Renaissance

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Renaissance
1 Ancient Greece and Rome

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  • Renaissance art was based on the ancient Greece and Rome.
2 Architecture

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  • Architecture is the art and science of designing and building of large structures. It was important to the society because it provides the physical environment in which we live. 
3 Arts

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  • Art can make life extremely joyful and can have huge effect on our mood. In the workplace in particular, art is something that can help people set the mood for what they are about to do.
4 Brunelleschi

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  • Brunelleschi was born in Florence in 1377. He was the father of modern architecture and perspective. 
5 Change

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  • Change is happening all the time in living and non living things. Some with the knowledge and others without. all the same change is must for growth. If we take control of changes in life we can build a better future and nurture our life. Change does not mean throwing the old out but keeping what is necessary to life a happier life for us and for others. Change should enc only when we die. Change is the thrill of life.
6 Copernicus

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  • He engaged in the lengthy observation of the heavenly bodies and he came to the conclusion that the sun is the center of the solar system and that the earth is merely one of the seven planets rotating around it.
7 Donatello

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  • Donatello was important to the Renaissance because he was the first artist to introduce the large sculptures. These sculptures influenced the works of future Renaissance artists, including Michelangelo.
8 Famous Printed Bible

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  • The Bible is the single most important book ever written. It is an eyewitness account of historical events of such magnitude that they have literally shaped the world in which we live.
9 Florence, Italy

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  • Florence was very important during the Renaissance because it was a major center of Renaissance culture. Since the Florence's dominance of the wool trade.  Wool from the area around Florence was sold all over Europe and even over to the Middle East.  This brought a lot of money to Florence, which allowed rich people to support artists who made Florence important.
10 Galileo

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  • While he did not invent the telescope, Galileo modified one of the devices before discovering a number of planets and moons, including Venus, which inspired a scientific revolution.
11 Gutenberg

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  • It made the mass production of printed materials possible, and lead to much wider dissemination of knowledge and literacy throughout the socioeconomic classes
12 Humanism

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  • Humanism is a way to reflect on our past, and get old ideas to form new ones. In the Renaissance, that's what started many new scientific inventions and ideas that have gone on to things these days such as the television, laser, and airplanes. If it weren't for Humanism, we could possibly be hundreds of years behind of where we are now.
13 Independent Thinking

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  • Our mind is ours alone. If we don't have independent thinking, we would have no imaginations, we become like a parrot, saying what everyone else's saying.
14 Leonardo Da Vinci

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  • Leonardo Da Vinci formed the basis of the modern life. The airplanes, for example, was his invention. He also gave us much we know about medicine and the human body, in addition to physics and art. 
15 Machiavelli

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  • Machiavelli was a 15th century writer who is most famous for his work "The Prince" in which he wrote about politics and power. Many of his things he wrote about in the 1400s still apply today, and his work are still read and studied, which is why he is considered an important thinker.
16 Medici Family

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  • The Medici's were the wealthiest family in italy during the renaissance. The ruling class in Florence, Italy was made up of about 800 of the wealthiest families, and the Medici family dominated the ruling class of Florence.
17 Medicine

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  • Medicine was important because it helped us maintain or restore our health, prevent diseases, injuries, or other damages to our body or mind.
18 Michelangelo

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  • Michelangelo created numerous masterpiece that had a part in defining Western civilization and had been admired and studied for centuries.
19 Non Religious Themes

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  • They typically hold that moral feelings are social in origin, based on treating others as they would wish to be treated (the ‘golden rule’ which antedates all the major world religions). They may describe themselves in various ways, and the most common today are listed below. These non-religious positions, attitudes and beliefs have a long history, though denial of religion began to be publicly acceptable only during the 19th and 20th centuries. During this period a range of organisations began to serve and represent the interests of the non-religious.
20 Patrons

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  • During the Renaissance, being a "patron" meant much more than being a wealthy person who sponsored an artist for their work. It signified a way of life, a ranking, a prestige that members of the upper classes strived for and the lower class aspired to.
21 Perpective

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  • Perspective it's the point of view. It exemplifies our personality and how we judge things, make decision, and see the world. 
22 Petrarch

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  • He was a writer from the Renaissance and he criticized the Avignon Papacy. He also wrote some "modern" love poetry, which was a shift from the strictly religious poetry from the Middle ages to one that focused on the individual.
23 Politics

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  • Politics plays a key role in establishing peace and collaboration within and between nations by establishing rules, regulations and setting standards for expected codes of conduct.
24 Powers of the Church and Kings Challenged

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  • Church and state, the concept, largely Christian, that the religious and political powers in society are clearly distinct, though both claim the people’s loyalty. Before the advent of Christianity, separate religious and political orders were not clearly defined in most civilizations. People worshipped the gods of the particular state in which they lived, religion in such cases being but a department of the state. In the case of theJewish people, the revealed Law of the Scripture constituted the Law of Israel.
25 Printing

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  • When the printing technology was unknown, only a few people knows how to read and write, all the book knowledge were in the hands of the church officials and those who were teachers in the universities of those days. And the invention of printing, while it made the books cheaper, also made it necessary to posses the ability to read.  So in order to gain knowledge, people began to learn to read. Printing is important because it made the knowledge to be spread among the many instead of keeping confined to the few. 
26 Raphael

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  • Raphael is one of the most famous artists of Italy's High Renaissance and one of the greatest influences in the history of Western art. He was considered so great because he changed the way people view art. His ability to convey classic character clarity and simplicity in his portraits makes many believe that his art the best expression of humanism in the Renaissance era.
27 Rebirth of the Classical Ideas

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  • The role of the art historian was also critical to art development. The Renaissance is known as a rebirth of classical ideas and in all actuality, a celebration or rebirth of humanism. The middle ages had lasted for over a tho usand years. It was during this time Christianity was spread. Christianity, along with the Germanic culture of the tribes who invaded the Roman Empire, changed Europe forever. The Christian Church had a major influence in the everyday activities of everyone at that time.
28 Science

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  • Science is invaded in out everyday life. The food we eat, the clothes we wear, the books and papers we read, the recreations we enjoy, the games we play...etc. The things we use in our daily life are mostly due to science
29 Shakespeare

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  • William Shakespeare is considered the greatest writer in the history of the English literature and language. His contribution to the theater world, playwright and poems is so prominent and even used till today. Also, William Shakespeare is important due to the fact that he could have single handedly evolve the English language and the use of it for in writing to such extent that we still are studying his works.
30 Vesalius

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  • Vesalius brought medical science into modern times.
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