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Transition to the Middle Ages

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Michael Sundblad

on 11 February 2016

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Transcript of Transition to the Middle Ages

Culture of the
Middle Ages
&
Renaissance

Modern humans: 195,000 years ago
End of Ice Age: c. 12,000 years ago
Stone Age
Mesopotamia, 4000 BCE
Bronze Age
Cuneiform c. 3000 BCE
Egypt - c. 3000 years ago
Human History
Greece - 800 BCE - 146 BCE
Rome - 146 BCE - 476 CE
C. 476 CE - around the year 1000
Fuedalism
Power: King & church
Charlemagne (742-814)
strong, central gov't
Library
Early Middle Ages
The Church
ONE church
Patronage

Monasteries
Illuminated Manuscripts
Hildegard of Bingen
Crusades

St. Martin's Church, Cantebury, 6th Century
After 1000 CE
Gothic Cathedrals
Universities (& music)
Cities - art & culture
Merchant class / Guilds
Later Middle Ages
Literature
Chanson de Roland
(c. 1100)
Divine Comedy
(Dante, 1307)
Cantebury Tales
(Chaucer, 1386)
Crusades
Chivalry -
Cult of Mary
status of women
Minstrel performers
Bubonic plague
Selling of indulgences
Culture
"Rebirth"
Humanism
more secular
solve own problems
scientific inquiry
ancient writings
human fulfillment
The Renaissance
Inventions
Compass
Gun powder
Printing press
Exploration
Columbus
Vespucci
de León
Grecco-Roman influence
Painting:
Beauty of nature & nude
Perspective
Art / Architecture
Boticelli
Leonardo da Vinci
Michelangelo
Titian
Famous painters
Supported by:
Church
City
State
Courts
Role of Musicians
the Medici
first 2 minutes
Important figures
Martin Luther
Machiavelli
Galileo
Cervantes
Shakespeare
Work:
choirmasters
singers
organists
instrument builders
copyists
instrumentalists
composers
teachers
Merchant class
Printed Music
Amateur Musicians
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