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A Flemish masterpiece by Rogier van der Weyden.
Naturalistic representation by Raphael.
A scene of peasant life by Pieter Brugel the Elder.
The print of an engraving by Albrecht Durer.
The Roman Pantheon
The Athenian Parthenon
The Reims Cathedral
The Basilica of San Vitale
Challenged Arisotle's theory of motion in their theory of impetus.
Were credited with the invention of the pendulum clock
Translated ancient scientific texts into Latin.
Were realists who maintained that universal concepts substantially exist in an intelligible world.
Were not exiled by the Medici family before France invaded Italy.
Were hostile to university culture, and developed their ideas outside of that system.
Advocated "civic humanism," in which they were involved with public life.
Attempted to live private, contemplative lives as so-called "secular monks."
Helped to establish the Reformed tradition of Protestantism
Stressed the importance of personal faith in the role of an individual's salvation.
Rejected as heretical all doctrines unapproved by the Pope.
Described the theological dogma of the Anglican Church.
Wars of the Roses
Hundred Years Wars
Demanded that secular rulers stop the practice of appointing their own bishops during the Investiture Controversy.
Supported the Pope against the Emperor during the 12th century.
Led the barons in a revolt against Henry III for failing to recognize the Provisions of Oxford.
Strengthened the French monarchy by calling on the Estates-General.
King Charles the II and the Long Parliament
King Charles the II and the Rump Parliament
King Charles the I and the Long Parliament.
King Charles the I and the Rump Parliament
Was written in response to Charles the I's use of forced loans.
Gave the Crown of England to the Stuart Dynasty of Scotland.
Demanded the persecution of Catholics, leading to the Gunpowder Plot of 1605.
Protested the use of the Anglican Book of Common Prayer.
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