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What does the word "renaissance" mean? rebirth
What were three key Italian cities at this time? Florence, Venice, Genoa
What book did Machiavelli write? The Prince
Who painted the "Mona Lisa" and "The Last Supper"? Leonardo da Vinci
Who is considered the "father of humanism"? Petrarch
Who wrote "Utopia"? Thomas More
Focusing on the individual or human, rather than the divine or supernatural humanism
Who invented the printing press? Johannes Gutenburg
Who painted the Sistine Chapel and sculpted David? Michelangelo
interest on loans usury
The first book printed on the printing press bible
less religious secular
Who wrote "The Praise of Folly"? Erasmus
With increase in trade, the first _____ were created banks
The Northern Renaissance involved these three countries France, Germany, England
Crusaders created interest in these three products they found in the Middle East Spices, silk, and cotton
rich citizens who sponsored artists patrons
Created by: lacie.holmes