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  1. Renaissance<br />Roughly Spanned the 14th and 16th centuries.<br />Jeff Ashcroft<br />
  2. Rennaissance: Rebirth This period saw a rebirth in knowledge<br />Rebirth of Classical Greek and Roman. Not intended to duplicate, but to duplicate and possibly surpass.<br />
  3. Emphasized Reality, Science, The Arts and theHuman Experience<br />Christopher Columbus discovered America. Michelangelo was painting the Sistine Chapel.  William Shakespeare was writing his famous plays. Secular music is non-religious music and it was becoming more popular during this time<br />
  4. Based on the physical world around them. Strove to portray the human form realistically. They developed techniques to render perspective and light more naturally<br />
  5. Key Developments<br />
  6. The printing press was invented in by the German Johannes Gutenberg around 1440<br />
  7. The dry compass was invented around 1300<br />
  8. Strong Academic Focus<br />Renaissance scholars were most interested in recovering and studying Latin and Greek literary, historical, and oratorical texts – as opposed to studying greek and arabic which was done in the middle ages<br />
  9. One theory suggests that the devastation caused by the Black Death in Florence, which hit Europe between 1348 and 1350, resulted in a shift in the world view of people in 14th-century Italy.<br />
  10. Scientific Advancements<br />
  11. Galileo Galilei: Born 15 February 1564<br />
  12. Lorenzo Ghiberti<br />1378 – 1455 <br />Sacrifice of Isaac<br />
  13. North doors of the Florence Baptistery <br />
  14. Donatello<br />1386 –1466<br />David<br />
  15. Masaccio<br />1401-1428<br />The Madonna and Child with Saint Anne<br />
  16. Tribute Money<br />
  17. FraFilippoLipi<br />1406 –1469<br />Madonna and Child with Stories from the Life of St.Anne<br />
  18. Fra Angelico<br />1395 –1455<br />Annunciation<br />
  19. Leonardo<br />1452 –1519<br />Mona Lisa<br />
  20. The Babe in the womb<br />
  21. Linear Perspective<br />
  22. Michaelangelo<br />1475 –1564<br />The Creation of Adam<br />
  23. Pieta<br />
  24. Raphael<br />1483 – 1520<br />The School of Athens<br />
  25. Image SourcesSacrifice of Isaac: http://smarthistory.org/assets/images/images/ghiberti.jpgNorth doors of Florence Baptistry: http://blog.lib.umn.edu/fowle013/mathematicslibrary/matrixdoor-thumb.jpgDonatello’s David: http://www.oneonta.edu/faculty/farberas/arth/Images/ARTH213images/Donatello/david/front.jpgThe Madonna and Child with Saint Anne: http://www.aiwaz.net/uploads/gallery/madonna-and-child-with-saint-anne-1695-mid.jpgTribute Money: http://www.artinthepicture.com/artists/Masaccio/tribute.jpgMadonna and Child with Stories from the Life of St.Anne: http://www.artchive.com/web_gallery/reproductions/92001-92500/92363/size3.jpgFra Angelico: http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_ZYFOfcO01m8/TRB06y4dl-I/AAAAAAAAAJw/QlSMpXbgHJc/s1600/annunciation.jpgMona Lisa: http://www.imagebookers.com/gallery/d/1429-1/da-vinci-leonardo-mona-lisa.jpgThe Babe in the womb: http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_ksNjv9DoxP8/S9GR06wEtDI/AAAAAAAAAB8/xbJPPSgf9tw/s1600/430px-The_babe_in_the_womb%253B_Leonardo_da_Vinci_%25281511%2529.jpgLinear Perspective: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~matc/math5.geometry/unit14/1525.jpegThe Creation of Adam: http://www.webexhibits.org/colorart/i/michelangelo-creation-adam-.jpgPieta: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/1/1f/Michelangelo%27s_Pieta_5450_cropncleaned_edit.jpg/300px-Michelangelo%27s_Pieta_5450_cropncleaned_edit.jpgSchool of Athens: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/9/94/Sanzio_01.jpg/300px-Sanzio_01.jpg<br />

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