Transcript: Renaissance Conclusion Answer: A Renaissance culture movement that turned away from medieval scholasticism and revived interest in ancient greek. Conclusion Explanation Conclusion Main Idea Idea 2 During this time period, art took on a new style that was ____________. Machiavelli believe that _______. Through his writing, he helped people understand that___________. Writer The money donated by the Queens led to _____________________ which greatly impacted our lives in America today. Main Idea Humanist means People that care more about the humans life not the religious. Science Gutenberg's Printing Press How It Worked a a a Discovery #1 Idea 4 Conclusion Idea 2 Idea 3 Discovery #2 Conclusion $1.25 Genre Queens Discovery #2 Writers During the Renaissance, scientists made many changes that led to a major change of thinking. For the first time, people realized that the sun was ___________________________________________________________________________________. Idea 3 How it Worked Pieces Writer Martin Luther Conclusion Vol XCIII, No. 311 Art Link to cite sources: http://www.easybib.com/ Religion A Huge Thank You to all of our Resources for Making this Possible: Due to these writers, people were able to experience _______________________________________________________________________________________. Genre For the first time, Gutenberg's Press allowed people to ________________________________________________________. This motivated the people _______________________________. Discovery #1 Why it Changed Society Political Thoughts a a a Pieces Renaissance Inventions a a a Define "humanist" Monday, February 17, 2017
Transcript: The Renaissance is normally said to have started in Florence, Italy in the 15th century. It was a time where the arts flourished, and many great leaps were made in the advancement of art, religion, science, medicine, and many other fields. The word Renaissance literally means "rebirth." The Renaissance did not start on a specific day, but normally it is said to have lasted from 1450 to 1650 The famous De Medici family helped spark the Renaissance by supporting artists in the Florentine area. Art is probably one of the best known fields of advancement during the Renaissance. Some of the more well known artists were... Many differences showed up between Renassance art and Medieval art. Although they had many differences, Medieval art influenced Renaissance art greatly. However, a lot of improvements made to Renaissance art were learned from the mistakes of medieval times. Before the Renaissance, Europe was predominantly Catholic. However, many factors contributed to the downfall of the Catholic church. Church is corrupt, sale of indulgences is an example. Church becomes greedy Church interprets Bible for themselves, keeps truth from citizens. Martin Luther exploits flaws, sparks the Reformation with 95 theses. Lower class citizens rise up and create own religion on own interpretation of Bible. INterest in new religions spread throughout Europe as many people liked new ideals of Protestantism. The Church tried to undo the damage from the Reformation with the Counter-Reformation. The effectiveness of the counter-reformation is often criticized. While it did not reclaim many members in Europe, it did gain millions of members in the Americas and the Far East. There were many great explorers during the Renaissance. Some of the most famous were Ferdinand Magellan, Henry Hudson, Christopher Columbus, Sir Francis Drake, and Hernando Cortes During this "age of Exploration", contact was established with Asia, the Americas, parts of Africa, and Oceania. While at first the explorations were for the good of everyone, they soon became competitve. The race for exploration is said to have started in 1418 by Portugal, with the search through the Atlantic ocean. As a retaliation, Spain sent Christopher Columbus to explore the Indies. On that trip, Columbus found a land they called America. Spain used this land, and surrounding islands to harvest spices, and created a huge profit off this land. Surrounding countries grew jealous of this success, and launched their own expoditions to find new land. Alchemy was a popular practice before the Renaissance. The main idea behind alchemy was that all materials were made of the same basic block, and that if a substance could be broken down to that simplest block, it could be built back up into a different substance. As the Renaissance started, this idea slowly evolved into chemestry, and laid the foundation for later chemists. Astrology also advanced greatly during the Renaissance. Keplar was the first to make the conjecture that the Earth rotated around the sun, not the other way around. Copernicus added on to that conjecture, and said that the Sun was not only what the Earth rotated around, but everything in the solar system. Galileo's biggest contribution to astronomy was the improvement to the telescope. One of the greatest authors in history lived during the Renaissance. He is often noted as the greatest English writer to have ever lived. He has 38 surviving plays. His most famous include Romeo and Juliet, Hamlet, and MacBeth. They were all tragedies. EVen today he is hugely popular and is studied and performed. He has inspired many other writers, painters, and musicians over time. During his lifetime, he was never hugely famous like he is today, though he did have some praise for his work. Bosch lived from 1450 to 1516 and was born in the Netherlands. He was known for his "religious" paintings, that