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Renaissance LG

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Name and describe the three classes in the Renaissance. Nobility are people with wealth and large land, peasants are people who work for noblemen, and clergy are people for the church.
What experiences led Machaivelli to write The Prince? Fighting between city- states and rulers made him write the prince to help princes defend themselves.
What is a Gondola? Where would you find one? A gondola is a boat that floats on water like a paddle board.
What was a patron? Patrons are wealthy businessmen who know how to read or write.
In Machiavelli’s opinion, what is the chief goal of a prince? The chief goal of a prince, he thought, was to stay in power by lying, cheating, and stealing.
Did Machiavelli believe that rulers should always keep their word and tell the truth? If not, what did he believe? He believed that men are wicked and do not keep their promise, so why do princes need to keep their promise to them.
Created by: levigans