unstressed) syllable followed by one long (or stressed) syllable, for example Two households, both alike in dignity. Octave a series of eight notes occupying the interval between (and including) two notes, one having twice or half the frequency of…

American History Chapter 17

return to life as it was before the war Warren G. Harding won the presidency by appealing to Americans’ desire to interfered with businesses and industry as little as possible Coolidge believed part of his job as president was to make sure the government dividing operations into simple tasks Henry Ford’s system for making cars…

Renaissance Art Paintings/Sculptures

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Famous Italians – Leonardo da Vinci – Renaissance

The Renaissance is considered to be the bridge between the Middle Ages and Modern History. Leonardo da Vinci lived during the Renaissance. The Renaissance started as a cultural movement in Italy in the Late Medieval period. Naissance means birth in French. Renaissance means rebirth and covered a period in Europe, from the 14th to 17th…

US History

Zimmerman Telegram A coded telegram dispatched by the Foreign Secretary of the German Empire, Arthur Zimmermann, on January 16, 1917, to the German ambassador in Mexico, Heinrich von Eckardt, at the height of World War I. The telegram instructed the ambassador to approach the Mexican government with a proposal to form a military alliance against…

Chapter 26 The Roaring Twenties

flapper nickname for the stereotypical 1920s woman who bobbed her hair, shortened her skirt, drank and spoke openly. prohibition the banning of alcohol via the 18th amendment Al Capone Nicknamed Scarface; he was the most successful gangster of the Prohibition era bootlegging the illegal selling and transportation of alcohol Scopes Trial A famous trial nicknamed…

Amsco APUSH Chapter 23

Warren Harding 29th president of the US; Republican; “Return to Normalcy” (life as it had been before WWI-peace, isolation); presidency was marred by scandal (Teapot Dome; bribes / getting $ to not charge certain people of their crimes)Died + then Coolidge took over. Said to be one of the worst presidents in US history Charles…

Harlem Renaissance & More 5-15-14

The Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s can best be described as 1.an organization created to help promote African-American businesses 2.a movement that sought to draw people back to the inner cities 3.a relief program to provide jobs for minority workers 4.a period of great achievement by African-American writers, artists, and performers 4.a period of great…

APUSH 1920’s Social/Economic

Bolshevik Revolution 1917 revolution led by Lenin and Trotsky in Russia, seized control of Petrograd, which sent Russia into a state of anarchy Seattle Strike 1919 when over 65,000 supported by the IWW and AFL striked for higher wages, due to their displeasure w/ WWI wage controls; strike lasted almost a week Palmer Raids 1920…

World History Chapter 17 Test-Renaissance

Period of European history known as the Renaissance roughly covers the time from a) 1100 to 1400 b) 1200 to 1500 c) 1300-1600 d) 1400-1700 c) 1300-1600 The best synonym for secular is a) new b) worldly c) humane d) religious b) worldly To become known as an important patron, one most needed to be…

Music Appreciation Final Exam (57)

During which decade did the Harlem Renaissance begin? 1920s Which of the following was referred to as “the greatest Negro city in the world” during the 1920s? Harlem The Harlem Renaissance was inspired by a book of essays entitled: The New Negro. The most important literary figure associated with the Harlem Renaissance was: Langston Hughes….

Italian Renaissance and Baroque Villas

Villa Medici del Trebbio Trebbio, Italy 1430 Michelozzo Villa Medici Fiesole Fiesole, Italy 1450s Villa Barbaro Maser, Italy 1550s Palladio Villa Rotunda Vicenza, Italy 1560s Palladio Belvedere Court Rome, Italy 1510s Bramante Designed as part of the Vatican complex, and meant to serve as the “villa” for the pope, this project reflects the reemergence of…

MU 120 ch. 57-60

During which decade did the Harlem Renaissance begin? 1920s Which of the following was referred to as “the greatest Negro city in the world” during the 1920s? Harlem The Harlem Renaissance was inspired by a book of essays entitled: The New Negro The most important literary figure associated with the Harlem Renaissance was Langston Hughes…

The Roaring 20’s and the Great Depression

*Describe popular culture during the 1920’s *During the 1920’s, many changes occured that caused the popular culturak ways of life in the United States to change as well. Flappers, were young women who rebelled against the traditional way of acting and thinking. This sparked from the 19th Ammendment, which gave women the right to vote…

Ch 21 Renaissance quatrocento italy

expulsion of adam and eve from eden (brancacci chapel in florence) -stumble blindly expelled from eden -hazy backgroud=no specific location but -cry from eve voices anguish -substantial body weight brunelleschi created which two architectural commissions? dome on florence cathedral design hospital degli innocenti (hospital of the innocents-orphanage) hospital degli innocenti -across from church (madonna would…

module 7

Musicians and composers achieved a higher social status during the Romantic era than they had in the Classical era. true Nationalistic feelings inspired composers to incorporate folk songs and dances from their native lands into their works. true Romantic composers rarely used dynamic markings and other expressive comments in their scores to communicate their intentions…

