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AP Euro: Ch. 11 The Italian Renaissance

City-States Self-governing political units centered upon an urban area. During the 15th and 16th centuries, these took on various forms of government, including republics such as Venice and oligarchies such as Milan Civic Humanism The use of humanistic training and education in the service of the state. Many humanists became advisors to princes or republican…

Northern Renaissance Art, catholic reformation, baroque

Northern Renaissance Art (4 styles) Secular, portraits, apocalypse, and landscape why so different than italian renaissance? the world is bigger than just the teachings of the church difference between the focuses of southern and northern Renaissance art southern focus is on future and purpose in life northern focus is on real life World in which…

WOTA: Renaissance and Printmaking

Renaissance begins in Italy in 1400’s spreads over all Europe by 1500 origin of Renaissance “rebirth” or revival of Classical Culture chiaroscuro highlights and shadows in a painting that create a 3D effect What was typical of Renaissance Visual Art Christian subjects realistic human figures, contrapposto chiaroscuro calm, heroic, beautiful architecture- Classical, columns Michelangelo Italian…

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The Renaissance Notes Part 1

Renaissance the ___ occurred in Europe after the Medieval Era 1400’s the Renaissance began in the ___ Italy the Renaissance began in the city states of __, where new wealth from sea trade with Asia helped fun the arts. rebirth Renaissance translates to “__” humanism a belief in celebrating individual accomplishment and worth, not just…

Music Appreciation-The Middle Ages and the Renaissance

Characteristics of the Middle Ages Everything was done anonymously Everyone (including rulers) was illiterate -Exception: Priests, nuns, bishops, ect Two Divisions of the Middle Ages Romanesque Period (450-1000 AD); otherwise known as the “Dark Ages” Gothic Period (1000-1450 AD); otherwise known as the “High Middle Ages” Two Areas of Power in the Middle Ages The…

Renaissance

What is the Renaissance? A shift in thinking, new knowledge, whole society was affected. People were less religious and thought more about themselves, their surroundings and new types of knowledge “Rebirth from the dark ages” How does Humanism relate to the Renaissance? Without the belief that humans have great potential and we should use reason…

british literature:english renaissance

The Renaissance involved questioning the authority of the Catholic Church. Most outspoken opponents were unhappy about: 1. Corruption 2. Church teachings 3. Hierarchy beginning and end dates of the english renaissance 1485-1625 What did the Renaissance prompt? 1. Arts 2. Scholars 3. Sea Exploration When did Exploration reach it’s peak? What happened? In 1492, columbus…

(Painting) Early Renaissance – High Renaissance

Lamentation Period: Early Renaissance (1300 CE) Artist: Giotto Patron: Enrico Scrovegni Form: stage space, layering for impression of depth, individualized faces seen through example such as knitted brows, emphasis on the emotional aspect depicting sorrow and loss, vibrant use of color, gold flat halos present Function: of the Scrovegni Chapel alongside other scenes of Christ’s…

The Renaissance Theater and Shakespeare

plays even before the Renaissance, the English had been writing and performing ____ for several centuries its creation by God, its fall through the wiles of Satan, its life in Old Testament times, its redemption by Christ, and its final judgement at the end of the world In the marketplaces of towns in the 1300s…

Chapter 19 Renaissance and Reformation

Marco Polo trader from Venice who traveled from Europe to Asia; part of Kublai Khan’s court Renaissance means “rebirth” & refers to the period after the Middle Ages humanism a way of thinking and learning that stresses the importance of human abilities & actions Dante Alighieri writer, politician, and poet; first to write in Italian,…

Renaissance akm

Renaissance means “rebirth”, an era which emphasises education, art and critical thinking. city-state a city that with its surrounding territory forms an independent state. Florence Italian city-state was the birthplace of the Renaissance. Medici Family rich banking family in Florence and controlled the government also. Humanism a way of thinking and learning that stresses the…

Unit 2 Vocabulary: Renaissance Thinking

Fiction a story that is not true or is made up Non-Fiction a type of literature that tells about real-life people, places, events, things, etc. Prose ordinary speech or writing without rhyme or meter; referring to speech or writing other than verse Inventor someone who is the first to think of or make something Historical-Fiction…

Principles of Health Science – Ancient times, Middle Ages and Renaissance and Industrial Revolution and Modern Era

In the primitive era, what did people believe that illness was caused by? Supernatural beings (if people were disobedient, the gods would infect them with illness or disease) Who treated illness in the primitive era? Priests and medicine men (religious ceremonies, evil spirits were driven out the body) What was used as medicine in the…

MIddle ages-Renaissance Music

Humanism A group of philosophies and ethical persepectives which emphasize the value and agency of human beings Play of Virtues What was Hildegard von bingens most famous work? Feudalism A formal government thatis described as a set of reciprocal legal and military obligaitons amoung warrior Mass Ordinary Text that is the same every mass used…

Music Appreciation: The Middle Ages and The Renaissance and Baroque

monophony • only one line is performed at a time polyphony • music with more than one line sounding at a time • Composing music with multiple independent lines first arose in the 10th century, and became popular around 1200 • Most early polyphonic compositions were written to celebrate major feasts • Paris is where…

