Renaissance & Reformation Project


By: Bailey Arndt


William Shakespear
Poet and playwright



Timeline of William Shakespeare's Life

  • 1564 - Born on April 23rd
  • 1582 - Married Anne Hathaway (William 18 and Anne 26)
  • 1583 & 1585 - Children were born
  • 1595 - Romeo & Juliet published
  • 1597 - 15 of his 37 plays were published
  • 1599 - Built his own theater the "Globe" in London
  • 1616 - Died on April 23rd

Acomplishments

- Wrote 37 plays that are still being performed around the world

- He made up more than 1,700 words

- Opened his own theater the "Globe"

- Most famous play " Romeo & Juliet"

- Changed how people viewed the performing arts and who could enjoy them


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Martin Luther

German Monk, priest, professor of theology, and was in charge of the Protestant Reformation

Timeline

  • 1483 - Born on November 10th
  • 1501 -  Begins studying at the University of Erfurt in Germany
  • 1507 - Becomes ordained priest
  • 1517 - Posts 95 theses on the church doors
  • 1521 - Pope excommunicates him
  • 1525 - Married Katie Von Bora
  • 1546 - Died

Acomplishments
- Being ordained as a priest

- Getting a doctorate in theology at the University of Wittenburg

- Posting the 95 these

- Being excommunicated by the Pope

- Leading a reformation against the church

- Helping people with their faith/ hepling them choose in what they believe in

 Donatello
Painter and sculptor

Timeline

  • 1386 - Born
  • 1407 - Worked at the Cathedral of Florence
  • 1414- Finished the statue of St. Mark
  • 1418 - Made a sandstone sculpture of the Marzocco ( florentine lion) for the pope
  • 1425 - Helped create the funeral monument for Antipope John XXIII
  • 1432 - Made a bronze statue of Davd for the Medici family
  • Sculpted "Judith and Holofernes" for the Medici family
  • 1466 - Died

Accomplishments

- Sculpting the statue of St. Mark

- Making many peices for the Medici family

- Creating the funeral monument for Antipope John XXIII

- Making a sandstone sculpted Marzoco for the Pope.

- Designed and made the doors for the St. George Cathedral