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  1. Danielle Jones AP Modern European History Renaissance Jeopardy

  2. Final Jeopardy

  3. The revival of ancient learning and the supplanting of traditional religious beliefs by new secular and scientific values the began in Italy in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries is called the . 100

  4. Renaissance Vocab

  5. The study of the Latin and Greek classics and the Church Fathers both for their own sake and to promote a rebirth of ancient norms and values. 200

  6. Humanism Vocab

  7. Philosophy of Plato that posits pre existent Ideal Forms of which all earthy things are imperfect mode is . 300

  8. Platonism Vocab

  9. A style of art in the mid to late sixteenth century that permitted artists to express their own “manner” or feelings in contrast to the symmetry and simplicity of the art of the High Renaissance. 400

  10. Mannerism Vocab

  11. Education designed to promote humanist leadership of political and cultural life. 500

  12. Civic Humanism Vocab

  13. Wealthiest Florentine and a natural statesman 100

  14. Cosimo de’ Medici Leaders

  15. The Great Schism was supported by: 200

  16. Charles V Leaders

  17. Part of the Medici Family and used his powers as Pope to use the papal money to keep his family in power of Florence. 300

  18. Pope Leo X Leaders BONUS

  19. Between the newly acquired Burgundian lands and his own inheritance, and ended his reign with a kingdom twice the size that he had inherited

  20. King Louis XI Leaders

  21. Boniface VII found himself in a power struggle over the limits of monarchial authority with . 400

  22. Philip the Fair Leaders

  23. Exercised a strict and puritanical rule, was overthrown by the people and the Medici’s returned to power 500

  24. Savonarola Leaders

  25. Was known as the father of “humanism” 100

  26. Francesco Petrarch People

  27. He wrote The Imitation of Christ, One of the greatest of Christian devotional literature 200

  28. Thomas à Kempis People

  29. Along with writing the Prince, he believed the ends must justify the means 300

  30. Niccolo Machiavelli People

  31. Most famous northern Humanist, as known as a educational and religious reformer 400

  32. Erasmus People

  33. This conquistador landed in Mexico and opened communication with the Aztec Emperor 500

  34. Hernan Cortes People BONUS

  35. Explored the coastline of South America and made it to the Philippines

  36. Ferdinand Magellan People

  37. Name the Artist 100

  38. Leonardo da Vinci Art Work

  39. Name the Artist 200

  40. Michelangelo Art Work

  41. Name the Artist 300

  42. Raphael Art Work

  43. Name the Artist 400

  44. Titian Art Work

  45. Name the Artist 500

  46. Sando Botticelli Art Work BONUS

  47. Name the Artist

  48. Masaccio Art Work

  49. The Book of the Courtier (1518) 100

  50. Castiglione Works