Thursday Warm Up 1. The Torah is the holy book of which religion?

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2. What countries border France? . 3. What empire was located in India in 1500?. 4. Which religions began in India? . 5. What is the major difference between Judaism & Christianity? . Renaissance. ID: 628504 Download Presentation

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Thursday Warm Up

1. The Torah is the holy book of which religion?

2. What countries border France?

3. What empire was located in India in 1500?

4. Which religions began in India?

5. What is the major difference between Judaism & Christianity?

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Renaissance

Begins in Italy in 1350

Intellectual and artistic movement that marks the beginning of the modern world.

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Leonardo da Vinci ‘Vitruvian Man’

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The Renaissance

“Rebirth” of classical knowledge.

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Humanism

Idea that human beings are capable of excellence through their OWN work.

Caused conflict with the church

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Secularism

Things that are “of the world”

Living in this world without regard to the next world

YOLO

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Artists

Painters, Sculptors…& ninja turtles

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Ninja Turtles or Renaissance Artists?

Leonardo (1425-1519)

Raphael (1483-1520)

Michelangelo (1475-1564)

Donatello (1386-1466)

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Raphael

“The School of Athens”

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Michelangelo

Statue of David

Ceiling of Sistine Chapel

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Donatello

Statue of David

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Leonardo da Vinci

Mona Lisa

The Last Supper

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Shakespeare

Writer of plays, sonnets & essays

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Erasmus-author, humanist

Author of

In Praise of Folly

Satire-meant to be funny but purpose is social criticism

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Lady with an Ermine

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Portrait of Giovanni

Arnolfini

and His Wife

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The Girl With the Pearl Earring

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Pieta

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The Birth of Venus

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Tognina Gonzales

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House of Medici

Rulers in Italy & patrons of the arts,

Credited with funding the Renaissance

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Politics

Humanists believed rulers should be virtuous

A virtuous ruler would be loved and obeyed

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Exit Slip

1. What is one difference between medieval art & Renaissance art?

2. Who created the statue of David?

3. Who painted the Mona Lisa?

4. What type of ruler does Machiavelli believe a king should be?

5. What is humanism?

6. Where did the Renaissance begin?

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