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Renaissance Europe

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Logan Nielson

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Why is this time period called "The Renaissance?" -The word "Renaissance" is based on on a French term for rebirth Daily Life
For The rich:
Lived in nice wooden houses
Men were well educated
Men went to court, war, and in rural parts, they managed their estates.
Women stayed at home
For the Poor
Men and women worked
Not educated
Lived in houses made of wood and earth with thatched roofs
Worked and produced goods for the rich, sometimes smuggled goods from work. Geopolitical History -On August 22, 1642 King Charles formally declared war on Parliament. Explorers of the New World Though most of the travel during this time was on foot, another form of travel commonly used was boat. The New World was North and South America in relation to Europe after the new land was discovered.
Christopher Columbus
Born in 1451 in Genoa, or what is now Italy.
Spent his early life as a weaver with his father.
Left in 1492 on an expedition for Asia.
Spotted land on October 12, 1492.
Landed in the Bahamas where he discovered he was on foreign land.
Had other expeditions to the New World, but this was the most important.
Died on May 20, 1506.
Marco Polo
His work on the geography and life in the far east helped arouse Christopher Columbus. he was trying to reach the far east of Polo's description.
Spanish Armada
Was a fleet assembled and dispatched by King Phillip II of Spain.
Made the people believe more in their history.
Was a failed attempt to invade England in 1588.
Brought on the subsequent fall of the Spanish empire. Science During The Renaissance Bibliography By Logan Nielson, Logan Hutchison, Alexa Swarts, Megan Gneiting, Amber Rivera, Natallie Kowalski, Abbey Burmood Renaissance Europe -The term "state" in its modern sense did not exist much before 1540. -Renaissance society increasingly depended on trade and commerce. Monarchs encouraged their participation in government, which offered the high places in royal courts. The reason for this had to do with money. Emerson, Kathy Lynn. "Travel." The Writer's Guide to Everyday Life in Renaissance England. Cincinnati, OH: Writer's Digest, 1996. 247-55. Print.
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Pollitt, RONALD L. "Armada, Spaniish." Ebsco. Funk and Wagnalls New World Encyclopedia, 2002. Web. 23 Jan. 2013. <http://web.ebscohost.com/ehost/detail?vid=4&sid=f8862006-bd30-490d-aa69-8a9d37e4e264%40sessionmgr10&hid=17&bdata=JnNpdGU9ZWhvc3QtbGl2ZQ%3d%3d#db=funk&AN=AR142500>.
World Almanac Education Group. "Columbus, Christopher." Ebsco. Funk and Wagnalls New World Encyclopedia, 2002. Web. 23 Jan. 2013. <http://web.ebscohost.com/ehost/detail?vid=7&sid=f8862006-bd30-490d-aa69-8a9d37e4e264%40sessionmgr10&hid=107&bdata=JnNpdGU9ZWhvc3QtbGl2ZQ%3d%3d#db=funk&AN=CO182000>.
World Almanac Education Group. "POLO, MARCO." Ebsco. Funk and Wagnalls New World Encyclopedia, 2002. Web. 23 Jan. 2013. <http://web.ebscohost.com/ehost/detail?vid=5&sid=f8862006-bd30-490d-aa69-8a9d37e4e264%40sessionmgr10&hid=107&bdata=JnNpdGU9ZWhvc3QtbGl2ZQ%3d%3d#db=funk&AN=PO107100>.
Lives and Works in the Arts: From the Renaissance to the 20th Century. Armonk, NY: Sharpe Reference, 1997.

Turnpike, Sherman. Renaissance Technology. N.p.: Gardners, 2011. Print. Culture of the Renaissance Food
The wealthy ate almost any meat available to them with sauce
The workers ate rye bread, peas, beans, and cured herring
The middle class ate porridge, soup with oats, gruel, and veggies
The poor ate salted meat and tuna fish
The very poor, or peasants, ate only the bread they could get. Citations Fashion
For the poor:
Men wore rough cloth shirts and pants
Women wore rough cloth dresses
For the rich:
Men owned over 30 suits and couldn't wear them more than once to uphold their reputation.
Women wore extravagant dresses or bodices with skirts -Between 1350 and 1550, Europe experienced a renaissance of commerce interest in the classical cultures of ancient Greece in Rome. Death
People were more aware of death due to the large amount of the population that died during the Black Plague.
For the first time ever, people started having funerals and writing wills
Beliefs of the afterlife were a mix of Christian beliefs and classical Greek and Roman writings
People believed that death should be welcomed and not feared
There was a sort of fascination/fear of death -It refers to a time in Western civilization (1350–1550) that was characterized by these three things: commerce, interest in the Classical world, and belief in the human achievement.
-It was a revival of an interest in the attitudes, theories, and art of ancient Greek and Roman worlds.
-It was also a rebirth of respect for the individual.
-During the Renaissance, the concept of change and progress in the arts became accepted.
-These principles played a crucial role in western culture well into the 20th century. ebscohost.com -The new merchant economy greatly
benefited the monarchy system. At the same time,
it lessened the power of the mobility, which was competing with merchants for control of city
governments. -When a European power, particularly
Spain, discovered a land rich in natural
resources, it usually attacked and enslaved
native populations. Netzley, Patricia D. Life during the Renaissance. San Diego, CA: Lucent, 1998. Print.ISBN #1-56006-375-0 -Kings needed cash to finance foreign wars or maintain lavish courts, and people in the middle class were in a position to lend it. The science during the Renaissance was a slow progress, but had significant outcome. There are many important inventions that were made during this time period. These are 3 very important inventions that stood out the most. The invention of water mills, gunpowder, and printing presses. * Water mills were very important inventions during the Renaissance. They were the main source of power and energy. A water mill uses water flowing downstream to spin a wheel to activate the mechanics within the mill to create power. * Gunpowder was also a very important invention during the Renaissance. Gunpowder was originally used for fireworks. They then later used the gunpowder to help with war. The army used the gunpowder for cannons and guns because without gunpowder these things would'nt fire. * Printing presses were another important invention during the Renaissance. The printing press was a great improvement over hand-copying, which was very hard and time consuming. This meant that many more books and scripts were being made. Because of this amazing invention the printing press published the Bible. Kristeller Oskar, Paul; Trinkaus, Paul Encyclopedia of the Renaissance
New York, NY: Charles Schribner's Sons, 1999. Print. ISBN-0-684-80511
ISBN-0-684-80512-x, ISBN-0-684-80512-x
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