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The Renaissance intellectual movement that studied classical cultures to increase understand of their own times

Humanism

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Subjects such as grammar, poetry, rhetoric and history

Humanities

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Florentine humanist, poet, and scholar who assembled a library of Greek and Roman manuscripts to encourage learning

Petrarch

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An Italian city-state that produced many gifted artists, scholars, scientists and architects

Florence

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Person who provides financial support for the arts

Patron

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The artistic technique that allows an artists to portray depth and three-dimensional qualities by making distant objects smaller

Perspective

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Artists, scientist, and inventor best known for the Mona Lisa and The Last Supper and sketches of inventions such as flying machines

Leonardo

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Artist; created sculpture of David and painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chaplel

Michelangelo

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Painter; blended Christian and classical styles; famous works includes the School or Athens and his portrayals of the Madonna

Raphael

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Wrote the book of the courtier describing the manners and qualities aristocratic men and women should display

Baldassare Castiglione

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Wrote the prince, describing how to rule in an age of ruthless power politics

Niccolo Machiavelli

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In 1455, printed a complete bible on a printing press with movable type

Johann Gutenberg

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A prosperous region of cities in the present-day Netherlands, France! and Belgium where the northern renaissance began

Flanders

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Applied painting techniques to engraving; spread Renaissance ideas in Northern Europe

Albrecht Durer

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A technique in which an artist etches a design on metal plate using acid; the plate is then used to make prints

Engraving

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The everyday spoken language of the common people

Vernacular

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Am important religious scholar, called for the translation of the bible into the vernacular

Erasmus

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Wrote Utopia, which describes an ideal and peaceful soviet in which people live in peace, all are educated, and crime is eliminated

Thomas More

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Idealistic or visionary, usually to describe a perfect society

Utopian

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The leading English language poet and playwright of the Renaissance

Shakespeare