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Renaissance 7th gr

7th gr. social studies Renaissance

TermDescription
Renaissance a period of revival between th 14th and 16th century
Humanism a system of thought that centers on humans and their values, capacities, and worth
patron a supporter of the arts
Lorenzo Medici ruler of Florence1478
Petrarch 1304-1374 Italian renaissance poet and humanist.
Michelangelo An outstanding artist during Italian Renaissance
Leonardo da Vinci He was a famous painter, sculpter, and artist during the Renaisance
Nicolaus Copernicus A.D. 1473-1543 Polish astronomer in 1514; he discovered that earth and the other planets revolve around the sun.
Florence One of the most important cities during the Renaissance
Indulgence A pardon or forgiveness given by the Roman Catholic church to people who act against Christian teachings.
Created by: sbadger