2-14-07 Notes - 2/14/2007 TEST ON MONDAY THROUGH NUMBER 5...

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2/14/2007 TEST ON MONDAY THROUGH NUMBER 5 ON SYLLABUS (EXCLUDE ART) BLUE BOOK FOR TEST Julius II, known as the Papa Terribile (Awesome Pope), wanted to lead his troops into the assault on the breach of Balogna. Made very effect use of his diplomatic skills to make an alliance with the swiss. Famous as a patron of art and architecture. Tore down the old St. Peters (built by Constantine) and built a new one, called the New St. Peters (to this day). Bramante is responsible for the design, Michaelangelo was responsible for the dome, and Bernini finished the church off. Wasn't finished until about 1520, about a century later. Has a direct impact on the Reformation. Julius Excluded, a satire about Julius II probably written by Erasmus, where in a poem he is not accepted into heaven because he is wearing armor instead of his papacy clothing. The only keys he could find are to his treasure chest and his armory. Julius II died in 1513, the next pope elected is Louis X, member of the Medici family. He is pope when the Reformation begins in 1517. He is written about as the perfect pope: smart, handsome, great diplomat, if only he had interest in theology. Humanism – literary side of the reformation.
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2008 for the course HIST 3344 taught by Professor Mjalexander during the Spring '07 term at Virginia Tech.

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2-14-07 Notes - 2/14/2007 TEST ON MONDAY THROUGH NUMBER 5...

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