general conflict of the Bourbon–Habsburg rivalry for European political pre-eminence, leading in turn to further warfare between France and the Habsburg powers. A major consequence of the Thirty Years' War was the devastation of entire regions, denuded by the foraging armies
Peace of Westphalia (1648...
Question 1: How would you describe the relationshipbetweenpoliticalpower and personalwealth in the Renaissance? Your response should consider both Italy and other areas in Europe.
The relationshipbetweenpoliticalpower and personalwealth in the...
and groundwork for exploration, imperialism, and industrialization.
2. The European landmass has provided incredibly difficult for one political entity to control. This lead to frequent warfare and shifts in the balance of power. It also defines European political and diplomatic history...
political reasons, to the purpose of personal enjoyment, to the desire of flaunting to others. Sometimes their impacts limited the artists, other times they helped the artist become better skilled and more notable. Either way, the relationshipbetween the patrons and the artists heavily influenced the...
’. Sociological: order as good and bad) and political obligations, which depend upon a contract or agreement among people to form the society in which they live
-Laws made his way of life
-Relationshipbetween citizens and the laws of the city are not coerced (should be voluntarily chosen...
They define a relationshipbetween man and God in which as much as possible is attributed to God and as little as possible is attributed to man. Man is irremediably weak and evil.
1. Sola Fide – by faith alone.
Emphasizes the insignificance of reason and the primacy of revelation. It...
- Utopia- Philosohy outlining a perfect society.
Shakespeare- English poet and playwright. Between 1590-1613 wrote 37 plays.
Section 3 Protestant Reformation
a. Competed for politicalpower.
b. Fought wars to expand their own power.
c. Indulgences- Person could lessen their...
position was dependent on his personal appeal rather than a constitutional office.
I. Gender and Power
While the general political tendency in Archaic Greece was to broaden the political franchise within the poleis, the trend to democratization did not extend to women. The Greek household was...
the more accurate assessment? Defend your response.
Describe the personal and politicalrelationshipbetween Elizabeth I and Mary Stuart.
Why did Philip II take upon himself the leadership of the Catholic Counter-Reformation? Why was Spain ideally suited to be the instrument of Philip's...
monopolize politicalpower and transmit possession of it by inheritance, and the tendency toward a dislocation of old forces and an insurgence of new forces; and this conflict produces an unending ferment of endosmosis and exosmosis between the upper classes and certain portions of the lower. Ruling...
, multiple criteria such as wealth, office-holding, ancestry, personal networks, correct social behavior). Broad political changes reshaped the path to honor (sixteenth century).
One of the main factors differentiating the precise currency of honor at work in the Renaissance was gender. That is...
driven. The Catholic Reformation also known as the Counter Reformation allowed the church to clearly define its position, eliminate unchristian practices and examine its role in world.
This paper will address the political motivators of the Counter Reformation, the unchristian practices that fueled...
common European unity identity. Examples of how periods/names historians come up with to define/break up events in history.
The Renaissance – period of enormous cultural flourishing. Also politically, Machiavelli, one of the founders of political science, how do your rule how do you keep your...
Characteristics of the Italian Renaissance
• +/- 1000 years between them and the end the of the Roman Empire the “Middle Ages”
• much continuity in economic, political and social life between the MA and Renaissance
• Italian City States were economic, political, scientific, economic, and...
in Latin Europe, this was based off of blood descent. This encompassed the feelings between colonists toward native peoples.
cultural achievements of the 14th through 16th centuries; those achievements rest on the economic and political developments of earlier centuries...
among individuals’ members of an extended family.
The nuclear family was coming into being.
Marriages became a more personal affair, less a relationshipbetween two families.
Loyalty to one’s family remained a powerful value, even as loyalty to the state become more prominent.
Young men were...
and contrast the relationshipbetween the artist and society in the Renaissance/Reformation period to the relationshipbetween the artist and society in the late nineteenth century.
Can be given after study of late 19th century society (U6)
2006 (#6): In the period 1815-1900, political...
reinforce their power and majesty during the High Renaissance (1450-1527) Humans are no longer frail creatures, but possess a vast range of human powers. Involve vs. Monasticism Proper enjoyment of wealth vs. poverty Civic humanism: Build hospitals, fountains, squares, sculpture, parks, instead of...
Cultural patterns of behaviour
Personal traits and social positions
Hierarchy of power and resource allocation
Unequal distribution of wealth, power and privileges between men and women
Male and female advantages or disadvantages are cultural
Intersexed people: individuals with some...
supporter of the arts and literature, his time in power has been called the `Augustine age of the Italian renaissance`
* The palazzo vecchio was the political centre of renaissance Florence
* The palazzo Petti was the residence of the Medici Family
Life of Machiavelli
* Born in 1469...