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ORIGINS OF THE
RENAISSANCE
FOCUS QUESTION

How did the reopening of the Silk
Road effect the Renaissance?
What time period
would you choose
to travel to in a
time machine:
Early or Late
Middle Ages?
THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES
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This is a picture of
Charlemagne visiting
Pope Adrian I.
Feudalism was the
structure of society.
Christianity spread
throughout Europe.
The Late Middle Ages
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The Black Death
The Hundred Years
War
The Crusades
Food shortages
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How could the Black Death have
positive results?
 Please turn to page 298.
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CHANGE HAPPENS
Look over pages 298 through 301.
 What key word do you see over and
over?
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I SAY MARCO…
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YOU SAY…..
DO YOU REMEMBER?
Marco traveled from Europe to China.
(This was at a time when people
usually never left their place of birth).
 Do you remember who Marco stayed
with for twenty years?
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KUBLAI KHAN
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Who was Kublai Khan and in which
standard did we learn about him?
TRADE
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What did Kublai Khan do that changed
the development of Europe? (Hint:
Think of Marco Polo).
STANDARD 7.3
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He was the Emperor of the Mongol
Empire.
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Please look at the map on page 299.
The Renaissance
Europe 1300s – 1600s
MILAN
Wealthy and powerful manufacturing
center.
 Workers made weapons and silk.
 Northern Italy – inland.
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Genoa
Became rich through overseas trade.
 One of Italy’s main port cities
 Port city on the coast of the
Mediterranean
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VENICE
Grew rich from sea trade.
 One of Italy’s main port cities.
 It is still known for it’s canals and
glassware.
 An island city of the Mediterranean.
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FLORENCE
Banking and trade center. Bankers
made $$$ by charging interest.
 Wealthy leaders paid to beautify the
city with impressive buildings and art.
 Inland city in the center of Italy.
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SEPARATE STATES AND RIVAL
RULERS
Please look at the map on page 301 of
the text.
 Italy was not a single country, it was
made up of independent states (not
united).
 In most big cities, a single rich
merchant family controlled the
government. This type of government
was called a signoria.

MEDICI FAMILY
Wealthy, powerful banking family.
 Cosimo de’ Medici was the ruler of
Florence.
 Beautified Florence.
 Valued education
 Florence became the center of Italian
art, literature and culture.
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MAJOR TRADING CITIES IN RENAISSANCE ITALY
MILAN
How did it
became
wealthy?
Location,
location,
location.
GENOA
Wealthy and
Became
powerful
rich through
manufacturing
overseas
center for
trade.
weapons and
Silk.
Inland –
Northern
Italy.
VENICE
Grew rich
through
sea
trade.
An island
One of
port city
Italy’s main
on the
port cities
on the coast Mediterranean.
of the
Mediterranean.
FLORENCE
Became
wealthy as
a banking
and trade
center.
Inland Cultural
center of
Italy.
Which city would you want to live in and why?
THE ITALIAN RENAISSANCE
 BEGINNINGS
OF THE RENAISSANCE
THE ITALIAN RENAISSANCE
The Black
Death –
workers had
more $
Kublai Khan
reopened The
Silk Road
for trade
 BEGINNINGS
Medici
promoted the
arts, culture,
and education
in Florence
OF THE RENAISSANCE
Spread of Renaissance
Renaissance began in
Italian trade cities (e.g.
Venice, Florence, Milan,
and Genoa)
- Spread to rest of
Europe
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