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Term: The Renaissance, which lasted from the 1300s to the 1500s, was a period of Definition: creativity and change in Europe Term: Leonardo da Vinci Definition: was truly a "Renaissance Man", known for his inventions, paintings, sculptures, etc. Term: What was one part of the Renaissance Definition: renewed interest in the classics Term: The Golden Age of Greece and the Renaissance in Europe were both Definition:
characterized mainly by Term: The Medici family gained their fame as Definition: Florentine bankers
Term: Artists in the Renaissance Definition: experimented with new styles Term: Compared to Medieval art, Renaissance art was Definition: more realistic Term: Who wrote a guide for rulers on how to gain and maintain power Definition: Machiavelli Term: A financial supporter of the arts is called a Definition: patron Term: The rules of what helped Renaissance painters to create realistic art Definition: perspective
Term: The rich Medici family was from the Italy city of Definition: Florence Term: What new technique allowed objects in art to look more realistic through Definition:
the use of light and shadow Term: How did the attitudes of Renaissance thinkers differ from those of medieval scholars Definition:
Term: The Prince is an example of what type of literature developed during the Definition:
Renaissance Term: Renaissance education was characterized by Definition: emphasis on developing the "complete individual"
Term: Common form of government of the Italian city-states of Florence, Genoa,

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