Ch 11 – Europe`s Growth of New Ideas

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Ch 11 – Europe’s Growth of
New Ideas BP#93
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Renaissance Connections
1300s-1600s
What were the causes and effects
of the Renaissance on Europe?
Renaissance Connections (1300-1600AD)
A. Causes
vs.
1. Holy wars called the Crusades
increased contact between
Western Europe and
southwestern Asia
2. Increased culture diffusion
3. Europeans rediscovered ideas
and achievements of the ancient
Greeks and Romans.
4. Rens. began in the mid 1330s on
the Italian peninsula.
5. A center of business, banking
and trade.
Renaissance Connections
B. New Ideas,
People, and
Achievements
1. rebirth of learning, art, sculpture,
and painting.
2. Artists celebrated human beings
(humanism).
3. Leonardo da Vinci and
Michelangelo are two famous
Italian artists.
4. William Shakespeare from
England wrote many famous plays
5. German Johannes Gutenberg’s
printing press changed publishing.
Leonardo da Vinci
Michelangelo
The Sistine Chapel
The Mona Lisa
Gutenberg’s Printing Press
Renaissance Connections
C. Effects
1. a new class of artists, merchants,
and rulers developed in Europe
2. trade, exploration, and conquest
spread to regions outside of the
Mediterranean Sea.
3. European nations grew stronger
and began building armies and
navies to protect their lands and
resources.
4. a stronger emphasis was placed
on learning and studying the past.
Summary
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What were 3 causes and 3 effects of the
Renaissance on Europe?
Trade, Explorers, and Colonists
1400s-1500s
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What were the causes and effects
of the European trade and
exploration on the world?
Trade, Explorers, & Colonists
A. Causes
1. Increased trade in Europe caused
a competition for the fastest trade
routes.
2. Spices and minerals from Asia
were in high demand in Europe.
3. Traveling by land from Europe to
Asia took too long and was
dangerous.
4. Navigation of the seas improved
and nations sent explorers to find
new, faster routes.
Trade, Explorers, & Colonists
B. New Ideas,
People, and
Achievements
1. Portuguese explorers sailed south
and east around Africa, while the
Spanish sailed west.
2. Dias explored and traded with
southern Africa.
3. de Gama sailed south, then east
around Africa and reached India.
4. Columbus sailed west looking for
Asia and “discovered” Americas.
5. Magellan’s crew circumnavigated
or sailed around the world.
Trade, Explorers, & Colonists
C. Effects
1. European monarchs realized the
possibility of great wealth.
2. Colonialism resulted in European
countries taking resources from
other lands for profit back home.
3. Slavery increased
4. Imperialism resulted in European
countries forcing their home govts,
economies, and cultures on other
lands.
5. Diffusion of European culture.
Summary
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What were 3 causes and 3 effects of the
European trade and exploration on the
world?
The Age of Revolution in Europe
c.1500s – c.1800s
revolution – a change in the way people live
to revolve means to go around
1500 CE
1600 CE
1700 CE
1800 CE
Political Revolutions
Scientific Revolution
Industrial Revolution
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