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RENAISSANCE
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SOCIETY
VOCABULARY
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CIVILIZATIONS
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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.
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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.
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RENAISSANCE
ARTWORK
The name of the
following work of art,
often pointed to as
an example of
Humanist philosophy
within Renaissance
Art.
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