the relationship between medal printing press and the wine press. First decade of orienting thousands to millions- 1800s billions of books 1455- Middle of the great are buildings in Florence Discoveries of ancient books will now circulate more and moreExplosion of books will undermine the authority of the church and if political and religious authority. 1480-1more than 100 printing presses Life in the print shop which would remain the same until the 19th century: a master (handle/make the print), people who can handle making paper, the machinery, need the head of the print shop to read the books.Venice you will get people who the scholars will be the printersPrint gets cheaper to do the quality of the book goes down1500s the print revolution had taken offEffects of the printing1.Vernacular Language2.Expands literacy 3.Now the everyday people could have the books that were only available to the wealthy people4.Print started making authority; print would solidify knowledge because it is more stable than a manuscript5.Gutenberg made most of his money by producing indulgences6.7.
Lesson 817:20The Prince-1676 becomes popularPaper cost will be the most expensive part of book making Johannes Gutenberg(1395-1468)He lived in Mainz Germany Marriage of Ferdinand of Aragon(1479-1516) and Isabella de Castile(1474-1504) Aragon and Castile are united as oneMany of the portraits of Ferdinand and Isabella are medieval the Renaissance has not reached SpainReconquista(1492)Palacio de La Alhambra (overrule the moor King)Isabella dies and Ferdinand marries the queen of NavarraThey tax saltWool for clothing is the most important and they make much of its money from it; more unified tax collection system The rise of the monarchical states; very different than the Italian city states1492: Spain begins to have relations to Genoa, and they show them to their bank systemChristopher Columbus is a Merchant: while he’s studying banking, mercantile arts, inGenoa; he comes across Ptolemy mapColumbus is a humanist; he does not think the world is flat& tries to convince the Portuguese, but they do not patronage his idea. But the Spanish crown would patronage his sailing because they believe that converting the souls will being them closer to God Humanism which is about discovering the past will lead into tools to create and what to do with new toolsColumbus: First European to claim landmasses in the AmericasSpanish take over Naples (1492): the Spanish empire will continue to grow Spain Taxed: wool
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