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Renaissance Vocab 1

a period of time rebirth and creativity in art, writing, and thought from about A.D. 1300 to 1600, beginning in Italy and eventually spreading throughout Europe renaissance
belief that humans can achieve anything they desire humanism
renaissance style of art that shows people and nature as they truly are realism
member of the highest class in Italian city states patrician
person who gives money to scholars and artist patron
worldly, non-religious secular
rule by king or queen monarchy
to persuade a person to adopt a new religion or belief convert
a binding agreement covenant
sharing of between an organization and its members federalism
a division in the Roman Catholic Church from 1378-1417 great schism
a pardon for sin granted by the Roman Catholic church indulgence
a court established by the Catholic Church in 1542 to investigate people who may have strayed from Roman Catholic faith and to strengthen the Church inquisition
Created by: WilliamL.