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S: The Renaissance

BC: The end of presentation | now you must know, everything about the renaissance the impact of it, from today, what it was, all the amazing people, the developments, the society and lives!! ASSALAMUALKUM!! BY: HANEEN SYED! please feel free to add comments questions or concerns! or email me! from :!!

FC: The Renaissance

1: The word renaissance is a French word and stands for rebirth. It is a period of revival with interest in the values of arts from Greece and Rome in the early 14th century. The smart geniuses form that time period came from the renaissance and had a growing belief of it. | what even was the Renaissance?

2: More About The Renaissance

3: The lives of the Renaissance were pretty similar to ours today, they built many amazing architects, people took interest in modern science, mathematics, etc and the results of that was that there were many amazing scientists, and very gifted and talented artists just like today we have thousands of scientists, architects, and artists important women and etc. . Though how was it different? Well, today we have invented more amazing inventions with technology, and have scientists that have explored much more amazing things, and artists with more new skills!! and thousands of important women!! Today there are also many celebrities , etc. :) Though, there are many many more things about the Renaissance, and great impact and effect for today on this century find out more as you read more!

4: The Renaissance Scientists

5: Nicklaus | Nicholas was a true renaissance man who accomplished a lot in life. He attended the University Bologna and Padua. Nicholuas was a lawyer, doctor, tax collector, a military governor, a judge, a canon law, and a polish astronomer. Nicholuas also published a book on the revolution of heavenly bodiesNicholas was a true renaissance man who accomplished a lot in life. He attended the University Bologna and Padua. Nicholuas was a lawyer, doctor, tax collector, a military governor, a judge, a canon law, and a polish astronomer. Nicholuas also published a book on the revolution of heavenly bodies | Galileo | Galileo was one of the best scientists that ever lived. He attended the University of Pisa. . He obtained courses in astronomy on the basis of the Greek astronomer Ptolemy’s theory. In 1610 he went to Florence to persist his studies of the heavens where he established the truth of Copernicus's theory. Later on in 1630 he became blind after finishing his second major book of dialogues regarding the two new sciences.

6: The Renaissance Artists

7: Botticelli was a very talented artist. He became very popular in the Renaissance times. His work today is still in memory and beloved. He was a member of the Medici family. Botticelli became Florence's favorite artist. His paintings were very popular special and unique,. He earned lots of money. He was able to make 50 -100 florins per picture. Botticelli also painted religious paintings for churches. | Botticelli | Michelangelo | Michelangelo was almost the most amazing artist and sculptor who has ever lived. His paintings and sculptures have changed the meaning of art forever., and impressed others. He began to show interest in art and drawing by the age of ten, and became an apprentice by age 12. When Michelangelo was 13 he was set to be an artist. He became a pupil of the great sculptor. He also became a good leader at the Italian Renaissance .

8: The Renaissance Important Women

9: Isabella d'Este | During the Renaissance time a Renaissance women had to be a lot! Isabella was in a ruling family, she was married to a prince that was a ruler. .Isabella d'Este was able to speak Greek and Latin as well as play the lute, sing, dance. She debated with people much older than her. She was very well-educated and her political talent benefited . When her husband left, Isabella governed the city on her own, and after he died she took over his whole job. She represented great leadership skills in 1509 when she became Chief of State in Mantua. She was a patron of the Arts and she also set artistic fashions and standards. She wrote over two thousand letters and in these she commented on everything from politics to war. That was the closest that any woman at that time ever got to writing history. By doing this and many other things she was known as the "First Lady of the Renaissance." | Catherine de Medici | The nuns where she lived, trained and disciplined her and as she grew older she became very well-educated. Catherine filled her library with numerous rare manuscripts. Catherine de Medici was a major force in French politics, especially during the thirty years of the Roman Catholic-Huguenot wars. she also created a policy of peace between the Catholics and the Protestants. Catherine had a great interest in architecture. Catherine de Medici was a great patron of the arts. In being this she helped the Renaissance flourish. She was a true Renaissance women.

10: The Renaissance Explorers

11: Christopher Columbus | Christopher Columbus was one of the greatest sea men and explorers. In the West Indies he saw foods such as pineapples, sweet potatoes, and corn. Columbus used a sand glass to time the speed of the ship. In Cuba he found Indians smoking the plant known as tobacco. Christopher Columbus discovered the coast of South America. He also discovered the West Indies and Central America. He discovered the Bahamas, Cuba, and Haiti. | Magellan sailed around the Cape of Good Hope and he sailed for the king of Spain. He got five ships and left Seville on September 20, 1519. He sailed around the tip of South America. He found the westward passage and it was named the Strait of Magellan in his name. He also found the new ocean and named it the Pacific in honour of its calm and peaceful waters, and crossed it East to West. He was a great explorer. | Ferdinand Magellan

12: The Renaissance Patrons

13: Pope Alexander | Rodrigo was pope Alexander, he was talented, generous, and a wise patron of the arts. He did much for the university and made improvements in Rome. Pope Alexander VI published a bull (a church decree or law) dividing the new world between Spain and Portugal. It promoted peace between them. | The Medici Family | The Medici were possibly the richest family in Italy. Their wealth increased after centuries. One of the many accomplishments that the Medici family offered in the Renaissance period was when their wealth had first begun. While they ruled the city of Florence they did many incredible acts, such as spending money on their city, and making it the most powerful state in Italy. They also made it the world's most beautiful city. They also spent some of their wealth on having the largest library in Europe; they brought in many Greek sources. They founded the Platonic Academy and supported artists by feeding them, educating them, and providing them with the necessities.

14: The Renaissance Architects

15: Filippo Brunelleschi | Only six years after his apprenticeship, during 1398, Filippo passed his examination and became a guild master goldsmith. Filippo continued with his studies in Rome, not in his original trade, goldsmithing, but in architecture. Working with clocks, wheels, gears and weights, Brunelleschi developed his exceptional skills that would help him construct some of the greatest pieces of architecture in Renaissance history. He accomplished, and built many buildings and churches. He bult, the church of San Lorenzo, the church of San Spirito, the Pazzi Chapel, Santa Maria degli Angeli (in 1436), the Pitti Palace, the Palazzo Quaratesi , Loggia at San Pero a Grada (near Piza), the Cathedral of Florence,

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