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The Renaissance and political leaders

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Andrew Vetter

on 16 December 2013

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Transcript of The Renaissance and political leaders

Influental People during the Renaissance
Leonardo da Vinci
Francesco Sforza
Cosimo De Medici
Lorenzo De Medici
NIccolo Machiavelli
Petrarch
Dante
Geoffrey Chaucer
Christine de Pizan
Masaccio
Donatello
Important Artist
Leonardo da Vinci
Donatello
Raphael
Michelangelo
Jan van Eyck
Albrecht Durer
Masaccio
Francesco Sforza
Cosimo De Medici
Lorenzo De Medici
King Henry VII
Religous Leaders
Martin Luther
Desiderius Erasmus
Julius II
Charles V
Francis I
Clemment VII
Ulrich Zwingli
John Calvin
Influental people
Raphael
Michelangelo
Jan van Eyck
Albrecht DUrer
Martin luther
Desiderius Erasmus
Julius II
Charles V
Francis I
Clemment VII
Ulrich Zwingli
John Calvin
King Henry VII
Political leaders
Important Authors
NIccolo Machiavelli
Dante
Geoffrey Chaucer
Christine de Pizan

Leonardo was a great Painter, Sculptur, Inventer, and mathatican. He Painted the Mona Lisa.
He was the king England. He started the reformation in England.
He began the reformation and set the stage for lutheranism and lutheran churchs.
He wrote "The Prince". It expresses the Italians love affair with political power.
John calvin began a reformation and created the religious devsion Calvinism.
Michelangelo was a great painter, sculptor, and and architect. One if his most famous paintings is the sistine chapel in Rome.
Was a frenchwomen that wrote
The book of the city of ladies.
It was a book in the defense of women.
Danatello studied the statues of the Romans and the Greeks. His works included a realistic, free-standing figure of Saint George.
Was a Christian Humanist that tried to reform the church and set the stage for luthers reformation.
Grandson of Cosimo de' medici. He dominated the city of florence when Cosimo died.
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