The Renaissance

Match the items on the right with the items on the left:
I wrote In Praise of Folly in order to criticize the dishonest practices of some members of the Catholic clergy.
This Italian city is known as "the cradle of the Renaissance" and its main language was Tuscan.
Most Renaissance writers journeyed to this empire to study the classics because the Arabs had recovered Greek and Roman literature and restored them.
I wrote The Book of the Courtier as an etiquette guide for young men of the period. For example, a boy had to be fluent in certain languages and be able to have a sensible dinner conversation.
This medieval school of thought began losing its popularity during the Renaissance. For example, the clergy used to have intellectual discussions on subjects like how many saints could occupy the head of a pin.
I am a Tuscan poet who is known as the "father of humanism" because I inspired other humanists with my love of classical text and criticism of the intellect of the times we lived in.
This famous Italian family funded and helped the growth of Renaissance art through their generous patronage.
My most famous painting is the "Mona Lisa" but I was also a pioneer in science and architecture. My drawings of the human body were the first modern scientific illustrations ever made.
Though I thought myself to be more of a sculptor, I was commissioned by the Pope Julius to paint the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel.
I am considered the first great painter of the Renaissance period.
He wrote Gargantua and Pentagruel, which were named after legendary medieval giants, known for their strength and appetites.
These Renaissance writers and/or humanists were concerned with wisdom, virtue and morality.
He was commissioned by the Pope to sell indulgences in order to raise money for the papacy, Albert of Hohenzollern and the Fuggers.
The most influential classical Roman scholar of the Renaissance. His works were praised by Renaissance fathers such as Petrarch.
I wrote The Prince based on Caesare Borgia, son of Pope Alexander II. In it I explained what the ideal leader had to be like in order to stay in power.
In this book, Thomas More described a perfect society in which people lived in harmony. He wrote it because of the unjust punishments for crimes and the religious persecutions of the time. He therefore realized his dream of a better society in this book.
Cervantes wrote this amusing but serious book about a knight who does not realize that times have changed and goes about saving "damsels in distress" and the like. It was actually about the inability of the nobility to let go of the medieval past.
These people believed in reviving classical teaching and text. They also abandoned scholasticism in favor of Latin, grammar, logic, rhetoric and metaphysics. Their main goal was to revive the glory of the classic age.
This is the belief that there is an ideal form of every object but it exists in another plane. It was introduced by Plato (hence the name) and people who believed in it reflected this philosophy by trying to reproduce the beauty of the soul through art.
He is known as the "father of modern skepticism." He stated that God was unknowable, and that people needed to realize that perfection was unattainable. He was also disturbed by some of the scientific discoveries of the time.
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