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Chapter  17 review
Chapter  17 review
Chapter  17 review
Chapter  17 review
Chapter  17 review
Chapter  17 review
Chapter  17 review
Chapter  17 review
Chapter  17 review
Chapter  17 review
Chapter  17 review
Chapter  17 review
Chapter  17 review
Chapter  17 review
Chapter  17 review
Chapter  17 review
Chapter  17 review
Chapter  17 review
Chapter  17 review
Chapter  17 review
Chapter  17 review
Chapter  17 review
Chapter  17 review
Chapter  17 review
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  • 1. CHAPTER 17 REVIEW
  • 2. Elizabeth I Queen of England for 45 years Patron of the arts
  • 3. Martin Luther Wrote 95 theses wrong with the CC Started the Protestant Reformation
  • 4. Patrons Wealthy merchants Financially supports the artists
  • 5. Michelangelo Painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel
  • 6. Perspective 3-D effect of painting Painting has vanishing point
  • 7. Shakespeare English author Wrote sonnets, poems and 37 plays
  • 8. Vernacular Writing in the local language not classic language
  • 9. Artemisia Gentileschi First woman painter to be accepted to the Florence Academy of Art
  • 10. Humanism Focus on human potential and achievement Influenced art Kept Greek and Rome values
  • 11. Thomas Moore Wrote book Utopia
  • 12. Movable type First used in China
  • 13. Causes of the Reformation Problems with CC and Pope’s personal goals Printing press spreads new ideas fast, exposing new ideas to masses Focus on the secular and challenging the CC
  • 14. Printing Press Invented by Johann Gutenberg First book printed – Gutenberg Bible
  • 15. Henry VII Split from CC Had desire to have a male heir to throne Declared him head of the Church of England
  • 16. John Calvin “Started” Calvinism Believed in predestination
  • 17. Renaissance Man Someone who mastered every area of study
  • 18. The Council of Trent CC has final interpretation of Bible Faith and good works are needed for salvation Indulgences are valid
  • 19. Indulgences Clergy selling pardons Released people from penalties for their sins
  • 20. The Medici’s Wealth merchants and bankers Patrons of the arts
  • 21. Leonardo da Vinci Renaissance Man Painter, sculptor, inventor and scientist
  • 22. Renaissance Rebirth of art and learning 1300-1600
  • 23. Renaissance Rebirth of art and learning 1300-1600
  • 24. Italy’s Success Urban centers Merchants and the Medici's Roman and Greek classical heritage

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