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Barron's AP Euro19 cards
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The period of artistic,cultral, and intellectual revival, and rebirth.
italian for 15th century.
ruled wide areas of surrounding countryside.
the most famous dynasty who used their vast wealth to govern city-states amd to patronize illustrious artists.
aka "renasiance man". he was a painter, sculptor, architect, engineer, writer, and scientist.
primarily a sculptor, his work pieta is often considered the most perfect marble carving
considered first "modern" writer, wrote sonnets in italian,
a contemporary of Petrarch, his most famous work is Decameron, entertaining tales upon the human condition
wrote a manual called the book of courtier, he wrote it because the manners then where terrible
wrote the prince. meant as a guide book for smaller nations that are being threaten by bigger nations.
wrote on humanist issues in purified latin, wrote greek and latin editions of the bible, he was the most famous and influential of his time
wrote the book Utopia, it criticized the correctable abuses of various institutions and offered blueprint for a perfect society. he was beheaded for not supporting the king against the pope.
first to make interchangeable moveable type from lead molds.
was one of the master artists in his era. was a mathematician who painted landscapes and self-portraits at age thirteen.
an era of intense nationalism, produced by the resolution of dynastic rivalries and religious turmoil, gave birth to the greatest vernacular literature of all time.
well known humanist and early feminist, probably taught moral philosophy at university of Padua. wrote Epistolae familiars (familiar letters) were widely criticized for her criticism of 15th century gender bias
is the movement toward modernization and away from traditional religion.
the study of ancient philosophers, teachings of Greco-Roman ideas secular issues in politics, foundation for language, focus of individualism.
"man is the measure of all things". a sense of human power replaced religious awe, pleasure and accomplishment superseded the medieval dedication to the cloistered life of the clergy.
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