engineers of the renaissance - complete

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1 The Great Minds Who Influenced the Technological Leaps During the Renaisance Engineers of the Renaisance Renaisance Engineers Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) Nicholas Copernicus (1473-1543) Galilei Galileo (1564-1642) Johannes Keplar(1571-1630) Christiaan Huygens (1629-1695) Robert Hooke (1635-1703) Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727) Middle Ages Fragmented Feudal Society Agricultural Economy Church-Dominated Intellectual Life Cultural Life Renaisance Background Revival or Rebirth renewed interest in the arts. Began in Italy 14th Century Spread Throughout Europe Beginning of Renaisance Society Transforms Central Political Institutions Lay Patronage of Education The arts Music Science Leonardo daVinci
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2 Leonardo daVinci 1452-1519 Family estate Vinci, near Empoli Childhood in Vinci Goes to Florence Apprentice (1469) Studio of Verrocchio Corporation of Painters Member (1472) Completes First Known Drawing "La valle dell'Arno" "The Arno Valley" (1473) Personal Chronology Personal Chronology Paintings "Baptism of Christ" (1475) Paints an angel Verrocchio's "The Annunciation" (1477) Portrait of Ginevra de'Benci (1478) "San Gerolamo" (1481) "The Adoration of the Magi" (1481) "Virgin of the Rocks" (1483-6) Personal Chronology Leaves Florence for Milan (1482) In the service of Ludovico Sforza Explores Human Flight (1486) Manuscripts Anatomical Drawings Personal Chronology Designs Flying Machine (1492) Works on Giant Equestrian Statue Francesco Sforza(1493) Personal Chronology Studies Resistance of Arcades (1494) Various Types Paintings Second "Virgin of the Rocks" (1494) "The Last Supper" (1495) "Madonna & Child with St. Anne"(1499)
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3 Personal Chronology Meets Luca Pacioli Mathematician Studies Euclid (1496) Leaves Milan (1499) Returns to Florence Stops in Mantu Venice (1500) Personal Chronology Titled as a Military Engineer (1502) Cesare Borgia Designs War Machines (1502-3) Draws Topographical Maps (1502-3) Draws Studies "The Battle of Anghiari" (1503-6) Personal Chronology Paints "Mona Lisa" (1504) Studies Fluid Elements Water, Air and Fire (1508) Returns to Milan (1508) Paints "St. Anne" (1509) Personal Chronology Anatomical Research (1510) Goes to Rome Seeks Patronage of Pope Leo X (15613) Constructs Mechanical Lion Francis I, King of France (1515) Paints "Self-Portrait" (1515) Personal Chronology Goes to Court of Francis I, Amboise (1516) Designs a Palace Romorantin(1517) Dies in Amboise May 2, 1519. da Vinci’s Weapons
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4 Siege Defenses Idea for Pushing Away Enemy Ladders When Defending a Fortress. Ever Built
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