the terms and definitions on study guide of honors world studies quarter 1 finals
"rebirth" - restored classical ideas in the 1300s marked by an interest in Greek and Roman literature and art, individualism, intellectual and scientific activity. 1350-1600s marked beginning of modern times
an intellectua; movement that began in Italy during the 1300s focusing on the study of the classicsa and emphazing the importance of human potential and achievement. **humanist belief = individualism : each individual has dignity and worth***
worldy vs. spiritually
everyday language of the people in a region or country ; daily life and feeelings of people, ordinary people, political science - wrote about politics, wrote in the people's ;language vs. Latin
Humanism as it applies to the Roman Catholic Church. People began to question the church's ways of doing things - especially the upper clergy (corrupt)
During this time (the Renaissance) few people could read or write, if a family could afford to finance an education it'd usually be for their sons. Equality for education of both sexes would not be achieved for several centuries but some did speak out on the matter.
Queen Elizabeth I reigned ; the English Renaissance (In England) known for literature and plays.
The first production of the printing press by Johann Gutenberg of Germany in circa 1455
artistic technique that creates appearance of 3D images on a flat surface
Renaissance Art Characteristics Northern Europe
clothed, oil- based, Greek mythology, less sculpting, darker (more vibrant), more secular
Renaissance Art Characteristics Italy
nude paintings, water-based ; frescos (must be on walls), what they knew and artifacts (less mythology), more marables, lighter