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The Renaissance

Mia Alatorre

considerable in large amount of number; large enough to be noticeable
rual relating to the county
create to make something exist
proportion relation of parts within a whole
reform to improve by making changes to something
reveal to show something that was previously hidden
energy to do work with out being tired
divine having the qualities of god
mercantile related to trade
patron someone who gives money or other support to a person or group
lorenzo de' medici' spent large sums of money
humanism a cultural movement of the renaissance based on the study of classical works
secularism the view that religion need to be the center of human affairs
vernacular an every day spoken language of the people
niccolo machiavelli he wrote the prince
individualism the belief in the importance of the individual
thomas more the first northern reformers
utopia an imaginary ideal place
desiderius erasmus a dutch scholar
satire a piece of writing that that attacks vice
francisco rabelais a monk a doctor a scholar and an author
johann gutenberg invented movable metal type
censor to remove material from published works
linear perspective a mathematical system for representing 3 dimensional space on a flat surface
leonardo da Vinci a true geniuses
michelangelo a printer,sculptor, and architect
dante alighieri important contributions
William shakespeare important contributions
miguel de cervantes important contributions
sonnet poem of 14 lines
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