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Renaissance 1 Rome Catholism 0 Everything was centered around the church belief The social economic political arts visualsrevolved around the church 0 m focus on self gtconsidered sin the belief of the church 1 Arts Teacher people how to behave what was expected in the next world 0 During Renaissance l4th l7th art begin represent intellectualbecame beyond the church 0 Re discover ancient past allow people to look at Humanistic subjects 0 Francesco Petrarch believe in forgetting classical past plays into ignorance gt gave a rise to the renaissance period II Art New branch 0 Vernacular literature The language of ordinary people the language often spoken 0 Importance helped writers to make fun of the wealthy and human feelings IV Humanism 0 m Intellectual permission to focus on things that has to do with the human body physicality coined by german educator FJ Niethammer V Reason for the Renaissance Life after the black death 0 Plague breaks out in Europe after mid 1300s 0 Depopulationgttook writer out of a job Abundance of food 0 Wagessaleries decreased Rural impact 0 Less peasant to work gt peasant began developing foodstuff 0 Small landholders some large implemented innovation 0 Peasant transform to surf Urban impact 0 Seek greater opportunities 0 People ed from country side to cities 0 Increasing of city dwellers Towns found ways to organize amp increase VI Capturing reality in writing 3 trends link between vernacular and political realms 0 increasing available of education growing reading publicly Bocaccio used languages contemporary to their times to tell tales about the foibles and comedy of humans Professional writers 0 Christine de Pisan helped female readers refute the male perspective of women Visualizin in Ital 0 More realism in visual art 0 The use of oil paints Portrayals 0 Medieval drama VII Why Italy 0 Due to intersection of trends 0 North of Italy is wealthy because of trade and shipping of crusaders 0 because of money they educated their sons and sponsor artist italy is series of city states Florence Milan Venice Rome Naplesgtsought to revive the past glories or ancient rome VIII Renaissance civil ideas 0 Other renaissance intellectual saw goals for classical education as civic engagement printing press 1436AD 0 Developed by Johannes Gutenberg german amp goldsmith 0 used metal letters 0 Process letters were selected and attached in lines in their correct positions printing ink applied to plate pressed with high pressure on paper 0 J G even printed a holly bible Telescope Developed by Galio Galilei 0 Put to use in 1609 0 Used to study the moon 0 He discovered the Milky way 0 Found out jupiter has 4 moon Mechanical clock 0 Believed to be created by Filipino Bronellesci in orence in Italy 1410 Magnetic compass Helped growth of civilization 0 invented by Chinese during Qin dynasty 0 second century BC Flush toilet Developed by John Harrington 0 First used by Queen Elizabeth Submarines Developed by Leonardo Da Vinci 0 He constructed the submarines and operated it at depth between 12 15 ft Matches 0 Created by Robert Boyle Experimented later by John Walker in 1827 Eyeglasses Invented by Salvino D amate who lived in Florence
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