The Renaissance

"Each famous author of antiquity whom I recover places a new offence and another cause of dishonor to the charge of earlier generations, who, not satisfied with their own disgraceful barrenness, permitted the fruit of other minds, and the writings that their ancestors had produced by toil and application, to perish through insufferable neglect. Although they had nothing of their own to hand down to those who were to come after, they robbed posterity of its ancestral heritage." Petrarch (1304-1374)

WHH December 2011

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  5 6       Plague Review and Discussion

Unit Review

  • Art
  • Universities
  • Merchant Class/changing class systems (Chaucer)
  • Plague

 

7 8      Unit Review

TEST II

  • Art
  • Universities
  • Merchant Class/changing class systems (Chaucer)
  • Plague

HW: Essay Revision

 

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HW: Essay Revision

13 14   The Renaissance 15 16       Map 15th Cent Europe
  19 20 Please bring your essay drafts to class today 21 22  Final Drafts due no later than Today

 

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