were presented in a nonsensical style. He was one of the earliest Renaissance painters. THE END. Michelangelo Medieval art was more religious based -William Shakespeare Sonnet 18 The Birth of the Rebirth THE ART OF THE RENAISSANCE Bosch, Heironymus. Hell. Prado Museum, Madrid, Spain Joe Rossi Februaury 3, 2011 Raphael While Renaissance art had more depth, shadows, and looked closer to 3D THE RENAISSANCE AND SCIENCE INTRODUCTION TO THE RENAISSANCE Also, Medieval art tended to be more "flat", or 2D LITERATURE Giotto William Shakespeare Bosch, Heironymus. Garden of Earthly Delights. Prado Museum, Madrid, Spain. While Renaissance art tended to be more secular Shall I compare thee to a summer's day? Thou art more lovely and more temperate: Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May, And summer's lease hath all too short a date: Sometime too hot the eye of heaven shines, And often is his gold complexion dimm'd; And every fair from fair sometime declines, By chance or nature's changing course untrimm'd; But thy eternal summer shall not fade Nor lose possession of that fair thou owest; Nor
Transcript: Renaissance The book Don Quixote is a satire novel.Satire is a genre of literature, and sometimes graphic and performing arts, in which vices, follies, abuses, and shortcomings are held up to ridicule, ideally with the intent of shaming individuals, corporations, government, or society itself into improvement. Conclusion Answer: ''an outlook or system of thought attaching prime importance to human rather than divine or supernatural matters. Humanist beliefs stress the potential value and goodness of human beings, emphasize common human needs, and seek solely rational ways of solving human problems". Mona Lisa By Leonardo Conclusion Creation of Adam by Michelangelo Explanation Many of Shakespeare's plays are based on others' earlier plays, histories, and poems. This was common practice at that time. Conclusion Queen Elizabeth never got mariied and she supported theater,fashion,liternative, dance, and education, GD. She learned how to speak greek, latin, french, and italian. Queen Elizabeth 1 of England The printing press impacted society by allowing a large amount of written copies to be published at one time. The printing press also lead to the ability to spread information much faster. Queen Isabella 1 personality During this time period, art took on a new style that was better, more colorful, and because of rebirth we all were happy and are art wasn't depressed. One of Miguel greatest pieces was Don Quixote, and another great book is the La Galatea. Machiavelli believe in humanist. Through his writing, he helped people understand that its more important than church. Lived in poverty Kepler discovered opened the door to new questions about the star and planets. He collected the data of tycho and perfected He had new questions about earth and its stars Miguel de Cervantes The last Supper By Leonardo The money donated by the Queens led to art which greatly impacted our lives in America today. He found out that the church was taking to much money and he red the Bible to see what the church was lying about. He was trying to inform everyone. Main Idea Humanist means belief or concern in human values Science Queen Isabella 1 was very intelligent and she was one of the smartest women in her time. She had a firm fiery temper and no one would demand to get into her way when she was angry Gutenberg's Printing Press How It Worked Leonardo imagined alot and has succeeded in expressing. In the face of each one may be seen love or fear, at not being able to understand the meaning of Christ. This excitement no less and they were eating at a big table in the painting. It was stored and is still in good conditions. Discovery #1 Queen Elizabeth 1 of personality Conclusion Elizabeth led her people through a Fierce time of political and religious explotion. England was divided on religious issues when she came to the throne, and Elizabeth responded with a declaration that there was just one Jesus Christ, and that the rest of the matters concerning religious brual at the time were trivial. She called for the passage of the Act of Uniformity, which allowed for the creation of a common prayer book and did much to heal the religious divisions between Catholics and Puritans at the time. Idea 2 Idea 3 Discovery #2 Conclusion $1.25 Genre Queens Discovery #2 The discovery of Galileo,Galileo discovered the Callisto,Europa,Ganymede,rings of Saturn,etc. He had so many discoveries and he invented a telescope that would help him see plants and stars from far. Writers During the Renaissance, scientists made many changes that led to a major change of thinking. For the first time, people realized that the sun wasn't rotating around the planets the planets rotated around the sun wit the moon. Queen elizabeth 1 England Disputation on the Power and Efficacy of Indulgences, also known as The 95 Theses, a list of questions and propositions for debate. Popular legend has it that on October 31, 1517 Luther defiantly nailed a copy of his 95 Theses to the door of the Wittenberg Castle church. Even if Shakespeare wrote his own work, he did not always write alone. How it Worked Pieces Writer Galileo also discovered a moon named Io. The moon orbits Jupiter. It was discovered on January 8,1610, the gravity is 1.796m/s squared and the distance from earth is 390.4 millions miles. Martin Luther Conclusion In 1462 he was exiled from Mainz. However, things turned around for him and in 1465 he was given a fancy title, a yearly salary, and more as a reward for his invention. The original Bible sold for 30 florins. This was a lot of money back then for a commoner, but much, much cheaper than a hand written version. There are around 21 complete Gutenberg Bibles existing still today. One of these Bibles is likely worth around $30 million. Read more at: http://www.ducksters.com/biography/johannes_gutenberg.php This text is Copyright © Ducksters. Do not use without permission. In 1558, Mary died and Elizabeth became Queen. She quickly moved to restore the Church of
