RENAISSANCEMA. CAROLINE A. SANDIQUEBSED II-F
THE RENAISSANCE BRINGS CHANGE: EUROPEAN RULERS GAINED NEW  AUTHORITY ABSOLUTE AUTHORITY OF THE CHURCH  BEGAN TO BE QUEST...
CLASSICAL LEARNING INSPIRES RENAISSANCE:
RENAISSANCE: REBIRTH 1300’s ARTS INTELLECTUAL LIFE WAYS VIEWING THE WORLD 14th TO 16TH CENTURY
RENAISSANCE DIFFERED FROM THE MIDDLEAGES IN SEVERAL WAYS: RENEWED APPRECIATION FOR ARTS  AND LEARNING ANCIENT GREECE AND ...
ITALY
 FRANCESCO PETRARCH ITALIAN POET 1304 LED THE RENAISSANCE HUMANISM “NOTHING WEIGHS LESS THAN A PEN”
POLITICS IN RENAISSANCE: GREEKS AND ROMANS VALUED PUBLIC  SERVICE PRAISED THOSE WHO WERE USEFUL TO  SOCIETY
 NICCOLLO MACHIAVELLI DIPLOMAT AND STUDENT OF POLITICS THE PRINCE
WEALTHY PATRONS SUPPORT THERENAISSANCE
FLORENCE:   CULTURAL CENTER OF RENAISSANCE    ITALY
MEDICI ACTIVE IN POLITICS BANKERS WHO HAD BRANCH OFFICES  THROUGH OUT WESTERN EUROPE
 LORENZO 1449-1492 “THE MAGNIFICENT” TALENTED POET
 ISABELLA D’ESTE 1470-1539 FIRST WOMAN OF THE WORLD
PRINTING PRESS RENAISSANCE
1450’S:   EUROPEAN FIRST USED MOVABLE    METAL TYPE TO PRINT A BOOK
 JOHANN GUTENBERG CREDITED WITH PRINTING THE FIRST  BOOK
RENAISSANCE IDEAS SPREADNORTHERN EUROPE
 DESIDERIUS ERASMUS 1466 ROTTERDAM, HOLAND STUDIED HUMANITIES AND CHRISTIAN  DOCTRINES
THE PRAISE OF FOLLY:   ERASMUS CRITICIZED THE SCHOLARS,    SCIENTIST, PHILOSOPHERS AND    CLERGY
 SIR THOMAS MORE ENGLISH STATES MAN ERASMUS’ CLOSE FRIEND UTOPIA
REFERENCES:   Marvin Perry, A World of History, Houghton    Mifflin Company, 325-326pp.   http://images.search.yahoo.com
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  1. 1. RENAISSANCEMA. CAROLINE A. SANDIQUEBSED II-F
  2. 2. THE RENAISSANCE BRINGS CHANGE: EUROPEAN RULERS GAINED NEW AUTHORITY ABSOLUTE AUTHORITY OF THE CHURCH BEGAN TO BE QUESTIONED. LONG PERIOD OF WARS, EPIDEMICS AND ECONOMIC UPHEAVAL CAME TO END. NEW SPIRIT OF OPTIMISM AND CONFIDENCE AND CREATIVITY EMERGED.
  3. 3. CLASSICAL LEARNING INSPIRES RENAISSANCE:
  4. 4. RENAISSANCE: REBIRTH 1300’s ARTS INTELLECTUAL LIFE WAYS VIEWING THE WORLD 14th TO 16TH CENTURY
  5. 5. RENAISSANCE DIFFERED FROM THE MIDDLEAGES IN SEVERAL WAYS: RENEWED APPRECIATION FOR ARTS AND LEARNING ANCIENT GREECE AND ROME NEW INTERESTING WORLDLY MATTERS EMPHASIS ON HUMAN LIFE
  6. 6. ITALY
  7. 7.  FRANCESCO PETRARCH ITALIAN POET 1304 LED THE RENAISSANCE HUMANISM “NOTHING WEIGHS LESS THAN A PEN”
  8. 8. POLITICS IN RENAISSANCE: GREEKS AND ROMANS VALUED PUBLIC SERVICE PRAISED THOSE WHO WERE USEFUL TO SOCIETY
  9. 9.  NICCOLLO MACHIAVELLI DIPLOMAT AND STUDENT OF POLITICS THE PRINCE
  10. 10. WEALTHY PATRONS SUPPORT THERENAISSANCE
  11. 11. FLORENCE: CULTURAL CENTER OF RENAISSANCE ITALY
  12. 12. MEDICI ACTIVE IN POLITICS BANKERS WHO HAD BRANCH OFFICES THROUGH OUT WESTERN EUROPE
  13. 13.  LORENZO 1449-1492 “THE MAGNIFICENT” TALENTED POET
  14. 14.  ISABELLA D’ESTE 1470-1539 FIRST WOMAN OF THE WORLD
  15. 15. PRINTING PRESS RENAISSANCE
  16. 16. 1450’S: EUROPEAN FIRST USED MOVABLE METAL TYPE TO PRINT A BOOK
  17. 17.  JOHANN GUTENBERG CREDITED WITH PRINTING THE FIRST BOOK
  18. 18. RENAISSANCE IDEAS SPREADNORTHERN EUROPE
  19. 19.  DESIDERIUS ERASMUS 1466 ROTTERDAM, HOLAND STUDIED HUMANITIES AND CHRISTIAN DOCTRINES
  20. 20. THE PRAISE OF FOLLY: ERASMUS CRITICIZED THE SCHOLARS, SCIENTIST, PHILOSOPHERS AND CLERGY
  21. 21.  SIR THOMAS MORE ENGLISH STATES MAN ERASMUS’ CLOSE FRIEND UTOPIA
  22. 22. REFERENCES: Marvin Perry, A World of History, Houghton Mifflin Company, 325-326pp. http://images.search.yahoo.com
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