The Northern Renaissance

The Northern - • a Imperial election and Rome • b Dynastic considerations • c Paper Power • 2 Imperial Patronage • 3 Latin Texts and

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The Northern Renaissance
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Names, Terms, Dates Hapsburg emperors: Frederick III (1415-93; emperor after 1452); Maximilian I (1459-1519; emperor after 1508); Charles V (1500-1558; emperor 1519-56; king of Spain, 1516-56) Conradus Celtis [Konrad Pickel] (1459-1508), poet laureate, Nuremberg, 1487 Aeneas Silvius Piccolomini (1405-64), Pope Pius II after 1458 Tacitus, Germania 1 st c. CE . Arminius, German leader 1 st c. BCE Ulrich von Hutten (1488-1523) Fraktur Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528)
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Outline Humanism in a Cold Climate 1. England, France, and (less cold) Spain 2. The German Empire The Renaissance in German Lands 1. Imperial Politics of the Habsburgs
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Unformatted text preview: • a. Imperial election and Rome • b. Dynastic considerations • c. Paper Power • 2. Imperial Patronage • 3. Latin Texts and German Patriotism • a. Aeneas Silvius and Tacitus’ Germania • b. Conrad Celtis, Ulrich von Hutten • c. Fraktur Bella gerant alii, tu felix Austria nube; Nam quae Mars aliis, dat tibi diva Venus. Others may wage war, you, happy Austria, marry;/for what Mars gives to others, the goddess Venus gives to you. • Alles Erdreich Ist Ősterreich Untertan (The whole world is subject to Austria) • Austria Est Imperare Orbi Universo (Austria is destined to rule the whole world) Fraktur and Jenson Roman...
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2008 for the course HIST 212 taught by Professor Hughes during the Spring '08 term at University of Michigan.

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The Northern - • a Imperial election and Rome • b Dynastic considerations • c Paper Power • 2 Imperial Patronage • 3 Latin Texts and

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