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Ch.1 Sec. 1

Mrs. Renshaw Ch. 1 Sec1 Vocabulary and People

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doctrine teaching or principle
Renaissance A "rebirth" of learning and renewed interest in art.
Reformation A movement led by Martin Luther to reform church practices and led to the emergence of Protestant churches.
Catholic Reformation A movement to change the catholic Church in response to reformer's criticism which helped keep catholicism strong.
Humanism The study of secular, or nonreligious subjects.
Secular Non-religious
Martin Luther German monk who wrote the 95 Theses leading to the Reformation.
Michelangelo Artist known for painting the Sistine Chapel.
Leonardo da Vinci Famous artist and inventor,painted the Mona Lisa
Henry VIII King of England who broke away from the Catholic Church to form the Church of England.
Queen Elizabeth I Daughter of Henry VIII
William Shakespeare English playwright
Phillip II King of Spain who wanted to restore Catholicism to all of Europe.
Protestant Non-catholic Christian
Printing Press New technology created by Gutenberg that made the Renaissance possible- as it helped to spread knowledge.
Perspective Artistic 3D technique
city-state political divisions within Italy
Marco Polo Famous explorer who wrote stories of his adventures in Asia.
Gutenberg Invented the Printing press
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