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  • 1. Brady Boyer
    Joe Velesig
    Keith Means
    The Renaissance and Reformation
  • 2. Was a time of great change and creativity in Europe from the 1300s to the 1600s
    People began to change how they perceived themselves and the world
    Was considered a time of “rebirth”
    Major changes in political, social, economical, and cultural areas
    The Renaissance
    The Renaissance and Reformation
  • 3. Born April 15, 1452
    While living in Milan, he studied anatomy, zoology, botany, geology, optics, aerodynamics, and hydrodynamics
    Engineered several weapons and machines for the Duke of Milan
    Experimented with light, shadow, and depth in his world famous paintings
    Died May 2, 1519
    Da Vinci
    The Renaissance and Reformation
  • 4. Born in the 1400s
    Invents moveable type in the 1450s
    Used to print indulgences and other small texts
    Gutenberg’s Bible is started in 1454
    Dies in 1468
    Johannes Gutenberg
    The Renaissance and Reformation
  • 5. Born March 6, 1475 in Caprese
    Contracted to carve figures for the Piccolomini altar and received commission to carve the David in 1501
    Completed the David and received commission to paint the Battle of Cascina in 1504
    From 1508-1512 he was in Rome painting the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel (finished October 1512)
    Died February 18, 1564 in Rome
    The Renaissance and Reformation
  • 6. Born May 3, 1469 in Florence
    In 1513 was imprisoned and tortured after being accused of conspiracy. Returns to San Casciano and writes The Prince
    Writes La Mandragola in 1515
    In 1520 writes The Art of War, The Life of Castruccio Castracane, and commissioned to write the History of Florence
    Died June 20, 1527 in Florence
    Niccolo Machiavelli
    The Renaissance and Reformation
  • 7. Was a time when people began to question the Catholic church and its authority in Europe from the 1500s to the 1600s
    Led to the Great Schism of the Catholic church and the creation of Protestantism
    Martin Luther was the first reformer, but was soon followed by many others
    The Reformation
    The Renaissance and Reformation
  • 8. Born November 10, 1483 in Eisleborn
    July 2, 1505 – Gets caught in a thunderstorm and pledges to become a monk
    Begins work as professor of theology at the University of Wittenburg in 1512
    Posts 95 Theses on the castle church doors on October 31, 1517
    Excommunicated in Rome on January 3, 1521
    Dies in Eisleborn on February 18, 1546
    Martin Luther
    The Renaissance and Reformation
  • 9. Born July 10, 1509 in Noyon, France
    Calvin is banished from Geneva in 1528 for his radical views
    Calvin publishes Commentary on Romans and is welcomed back into Geneva in 1540
    Writes a treatise on free will against the Roman Catholic theologian Albert Pighius in 1542
    Calvin is made a citizen of Geneva in 1559
    Dies on May 27, 1564
    John Calvin
    The Renaissance and Reformation
  • 10. Born January 1, 1484
    Began teaching reformist ideas in Zurich in 1518
    Most things he disagreed with he posted in his 67 Articles in 1523
    His views caused him trouble with both Luther and the Catholic church
    He died in a battle between Protestants and Catholics on October 11, 1531
    Huldrych Zwingli
    The Renaissance and Reformation
  • 11. Born December 11, 1475 as Giovanni de’ Medici
    Became Pope Leo X on March 11, 1513
    He is the Pope that caused Luther to feel pressured enough to take action
    Spent huge quantities of money on construction projects and excessive military campaigns
    The Catholic church went into deep debt and corruption
    Died on December 1, 1521
    Pope Leo X
    The Renaissance and Reformation
  • 12. Da Vinci –
    Johannes Gutenberg –
    Michelangelo –
    Niccolo Machiavelli –
    Martin Luther –
    John Calvin –
    Huldrych Zwingli –
    Pope Leo X -
    The Renaissance and Reformation