The Italian Renaissance: Review Sheet

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Unit One: The Italian Renaissance
Review Sheet
1. People to know:
-Savonarola-gained power in Florence in 1494. Exercised strict rule until overthrown in 1498 -Julius II-The Warrior Pope. Led armies against the French and Venetians -Tudors (why powerful?)- Edward IV Richard IIHenry VII. Used Star Chamber against nobles and Henry VII rebuilt monarchy -Ferdinand of Aragon and Isabella of Castile (Inquisition why?)-Marriage created union of Spain. Completed Reconquista and Inquisition anti-Semitism -Charles V/Hapsburg- Holy Roman Emperor.1521: Habsburg-Valois WarsBattlefield was often Italy -Mirandola- Oration of the Dignity of Man

-“Renaissance popes”- Became increasingly secular .Nicholas VPius II Sixtus IVAlexander ViJulius IILeo X

2.Vocabulary: converses, hermanades, Renaissance, oligarchies, signori, commune, popolo (what did they want?/what was their condition?), humanism, secularism, individualism, Pragmatic Sanction of Bourges, infanticide/foundling hospitals, Medici Family (how they got their wealth), Quattrocento

3. Art: How artists were viewed, how they viewed medieval past, Michelangelo, Ghiberti, Raphael, Da Vinci, patrons (why support artists?), Brunelleschi (Dome of St. Peter’s), Jan Van Eyck 4.Printing Press: changes it brought, when? Who?

5.New Monarchs: Who supported? Who resisted?, Charles VII of France centralizing efforts, tactics of the English kings (Henry VII and Henry VIII) to gain power, Star Chamber, Ferdinand and Isabella tactics, Iberian Peninsula, War of the Roses 6.Ideas: View of rape in Renaissance; view of black slaves; women in the Renaissance/upper class versus ordinary women; source of wealth of Italian communes 7.Writers: Castiglione (The Book of the Courtier), Machiavelli (The Prince/views), Dante (Divine Comedy), Petrarch, Laura Cereta (women ideas), Peter Paul Vergerio (education), Lorenzo Valla (textual criticism), Boccaccio (The Decameron), Erasmus (In Praise of Folly/ideas), 8....
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