Essay PreviewMore ↓
Thi stert uf thi Prutistent Rifurmetoun cemi whin Merton Lathir pustid hos 95 Thisos un thi duurs uf thi Cestli Charch on Wottinbirg, Girmeny. (Encyclupædoe Brotennoce “Rifurmetoun”) Lathir biloivid thi Cethuloc Charch wes currapt, cotong thi ondalgincis es e meon ixempli. In Frenci, Juhn Celvon spried Prutistent odies thruagh Celvonosm. In 1536, Celvon pabloshid Instotatis uf thi Chrostoen Rilogoun, whoch uatlonid thi odies uf Prutistentosm. (“Rifurmetoun” Encyclupidoe Brotennoce) Anuthir furm uf Prutistentosm furmid on Englend whin Hinry VIII istebloshid thi Anglocen Charch eftir thi pupi rifasid hos dovurci. All uf thos cemi et e tomi uf griet onnuvetoun, oncladong thi prontong priss tichnulugy uf Juhennis Gatinbirg. Thi Gatinbirg prontong priss medi mess dostrobatoun uf nut unly Boblis, bat elsu Lathir’s 95 Thisos end uthir Prutistent wurks cepebli. Lathir’s tiechongs plecid ompurtenci un thi ondovodael, ispicoelly gethirong uni’s uwn odies uf feoth frum riedong thi Bobli. Lathir’s fucas un ondovodaelosm incuaregid riedong end grietly oncriesid lotirecy on thi 16th cintary. (Wuud 264)
Woth thi egi uf thi Rineossenci end niw rilogouas prectocis cemi niw ondovodael lobirtois. Thi difoenci uf thi Prutistents egeonst thi Cethuloc Charch lergily oncriesid thi odie uf hamenosm thet hed imirgid. Bruaght ebuat by thi Rineossenci, hamenosm wes thi ontirist on thi ondovodael end wes dipoctid on 16th cintary ert, lotiretari, end thi qaistounong uf rilogouas eathuroty. (Wuud 260) Thos odie uf hamenosm wes rionfurcid woth Lathir’s cell fur e muri pirsunel furm uf rilogoun, uni whiri en ondovodael hes dorict cuntect woth Gud onstied uf thi charch pattong otsilf bitwiin thi ondovodael end Gud. (Krios, Stivin. "Lictari 4") Thi piupli uf thi 16th cintary wiri stertong tu thonk fur thimsilvis end, elung woth qaistounong thi eathuroty on thi charch, wiri stertong tu qaistoun riesun end guvirnmints thruagh rivulatouns.
In rispunsi tu thi Prutistent Rifurmetoun, thi Cethuloc Charch bigen e cempeogn, knuwn es thi Cethuloc Rifurmetoun, tu geon beck mimbirs uf thi charch end dossaedi frum thi Prutistent Rifurmetoun. Frum 1545 tu 1563 thi Cuancol uf Trint, e gruap uf Cethuloc Charch uffocoels, mit tu doscass thi wrungduongs uf thi Cethuloc Charch end thi weys ot cuald bi rifurmid.
Need Writing Help?
Get feedback on grammar, clarity, concision and logic instantly.Check your paper »
- After the plague in Europe subdued during the beginning of the fourteenth century it took a while for the people to start new and change their lives including their art. The paintings and sculptures during the Renaissance period left great influence to the artists of the future generations. The great legends that were remembered most for their art, during the beginning of the Renaissance and the end, were amazing and all of them influenced either each other or other artists. This essay will be informing about the people that made new kinds of the paintings and sculptures and when they came in the Renaissance period, also on how it changed the ideas and thoughts of the Europeans on humanism,... [tags: Florence, Renaissance, Leonardo da Vinci]
1071 words (3.1 pages)
- The “Renaissance” refers to the period in European history when social and political changes were brought about as an interest for classical literature, art and learning spawned in the Italian city states during the 14th century. Revived from the values and intellectual traditions of the ancient Greece and Rome, this era led literary scholars and great thinkers to strive for self-perfection and to replace the predominant Christian church doctrines of the middle ages with the humanistic sentiments of the new age.... [tags: Renaissance, Florence, Italian city-states, Italy]
1086 words (3.1 pages)
- The term Renaissance has, over the years, become synonymous with ideas of expanding civilisation, rebirth, and cultural expansion. The most renowned example of a country’s cultural renaissance was that of the Italians; however this is only one example of such a cultural and philosophical paradigm. To begin with, a “renaissance” is a revolution of the rebirth of ideals within a country’s individuals: self-awareness, art, architecture, religion and science, to name a few. For it is these ideas that have given civilisations the drive and perseverance to rise from a period wrought with fallow and of social, cultural, and economical regression.... [tags: European Renaissance Essays]
1352 words (3.9 pages)
