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6th grade_Renaissance and Reformation part 1

6th grade_Renaissance and Reformation part 1

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Greek and Roman
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During the Renaissance, there was a renewed interest in learning about _____ and _____ ideas.
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Italy had been the center of the Roman Empire, city states were poor, artists lived there.
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Why did the Renaissance begin in Italy?
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Florence
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This Italian city state was the first to grow wealthy, it produces the most artists, and it was known as "the birthplace of the Renaissance"
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Medici
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The wealth and patronage of the _____ family supported great works of art produced in Florence during this time and many of the greatest figures of the Renaissance.
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more realistic
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Because Humanism emphasized the individual and daily life, paintings, sculptures, and other works of art became _____ than works of the medieval period.
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chiaroscuro
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By using the technique of _____ artists were able to use light and shading to make their paintings look more realistic.
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perspective
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By using the technique of _____ artists were able to show three dimensionality.
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contrapposto
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Sculpting placed an emphasis on anatomical realism and saw use of _____ which allowed artists to show the body twisted as the head and/or shoulders faced a different direction that the hips or legs.
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vernacular
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Authors living during the Renaissance started to write in the everyday language of the people known as the _____. This allowed more people to read their works.
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Niccolo Machiavelli
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_____, a diplomat in Florence, wrote The Prince in 1513.
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vocals
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Music during the Renaissance saw a greater emphasis on _____ and a wider support from the masses during the development of the printing press.
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arch and dome
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During the Renaissance, architects continued to use the classical ideas of the Greeks and Romans and developed the _____ and _____ as seen in the Duomo in Florence and St. Peter's Basilica in Rome
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secular
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Like art and philosophy, music became more _____ during the Renaissance.
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they wanted to find a balance between faith and reason
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How did humanism impact religion?
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printing press
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What was the key to spreading humanist ideas as well as ideas of the Renaissance and Reformation throughout Europe?
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They focused on this world.
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What does is mean that people became more secular during the Renaissance?
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banking
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Florence grew wealthy though _____.
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religious themes
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Most of the art created during the Renaissance focused on _____.
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Mona Lisa
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Leonardo da Vinci painted the _____.
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Sistine Chapel
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Michelangelo painted the _____.
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Calvinism
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John Calvin's reformational teachings were known as _____.
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printing press
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Johannes Gutenberg created the _____.
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95 Thesis
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Martin Luther wrote the _____.
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