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what was the New thoughts of Renaissance  ?
And what thoughts did they have to get rid off ?
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Re-exploration and surpassing of the classic science of
Antiquity
• Disengagement from
– The narrow worldview,
– Stupefying artistic rules,
– Religious superstition of the Medieval Age.
• The criticizing and searching quality of the thoughts
spreading from Italy to Europe
• Translations 
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what are the most features of the Renaissance era ?
when did it happen ?

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15th and 17th centuries
• It is called Rebirth”
• An era of a great leap in human history – societally,
economically, and culturally
• Not a revolution, but the messenger of great
revolutions

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Renaissance – A general look
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1. Increase of trading .
2.growing local industries in cities of Europe 
3. printing machines 
3. Dramatic increase in the capacity to explorations,
     plunderingنهب, and exploitationاستغلال
4• Interest in the treatisesاطروحات of Ancient Greece and Rome 

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What was the changes in the living conditions of millions of people in Renaissance era?
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...Impoverishment
– Money became the measure for everything
– Taxes was huge
– The golden box of the Church or authority is for church .
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Renaissance main features and where did it start from ? 6 features 
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It started in Northern Italy
• Semi-independent industry and trade
• Banking
• Sings of capitalismالرأسمالية
• Conquest of Constantinople
– Emigration of scientist from the Greek Academia
• The deepening poverty of the peasantsالفلاحين
• Universities’ attraction of students from all over
Europe (Padua, Florence, Ferrara, Pavia, Bologna) 
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Who is marten Luther ?
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– Challenging an institution (Catholic Church) controlling
ideology in the name of the feudal systemنظام الإقطاع
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In renaissance who is Paracelsus? Or as known Father of pharmacology
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 •Pupil of Leoniceno in Ferrara. –Dissertation on diseases of miners
•Suggested chemical therapeutics for the first time
•Considerable interest in alchemy, astrology, and occult sciences (“astral body”)
 •Many journeys in the German World
 •Often quarreled with authorities for their blind and total acceptance of classics
•Taught not in Latin, but in the vernacular(loca language ).
Critisized the ancients to hostiley. 
 •Attracted the young and those in training
 •Earned a position in Basel University and municipality (1526)
•Defended the supremacy of observation and experience
•Worked on “metabolic illnesses”, hygiene and surger
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what religions were in the Renaissance era?
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. Catholic church
• Henry VIII establishing his own church
• Jean Calvinالديانة الكلفانية

• Protestantism
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Medicine in the Renaissance who is Jean Fernel? French physician 
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introduced the term "physiology" to describe the study of the body's function pathology and therabutic.
 •The idea that syphillis and gonorrheaمرض السيلان وهو مرض تناسلي are two different diseases with similar mode of transmission طرق انتقال مماثلة
 •Morbo Gollico –French Disease
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what do you knoe about Peasant war? 
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رThe most important uprising in pre-modern Europe
• Accumulation of insecurity, mistrust, and pain
• Religious/ideological disorder
• A religious and social revolt
• Demanding rights from princes
– Abandonment of the serfdomالتخلي عن القنانة العمل مقابل الأكل والشرب والماوى, cancellation of taxes, ceasingوقف
occupation and arbitrary justice العدل التعسفي
• The triumphانتصار of paid armies over peasant armies• Massacres
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In the renaissance era who is Niccolo Leoniceno?
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Taught medicine at the univeristies of Padua, Bologna and Ferrara.
 •Translated Aphorismsof (proverbs) of Hippocrates.
 •Noted five hundred botanical errors in Natural History by Pliny.
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Explain about medicine in Renaissance era?
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Medical humanists(Renaissance men)
 •Studied at the universities in Northern Italy
 •Arrival of Greek scholars from Constantinople
 •Decline of Scholasticism and Galenism
 •Rise of Hippocratic medicine and open-mindedness
•Observation of natural phenomena and experiment magic and astrology
•Cosmopolitan environment
•Training and education center of Europe  
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Q:
what was the New thoughts of Renaissance  ?
And what thoughts did they have to get rid off ?
A:
Re-exploration and surpassing of the classic science of
Antiquity
• Disengagement from
– The narrow worldview,
– Stupefying artistic rules,
– Religious superstition of the Medieval Age.
• The criticizing and searching quality of the thoughts
spreading from Italy to Europe
• Translations 
Q:
what are the most features of the Renaissance era ?
when did it happen ?

