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The Transition From The Middle Ages to The Renaissance

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The Transition From The Middle Ages to The Renaissance
Transition began in the late middle ages

People were -
Recovering from the dark ages and plague
Becoming secular

Forming-
Urban societies
Major trading centers
"The Rebirth"
Middle Ages - Gothic

Renaissance - Much like Greek and Roman
Architecture
Middle Ages - Based mainly on religion

Renaissance - Much like Greek and Roman
Literature
Middle Ages - Gothic

Renaissance - Much like Greek and Roman
Art
Almost completely religious.
Stiff, 1-dimensional figures.
Less emotion
Use of gold to illuminate figures.
Lack of perspective.
Middle Ages

Little political criticism.

Hand-written
Latin
Middle Ages
Pointed arches

Elaborate detail
Middle Ages
Renaissance
More secular (non-religious)
Wider variety of subjects
Focused on the individual
Humanism
Use of the printing press
Renaissance
Rounded arches, clear lines.

Less detailed

Focus on balance and form
Renaissance
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Use of perspective
More use of oil paints
Brighter colors
More emotion
Real people and settings
Change in job focus

Men remained dominant over women

Change in rules/purpose of marriage

Increase in life expectancy
Men - Focused on one subject (job)

Women - Denied legal status

Marriage -
Divorce nonexistent
Arranged for economic reasons

Average life expectancy - About 20-30 years
Middle Ages
Men - Well-rounded (many jobs)

Women - Denied legal status

Marriage -
Divorce available
Mainly based on romance

Average life expectancy - About 35-40 years
Renaissance
Middle Ages - Church is supreme to the state.

Renaissance - State is supreme to the church.
Religion dominated politics

Inquisition (1223)
Middle Ages
New Monarchs
Reformation
Renaissance popes worldly and corrupt
Renaissance
Way of Life
Politics/Religion

(Politics/Religion)
(Politics/Religion)
(Way of Life)
Sources
(Way of Life)
(Architecture)
(Architecture)
(Art)
(Art)
(Literature)
(Literature)
Major changes -
Socially
Politically
Religiously
Artistically
Structurally
Summary
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