Was less secular than Italian humanism B. Calvin believed in the subjugation of women to preserve moral order. Gutenberg 5 Italian painter famous for the School of Athens and his paintings of Mary, who died at the age of Essay Questions: 1.
Approved as a religious community by Paul III in They wrote in the vernacular and began to deal with general questions.
Michelangelo 28 Ended the 30 Years War by granting freedom of worship in private. D disdain or what they perceived to be its backwardness.The main tie between the Renaissance and Reformation is Christian humanism. Which of the following was NOT a factor that contributed to the Renaissance artistic achievement? Rome was vulnerable, Charles V sacked Rome. Thomas Cranmer convinced Henry that he could marry Anne Boleyn by breaking away from Rome and establishing that the King had the ultimate authority, not the Pope, hence the creation of the Anglican Church, which Henry presided over. The Treaty of Load B. Preached an individual could have a direct relationship with God through prayer and contemplation. Machiavellian The Prince represented an attempt to find ways to A blend medieval and Renaissance scholarship. In , German peasants, excited by reformers talk of Christian freedom, demanded an end to serfdom. Michelangelo 28 Ended the 30 Years War by granting freedom of worship in private. Unfortunately the Catholic religious leaders didn't share inthe renewal of morality. Sought to combat heresy through Christian education. Urged the development of a single talent to perfection C. Southern Renaissance Art: Northern: Focused only on Religion; about landscapes and the lifestyles of people Southern: more secular; Greek and Roman mythologies, about gods and goddesses Catholic Reformation took steps like having the Society of Jesus, Jesuits, and the Council of Trend to address the Protestant Reformation 4 movements that made up the Reformation: 2. On the one hand, he drank deep of classical poetry and philosophy and is inherited all the culture and humanism of the Renaissance and on the other, he has a deeply religious temperament, and is a profound student of the Bible and the literature of the scripture.
The printing press D. B He was deeply concerned about these questions but feared antagonizing his aristocratic supporters.Machiavellian The Prince represented an attempt to find ways to A blend medieval and Renaissance scholarship. Edict of Nantes 7 Italian city-state and republic became the birth- place of the Renaissance. C show how the rule of princes was clearly inferior to republican forms of government. He is also credited with increased literacy for the common man, the popularization of public schooling and the education of women. This time period was truly important, for it would help to shape the world into what it is today. Among the most influential thinkers of the time were the Italian humanist Leon Battista Alberti Reformation success, due to the Renaissance popes, or the church and a politically, socially and economically changing Europe? Humanist thinking and values increased the focus on virtue ii. Gutenberg Bibles were available.