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04.09 Module Project: Assessment
Transcript of 04.09 Module Project: Assessment
The city of Florence was a major city during the Renaissance. Florence became famous for its successful arts, architecture, economy, and philosophers. Famous artists such as Michelangelo were a great impact on art during the Renaissance and his art pieces and techniques are still used to this day.
Lisbon, produced great explorers to expand European exploration. Prince Henry (Henry the Navigator) helped establish a strong command of european exploration, he was able to get to Africa which later helped develop slave trade. Vasco da Gama took four ships and was also able to benefit with his explorations because he helped open up the spice trade the with India.
Rome served greatly during the counter-reformation. Rome began to reassert itself with other nations. Missionaries known as Jesuits went around the world to educate the young and to spread the Catholics faith. The church used many tactics to different attacks. Inquisition was made to fight herecy and to punish protestants. Also the Index of Forbidden Books was used which only allowed people to be able to read certain books.
Wittenburg served as a great spot during the Reformation. Martin Luther was one of the men that lived and preached in this town and on October 31, 1517, he nailed his 95 Theses to the door of the Castle Church starting the Protestant Reformation. Other vocal leaders against the church before Luther were John Wycliffe and Jan Hus and these men influenced speakers such as Luther and also John Calvin.
In the picture above, unique architect used in Florence, Italy is displayed. This is the Palazzo Medici which was built between the years of 1445 and 1460. The building features designs techniques that include the archways and the stone work.
This beautiful monument in Libson was made to celebrate discoveries made during the exploration period. The man in the front is Henry the Navigator. The sculpture was made in 1939 by Portuguese architect Jose Angelo Cottinelli Telmo, and sculptor Leopoldo de Almeida for the Portuguese World Fair in June 1940.
This is a painting of Martin Luther. Luther lived in Wittenburg and sparked the Reformation when he nailed the theses to the door. His acts were admired and caused a great change between people and the church.
This is an image is of Galileo Galilei being questioned by the inquisition. Galileo ran into problems with the church because of his studies and theories. Galileo had to serve a house arrest because of the church being worried about his theories being spread.