Renaissance and Reformation1350-1600Kaylee Stock, Makenzie Preston, Nicole Johnson
"Every renaissance comes to the world with a cry, the cry of the human spirit to be free"- Anne Sullivan

The Renaissance Era was a time of rebirth for the love of the arts. Great minds came out of this time including Leonardo, Michaelandgelo and Thomas Moore. While those three men are not the main men of that era or even the most remembered sometimes they are important non the less. With many artists today it is forgotten that without these minds, things would not be looked at the same way, thought the same way, or even expierenced the same way.

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Thomas Moore was around during the reign of Henry the VIII of England. He wrote the famous book, " Utopia" and was often at the side of the king because the King liked his unique ways of looking at life and the stars. Thomas Moore was a treasure when Henry was married to his first wife, Catherine of Aragon, but when he divorced her to marry Anne Boleyn his star faded into obliviance. He was executed for not recognizing Henry the VIII as the Surpreme Head of the Church of England and renouncing his Catholic faith.

Once Henry the VIII died his throne went to his son Edward who died at a younge age and then it went to his eldest daughter Mary. Mary was of the Catholic faith and burned many heretics to try to rid Enlgand of the bad. She is known as Bloody Mary and died after an eight year rein. Once she was dead the throne was then passed onto her younger half sister Elizabeth. Good Queen Bess had a marvelous 45-year rein and brought along Englands Golden Age. Elizabeth was known as Englands greats ruler of all time bring along peace, prospereity and religious tolerence, and yes she was a female.

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Renaissance and Reformation Map




People:
  • Martin Luther
He strongly disputed the claim that freedom from God's punishment for sin could be purchased with money.Started the Reformation and wrote the Ninety-Five Thesis
  • Leonardo Da Vinci
He left an amazing legacy in his paintings and in his engineering also. He had works such as the "Mona Lisa" and "Sto John the Baptist"
  • William Shakespeare
wrote 30 plays mainly in the four categories: histories, comedies, tragedies, and romances. Wrote Romeo and Juliet, in 1596. Wrote for plays such as: Julius Ceaser, Hamlet, Othello, King Lear, Macbeth, and Anthony and Cleopatra
  • Michelangelo
Michelangelo was considered the greatest living artist in his lifetime, and ever since then he has been held to be one of the greatest artists of all time
  • GALILEO GALILEI
used instruments to observe nature and experiments to understand it
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statue of david






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Timeline of Important Events:
1347: Black Death ravages Europe for the first time. 1374: Death of Petrarch. 1396: Creation of Chair of Greek in Florence: teacher Chrysoloras brings a copy of
1498: Leonardo da Vinci: Last Supper; Portuguese sailors led by Vasco de Gama reach India.
1504: Michelangelo: David; Bosch: Garden of Earthly Delights.
1508 – 12: Michelangelo paints roof of the Sistine Chapel.
1509: Henry VIII succeeds to power in England.
1511: Erasmus: Praise of Folly
1513: Machiavelli: The Prince.
1517: Start of the Reformation, heavily influenced by Humanist thinking.
1541: Michelangelo: The Last Judgement.
1605: Cervantes: Don Quixote.

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martin luther



Terms:
ASYLUM (Right of): The right for a Bishop to protect a fugitive from justice or to intercede on his behalf. Once asylum was granted, the fugitive could not be removed for one month's time. Fugitives who found asylum had to pledge an oath of abjuration never to return to the realm, after which they were free to find passage out of the realm. If found within the borders after a month's time, they could be hunted down as before, with no right of asylum to be granted ever again.
BARON: A vassal who served as a member of the king's great council. It was not, of itself, a title, but rather a description of the Tenants-in-Chief class of nobility.
CHIVALRY: Code of behavior/ethics for knights, based on telling the truth, keeping one's word and protecting those weaker than oneself.
DOUBLET: A masculine tunic worn especially from the 15th to 17th century. Originally of quilted manufacture, although its style changed over the years, it remained a fundamental outer body garment
EARL: The highest title attainable by an English nobleman who was not of royal blood. Also known in earlier times as Ealdorman.

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