A:
15th and 17th centuries
• It is called Rebirth”
• An era of a great leap in human history – societally,
economically, and culturally
• Not a revolution, but the messenger of great
revolutions

Q:
Renaissance – A general look
A:
1. Increase of trading .
2.growing local industries in cities of Europe 
3. printing machines 
3. Dramatic increase in the capacity to explorations,
     plunderingنهب, and exploitationاستغلال
4• Interest in the treatisesاطروحات of Ancient Greece and Rome 

Q:
What was the changes in the living conditions of millions of people in Renaissance era?
A:
...Impoverishment
– Money became the measure for everything
– Taxes was huge
– The golden box of the Church or authority is for church .
Q:
Renaissance main features and where did it start from ? 6 features 
A:
It started in Northern Italy
• Semi-independent industry and trade
• Banking
• Sings of capitalismالرأسمالية
• Conquest of Constantinople
– Emigration of scientist from the Greek Academia
• The deepening poverty of the peasantsالفلاحين
• Universities’ attraction of students from all over
Europe (Padua, Florence, Ferrara, Pavia, Bologna) 
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Q:
Who is marten Luther ?
A:

– Challenging an institution (Catholic Church) controlling
ideology in the name of the feudal systemنظام الإقطاع
Q:
In renaissance who is Paracelsus? Or as known Father of pharmacology
A:
 •Pupil of Leoniceno in Ferrara. –Dissertation on diseases of miners
•Suggested chemical therapeutics for the first time
•Considerable interest in alchemy, astrology, and occult sciences (“astral body”)
 •Many journeys in the German World
 •Often quarreled with authorities for their blind and total acceptance of classics
•Taught not in Latin, but in the vernacular(loca language ).
Critisized the ancients to hostiley. 
 •Attracted the young and those in training
 •Earned a position in Basel University and municipality (1526)
•Defended the supremacy of observation and experience
•Worked on “metabolic illnesses”, hygiene and surger
Q:
what religions were in the Renaissance era?
A:
. Catholic church
• Henry VIII establishing his own church
• Jean Calvinالديانة الكلفانية

• Protestantism
Q:
Medicine in the Renaissance who is Jean Fernel? French physician 
A:
introduced the term "physiology" to describe the study of the body's function pathology and therabutic.
 •The idea that syphillis and gonorrheaمرض السيلان وهو مرض تناسلي are two different diseases with similar mode of transmission طرق انتقال مماثلة
 •Morbo Gollico –French Disease
Q:
what do you knoe about Peasant war? 
A:
رThe most important uprising in pre-modern Europe
• Accumulation of insecurity, mistrust, and pain
• Religious/ideological disorder
• A religious and social revolt
• Demanding rights from princes
– Abandonment of the serfdomالتخلي عن القنانة العمل مقابل الأكل والشرب والماوى, cancellation of taxes, ceasingوقف
occupation and arbitrary justice العدل التعسفي
• The triumphانتصار of paid armies over peasant armies• Massacres
Q:
In the renaissance era who is Niccolo Leoniceno?
A:
Taught medicine at the univeristies of Padua, Bologna and Ferrara.
 •Translated Aphorismsof (proverbs) of Hippocrates.
 •Noted five hundred botanical errors in Natural History by Pliny.
Q:
Explain about medicine in Renaissance era?
A:
Medical humanists(Renaissance men)
 •Studied at the universities in Northern Italy
 •Arrival of Greek scholars from Constantinople
 •Decline of Scholasticism and Galenism
 •Rise of Hippocratic medicine and open-mindedness
•Observation of natural phenomena and experiment magic and astrology
•Cosmopolitan environment
•Training and education center of Europe  
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