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Transcript: A famous Artist, Scientist, Inventor, a Polymath, and many more during the Renaissance Born on April 15, 1452 Died on May 2, 1519 Painted many famous paintings including Mona Lisa, The Last Supper, and drew the piece the Vitruvian Man The Spanish Inquisition In 1492 Columbus landed in the Caribbeans He made four trips across the Atlantic Ocean Was determined to find a route by sea from Europe to Asia In 1666, Isaac was sitting under a tree when an apple fell on his head. He soon after came up with the idea of gravity If Isaac hadn't thought about it, we would still today be wondering about gravity today Leonardo Da Vinci Johannes Gutenberg Invented the Printing Press in 1440 This made books easier to create No longer did people have to write out a 6,000 page book word for word Began in 1478 Ended in 1834 Lasted 356 years The Inquisition was started because of Pope Lucius III wanting to become combative against the Albigensian Heresy Renaissance PowerPoint Christopher Columbus Isaac Newton
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Transcript: Renaissance The genre of Miguel De Cervantes' Don Quixote is Novel The Genre of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet is Tragedy Conclusion Answer: People who believe in humanism which is life before church. Picture The statue of David Conclusion Mona Lisa Facts Explanation Conclusion He did not like that the church was reading the bible wrong to people and saying they needed to pay so he made his own religion called lutheran. https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/d/d4/Johannes_Kepler_1610.jpg/220px-Johannes_Kepler_1610. Queen Elizabeth was strong minded and was not stubborn Queen Isabella the 1st of Spain It changed society because if the printing press we would not know how to read and there would be no printer and it would be impossible to make multiple same papers. Picture Queen Isabella the 1st personality During this time period, art took on a new style that was Realistic,3D,and Colorful La Galatea Don Quixote La Fuerza de la Sangre He had enormous talent for expressing thoughts and feelings in memorable ways Machiavelli was a humanist because he also believed life was more important than church. Kepler discovered the 3 laws of planetary motion 1. The orbit of every planet is an ellipse with the sun at a focus. 2. A line joining a planet and the sun sweeps out equal areas during equal intervals of time 3. The square of the orbital period of a planet is directly proportional to the cube of the semi-major axis of its orbit. http://www.ctspanish.com/legends/isabella1. https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/d/d4/Johannes_Kepler_1610.jpg/220px-Johannes_Kepler_1610. Miguel De Cervantes Adoration of Magi The money donated by the Queens led to the exploration of America and Education which greatly impacted our lives in America today. Adoration of Magi Main Idea Humanist means they emphasized the importance of human values because people thought that religious beliefs were more important Science Queen Isabella was very stubborn Gutenberg's Printing Press Picture It worked by casting individual letters and symbols in die and then arranging them and pressing it to the paper it relied on moving metal type How It Worked Botticelli Made Many Versions of The Adoration of Magi It is housed in the Uffizi of Florence its dimensions are 3′ 8″ x 4′ 5″ Discovery #1 Picture Queen Elizabeth the 1st Personality Conclusion Queen Isabella the 1st of Spain supported Christopher Columbus because her husband said no but she told him to say yes and she gave him money to explore the "New World" she also gave him 3 ships. Idea 2 Idea 3 About the scientist He took inventions he already had Gutenberg's masterpiece, and the first book ever printed in Europe from movable type, is the “Forty-Two-Line” Bible His experiments with the printing press started Conclusion $1.25 Genre http://images.fineartamerica.com/images-medium-large/benjamin-franklins-printing-press-science-source. Queens During his time in prison he got inspired to write His most famous writing is Don Quixote He started writing after marrige January 1610 he discovered four new stars orbiting Jupiter,the stars seemed to have moved the wrong way, and they caught his attention. 