Renaissance Vocabulary. UNIT TWO If you see *** , it is optional to copy what is written. 1.) Trend. the general direction in which something tends to move
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If you see *** , it is optional to copy what is written
the general direction in which something tends to move
***Example: A trend during the Renaissance, people started valuing themselves and moving away from the church being the center of their thought and every day activities (Humanism)
A rebirth in thought, education, religion, art, architecture, science, math, and philosophy
***The ruler of Spain, Philip II, had a plan to overthrow Queen Elizabeth I of England. Philip II was a devout Roman Catholic so he used Queen Elizabeth’s religion, Protestant, against her calling her a heretic (enemy of the church). He attempted to have his cousin, Mary Queen of Scots become the new queen of England. Elizabeth fixed this problem by have Mary executed. Philip gets angry and threatens to attack using his spanish fleet of ships.
An attempt to overthrow Queen Elizabeth (protestant) of England by Spain’s ruler Philip II (Roman Catholic). Ended badly for the Spanish.
the right to rule sent directly from God, not chosen by the people
a split or division in the church due to differences in opinion
An agreement issued by the french King Henry the IV reinstating the rights of protestants and offering them freedom to come back and live/work freely.
marked the end of the religious wars between the protestants and the catholics