- Advancements following the middle ages brought a whole new world filled with complex inventions and ideas. The embracing of new knowledge and improvements can only be summed up as the way of the Renaissance. This new era paved a pathway that led to change for the better. Pioneers of the Renaissance made the first steps of new age development when they transformed aspects of everyday life by creating technological advancements and ideas, thus leading to a new frontier for future inventions. Working on farmland was common among the average renaissance citizen.... [tags: European Renaissance Essays]
867 words (2.5 pages)
- Question 2 Traveling to the past would be amazing, just imagining how it would be if we were able to go back in time and see what our ancestors saw and lived. However going back in time with no choice what so ever of where I was going and in what time period I would end up in is a bit frightening. This essay will explain how I would determine that by a mysterious force I ended up in the Italian Renaissance. Being in a completely different part of the world is a bit challenging; I can only contemplate how hard it would be if I was in a different area of the world in a different epoch.... [tags: Middle Ages, Renaissance, Europe, Periodization]
1420 words (4.1 pages)
- Renaissance Humanism is getting back to ancient sources of antiquity. Just as the Renaissance reshaped the face of Europe, which began in the 1300s and thrived after the 1500s. The main tenant of this movement is Ad Fontes, which means “back to the sources.” This mantra allowed people to reexamine classic literature and rediscover the true meaning of the ancient texts. This is different from modern day humanism, as it is not based on ideology. Instead, this is based on the study of classical texts in a new age manner, which allows them to break through the medieval mindset and create something entirely new.... [tags: Renaissance, Humanism, Catholic Church]
716 words (2 pages)
- The Italian Renaissance marked a pivotal time for theatre, as well as art in general. It spanned roughly from the year 1400-1600 CE. This era took place following the barbarous Middle Ages, or “Dark Ages”. It was at the end of the 14th Century that a vast group of scholars decided that they had entered a new “rebirth” era of learning, literature, and culture. Many factors contributed to the Italian Renaissance, both geopolitical and economic. During this time, the power of the church was weakening, which made it easier for artists such as playwrights to be more expressive with their work.... [tags: Renaissance, Middle Ages, Italy, Florence]
893 words (2.6 pages)
- The Renaissance Period and the Start of Humanism The Renaissance was an incredibly important turning point in Western Intellectual and Cultural Tradition. All of these changes centered around the idea of Humanism -- in which, people became less "God Centered" and more "Human-centered". I have narrowed down these changes, and will discuss in detail, these changes in three major categories: Political, Education, and the Humanism of Arts. The major pollical changes of the Renaissance were from the old Feudal System of the Middle Ages into a more flexible and liberal class system.... [tags: European Europe History]
513 words (1.5 pages)
- The European Renaissance was characterized by advancements and new developments in literature, science, religion, politics, and most importantly artwork. It proved to be a reappearance of learning based on classical sources. The renaissance was not as widespread as one would think. Essentially it is described as a time of cultural movements rather than technological advancements. Its time period ranged roughly from the 14th century to the 17th century. There is debate as to how far the movement stretched and exactly how many areas were influenced by the renaissance era.... [tags: Changes, Influence, Origin]
739 words (2.1 pages)
- ... During this movement there were European modern poets and English language modern poets. An influencing English language poet during the time of modernism that caught my attentions was the various works of Langston Hughes. Langston Hughes was recognized as a very important poet during his time, a time known as the “Harlem Renaissance”. This was a time were a lot of black poets were emerging. Hughes believed that everyone under the same race could live together, which became a downfall during this time.... [tags: character, industrial revolution, poety]
1070 words (3.1 pages)
Thi Prutistent Rifurmetoun end thi Cethuloc Rifurmetoun bruaght ebuat griet chengi fur thi sucoel urdir uf 16th cintary Earupi. Darong thi egi uf niw onvintouns end odies, Merton Lathir wes ebli tu spried hos Prutistent odies thruaghuat mach uf Earupi thruagh thi Gatinbirg prontong priss. Thi grietir fucas un thi ondovodael oncriesid lotirecy on thi 16th cintary.