– Early Renaissance ideas eventually spread to all parts of Europe
– Scholars and Artist visited Italy in search of new knowledge and then return to home and adapted their new knowledge for their homeland
How Did the Ideas of the Italian Renaissance Spread Throughout Europe?
Although the Renaissance movement was slow to spread beyond Italy, by the 15th Century it had reached northern Europe
When did Renaissance ideas spread?
– The lands beyond Italy were mostly agricultural and strongly ruled by the Feudal social structure
– Both Monarchs and Nobles who ruled the land had very little interest in introducing new ideas
How did Feudalism slow the spread of Renaissance ideas?
Many northern European countries were at war during the 1400s; because of this they did not have the resources or ability to travel and support Renaissance ideas
How did war slow the spread of Renaissance ideas?
The Roman Catholic played a major role in peoples lives and the Church was not interested in change
How did religion affect the spread of Renaissance ideas?
Mountains protected Italy from invaders
How did geography affect the Renaissance movement?
Once the 100 year war between France and England ended it became safer to travel across Europe
How did the 100 year war increase the spread of Renaissance ideas?
The decline of Feudalism and the effects of the Plague caused more people to move to cities
How did Feudalism and the bubonic plague increase the spread of Renaissance ideas?
People now had more freedom to explore new ideas of art, science and philosophy
As a result of moving to cities how did that impact the spread of Renaissance ideas?
France and Germany waged war on Italian city-states and as a result were exposed to new worldviews
Who waged war on Italy and what did it impact?
Trade increased, Italians being invited to other areas of Europe and aristocracy started to feel the need to become more sophisticated
What was the result of most wars ending in the late 15th century?
The printing press invention changed the world forever. In the 15th century the printing press made it possible to spread and share new ideas and wisdom of the past.
How did the printing press affect the movement of Renaissance ideas?
in the 1500s Venice became known for printing
How was Venice affected by the printing press?