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  • The Renaissance Section 1: The Renaissance Begins
  • Latin Vernacular
  • The pope enjoyed your beautiful singing and has asked that you go sing for the Medici family. What city do you go to in order to find the Medici family? Florence Venice
  • Yes! You have answered correctly. The way to find the Medici’s is to travel to their home town of Florence. Now that you are here, there are two rival families who both want you to write a song for them. You have only been commissioned to write one song. How can you make both families happy and still only write one song? Double Entendre
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  • Previewing 7.1 Quiz
    • Doge
    • Medici
    • Diplomacy
    • Machiavelli
    • Renaissance
    • Secular
    • Marco Polo
    • Florence
    • Venice
    • City-State Competition
    Flashcards
  • Online
  • Homework Notes
  • Section 1: The Renaissance Begins I. The Italian Renaissance
  • 1300 1400 1500 1600 1594 Renaissance Begins in Italy 1455 Gutenberg uses printing press to print the first Bible Shakespeare publishes first play 1350
  • What is the Renaissance? The Italian Renaissance
  • What is the Renaissance? The Italian Renaissance Period of R ebirth Art Learning
  • What is the Renaissance? The Italian Renaissance Period of R ebirth Period of I ndividualism Art Learning
  • What is the Renaissance? The Italian Renaissance Period of R ebirth Period of I ndividualism Period of looking B ack Greeks Romans Art Learning
  • What is the Renaissance? The Italian Renaissance Period of R ebirth Period of I ndividualism Period of looking B ack Greeks Romans Art Learning Period of Increasing S ecularism R I B S R ebirth I ndividualism B ack S ecaularism
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  • The Italian Renaissance Why Did the Renaissance begin in Italy? The Four C’s C enter of the Old Roman Empire
  • The Italian Renaissance Why Did the Renaissance begin in Italy? The Four C’s C enter of the Old Roman Empire C rusades link the Middle East to Italy
  • The Italian Renaissance Why Did the Renaissance begin in Italy? The Four C’s C enter of the Old Roman Empire C rusades link the Middle East to Italy C ity-state Competition C hatting: People in cities shared ideas
  • Check for Understanding
  • Check for Understanding
    • Why did the Renaissance begin in Italy?
  • Check for Understanding
    • Why did the Renaissance begin in Italy?
    • A) Italy had a large feudal system with many successful country farms.
    • B) New links were created during the crusades linking the Middle East and Italy.
    • C) Competition among city-states led to increased interest in art and literature.
    • D) Most people in Italy rejected religion.
    • E) Both B and C
  • Check for Understanding
    • Why did the Renaissance begin in Italy?
    • A) Italy had a large feudal system with many successful country farms.
    • B) New links were created during the crusades linking the Middle East and Italy.
    • C) Competition among city-states led to increased interest in art and literature.
    • D) Most people in Italy rejected religion.
    • E) Both B and C
  • Section 1: The Renaissance Begins II. The Rise of Italy’s City-States
  • Absent last Friday? Homework? Test Makeup Notebook Check
  • Mandatorial? Failed the Test Failing the Class
  • Progress Reports Due TOMORROW
  • Why do we do homework?
  • Jigsaw
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  • Why was no single ruler able to unite Italy?
  • Find Vatican City on the Map Catholic Church
  • King 1 King 2 Do these two kings have equal power (represented by space and size of their color)? Equal Division of Power
  • King 1 King 2 Do these two kings have equal power (represented by space and size of their color)? Unequal Division of Power
  • Italian City State 1 Do these Italian City States have equal power (represented by space and size of their color)? Equal Division of Power Italian City State 2 Venice Florence City-States
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  • Cash
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  • Middle East Italian City States West Europe Wood Wood Wood Silks Italy becomes the center of trade Silks Silks
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  • Mongol trade Networks
  • II. The Rise of Italian City States
    • How did Italian city-states grow wealthy?
    • Wealth of Italian City-States
    • Italy is a peninsula situated between:
      • Spain and France to the West
      • Byzantine/Ottoman Empires in the East
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  • Venice Florence
  • Venice Florence Used boats to get around canals Traded cloth and banking Both were famous Renaissance cities
  • Section 1: The Renaissance Begins III. The Urban Noble
  • III. The Urban Noble City-State Upper Class Medieval Noble Urban Noble Wealth gained from Land. Wealth gained from trade. Thought they were above merchants. Intermarried with rich merchants.
  • III. The Urban Noble
    • How were Italian city-states run?
    • Republic : Government controlled by Citizens
    • Doge : Head of state in Venice.
    • Medici Family was most powerful family in Florence and were bankers.
  • III. The Urban Noble
    • Diplomacy: The art of negotiating or making deals.
  • Machiavelli Cloze
    • Niccolo Machiavelli tried to answer the age-old question, “How could a _____ guarantee that he would stay in ____________?” He was a _______ from the city of _______. He wrote the book The ______ in 1513. Machiavelli was impressed by rulers who held a lot of power, operated under extreme ______, and executed actions ______________.
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    • Word Bank
    • Florence, quickly, ruler, secrecy, prince, diplomat, power