CHAPTER_17 - CHAPTER 17: THE RENAISSAINCE French "The...

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    CHAPTER 17: THE  RENAISSAIN CE
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    Renaissance?   French – “The  rebirth” Italian – “Again, be  born” About “learning” and  “art” During the 14 th   through the 17 th   Century Began in Italy in the  late Middle Ages and  spread to other 
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    During 900-1100… Europe’s economy had been largely  agricultural  Social structure was based on the principles  of feudalism  Trade was conducted by BARTER (exchange  of goods using no money) Over time, a wealthy urban business class      emerged, a class that would eventually      displace the landed aristocracy as the      dominant class in society
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    During the Renaissance… Powerful kings  and queens began  to control larger  regions - Spain,  France, and  England  Henry VIII  declared himself  head of the church  In England and  separated the  Church of England  from the Roman  Catholic Church 
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    Spain Ferdinand and Isabella held firm  control over the Spanish church  -helped to ensure the unity of Spain  
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This note was uploaded on 04/28/2008 for the course THEO 1000c taught by Professor Okafor during the Spring '08 term at St. Johns Duplicate.

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CHAPTER_17 - CHAPTER 17: THE RENAISSAINCE French "The...

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