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Chapter 14

Lorenzo de 'Medici ‘the Magnificent’ as the Renaissance ‘ideal a patron of arts.
Francesco Petrarch "Father of Humanism,
Leonardo da Vinci he about biology, anatomy, hydraulics, mechanics, aeronautics in notebooks with mirror writing.
Michelangelo was a Sculptor then became a musician,poet,painter and Architect.
Baldassare Castiglione
Niccoló Machiavelli
Patron financial supporter of arts.
Humanism intellectual movement on worldly subjects.
Humanities subjects taught to Greeks and Romans.
Perspective painting appears 3D by sizing objects.
Protestant Reformation
Martin Luther
Peace of Augsburg
John Calvin
John Knox
Indulgence lessening time in purgatory.
Recant give up view.
Predestination God determined long ago who gets saved.
Theocracy - government rule by church leaders.
Albrecht Burer
Jan Van Eyck
Francais Rabelais
William Shakespeare
Miguel De Cervantes
John Gutenberg
Engraving etching a design on metal plate with acid.
Vernacular everyday language.
Utopian ideal society.
Henry VIII wrote love songs,played tennis, ad got married six times.Had dozen of people beheaded.
Elizabeth I She loved dancing and music.She composed played music herself.She loved to see plays.
Council of Trent Establish the direction that reform should take.
Inquisition A Church Court Set Up During The Middle Ages.Was used secret testimony,torture, and execution to root out heresy.
Teresa Of Avila
Annul cancel
Canonize recognize as saint
Compromise agreement.
Scapegoat someone to blame.
Ghetto separate part of a city.
Nicolaus Copernicus
Johnannes Kepler
Galieo Galilei
Francis Bacon
René Descartes
Isaac Newton
Robert Boyle
Heliocentric sun is center.
Hypothesis possible explanation. (‘beneath.’)
Scientific Method step-by-step process of discovery.
Gravity force that keeps planets in orbit around sun.
Created by: abbyleon