Sacrifice a person exhibiting more self respect by

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sacrificeA person exhibiting more self-respect by bearing the burden of a terrible life, or by taking action to end one’s own suffering. HumanismWriterChristopher MarloweDoctor FaustusA scholar who finds himself dissatisfied with the boundaries of academic pursuit and makes a deal with the devil.He comments on religion, salvation and repentance.Expansion of the University SystemArtistLeonardo da VinciMona LisaArtistLeonardo da VinciVirtuvian Man
ArtistLeonardo da VinciThe Last SupperArtistMichelangeloStatue of DavidContrapposto, with straight leg, bent arn and benk kneeand straight arm David already killed the giantArtistMichelangeloCeiling of the Sistine ChapelBiblical, Adam and God but not touching, makes you feel you want to pushArtistAlbrecht DurerYoung Hare, Praying Hnds (realistic paintingsPainter and ArchitectRaphaelThe School of AthensPaint four philosophical ideas: Philosophy, poetry, law and theologyMusic / composerWilliam ByrdMusic / composerThomas WeelkesAs Vesta was Descending, As Vesta Was from Latmos Hill DescendingLove, war, and mythological topics
4. What kinds of cultural exchange took place in this period? (See Cultural Exchange and Diversitysection of Module.)List examples of cultural exchange.What part(s) of the world were involved in this example of cultural exchange?What was the impact of this example of cultural exchange?5. How do we see the influence of this period in today’s society and culture? (See Contemporary Influencessection of Module.)List examples of influence of this period in today’s culture.List the art form orhumanities discipline How does this example influence today’s culture?

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