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Title: The Renaissance Moves North


1
The Renaissance Moves North
  • Chapter 1 Section 2

2
Diffusion
  • The movement of people, goods, and ideas

3
Engraving
  • Art form in which an artist etches a design on a
    metal plate with acid and then uses the plate to
    make multiple prints. (p. 40)

4
Vernacular
  • Everyday language of ordinary people (p. 19)

5
Utopian
  • Ideal Society (p. 41)

6
Albrecht Durer
  • German Leonardo traveled to Italy in 1494 to
    study the techniques of the Italian masters
    helped to spread renaissance ideas to his
    homeland (Germany) (p. 40)

7
Jan Van Eyck
  • Dutch artist known for his portrayals of
    townspeople as well as religious scenes that
    abound in rich, realistic, details.. developed
    oil paint (p. 40)

8
Erasmus
  • Dutch priest and humanist writer. . . Called for
    the translation of the Bible into the vernacular.
    . . Called for reform in the church. He wrote In
    Praise of Folly where he used humor to expose the
    immoral behavior of many people of his day
    including the clergy! (p.41)

9
Rabelais
  • French humanist was a Monk, Physician, Greek
    Scholar, and Author. He wrote Gargantua and
    Pantagruel. He used his characters to offer
    opinions on religion, education, and other
    serious subjects.

10
Shakespeare
  • Towering figure of Renaissance Literature.
    Between 1590-1613, this English playwright wrote
    37 plays that are still performed around the
    world
  • Example Romeo and Juliet (p. 43)

11
Cervantes
  • Spanish Renaissance Author - wrote Don Quixote
    (p. 43)
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