WH Chapter 13 test

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  1. popolo
    disenfranchised people in Italian communes who resented their exclusion from power
  2. disenfranchised people in Italian communes who resented their exclusion from power
    popolo
  3. signori
    • government by despot (a ruler or other person who holds absolute power, typically one who exercises it in a cruel or oppressive way)
    • one man rule in Italian cities such as Milan
  4. -government by despot (a ruler or other person who holds absolute power, typically one who exercises it in a cruel or oppressive way)
    -one man rule in Italian cities such as Milan
    signori
  5. oligarchy
    • the rule of merchant aristocracies
    • possessed constitutions, but through a variety of schemes a small, restricted class of wealthy merchants exercised all branches of government (p. 416)
  6. -the rule of merchant aristocracies
    -possessed constitutions, but through a variety of schemes a small, restricted class of wealthy merchants exercised all branches of government (p. 416)
    oligarchy
  7. Cosimo de Medici
    a banker who held power in Florence and ruled from behind the scenes 1434-1494 (p. 416)
  8. a banker who held power in Florence and ruled from behind the scenes 1434-1494 (p. 416)
    Cosimo de Medici
  9. Lorenzo de Medic
  10. Pope Alexander VI
  11. Cesare Borgia
  12. Girolamo Savonarola
  13. H.R.E. Charles
  14. Habsburg-Valois Wars
  15. Francesco Petrarch
  16. Leon Battista Alberti
  17. Pope Nicholas
  18. humanism
    • term first used by Florentine rhetorician Leonard Bruni
    • a general word for the new learning of the critical study of Latin and Greek literature, with the goal of realized human potential
  19. -term first used by Florentine rhetorician Leonard Bruni
    -a general word for the new learning of the critical study of Latin and Greek literature, with the goal of realized human potential
    humanism
  20. Pico Mirandola, On the Dignity of Man
  21. secularism
  22. Lorenzo Valla, On the False Donation of Constantine
  23. Giovanni Boccaccio, The Decameron
  24. Pope Julius II
  25. quattrocento and cinquecento
  26. Leonardo da Vinci
  27. Raphael
  28. Michelangelo
  29. Filippo Brunelleschi
  30. Lorenzo Ghiberti
  31. Giotto
  32. Donatello
  33. perspective
  34. Baldassare Catiglione, The Courtier
  35. Niccolo Machiavelli, The Prince
    • Book on how ways to gain, keep and expand power
    • the most important literary work of the Renaissance
  36. -Book on how ways to gain, keep and expand power
    -the most important literary work of the Renaissance
    Niccolo Machiavelli, The Prince
  37. Gutenberg
  38. Christian humanism
    emphasis on human beings, their achievements, interests and capabilities
  39. emphasis on human beings, their achievements, interests and capabilities
    Christian humanism
  40. Thomas More, Utopia
  41. Erasmus; The Praise of Folly
  42. Rabelais
  43. Jan Van Eyck
  44. War of the Roses
  45. Tudor dynasty
  46. Reconquista
  47. Isabella and Ferdinand
  48. Inquisition
  49. Black Death/October 1347
  50. bubonic and pneumonic
  51. flagellants
  52. Hundred Years' War
  53. Treaty of Paris 1259
  54. Joan of Arc
  55. development of English Parliament
  56. Babylonian Captivity
  57. Great Schism
  58. Conciliarists, the Conciliar Movement
  59. John Wyclif, Lollards
  60. Jan Hus
  61. Peasants' Revolt of 1381
  62. vernacular languages
  63. Dante Aligheri, The Divine Comedy
  64. Geoffrey Chaucer, The Canterbury Tale

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