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What consistent theme of Erasmus' works enraged the clergy? What event occurred on April 2. What name did Magellan give the Philippines? For whom were they later renamed? Which European monarch was designated by the pope in the 's as "Defender of the Faith"? Why was this ironic? What were rutters and why were they important? Why did the medieval church believe the earth was flat? Who was Michelangelo's lifelong idol?
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According to William Manchester. AP Euro Summer Work 5 What is the meaning of the title of the book. Who said to a Catholic priest. Why didn't Magellan take the most direct route from Spain to Brazil?
How much of the land in England was owned by the Catholic Church when Henry broke away? How did Calvin deal with the issues of abortion and illegitimacy? What part of Magellan's body was returned to Spain? Why did the friendly Filipinos eventually turn against them? Of all the tributes to Magellan.
What obsession overcame Magellan while anchored in the Philippines? AP Euro Summer Work 6 How many men completed the voyage?
How many started it? What was ironic about the fact that the one surviving ship of Magellan's fleet was piloted home by Cano?
Who was the first person to complete a circumnavigation of the globe?
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Andrei Al. Alexander Zernovoj. Samantha Johnson. Westfield Washington Public Library. Ravi Ranjan. Sivaraj Ambat. Continuing with his focus in regard to spirituality, Manchester writes on the rise of humanism in the early Renaissance days and its celebration of secularism over piety. The section further covers humanist scholars, and concentrates upon the humanist tendencies of Renaissance leaders such as Michelangelo and Leonardo. Henry's wives and eventual separation from the Church despite his being once an "ardent Catholic" are treated extensively.
The final section of the work, "One Man Alone", is a description of the voyage of the Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan , who circumnavigated the globe.
The section expands upon the life and personality of Magellan and his eventual death in the Philippines in an attempt to convert the natives to Catholicism there. Manchester's argument is ultimately that Magellan's voyage was concurrent with and, on several levels, symptomatic of changing ways in which Renaissance people thought. Ron Grossman of the Chicago Tribune , for instance, wrote that "by taking readers along on Magellan's voyage, Manchester provides them with easy access to a fascinating age when our modern mentality was just being born.
Some professional historians, however, have dismissed or ignored the book because of accusations regarding numerous factual errors and its dependence on interpretations that have not been accepted by experts since the s at the latest. In , the English industrial metal band Godflesh released an album named after Manchester's book.
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