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TermDefinition
humanism studied the classical culture of Greece and rome
humanities
petrarch father of humanism, wrote famous poety
florence
patron
perspective
leonardo
michelangelo
raphael
baldassare castiglione
niccollo machiavelli
Johann Gutenberg developed movable type - bringing press
flanders
albrecht durer
erasmus
thomas more his vision of an ideal society
utopian
engraving
shakespeare
vernacular
indulgences
martin luther
wittenberg
charles v
diet
john calvin
predestination
geneva
theocracy
sect
henryviii (8th)
mary tudor
thomas cranmer
elizabeth
canonize
compromise
council of trent
ignatius of loyola
teresa of avila
ghetto
nicolaus copernicus
heliocentric
tycho brahe
johannes Kepler
galileo
francis bacon developed the experimental method
rene decartes
scientific method
hypothesis educated guess
robert boyle
isaac newton
gravity
calculus
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