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WHII.2 Vocabulary

City-state Political area made up of a city and the surrounding land it controls.
Classical Refers to the culture of ancient Greece or Rome.
Humanism Intellectual movement during the Renaissance that supported human reasoning, the study of secular and classical subjects, and multiple talents.
Intellectual Refers to ideas, philosophies, or ways of thinking.
Patron A wealthy person who uses money to sponsor activities, especially the arts.
Perspective Technique used by artists to show depth and three-dimensional effects to their subjects; included the use of shadowing and background.
Renaissance Time of artistic revival in Europe that marked the end of the Middle Ages and beginning of the Modern World; literally means “rebirth.”
Secular Refers to things that are non-religious.
Sonnet A poem with 14 lines.
Utopia An imaginary place with a perfect society and government.