Pro tip to assist you the major works are grouped by

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Pro Tip:To assist you, the Major Works are grouped by discipline, in order. The Objective Assessment will not ask you to remember their dates. The first one is completed for you as anexample. Major Works of ReligionName of the WorkCreator Name the work’s creator. Summary Briefly describe the work in one sentence or less.Themes Which theme(s)inspired this work?In Praise of Folly Erasmus This essay satires the Catholic Church’s problems & corruption during The Renaissance. Reformation Ninety-Five Theses Major Works of Literature16
The Prince The Courtier Major Works of Theater Hamlet Doctor Faustus Major Works of Art Mona Lisa The Sistine Chapel David Young Hare 17
The School of Athens Major Works of Architecture St. Peter’s Basilica Major Works of Music “As Vesta was Descending” Cultural Exchange & Diversity in The Renaissance Cultural exchange is the sharing of ideas that occurs when Western, European cultures interact withthose outside of itself. Through trade and exploration, Europe’s cultures began to include ideas andgoods gained from the wider world. Pro Tip:Use MindEdge Module 3.15to complete this section. The first one is filled in as an example. Type of Exchange Name the kind of culturalexchange that took place. Cultures InvolvedIdentify the cultures that participated in thecultural exchange. Result of Exchange What was the result of the exchange? How did itimpact the involved cultures? Italian glassmaking Italians learned glassmaking fromIslamic artists who had alreadyperfected it. Italy became an important producer ofglass, and glassmaking knowledgespread across Europe. 18
Silk Road African ivory The Spanish “Golden Age”The printing press Viola de gamba 19
Contemporary Influences of The Renaissance Aspects of Renaissance cultural and point-of-view achievements still appear in modern times. As withthe Classical period, if we can recognize The Renaissance’s continued presence in our world, we cangrasp both our past & future more firmly. Pro Tip:The answers for this section are found in MindEdge Module 3.16. The first one has beencompleted for you below as an example. Contemporary Example Provide examples of how Renaissance ideasappear in the modern world. Renaissance Influence Identify the influence from The Renaissance.Connected Disciplines & Themes Identify the theme ordiscipline thatshaped this example. “The Renaissance Man”This is a multitalented person who excels in many areas at once, like da Vinci. Individualism Humanism Classicism Science & The Scientific Method The Liberal Arts in Education 20
MODULE 4 STUDY GUIDE: The Neoclassical & Enlightenment Period Overview:The Neoclassical & Enlightenment Period and The Renaissance are separated by a period ofextreme religious devotion known as Baroque Period. The Neoclassical Period rebelled against theBaroque’s faith and mystery, and instead demanded facts and rational solutions for human problems.

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