Welcome to 1490 - Welcome to 1490 LATE MEDIEVAL/ EARLY...

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Welcome to 1490 LATE MEDIEVAL/ EARLY MODERN (1330-1490) I. The Babylonian Captivity of the Papacy A. Avingnon France (1309-78) B. “Clements” C. Rival (Italian) Pope in Rome D. Council of Pisa (1409) = Three Popes II. Council of Constance (1412-15) A. Called by the Holy Roman Emperor Sigismund B. Diposed all three reigning Popes C. Passed the decree Sacrocancta D. Passed the decree Frequens E. Conciliar Reformers: Marsilius of Padua (1290-1343), and Nicholas of Cusa (1401- 64) III. The Renaissance (“rebirth”) A. New Culture: Italian merchants bring the west into contact with the intellectual treasures of classical Greek and Rome. B. New Learning: ad fonts (“to the sources”). Original texts of Greek and Latin Classics fuel and intellectual revolution. C. New Ideas: “Humanism” Dignity and Beauty of Humanity Stress upon the ability of human reason Immanence of God Humanity of Jesus, Mary etc.
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