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Thomas- Renaissance

Who was a powerful ruler of Florence who valued education and culture? Cosimo de' Medici
What is Miguel de Cervantes best know for? Don Quixote
Machiavelli wanted to have an effect on ________ politics
Why did people support Martin Luther? They were unhappy with church practices
How did women in noble families help spread Renaissance ideas? girls were taught arts, philosophy, and literature at home, and some women gained political power
How are classical and Renaissance statues alike? Both feature realistic and lifelike poses
How did the French king made peace between the Huguenots and the Catholics? The kind allowed Protestants to remain in France in certain towns.
Why was the Catholic religion strong in spain? People who were not Catholic were thrown out, converted, or killed
Created by: thomasja