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europe s transition to the renaissance
Europe’s Transition to the Renaissance

Fill out the handout as you go through the presentation

the black death click forward and examine the image what details do you see
The Black DeathClick forward and examine the image. What details do you see?

Triumph of Death

c. 1562 (220 Kb); Oil on panel, 117 x 162 cm; Museo del Prado, Madrid

http://www.ibiblio.org/wm/paint/auth/bruegel/death.jpg

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Europe’s Transition to the Renaissance

Black Death killed 1/3 of Europe’s population

Peasants revolted and demanded more freedoms

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Minimize the Presentation and watch the videos about the Black Death on the wiki. When you are finished, return to the presentation.
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The Hundred Years’ WarExamine the image. What details do you see?This is Joan of Arc, a famous French woman who commanded an army during the 100 Years’ War, which was between Britain and France. Though she was captured and burned by the British for being a witch, she helped France win the war.

Joan of Arc at the Siege of Orléans

Jules Eugène Lenepveu, painted 1886–1890

http://www.answers.com/topic/siege-of-orl-ans

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Europe’s Transition to the Renaissance

Black Death killed 1/3 of Europe’s population

Peasants revolted and demanded more freedom

Hundred Years’ War allowed monarchs to build huge armies of peasants, which reduced power of lords and knights and increased patriotism

trade and commerce change town life click forward and examine the image what details do you see
Trade and Commerce Change Town LifeClick forward and examine the image. What details do you see?

French manuscript

Fifteenth century, depicting the excahnge of goods and money

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Europe’s Transition to the Renaissance

Black Death killed 1/3 of Europe’s population

Peasants revolted and demanded more freedom

Hundred Years’ War allowed monarchs to build huge armies of peasants, which reduced power of lords and knights and increased patriotism

Trade expands; People moved to cities to earn better wages; form guilds

Status began to be determined by wealth and ability, not just birthright; The idea of a Middle Class begins to form

the growth of italian city states below is an image of florence during the 1400s
The Growth of Italian City-StatesBelow is an image of Florence during the 1400s

Pianta della Catena

c. 1470, painting of Florence cityscape

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Europe’s Transition to the Renaissance

Black Death killed 1/3 of Europe’s population

Peasants revolted and demanded more freedom

Hundred Years’ War allowed monarchs to build huge armies of peasants, which reduced power of lords and knights and increased patriotism

The Medici family became patrons of Florence by using their profits to promote scholarship and the arts while they governed the city

Middle class merchants gained control of great sums of money by organizing banks, which lent money to monarchs and nobles

Trade expands; People moved to cities to earn better wages; form guilds

Status began to be determined by wealth and ability, not birthright; The idea of a Middle Class begins to take form

Italian cities, with ties to Byzantine and Muslim merchants, became rich and powerful

the spirit of the renaissance
The Spirit of the Renaissance

Cardinal Bessarion

Humanist in his study, 15th century

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Europe’s Transition to the Renaissance

Middle Ages – a devotion to God and the maintenance of a strict social hierarchy

Renaissance – a rebirth of classical learning and a belief in human potential

Breakdown of Feudalism

Scholars and artists looked to art and writings from ancient Greece and Rome for guidance (Classical learning)

Black Death killed 1/3 of Europe’s population

Peasants revolted and demanded more freedom

Crusades to the Middle East and the resulting spread of Greek and Islamic scholars made Europeans eager to learn more about the world

Hundred Years’ War allowed monarchs to build huge armies of peasants, which reduced power of lords and knights and increased patriotism

Medici family of Florence used their profits to promote scholarship and the arts (patrons) while they governed the city

Middle class merchants gained control of great sums of money by organizing banks, which lent money to monarchs and nobles

Trade expands; People moved to cities to earn better wages; form guilds

Status began to be determined by wealth and ability, not just birthright; The idea of a Middle Class takes form

Italian cities, with ties to Byzantine and Muslim merchants, became rich and powerful

so what is the renaissance it is the beginning of modern europe
So, what is the Renaissance? It is the Beginning of Modern Europe
  • Era in Europe characterized by financial, artistic, social, scientific, and political growth
  • Started in the Italian city-states and spreads North
  • Public focus shifted from religion and the afterlife to the secular (non-religious) world
  • Much of the financial growth was used to support the arts
connecting the dots
Connecting the dots…
  • What is the connection between the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, and the time period we just finished studying, the Age of European Exploration?
  • In your notebook, create a simple flowchart. Draw a symbol or image for each era, and put them in correct chronological order:
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Middle Renaissance Age of Ages 1400s-1500s Exploration473-1400s late 1400s and on

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Europe’s Transition to the Renaissance

Middle Ages – a devotion to ____ and the maintenance of a strict _______________

Renaissance – a _______________________ and a belief in human ____________

Breakdown of _________

Scholars and artists looked to art and writings from ancient ______ ___________ for guidance (Classical learning)

___________ killed 1/3 of Europe’s population

__________ revolted and demanded more ________

__________ and the spread of Greek and Islamic scholars made Europeans eager to learn more about ___________

______________________ allowed monarchs to build huge armies of _______ and reduced power of _________________

_________ family of ____________ used their profits to promote scholarship and the ______ (patrons) while they governed the city

Middle class merchants gained control of great sums of money by organizing ______, which lent money to __________________

Trade expands; People moved to _____ to earn better wages; form _______

Status began to be determined by _________________, not just birthright; Idea of ______________ takes form

_______________, with ties to Byzantine and Muslim merchants, became rich and powerful