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Identify and Define
|Lorenzo de Medici
|A clever politician and a patron of arts.
|A lyric poet who perfected a form of poetry known as the sonnet.
|Leonardo de Vinci
|An inventor and artist. Most famous for "Last Supper" and "Mona Lisa."
|Sculptor, musician, poet, painter, and architect. Famous for "Sistine Chapel."
|Painter who painted "Assumption of the Virgin," and "School of Athens."
|Wrote books about manners, skills, learning, virtues of a member of court.
|Wrote "The Prince" the guide to rulers on how to gain and to keep power.
|Person who provides financial support for the arts.
|Intellectual movement at the heart of the Italian Renaissance that focused on worldly subjects rather than on religious issues.
|Study of subjects taught in ancient Greece and Rome, such as grammar, rhetoric, poetry, and history.
|Artistic technique used to give drawings and paintings a three-dimensional effect.
|German Leonardo. Etched designs on metal plate with acid.
|Jan van Eyck
|Flemish. Developed oil paint to produce strong colors and hard surface.
|French. Satirist. Monk. Greek scholar. Doctor. Author. Ideal Renaissance man.
|English. Playwright. Poet. Wrote "Macbeth"
|Miguel de Cervantes
|Spanish. Novelist. His well-known work:"Don Quioxite."
|German, printed a complete edition of Bible with a printing press.
|Art form in which etches a design on a metal plate with acid and then uses the plate to make multiple prints.
|Everyday language of ordinary people.
|Any ideal society.
|New calls for reform unleashed force that would shatter Christian unity.
|A German monk and professor of theology who triggered the revolt.
|Peace of Augsburg
|signed in 1555, allowed each prince to decide which religion-Catholic or Lutheran-would be followed in his lands.
|The most important reformer to follow Martin Luther.
|A Calvinist preacher in Scotland that led a religious rebellion.
|lessening of time a soul would have to spend in purgatory.
|to give up views.
|The idea that God had long ago determined who would gain salvation.
|Government run by church leaders.
|32" waist. talented. attacked Luther in pamphlet. 'Defender of Faith.'
|Queen of England, she slowly enforced a series of reforms.
|Council of Trent
|Reaffirmed traditional Catholic values. That Protestants challenge. Bible is not sole source.
|A Church court that used secret testimony, torture, and execution to root out heresy.
|The Society of Jesus
|Teresa of Avila
|born into a wealthy Spanish family, set up her own order of nuns.
|Recognized as a Saint.
|Acceptable middle ground.
|A person forced to take the blame of others' problems.
|Separate part of the city.
|Polish. Publishes heliocentric idea. says sun is at center.
|German. Supports Copernicus. calculates orbits of planets around the sun.
|Italian. New telescope. Spots on sun.
|English. Stresses experimentation.
|English. Emphasized human reasoning.
|Discovered a force he called gravity. Came up with the laws of physics.
|Distinguished individual elements and chemical compounds.
|Based on the belief that the sun is the center of the universe
|Painstacking method used to confirm findings and to prove or disprove a hypothesis.
|Force that tends to pull one mass or object to another