B Although it might not be elite households consist of men taking change and

B although it might not be elite households consist

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B. Although it might not be elite, households consist of men taking change and women taking care of the house and the children. Men always had control during this period while elite men had even more control and a say over the politics, religion and other thingsssssss III. Lusanna and Giovanni A. Giovanni had the power to overturn the sentence because he knew the Medicis. The witnesses Giovanni chose also shows that there was a clear class divide amongst the witnesses. With the power of Giovanni’s money and witnesses, Lusanna ultimately lost the case. B. After Giovanni gets convicted he goes to Rome to use his power from the Medici’s to get it overturned.
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C. Florence was run by the merchant guilds with strong banking ties. The most powerful was the textile guild to which Giovanni’s family, the de Casas, belonged. D. Women, on the other hand, were basically stuck in the Medieval Period. Women were not considered citizens and thus were denied political rights and were required to have a man represent them and account for them as seen in Giovanni and Lusanna by Lusanna needing her brother to represent her in court. What changed early modern Europe more: art and ideas, war, or disease and environmental change? I. Started off with the Renaissance A. It was the age of new ideas and art and it helped Europe go from a simple lifestyle to a place with culture and historical value. 1. Da Vinci - did everything (Renaissance man) a) Introduced anatomy--education of the body b) humanist 2. humanist II. Buildings marked significance throughout the cities A. Brunelleschi 1. Brunelleschi left his mark with the Dome B. Ghilberti 1. helped with the Dome (competition vs. Brunelleschi) C. Michelangelo 1. created iconic artwork like David. III. Religious reform A. Erasmus 1. Born: Herasmus Gerritszoon, son of priest 2. becomes: Desiderius Erasmus, Humanist 3. Rejects monastic life 4. Courts want him, he needs them 5. “Patron Saint of Networkers” 6. Christian Humanist works 7. published religious works → rewrote the new testament and Praise of folly 8. attacks degener’ g,’’’’’’’’’[ating church, politics 9. reform happening 10.big reformer 11.through publications 12.important for the spread of ideas 13.patron saint of networkers 14.one of the wanderers B. Savonarola 1. Bonfire of the Vanities 2. He led the Bonfire of the Vanities where people burned their luxurious items because they were thought to be of sinful qualities C. Oration on the Dignity of Man
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1. A book by Giovanni Pico that compares man to fate/god. It eventually gets him in trouble with the church because the Pico believed that it’s up to the man to choose his fate and to celebrate mankind--to have secular ideas that challenge the church.
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