DEATH AND BURIAL THROUGH THE MIDDLE AGES AND RENAISSANCE

CHRISTIAN INFLUENCES Dead brought to church for Requiem Mass Simplicity and Dignity were important Became more elaborate after 1066 AD Especially for the wealthy CHRISTIAN FUNERALS Tolling the bell Embalming or anointing Wrapping body in fine linen Lying in state Use of black draperies, torches and candles Three day vigil CHRISTIAN FUNERALS Requiem Mass Burial…

Renaissance-Art Examples

Adoration of Magi Gentile Region of Florence Early Renaissance in Italy 1400-1500 Tribute Money Masaccio Region of Florence Early Renaissance in Italy 1400-1500 The Holy Trinity Masaccio Region of Florence Early Renaissance in Italy 1400-1500 Dome of Florence Cathedral Brunelleschi Region of Florence Early Renaissance in Italy 1400-1500 Pazzi Chapel Brunelleschi Region of Florence Early…

Renaissance Documents

Perspective A method of showing a three-dimensional scene on a flat surface so that it looks real. Vanishing Point Where do converging lines meet at Horizon The horizon line in perspective drawing is a horizontal line across the picture. It is always at eye level – its placement determines where we seem to be looking…

American Literature Since 1865

Realism Attempted to record life as it was lived rather than life as it ought to be lived (the term used for this at the time was idealism) or had been lived in times past (the term used for this was romance). Realist authors Mark Twain, Henry James, Edith Wharton, and William Dean Howells Edith…

Renaissance Definitions

Renaissance: The revival of art, learning, and culture Humanism: A movement that focused on the human potential and achievements Patron: People who financially supported artists Perspective: A technique used by artists that involves creating the appearance of three dimension figures on flat surface Vernacular: The everyday language used in that country or region Machiavelli A…

7th grade SS Chapter 30 Leading Figures of the Renaissance

How did Renaissance ideas spread throughout the world? Why was Gutenberg’s invention so important? It spread through trade, travel, and education. In what ways did Michelangelo, Titian, and Dürer contribute to Renaissance art? MIchelangelo: sculpture and painter whose work was thought of as “godlike”. Pieta (mary and jesus), David, and the painting in the Sistine…

The Renaissance Banquet and Table Manners

The Renaissance: who, when, what it means and why Who? The Europeans (Northern Italy up to Rome) When? 14th century – 16th century What does it mean? The rebirth of art and practices Why? Feudalism had less of a grip, it was a power vacuum between the 2 lords: the pope and the German emperor,…

Florence and the Medici 1397-1495

Florence Italy’s leading cultural center during Renaissance; important for trade and commerce;dominated by Medici’s Medici Family aristocratic Italian family of powerful merchants and bankers who ruled Florence for over 300 years in the 15th century. The Medici’s were second only to the Papacy in power duing the Renaissance. Giovanni Medici a 14th century merchant and…

13.1 The Renaissance In Italy

What did the Europeans call the age of Renaissance? What was it a transition from? “Rebirth” The Renaissance marked the transition from medieval times What was the difference between Medieval and Renaissance thinkers? Medieval scholars had focused more on religious beliefs and spirituality. In contrast, Renaissance thinkers explored the richness and variety of human experience…

Renaissance – Mannerism

Ghiberti “Gates of Paradise” Early Renaissance. Bronze. East doors of the Florence Baptistry Masaccio “Trinity” Early Renaissance. fresco. Master of 1 point linear perspective. Jan van Eyck “Man in the Red Turban”. Early Renaissance. oil on panel. This is most likely a self portrait of the artist Glazing In painting – the process of building…

How Did the Ideas of the Italian Renaissance Spread Throughout Europe

– Early Renaissance ideas eventually spread to all parts of Europe – Scholars and Artist visited Italy in search of new knowledge and then return to home and adapted their new knowledge for their homeland How Did the Ideas of the Italian Renaissance Spread Throughout Europe? Although the Renaissance movement was slow to spread beyond…

Renaissance Lyric Poetry

Sonnet A poem of 14 lines with 10 syllables in each line. A good example of renaissance humanism. Itallian Sonnet A sonnet that contains an octave and a sestet. Octave Eight lines rhyming ABBAABBA Sestet Six lines rhyming CDEDCE or CDCCDC English Sonnet A sonet containing three quatrains and a concluding couplet (gemel) Quatrain section…

Holy Roman Empire/High Renaissance

Holy Roman Empire -Cinquecento Italy -Split between Catholism and Protestantisn -Papal Authority -Indulgences: Pardons for sins, reducing time and purgatory -Dissatisfaction with the church Church in Rome led to protestanism reformation witch began the holy roman Empire Protestantism -Lutheranism and Calcinism -True religious relationships with individuals and god -how christians achieve salvation High Renaissance -Florence,…

Chapter 12 Sections 1-2: The Italian Renaissance

The Italian Renaissance A period of European history that began in Italy and spread to the rest of Europe. Italy was a largely urban society. Asecular viewpoint emerged as increasing wealth created a new enjoyment of material things. Was an age of recovery from the plague, the political instability and a decline in church power….

Renaissance and john calvin

medieval, renaissance language m, the language was only latin r, the language was vernacular, the language of the common people medieval, renaissance focus m, focus on the next world r, focus on this world medieval, renaissance superstition/logic m, people were superstition r, they used reason medieval, renaissance sin/redemption m, believed people were sinful r, believed…

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