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  1. 1. Bekah’s Part
  2. 2.  Rusticated stone was used during the renaissance  Raised surface, usually uneven and irregular  Used on buildings in juxtaposition with smooth surfaces  Heavy rustication on ground level, gradually lighter and smoother on the upper floors
  3. 3.  Early Renaissance  Humanism was important  Artwork began to look more realistic  Depictions of Christ and co. looked more earthly and less stylized  High Renaissance  Human body was highly idealized in artwork  Ideal beauty in art was important
  4. 4.  Because of the open-mindedness of the Renaissance, people began to think more for themselves  Broke away from the Catholic Church  Challenged the idea that salvation could only be achieved through the church  Martin Luther and John Calvin were major players  New branches of Protestantism developed
  5. 5.  Began in Florence  Major financial center  Normal families began to accumulate wealth through trade  Medici was a prominent name among the wealthy merchant families  With new-found wealth, merchants took power and prestige from the established nobility.
  6. 6.  http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/3/3d/Palazzo_medici_riccar      di,_bugnato_01.JPG Web. Oct. 16, 2013. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/b/b8/Forges_de_Baignesrustication.JPG Web. Oct. 16, 2013. Khan Academy. http://smarthistory.khanacademy.org/High-Renaissance.html Web. Oct. 16, 2013. Brooks, Kay. The Relationship Between the Renaissance and the Protestant Reformation. May 23, 2007. http://voices.yahoo.com/the-relationshipbetween-renaissance-protestant-351454.html Web. Oct 16, 2013. Italian Renaissance History. 2008-2013. http://www.italian-renaissanceart.com/Italian-renaissance.html Web. Oct. 16, 2013. Rise of the Merchant Classes – the Medici Family. 2013. http://www.skwirk.com.au/p-c_s-56_u-422_t-1105_c-4273/WA/7/The-rise-ofthe-merchant-classes-the-Medici-family/Renaissance-in-Europe/Renaissanceand-Reformation/SOSE-History/ Web. Oct. 16, 2013.

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