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renaissance and ref

reformation vocab

spanish author of Don Quixote cervantes english poet and playwright of numerous comedies, tragedies, and histories william shakespeare
intellectual movement at the heart of the italian renaissance that focused on worldld subjects rather reilgios issues humanism list if 95 arguments against indulgences, posted by martin luther on the door of a church in wittenberg, germany, in 1517 95 theses
person who provides financial supportfor the arts patron cancel or invalidate annul
aristic technique used to give drawings and paintings a three-dimensional effect perspective protestant religion that includes the idea of predestinnation; created by john calvin calvinism
period of great creatitvity and change in europe from the 1300's through the 1600's; the word mean's rebirth renaissance religious belief contrary to the official teachings of a church heresy
idea thar god long ago determined who will gain salvation predestination period of great creativity and change in europe from the 1300's through the 1600's; the word meaan's rebirth renaissance
period when europeans broke away from the roman catholic church and formed new chistian churches protestant reformation give up one's views or beliefs recant
idea thar god long ago determined who will gain salvation secular german monk who began the protestant reformation with his writings in 1517 martin luther
poish astronomer who propsed the sun-centerd model of the solar system protestant reformation renaissance asronomer who supported the heliocentric theory galileo
based on the beli heliocentric force that tends to pull one mass or object to another gravity
renaissance painter and sculptor ho created the Mona Lisa leonardo da vinci in the roman catholic church, pardon for sins committed during a person's lifetime indulgence
renaissance sculptor,engineer, architect, poet, and painter of the sistine chapel michelangelo protestant reformer who preached predestination john calvin
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