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This. This. is…. This. is…. HUMANISM. RENAISSANCE ART. URBAN SOCIETY. VOCABULARY. ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS. POTPOURRI. F. RENAISSANCE ART. URBAN SOCIETY. ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS. HUMANISM. POTPOURRI. VOCABULARY. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200.

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Collectively grammar, rhetoric, poetry, moral philosophy, and history have become known as these.

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An intellectual movement during the Renaissance that was based on the study of classical writing.

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Name of the period within European history marked by feudalism and the growing influence of the Catholic Church.

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This Renaissance artist is buried in the Pantheon, the most complete ruin of ancient Roman civilization.

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Because of their interest in the human body, many Renaissance painters studied this scientific field.

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English author whose Canterbury Tales became notable for it use of vernacular, or the language of a time and place.

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The name of the following work of art, often pointed to as an example of Humanist philosophy within Renaissance Art.

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