Class Notes for Nicholas Terpstra

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European Expansion Overseas

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Invention of Printing

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invention of printing: "invention, books, audiences, & printers, cultural consquences. "invention" printing begins around 1450 in the city of mainz, th
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Stages of Medici Control 1 of 2

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13 Dec 2010
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The location does not have any natural advantages (for example no wool, but by buying and selling wool create a great deal of wealth, which leads to a
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Dynasty, Territory & Religion in England

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Architecture and Politics

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Architecture (classical models, proportion, human scale, balace, engineering) Roman ruins - forum, baths, arch of constantine these were the buildings
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Social Structure in Europe

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13 Dec 2010
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Social structure in early modern europe: urban life: city + neighborhood. Bologna; early modern people had a number of towers spaced within their city,
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Printing

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Major themes: how was it invented, books, audiences and printers, cultural consequences. Johannes gutonburg (1395-1468)- printing with movable metal ty
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social structure

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Stages of Medici Control

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Lecture: durger"s touch - tactility + the physical process of painting vic 215 @ 5, Stages of medici control - republic & duchy. Left off at pazzi cons
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Renaissance Humanism

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13 Dec 2010
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Renaissance humanism: humanist disciplines & values, humanists - male & female. Humanists start writing in the 14th, 15th and 16th years primarily. hum
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France: Development of Absolutism & Nation State

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Holy? Roman? Empire?

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13 Dec 2010
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Highlights how far our expectations diverge from the reality of the time. Holy roman empire = star wars episode 1. When early modern people thought of
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