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|French for "rebirth"
|Subjects came to be known as humanities, and the movement they inspired is known as ___.
|Italian Diplomat. Wrote a book called The Courtier.
|Wrote another influential book at the same time Castiglione was finishing The Courtier.
|Well-educated poet, supported some of the most talented artists of the day.
|Lorenzo de Medici
|Highly talented painter
|Leonardo da Vinci
|Famous because of his Pieta sculpture.
|A renowned painter and an accomplished architect.
|Cast the letters of the alphabet onto metal plates and locked those plates into a wooden press.
|Leading christian humanist.
|Important fellow humanist and English statesmen.
|Sir Thomas More
|In an age of great writers, many scholars believed he was the greatest English playwright.
|Wrote important works focusing on the role women played in society.
|Christian de Pisan
|German artist. On his return to Germany, he used the Italian techniques of realism and perspective in his own works.
|A technique of oil painting that had been perfected in the 1400s by a Flemish painter.
|Jan van Eyck
|By the early 1500s, the concerns crystallized into a reform movement that eventually came to be called ___.
|Pardons issued by the pope that people could buy to reduce a soul's time in purgatory.
|1517. He made his public complaints about the church.
|A government in which church and state are joined and in which church and stated are joined and which officials are considered to be divinely inspired.
|The most important Protestant reformer.
|Holds that God knows who will be saved, even before people are born, and therefore guides the lives of those destined for salvation.
|Became king of England in 1509 at the age of 17.
|Declared invalid based on church laws, so that he could marry again.
|Protestant at heart.
|The church began a series of reforms.
|Influential of these groups was the Society of Jesus, or ___.
|A Basque nobleman and former solider.
|Ignatius of Loyola
|Pope Paul 111 convinced ___ in 1545.
|Council of Trent
|The archbishop of Milan from 1560 to 1584.
|Worked to regain the district of Savoy, which had largely turned to Calvinism.
|Francis of Sales
|The most famous female spiritual leader.
|Teresa of Avila