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Title: The Renaissance in Italy


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The Renaissance in Italy
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Trade
  • Trade increased in Europe as a result of the
    Crusades

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Wealth
  • More money came into port cities in Europe
    because of trade (especially Italy)

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Corruption
  • New wealth and money led to corruption of the
    church and secularization a focus on the
    non-religious world

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Secularization
  • More people became interested in banking, trade,
    wealth, education. Less focus on the church and
    faith

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Humanism
  • Renaissance a rebirth of Greco-Roman culture
  • Focus on humans emotions, the body, intellect
    human achievements

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The Arts
  • New wealth allowed arts and inventions to flourish


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The Renaissance Man
  • People began to explore many fields the
    Renaissance Man is a person who is skilled in
    many fields (language, art, sports)

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The ArtistsLeonardo Da Vinci
Mona Lisa
The Last Supper
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The ArtistsMichaelangelo
David
The Sistine Chapel
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The ArtistsRaphael
School of Athens
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The Northern Renaissance
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Corruption
  • Northern Europe saw less corruption than Italy
    because there was less wealth coming into
    Northern Europe

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Religion
  • Northern Europe maintained religious faith
    through the Renaissance because there was less
    corruption

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Religion
  • Northern Europe wanted to purify faith
  • Studied classical languages to read old versions
    of the Bible for more understanding

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Erasmus
  • Erasmus of Rotterdam was the greatest of all
    humanists
  • Wrote In Praise of Folly a funny book pointing
    some corruption in the Church

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N. Renaissance Art
  • Less focus on anatomy and perspective than
    Italian Renaissance
  • More technical
  • Dark, gothic style

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The ArtistsDurer
Feast of Rose Garlands
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The ArtistsJan Van Eyck
The Arnolfini Marriage
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