Renaissance Revolution

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  • Jul 20, 1304

    Petrarch

    Petrarch
    Petrarch is Italian. He was a poet, a scholar, and a humanist. He contributed in the Renaissance with lyric poetry. He was known to be the greatest scholar in his age.
  • 1452

    Leonardo da Vinci

    Leonardo da Vinci
    Leonardo da Vinci was a painter, architech, inventor, and he was also a student. He became known as the "Renaissance Man." He is famous for his well known paitings, "The Mona Lisa" and "The last Supper."
  • 1475

    Michelangelo

    Michelangelo
    Michelangelo was an Italian sculptor, painter, architect, and poet. He was influenced by western art. He was considered the best living artist in his life time.
  • 1478

    Thomas More

    Thomas More
    Thomas More, was an English lawyer, social philosopher, author, and a statesman, and a Renaissance humanist. He was also a counselor for King Henry the 8th in the 1500's. He refused to accept the king as head of the Church Of England.
  • 1483

    Raphael

    Raphael
    Raphael was an Italian painter and architecture. He is from Italy, and he died in Italy. He is known for his painting "madonnas."
  • 1483

    Martin Luther

    Martin Luther
    Martin Luther, he was a German professor theology, composer, priest, and a Augustinan monk.
  • 1533

    Elizabeth the First

    Elizabeth the First
    Elizabeth the First was queen of England and Ireland. She was one of the five last monarchs of the house of Tudor. She also went by Virgin Queen, Gloriana, God Queen Bess.
  • 1561

    Scientific Method

    Scientific Method
    The scientific method is used by scientist in science, and also psychology. It can also be used in more than just science and psychology, those are just two though. Using this, you use observations, you use your senses.
  • 1564

    Galileo

    Galileo
    Galileo was an Italian astronomer, physicist, and engineer. He was described as polymath from Pisa. He found the scientific method. He had also discovered the telescope.
  • 1567

    Sale of Indulgences

    Sale of Indulgences
    Taught in catholic churches. It is a way to reduce punishments.
  • 1570

    Council of Trent

    Council of Trent
    The Council of Trent was the 19th ecumenical of a catholic church. The Protestant Reformation prompted it.
  • William Shakespeare

    William Shakespeare
    William Shakespeare was a playwriter, poet and actor. He wrote many plays. one being Romeo and Juliet. Shakespeare has his own language that not many people can read and/or understand.
  • Rene Descrates

    Rene Descrates
    Rene Descrates was a French philosopher, mathematician, and a scientist. He was a native of the Kingdom of France. He also served in the Dutch States Army of Maurice of Nassau.
  • Isaac Newton

    Isaac Newton
    Isaac Newton was an English mathematician, physicist, astronomer, and an author. He was recognized as one of the most influential scientist.
  • Perspective

    Perspective
    You take understanding in the social culture. You also have to understand intellectual and emotional settings. From these, these can help you understand someone's life a little bit more, and their past actions.
  • Printing Revolution

    Printing Revolution
    When the latest version of the printing revolution came out was in 1987. The Printing Revolution is a press machine device for that applies pressure to an inked surface. The original was the start of printing. The original started in 200.