4 days later he saw a 4th star later he saw the were not stars they were planetary bodies they were named after him in his honor. http://cdn.history.com/sites/2/2015/05/hith-Mona-Lisa-model-E. Writers During the Renaissance, scientists made many changes that led to a major change of thinking. For the first time, people realized that the sun is in the middle of the solar system. About the scientist http://cdn.history.com/sites/2/2015/05/hith-Mona-Lisa-model-E. He had and idea about putting 95 Theses statements that he made that made the church bad and nailed them to the church doors so people would see it. http://www.ctspanish.com/legends/isabella1. Queen Elizabeth the 1st of England http://images.fineartamerica.com/images-medium-large/benjamin-franklins-printing-press-science-source. Gutenberg Miguel De Cervantes' Writings William Shakespeare He got placed under house arrest for life in 1633 Galileo built on the work of others to create a telescope with around 30 times magnification He discovered four new “stars” orbiting Jupiter Galileo saw sunspots,mountains on the moon,and 4 moons orbiting the planet Jupiter //upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/d/d4/Justus_Sustermans_-_Portrait_of_Galileo_Galilei,_1636.jpg/220px-Justus_Sustermans_-_Portrait_of_Galileo_Galilei,_ Martin Luther's Ideas Conclusion She made her time period The golden age because she supported important things like education and she was married to her job which meant she was dedicated to the people of England. Vol XCIII, No. 311 Art Martin Luther went against the catholic church because they were reading the bible wrong to people saying that if you give them money your sins will go away, they were called Indulgences that is why the churches were so big and beautiful. 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Transcript: Renaissance Women Marriage/Courtship Women cared greatly about their appearance Well born European women often plucked hairs out of their natural hairline because high-rounded faces were considered to be beautiful Those who did not resort to plicking often used a mixture of vinegar mixed with cat-dung or quick-lime. These mixtures often took out hair and skin Blondes were considered to be the higher beauty of the Renaissance period. Dark-haired women came up with many ideas to lighten their dark hair. Pale-skin was also considered to be beautiful, and women often risked their lives for it applying dangerous mixtures to their faces. Another mark of beauty was to have your eyelashes cut short and your eyebrows thinned to give them a light airy look. Clothing In Renaissance society, women did not have the same rights as men. For example, if they were married, everything they owned belong to the husband. However, if they were single or widowed, women could inherit or own property. With employment, women rarely had jobs, and if they did they were paid less than men for doing the same work Sometimes, wives of craftsmen could take over their husbands business if they died. They could work as wool merchants, leatherworkers, cutlers, bookbinders and iron mongers. Peasant and middle class women often worked along side with their husbands in addition to being housewives Expectations Because a women was only expected to be a good housewife, the education of women was limited and not encouraged. Women of upper classes and nobility receive an education to some extent, usually from the tutors of their brothers. If a women became a nun, she was required to learn how to read and write. Other than the only "education" a woman received was how to be a good mother and an obedient wife. Clothing of Renaissance women was very elegant Clothing styles were influenced by Medieval & Gothic designs Dresses gradually loss their long train and flowing skirts became more popular Another popular dress was a robe with was a dress attached with an attached bodice and skirt. Corsets which were also very popular was very long and rigid that went from a cone shape to a V below the waist. By: Maya King LaRyn Lyons & Nadesia Doute Despite what women were not allowed to do, some women bcame educated and made major accomplishments for a female. Isbella d'Easte wrote over two thousand letters commeting on politics and war. She thought women should break away from the traditional role set for women. Known as the "First Lady of the Renaissance" Catherine de Pizan was a poet and a writer. She was one of the first feminists and often encouraged women to get an education. Earned her fame as Europe's first professional woman writer. Catherine Medici was a major force in politics. She created peace between the Catholics and Protestants ending their wars. She also sponsored the building of many structures in France. She helped with the new wing in the Louvre Museum, the Tuilleries gardens, and the Chateau Monceau Importanat Women Employment/Ownership Beauty For marriage and courtship , women's rights were restricted even further. During courtship, the father often chose who could court his daughter. Women in upper classes suffered through arranged marriages that were often business arrangements to benefit the father and/or his business Women in lower classes were often allowed to chose their husbands Either way from birth, females were under the control of their father and then it was transferred to their husband. Men had complete contol over their wives by law and married women had no rights By law, women were expected to obey their husbands and by society women were considered inferior in their ability to think and make choices Education Daily life of Renaissance of women were really different from today Women were only expected to be a good wife and mother By law women were expected to be obedient to their husbands, disobedience was considered a sin against the Church. For upper class women and nobility there was an immense pressure to give birth to male heirs. Women usually stayed at home, cooking, cleaning, sewing and performing usual housework Upper class women were also expected to supervise the servants and and to entertain guests.
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