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Period of 'Rebirth' during the 1300's-1500's
A person who attends a royal court as a companion/adviser to the king or queen
Organization founded by German merchant communities that later dominated northern European trade action from the 13th to the 15th century.
Language native to a region (ex. Italian)
Worldly; non-religous
Someone who financially supports/funds art
A focus on the potential of mankind
The economic theory that governed European economies during the sixteenth-eighteenth century. It involved principles such as hoarding precious metals, increasing ship building, sup
Spanish explorers
The exchange of disease, food, livestock, and other products between the Old World and the New World during the Age of Exploration
Map-making
English court established by King Henry VII
Individuals bought shares in a company and received dividends on their investments
Device used to determine latitude and time based on the position of the sun and other celestial bodies in the sky
Most powerful family in Florence
Controversial pope from the Borgia family. Famous for fathering - and acknowledging - several children despite being the Pope
Pope during the sack of Rome; Henry VIII requested a divorce from Catherine of Aragon from him
Author of The Prince
Founder/Patriarch of the Medici family
King and Queen of Spain who funded Columbus's explorations
Pope who commissioned the painting of the Sistine Chapel
Extremely wealthy family who gained a monopoly on the copper industry and had the support of the Hapsburgs
Medici who was a powerful patron of Renaissance art and is considered the most brilliant of the Medici
Medici pope who rebuilt St. Peters
Author of Utopia
One of the earliest humanists; 'Father' of Renaisance humanism
Humanist and 'first modern historian'
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Inventor of the printing press
Italian humanist, author, poet, philosopher - considered the ultimate 'Renaissance man'
Author of The Book of the Courtier
Most famous Renaissance playwright
Author of 'The Divine Comedy'
Criticized the Donation of Constantine; challenged Church authority
Florentine painter, drawer, inventor - painted Mona Lisa
Flemish Northern Renaissance painter - painted 'Children's Games'
Greatest scholar of the Northern Renaissance - wrote 'The Praise of Folly'
Painted 'School of Athens'
Painted 'La Primavera' and 'The Birth of Venus'
Flemish/Northern Renaissance painter - 'The Arnolfini Portrait'
Italian Renaissance sculptor; 'David'
Painted the Sistine Chapel ceiling
Venetian explorer, wrote 'Travels', sailed to Kublai Khan's court
Italian explorer, 'discovered' the New World under the support of Ferdinand and Isabella
First European to reach India by sea
Famous Portuguese sponsor of exploration
Explorer who sailed around the Cape of Good Hope
Explorer who America is named after
Conquistador who discovered and destroyed Aztec empire
1454 peace agreement between Italian city-states
1455-1487 war between the House of Lancaster and the House of York for control of England
1494 agreement that divided New World into portions for Spain and Portugal
Florentine architect, designed 'il Duomo' (famous dome in Florence)
A form of humanism that places an emphasis on the civic duty of the common man

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