Unit 1 Assessment

Unit 1 Assessment

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  • Renaissance
  • Leonardo da Vinci: Ah, perspective does seem to give it more realism...
  • Renaissance
  • I can make papers faster with this machine! Now everyone can read what I have said!
  • Reformation
  • Martin Luther: With this, I can show everyone my grievances to the Catholic Church!
  • Humanism was one of the big changes in the Renaissance, as people believed more on human achievement. Artists put more realism and perspective in their art, and since more people were able to read, more people got knowledge. 
  • Exploration
  • There were many advanced in technology, as when the printing press was made, information could be spread quickly, and more would be able to read it. 
  • Enlightenment
  • Galileo: It seems that all the planets revolve around the sun, not the earth...
  • The Reformation began with Martin Luther having grievances with the Catholic Church, and hung his 95 theses in the door. This sparked the Reformation, in which new religions like Lutherism were created. People even found out about how the Catholic Church was doing thing behind their backs as well. 
  • Enlightenment
  • Hobbes: I believe in absolute monarchy!
  • In exploration, new land was found by European explorers like Columbus, Dias, and Gama. The Columbian exchange brought in new food to both the New World and Old World, but also with diseases that killed much of the population. The Triangular Trade, which was where 
  • The scientific revolution was a major part of Enlightenment, as it brought new ideas about mathematics, astronomy, physics, etc. Galileo and Copernicus were the ones which brought in the idea that all the planets, including the Earth, revolved around the sun.  
  • In the Enlightenment, new ideas were brought in on government, like Hobbes's Idea of "absolute monarchy" and Locke's idea of "moderate monarchy." Other people like Rosseau believed in social contract, while Montesquie was about separating all three forms of government, and Voltaire on equal rights for all people. 
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