This This is… This is… HUMANISM RENAISSANCE ART URBAN SOCIETY VOCABULARY ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS POTPOURRI F HUMANISM RENAISSANCE ART VOCABULARY URBAN SOCIETY ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS POTPOURRI 10 10 10 10 10 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 200 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 500 This early Renaissance intellectual is considered the “Father of Humanism” Humanists based many of their ideas on the writings of these two civilizations. Humanists believed that the path of virtue and wisdom could be gained through the pursuit of this. Humanists emphasized this ability of individuals to make decisions about their lives Collectively grammar, rhetoric, poetry, moral philosophy, and history have become known as these. The artist of the following work. The name of the following work of art. The artist of the following work. The name of the following work of art. The artist of the following work. A painting style where water-based paints are used on fresh plaster. A “worldly” perspective that focuses on the human experience A system in which cities are the focus of social, political, and economic life. An intellectual movement during the Renaissance that was based on the study of classical writing. A sum of money given by the wife’s family to the husband upon marriage. The “birthplace” of the Renaissance movement. An area under the rule of a powerful city government within that area The “trade” or job of many of the powerful families of during the Renaissance. Name of Machiavelli’s work on how to gain and keep political power. The lack of this type of ruler made it possible to powerful Italian cities to remain independent. Nickname given to the land between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers. N The name of the influential Chinese philosopher who stressed honor and the concept of filial piety. This document, signed in 1215, was the first to legally limit the power of a king. Name of the period within European history marked by feudalism and the growing influence of the Catholic Church. This event is seen the cause of the development of the world’s first civilizations. This Renaissance artist is buried in the Pantheon, the most complete ruin of ancient Roman civilization. Because of their interest in the human body, many Renaissance painters studied this scientific field. He became the basis for the idea of the “Renaissance Man” Petrarch believed that these members of society must live a life of solitude. English author whose Canterbury Tales became notable for it use of vernacular, or the language of a time and place. . RENAISSANCE ARTWORK The name of the following work of art, often pointed to as an example of Humanist philosophy within Renaissance Art.