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Technique that allowed artists to convey a sense of distance in paintings.
Type of painting done on wet plaster.
This style is often associated with the large buildings of the period.
Church at which many famous artists and figures of the Renaissance are buried.
German painter who was one of the first to “sign” his works.
This invention helped to spread the ideas of the time throughout Europe.
Developed the 10x telescope to study the moon and Jupiter.
The fall of this city helped bring Western Europe into contact with many “new” scientific ideas.
Polish astronomer who developed a sun centered universe model.
The use of this type of paint, which dried very quickly, was replaced with the development of oil paints.
Made from sheepskin, this was a common instrument of the Renaissance.
This English author was known for his many sonnets and plays
He wrote The Divine Comedy.
Geoffrey Chaucer wrote this story of a group of pilgrims and the stories they shared.
Franco-Flemish composer and singer, he was also known as Piersson.
This way of thinking helped to bring challenges to the power structure of Europe.
Because it was located along these, Italy became the birthplace of the European Renaissance.
This powerful woman reigned as Queen of England from 1558-1603.
The Medici family controlled this Italian city-state.
These groups were formed around trades/jobs and helped create power for some workers.
A German monk who led protests against the teachings of the Church.
The English king who broke from the Church over the issue of marriage.
Calvin’s belief that everyone's fate is determined at birth.
Papers sold by the Church to reduce the time someone would wait to enter heaven.
Followers of Calvin from this country were called Presbyterians.