THE RENAISSANCE

"The Rebirth"

THE MANORIAL SYSTEM

economic system that revolved around self sufficient farming estate and lords peasants share land..
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The feudal system

system of government in witch power is divided between a central or federal government and indicial states..
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EXPLAIN THE IMPORTANCE OF CHARLEMAGNE

inherited the Frankish throne 768-814 he spread Christianity. he brought civilization barbarian Europe..
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Explain the disagreement and outcome between pope gregorey vii and king henrey iv

pope believe that the church was supreme spiritual...
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What role did the church play in medieval..

it had broad political power..it provided many function that the central government of Europe didn't have....
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WHAT LED TO THE GROWTH OF TOWNS AND CITIES DURING THIS TIME PERIOD..

Trade routes and trade fairs.....
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WHAT IS A GUILD....?

A medieval association of craftsmen or merchants, often having considerable power........
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EXPLAIN THE STEPS TO BECOME A MEMBER OF THE GUILD...

1.apprentice

2.parents paid master workers

3.could take 5 to 9 years

4.journeyman

5.paid wages by a master

6.could become master

7.then a guild member

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WERE DID THE RENAISSANCE BEGIN...?

In Northern Italy after the Black Death in 1350......
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WHAT IS THE RENAISSANCE...?

movements following the middle age that centered on reviving of the interest in the classical learning of Greece Rome and France word me "rebirth"...
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WHAT IS A RENAISSANCE MAN....?

A person with many talents or knowledge !!

EX. Leonardo de Vinci~ he was an Architect, Scientist, Engineer, Sculptor, and Painter.

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WHAT ARE THE CHARECTERISTICS OF A HUMANIST...?

~Resurgent study of classical and antiquity.

~ In many respects continued the grammatical and rhetorical traditions of the middle age...

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explain what role THE FOLLOWING PEOPLE PLAYED IN THE RENAISSANCE....

~Machiavelli- WROTE THE PRINCE AND THE POWER AND SUCCESS.

~Leonardo Da Vince-man of many talent , he was an architect,engineer, painter, sculptor, and scientist..

~Michelangelo-was brilliant painter..

~Raphael-so popular the pope hired him the ovations

~Dante-the father of the Italian language.

~Erasmus-most influential humanist of northern Europe...

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The Protestant Reformation....

The Schism within Western Christianity initiated by Martin Luther, john Calvin, and other early Protestant reformers...
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WHAT ROLE DID ROLE DID MARTIN LUTHER PLAY.....?

He questioned the Catholic Church and the ability to define Christian practice....
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WHAT ROLE DID JOHN CALVIN PLAY....?

John Calvin is at least on a par with Martin Luther as the creator of the Reformation. Luther's followers created a formal church, but Calvin's followers created many churches.....
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THE COUNTER REFORMATION......

The Counter - Reformation was the movement within the Roman Catholic Church in the 16th and 17th centuries that tried to eliminate abuses within that church and to respond to the Protestant Reformation...

THE IMPORTANCE OF THE COUNCIL OF TRENT....

important part in determining the outcome of the Counter Reformation. Along with the part played by the Jesuits and certain individuals, the Council of Trent was a central feature of the Counter-Reformation. But whether Trent represented a positive move by the Catholic Church remains contentious

WHO WERE THE JUSUITS...?

catholic religious order founded by Ignatius de Loyola in 1534...

EXPLAIN THE ENGLISH REFORMATION AND IMPORTANCE

series of events in 16th century England by which the Church of England broke away from the authority of the Pope and the Catholic Church.

WHO LED THE ENGLISH REFORMATION

HENRY VII

HAVE A GENERAL UNDERSTANDING OF THE ROLE AND IMPACT OF HENRY VII and his wives and his children on religion and england..

Henry VIII June 28, 1491 – January 28, 1547 was King of England and Lord of Ireland (later King of Ireland) from April 22, 1509, until his death. He was the second monarch of the Tudor dynasty, succeeding his father, Henry VII of England. He is famous for having been married six times and for wielding the most untrammeled power of any British monarch

EXPLAIN THE IMPORTANT OF THE PRINTING PRESS...

Helped spread Christianity, by being able to print books instead of being written by hand....