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City state a city that with its surrounding territory forms an independent state.
Venice Venice is a city in northwestern Italy located on water. Venice was founded and developed into a city state in the 9th through 12th centuries.
Siena Siena is the capital city of Tuscany Italy and was founded in the 13th century by the Romans.
Florence Florence is the capital of the region of Tuscany and the province of Florence. Florence was founded in 80 B.C.E and was named Florence which means “Bowing” because it was built between two rivers.
Rome Rome is the Capital of Italy and is located in the region of Lazio. Rome was founded by Romulus a twin who killed his brother Remus, in 753 B.C.E
Guild A guild is an association of artisans or merchants who control the practice of their craft in a city state.
Humanism Medieval program of society built around the seven liberal arts: grammar, logic, rhetoric, arithmetic, music, geometry, and astronomy.
The Ponte Vecchio The Ponte Vecchio is a Medieval stone closed-spandrel segmental arch bridge over the Arno River, in Florence, Italy
The Black Death The epidemic of bubonic plague that ravaged Europe, East Asia, and north Africa in the fourteenth century, killing one-third of the population
Leonardo Da Vinci The ultimate Renaissance man, Leonardo was a painter, architect, musician, mathematician, engineer, and inventor. He set up an artist's shop in Florence by the time he was twenty -five and gained the patronage of the Medici ruler of the city, Lorenzo the Magnificent
Machiavelli author of the prince and other novels, in which he writes a tale of admiration to Lorenzo Medici
Secularization The transformation of society from a close identification with religious values to nonreligious values
Medici Family Dynasty of Florentine bankers and politicians known for their patronage of the arts
Michelangelo Virtuoso artist, best known for the Sistine Chapel ceiling in Rome and his sculptures David and Pieta
The Duomo The Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore (the Duomo) is the main church of Florence, Italy.