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The Renaissance Week 1. Compiled by Amy . What was the Renaissance?. Milan Traded Arms Florence traded Cloth Venice and Genoa Traded with the Ottoman Empire Sent textiles that were dyed. Venetians expert ship builders Sialors Merchants Also traded with Ottoman Empire

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the renaissance week 1

The RenaissanceWeek 1

Compiled by Amy

what was the renaissance
What was the Renaissance?

Milan Traded Arms

Florence traded Cloth

Venice and Genoa

Traded with the Ottoman Empire

Sent textiles that were dyed.

Venetians

expert ship builders

Sialors

Merchants

Also traded with Ottoman Empire

More trade meant more wealth

http://mrgrayhistory.wikispaces.com/UNIT+10+-+THE+RENAISSANCE

petrarch 1304
Petrarch 1304
  • Italian Poet
  • Humanist Called the Father of Humanism
  • Model of Lyrical Poetry
  • Actually coined the phrase “Dark Ages” as the time after Rome fell
  • Wrote Sonnets!
petrarchan sonnet
Petrarchan Sonnet

Iambic Pentameter

  • Da Dum
  • Da dum da dum da dum da dum da dum
  • http://www.wikihow.com/Write-a-Sonnet
humanism
Humanism

Renaissance humanism

College Humanities

History

Literature

Public Speaking

Art

Psychology

We see are rise in writers, artists, and more!

  • Spirit of learning
  • Revival of Classical letters.
  • New love of knowledge
  • Renewal in the belief that human beings could decide on truth or falsehood using logic and reason.
durante d egli alighieri dante
Durante DegliAlighieriDante
  • Italian Poet
  • Wrote in Italian NOT Latin!
  • Known as the Father of the Italian Language and Supreme Poet
  • Wrote the Divine Comedy
    • Inferno, Purgatorio, and Paradiso
    • Led by the Poet Virgil and then by Beatrice
manuel chrysoloras
Manuel Chrysoloras

Born in Constantinople

Studied Ancient Greek

Began collecting and translating old manuscripts

Became a Professor in Florence in 1397

No one had studied Greek in Italy for 700 years

People liked how he translated old books, legends, and knowledge.

They began also learning greek.

This is part of the Rebirth of the Renaissance

People became fascinated by history!

They went on quests to find unknown books.

medici bank 1397
Medici Bank 1397
  • Largest and most respected bank in Europe during the Renaissance
  • The family became the wealthiest in Europe at the time.
  • The had political power.
  • They had Papal power.
  • They married Kings and Queens!
  • They were good at banking.
  • They created the double entry system of debits and credits, deposits and withdrawals.
  • Giovanni di Bicci entered banking on his own.
  • His son Cosimo the Elder became head of state in Florence.
pepper and allum
Pepper and Allum

Pepper came from the Arab world and was controlled by Venice

Allum Came from Anatolia and was controlled by Venice

http://peppertrail.com/inner.php?menu_id=3&sm1_id=30&index_id=1

fabric of the renaissance
Fabric of the Renaissance

The cloth was not boring or single color.

These examples can be viewed in museums.

This cloth was made in Venice during the Renaissance

The cloth to the right has the Medici Arms on it from the Renaissance.

http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/velv/hd_velv.htm