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history ch.1


History a record of humanity
Hard science provable facts
Soft science subjective thought
Ethics moral duty
Logic rational thought
Geography history is a product of geography
Renaissance 1350-1550 new enterest of art & learning in England
Secular being more enterested in the world than religion
Florence made money from banking
Medici Family that owned branches as far away as London
Venice weathy city state
Nobles moved to city & married merchant's daughters
Deplomacy art of negotiating
Nicolo Machievelli wrote The prince
Humanism was a key intellectual movement of the Renaissance
Petrarch the father of humanism
vernacular language spoken in their own regions
Created by: wh.13208