iii. The visual arts incorporated the new ideas of the Renaissance and were used to promote personal, political, and religious goals. KEY TERMS (Vocabulary development): Black Death Pogroms Scutage Third Estate estates Condottieri Yoemen Conciliarism Great Schism Hundred Year War Feudalism Medieval Renaissance Individualism Humanism Secularism Civic humanism
Name: __________________________ Neoplatonism Lollardy PEOPLE TO KNOW Joan of Arc Petrarch Dante Giovanni Boccaccio Geoffrey Chaucer Medici Family Johannes Gutenberg Niccolo Machiavelli Baldassare Castiglione Donatello Boticelli Leonardo Da Vinci Michelangelo Pope Leo X William Shakespeare ON THE SHOULDERS OF GIANTS: TIMELINE 1315-1317: The Great Famine – Periods of harsh weather lead to crop failures and mass starvation throughout Europe. 1337–1453: The Hundred Years War – a series of conflicts between the monarchs of England and France over succession to the French throne. 1347-1351: The Black Death spreads throughout Europe, killing an estimated an estimated 25 million people. It begins to transform European attitudes towards life, death, and the Roman Catholic Church.