Renaissance and Reformation Key Terms

1st period- Key Terms: Renaissance and Reformation

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Renaissance:

Alberti, Leon Battista

Boccaccio, The Decameron

Brunelleschi, Filippo

Castiglioni, Baldesar

doge

Erasmus, Desiderius

Ferdinand and Isabella

Gutenberg, Johann

humanism

individualism

Inquisition

Machiavelli, Niccolo

Medici, Lorenzo de

Palladio, Andrea

Papal States

patron of the arts

Peace of Lodi (Treaty of Lodi)

perspective

Petrarch

Pizan, Christine de

Pope Alexander VI

Pope Julius II

quattrocentro Florence

reconquista

“Renaissance Man”

Savonarola

secularism

Valla, Lorenzo, “On the Donation of Constantine”

Vasari, Giorgio

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Reformation:

95 Theses

Act of Supremacy

Anabaptists

Anglican Church

Aquinas, Thomas (scholasticism)

Babylonian Captivity (Papacy in Avignon)

Brethren of the Common Life (Thomas a Kempis)

Calvin, John

Catholic Reformation (Counter Reformation)

Charles V

consubstantiation v. transubstantiation

Council of Trent

cuius regio, eius religio

Diet of Worms

Dissolution of the Monastaries (Henry VIII)

Elizabeth I

Frederick the Wise, Duke of Saxony

Great Schism

Johan Gutenberg

Huguenots

Ignatius Loyola

Indulgences

Knox, John

Lollards

Luther, Martin

More, Thomas

Peace of Augsburg

Peasant’s Revolt (German)

predestination

“priesthood of all believers”

Society of Jesus (Jesuits)

theocracy

Weber, Max (1864-1920)

Zwingli, Ulrich