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Michelangelo:Buonarroti greatest artist in the renaissance, and sculpter, he created DAVID and painted the sistein chapel
Humanist – pg. 288-303 related to humanism, a system of thought that centres on humans and their values, capacities
Anatomy Anatomy – The science of the structure of the human body, the study of the human body
Ptolemy Thought that Earth was the centre of the universe
Humanism To be of a philosophy pertaining to fulfilment and dignity ( on diagram on mind on hystery on education.
The Medici family One of the most prominent families in the Italian renaissance who became religious figures, and the highest bankers, lawyers, and some of the most influential people of that era.
Francesco Petrarch A true example of a renaissance man.
Renaissance Man A well rounded person who knew about and was skilled in many different areas.
“Renaissance Art Reflects Humanist Concerns” In the Renaissance, artists, sculptors and musicians started to create works of art that focused on humanism, rather than the Catholic concerns of the Middle Ages. Humanist art usually consisted of ancient Greek or Roman mythology, or it contained visuals
Cardinal a dignitary of the Catholic church and adviser to the pope
Dominican A Catholic religious order.
Francesco Petrarch Francesco Petrarch was one of the first humanists. He was an Italian poet and writer. He admired the culture of Rome more that his own. Petrarch spent a lot of money collecting ancient manuscripts. He said that artists and writers should study the ancient
Roman Catholic Church: The part of the Christian Church that acknowledges the pope as its had
Leonardo Da Vinci Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci was an Italian polymath: painter, sculptor, architect, and musician. (renaissance man) Mona lisa
Filippo Brunelleschi Brunelleschi was a famous architect and engineer of the Italian renaissance. He is most famous for engineering the dome of Florence Cathedral .
Patron A patron is a person who provides financial support for the arts. Wealthy Patrons play an important role in the artistic flowering of the Renaissance.
Republic a state in which the supreme power rests in the body of citizens entitled to vote and is exercised by representatives chosen directly or indirectly by them.
Gutenberg German Blacksmith Johannes Gutenberg built the first printing press in 1450.
Empirical reasoning Thinking like a scientist, studying science, and experimenting scientific things.
Galileo built telescope that magnified up to 30 times. withdew publicly for planets and got house arrest
Machiavelli niccolo created book called PRINCE
Girolamo Savonarola was a member in a catholic religious order Created the bonfire of vanities
Bonfire of vanities A huge bonfire in town square directed by Savonarola burning books art ect.
Perspective by making things in the distance smaller than things closer to the viewer, scenes can look three-dimensional.
Giotto was an Italian painter and architect from Florence in the late Middle Ages. He is generally considered the first in a line of great artists who contributed to the Italian Renaissance.
Recant to publicly withdraw, or take back a statement one has made
scientific revolution changes in thought and beliefs that occurred in Europe around 1550-1700(Planets revolving Nicholas Copernicus)
Copernicus used mathematics to calculate the movement of the planets around the sun.
inquisition an official investigation, especially one of a political or religious nature, characterized by lack of regard for individual rights, prejudice on the part of the examiners, and recklessly cruel punishments.
one point perspective realistic drawings of building in distant and close
the scientific methode still used today hypothesis ect.
martydom one who excepts death rather than reject his or her religious beliefs
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