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Renaissance and Reformation Venn Diagram
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began in Italy
Italian merchants supported artists, writers, and scholars
believed in the power of human reason to explain the world
Humanism placed great emphasis on the dignity, worth, and uniqueness of each person
Many writers wrote in the vernacular languages rather than Latin
"the end justifies the means"
Spirit of inquiry led to important discoveries in science
printing press developed allowed for the mass production of books, encouraging the spread of new ideas
Leonardo da Vinci
A new interest in learning about the classical civilizations of Greece and Rome
Architects studied the ruins of ancient Rome to develop new styles
kings and princes in Northern Europe resented the power of the Catholic Church
selling of indulgences-pardons from punishment for committing a sin
Only through faith in God could a person go to Heaven
Seized church lands and closed monasteries
Predestination-already decided by God who would go to Heaven
Council of Trent
Act of Supremacy
Peace of Augsberg
creativity in the arts was encouraged
stimulated by a spirit of inquiry
enabled by the rise of a wealthy merchant class
emphasis on individual worth increased
prosperity led to the creation of many works of art
new Christian denominations emerged
questioning of traditional authority
ended religious unity in Western Europe
Artists use single point perspective
secular achievements were given greater emphasis than earlier
Explain 2 generalities the Renaissance and Reformation shared