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Considerable In a large amount or a number; large enough to be noticeable or to have noticeable effects.
Rural Relating to the countryside.
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 Ability to be active and do work without becoming tired.
Divine Having the qualities of God, or coming from God.
Mercantile Means related to commerce or trade.
Patron Is someone who gives money or other support to a person or group.
Lorenzo de' Medici Was born in one of the most powerful banking families. He also spend huge sums of money on artistic and architectural projects.
Humanism Was a cultural movement of the Renaissance based on the study of classical works.
Secularism This was a view that the religion need not be the center or human affairs.
Vernacular Or everyday spoken language of the people.
Niccolo Machiavelli Was a author of the book called The Prince,based on realities or politics.
Individualism This is a belief in the importance of the individual, as opposed to the larger community.
Thomas More He was a English Scholar, who was best known for his book "Utopia" In Greek words meaning "no place."
Utopia To mean an imaginary ideal place.
Desiderius Erasmus A Dutch Scholar who embraced the moral teachings of Jesus. He believed the lessons of Christ should be the model of church.
Satire Is a piece of writing that attacks vice or folly through ridicule or sarcasm.
Francois Rabelais He was a monk, doctor, scholar and a author. He used humor and exaggeration to criticize the Church and society.
Johann Gutenburg He invented movable metal type. The letters or this type could be rearranged and used again and again to form lines.
Censor Means to remove material from published works or to prevent their publication.
Linear Perspective This is a mathematical system for representing three-dimensional space on a flat surface.
Leonardo Da Vinci Leonardo was one or the true genius
Michelangelo He was a architect, painter, sculptor and a poet. His work never seemed artificial.
Dante Alighieri Was a Italian writer born in the 1200's. His works belong to the medieval period. He is known for his poem The Divine Comedy.
William Shakespeare He was born 300 years after Dante Alighieri. He is considered to be the world's greatest play-wright. He wrote 37 plays.
Miguel De Cervantes He was born around the same time as Shakespeare . He wrote a novel called Don Quixote that is about a quest of a dream.
Sonnet A poem of fourteen lines with a fixed rhyming pattern.
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