Ch 12

Which of the following was a feature of the communities in Australia in the fifteenth century? The practice of “firestick farming” In the fifteenth century, what did the Igbo people in West Africa have in common with the Iroquois League in North America? Institutions for resolving conflict in the absence of a state Why did…

RCM History 2 Cram :D

Monothematic exposition in sonata form: theme 2 is transposed theme 1. Based on an earlier polyphonic chanson by Josquin des Prez Danserye Responsorial style Two-voice work with newly composed counterpoint against the original chant melody Example of music from the Notre Dame School (in the style of Léonin) Haec Dies (organum) Gradual from the mass…

Art History II(Dr. Schwarz)-Exam 2

Artist: Donatello Title: “Equestrian Statue of Erasmo do Narni”(Gattamelata) Stylistic Period: 15th Century-Early Renaissance. Bronze, height approx. 12′ 2″ In 1443, Donatello was probably called to Padua to execute an Equestrian Statue to commemorate the Paduan general of the Venetian army, Erasmo da Narni, nicknamed “Gattamelata”(meaning “Honeyed Cat” -a reference to his mother, Melania Gattelli)….

Europe to the Early 1500s: Decline, Revival, and Renaissance

Introduction Late Middle Ages and Renaissance Hundred Years War Schism inside Catholic Church Extraordinary art of Renaissance Humanistic thought Otto I and the Revival of Empire Otto I “the great” leader of holy roman empire Defeated hungarians at lechfield *955* church under royal authority Cluny Reform movement monastery at clun taught that pope was sole…

Study Guide Unit 5 Exam: European Renaissance & Reformation

Patron A person who financially supports the arts Republic A form of government in which citizens elect representatives to rule for them Individualism The belief in the importance of an individual’s achievements and dignity Humanism A philosophy that tries to balance religious faith with an emphasis on individual dignity and an interest in nature and…

French Renaissance

French Renaissance. Loius 12th wing of Chateau de blois. Black pitched roof, dormers, depressed arch. Style, Name, Architect & key components French Renaissance. Chateau de blois. Catherine Medici’s Bedroom. Heavy painted beam ceiling, Draped four corner bed. elaborate pattern on floor and walls. French Renaissance.Chateau de chambord. Domienico de Cotona. Frecn were not as concerned…

AHAP Unit 7

Annunciation Triptych (Merode altarpiece). Workshop of Robert Campin. 1427-1432. Oil on wood. Name: Annunciation Triptych (Merode Altarpiece) Date: 1427-1432 Period/style: Early Northern Renaissance Artist: Workshop of Robert Campin Patron: Name unknown, but depicted on the left side of the triptych Location: Netherlands Material/technique: Oil on wood Function: Show the moment when Mary finds out that…

Sculpture – Early/High Renaissance Art

Saint George Donatello. Combination of classical and Christian iconography Saint John the Evangelist. Donatello. A Prophet Donatello. Probably Habbakuk. David Donatello. Marble David 1440 Donatello. First life size sculpture in Western Europe to be seen in the round since antiquity. Gattamelata Donatello. First larger than life size equestrian sculpture since antiquity The Aged Magdalen Donatello….

DES 143 Final Vocab

Name four reasons why people wear clothes and give an example of each • Protection • Decoration • Modesty • Denote Status What are the three main ways of constructing clothing? Describe how these work and give an historical example of each method. • Draped Dress: created by the arrangement around the body of pieces…

exam 2 study guide

Early Middle Ages: Capital of Byzantium (present day turkey)? Constantinople Early Middle Ages: What fabrics were used? linen and wool primary; silk was imported from China (sericulture) – then became center of silk production Early Middle Ages: Men and women both wore… under and outer tunics with full-length cloaks Early Middle Ages: What replaced the…

Ch 18 art hist

1. List 3 means by which 16th century German artists became aware of the developments in Italian art a. Catholic Italy and the Protestant Holy Roman empire engaged in economic and cultural trade b. Humanism filtered up from Italy and spread throughout northern Europe c. Through trade and visits to Italy, Northern humanists cultivated knowledge…

Vocab: Medieval Backgrounds and the Renaissance

Holy Roman Empire 2nd century C.E. – unified Mediterranean basin w/ common language, culture, road network, economy, aqueducts Causes of decline: barbarism (invasion), expansionism, Christianity (new religion) – “weakened the spirit” of the Roman Empire 476 C.E.: last Western emperor deposed (classic date of collapse of Roman empire) St. Benedict Born into wealth, became spiritual…

SOS World History Unit 4 Renaissance and Reformation Test Prep

Anglican Church of England Presbyterian church in Scotland governed by elders Anabaptist reform movement rejecting infant baptism Erasmus a Christian humanist Henry of Navarre first of the Bourbon kings Gustavus II Lutheran king of Sweden Renaissance Painters Michelangelo Raphael Leonardo da Vinci Rembrandt Botticelli Council of Trent recognized the Catholic pope as the authority on…

Theatre Exam 3

Chorus A group of performers working together vocally and physically. A chorus of approximately 12 to 15 singer-dancers who interacted with and responded to the actors was an important element of ancient Greek theatre. Dithyramb In ancient Greece, a choric presentation sung and danced in homage to the God Dionysus. Orchestra (1) In a modern…

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