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People of the Renaissance and Reformation

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One of the people who put the scientific method revolution into motion; emphasized experimentation and observation and wanted science to make life better for people with practical technologies.
The brilliant German astronomer and mathematician whose calculations supported Copernicus's heliocentric view.
The towering figure of Renaissance literature; English poet and playwright.
The author of "The Book of the Courtier."; it described important traits a member of the court should have.
He completed the first edition of the Catholic Bible using a printing press.
This man invented a new math and published a book explaining the law of gravity.
An English chemist who refined the alchemists' view of chemicals as basic building blocks.
He used his knowledge of classical languages to produce a new Greek edition of the Christian Bible.
The man who wrote the 95 Theses against indulgences.
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He wrote a guide for rulers on how to gain and maintain power.
An artist who is best known for his portrayals of the Madonna, the mother of Jesus.
Artist of one of the most famous paintings, the "Mona Lisa."
She became queen after her father passed away and used her skills to restore unity to England.
This man preached predestination.
He assembled an astronomical telescope and further proved that Earth moved around the sun.
He published "The Revolutions of the Heavenly Spheres" and proposed the idea of heliocentric.
A Spanish knight raised in the crusading tradition; drew up a strict program for the Jesuits.
She established her own order of nuns after finding convent routine not strict enough.
He applied the painting techniques he learned in Italy to engraving.
The English humanist who wrote the book "Utopia."
He is known as "the Magnificent and was also a generous patron of the arts.