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Michaelangelo
sistie chapel, statue of David
Renaissance
Leonardo da Vinci
Paintings and innovations, "Renaissance Man", Mona Lisa, Last Supper
Renaissance
Shakespeare
English Playwright
Renaissance
Erasmus
Scholar, humanism
Renaissance
Martin Luther
Salvation by faith alone,
Bible ultimate authority,
all humans equal before God
Reformation
John Calvin
Predestination
Faith revealed by living a righteous life
Work Ethic
Reformation
Henry VIII
Anglican Church
Dismissed the authority of the Pope
Reformation
Elizabeth I
continued Anglican Church
brillant ruler of England
Reformation
Vasco da Gama
explored Portugal
first one to get to India by water
Explorer
Christopher COlumbus
explored spain,
thought it was India
Explorer
Hernando Cortez
Aztecs Conquered
Explorer
Francisco Pizarro
Incas Conquered
Explorer
Ferdinand Magellan
navigated world, took 3 years,
died on the way
Explorer
Francis Drake
Englishman (1st)to circumnavigate the globe
Explorer
Jacques Cartier
Frenchman (1st) St. Lawrence River
Explorer
Nicolas Copernicus
Heliocentric Theory
Scientist
Johannes Kepler
worked on Copernicus' theory, motion of the planets
Scientist
Galileo Galili
Heliocentric Theory (proved)
Scientist
Isaac Newton
Theory of gravity
Scientist
William Harvey
Circulation of blood
Scientist
Louis XIV
sun king
versailles
"L'etat, c'est moi."
Absolute Monarchs
Frederick the Great
killed son's best friend, hurt son, wanted son militaristic, son wasn't
Absolute Monarchs
Peter the Great
western style
cut beard for beard tax
Absolute Monarchs
Catherine the Great
extended serfdom into new lands
More westernized
Absolute Monarch (female)
Oliver Cromwell
Puritan
Closed London Theatres
England Ruler
Charles I
only English monarch executed
England Ruler
Charles II
son of Charles I,
reopened theatres
Restoration raised in French Cart
England Ruler
William and Mary
Asked to be on throne by parliament,
signed English Bill of Rights
England Rulers
Thomas Hobbes
"Life is nasty, brutish, and short"
Leviathan
argued under 'social contract', give monarch absolute power, and anarchy would again result
Enlightenment Thinker
John Locke
two treaties on civil gov't
"life, liberty, property"
Enlightenment Thinker