Class Notes for HIS243H1 at University of Toronto St. George (UTSG)

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UTSGHIS243H1Nicholas TerpstraFall

European Expansion Overseas

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14 Dec 2010
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UTSGHIS243H1Nicholas TerpstraFall

Invention of Printing

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13 Dec 2010
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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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UTSGHIS243H1Nicholas TerpstraFall

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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UTSGHIS243H1Nicholas TerpstraFall

Dynasty, Territory & Religion in England

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13 Dec 2010
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UTSGHIS243H1Nicholas TerpstraFall

Architecture and Politics

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13 Dec 2010
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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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UTSGHIS243H1Nicholas TerpstraFall

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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UTSGHIS243H1Kenneth BartlettFall

HIS243H1 Lecture 7: The Reformation

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31 Oct 2017
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Europe is the continent of revolutions, and this was one. Martin luther: father worked his way up in mining to the middle class, and martin was sent to
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UTSGHIS243H1Kenneth BartlettFall

HIS243H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Petrarch, Coluccio Salutati, Roman Law

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17 Oct 2017
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Rise if mercantile communities new kinds of human interactions based on different models. We all have culture in the sense of a frame of reference of u
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UTSGHIS243H1allFall

HIS243 - Lecture 2 (got best mark for course)

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6 Nov 2014
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UTSGHIS243H1Kenneth BartlettFall

HIS243H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Pope Boniface Viii, Avignon Papacy, Pope Clement V

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3 Oct 2017
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The pope represents divine sovereignty, binds on earth and in heaven. Pope boniface viii astute politi(cid:272)ia(cid:374), (cid:271)ut thi(cid:374)gs
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UTSGHIS243H1Nicholas TerpstraFall

Printing

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14 Dec 2010
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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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UTSGHIS243H1Kenneth BartlettFall

HIS243H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Sidereus Nuncius, Andreas Vesalius, Mathematically Correct

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4 Dec 2017
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Still controversial science and tech did not arise in a singular form in the 16thc in europe. Other cultures had more sophisticated sciences previously
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