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Italy: Birthplace of the Renaissance

by Rudy Wakening

Use chapter 17 section 1 of your textbook to find the answers.

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3.Killed 60% of the population of some cities
8.The farthest spot on the horizion in a painting
11.Most Italians were members of this church
12.Wrote about how to be an effective ruler
13.She was the patron who defended Mantua and built a famous art collection
15.Son of Cosimo de' Medici
17.Why northern Europe laged behind the rest of the world
20.Church designed by Michelangelo
22.Fresco of Christ and the apostles
25.Wealthiest, most powerful class of people
28.Boccaccio's book about times during the plague
29.Language of the common people
31.Humanist who wrote sonnets
32.City the Medici family ruled
33.City of the headquarters of the Catholic Church
34.Financial supporter of the arts
35.These wars spurred overseas trade
1.City poplation centers
2.Indicates three dimensions in a painting
4.The wealthiest European of his time
5.Made sculpture more realistic by carving natural postures and expressions
6.Famous female painter Sofonisba ________
7.They took Constantinople in 1443
9.Took four years to paint the ceiling here
10.Carved "David", painted the Sistine chapel, and designed St. Peter's
14.Book that describes the "Renaissance Man"
16.Focused on human potential and achievements
18.Renaissance means _____
19.Years from 1300-1600
21.Painted the "School of Athens"
23.Book about how to be politically effective
24.Painter of the "Mona Lisa"
26.Worldly, concerned with the here and now
27.The first European large free-standing nude since ancient times
30.Farm areas

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