Need help with HUM 111 "The Classical Tradition reborn"

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  • Identify two (2) classical Greek and / or Roman figures or qualities in any work by Michelangelo or by Raphael.
  • Discuss the primary reasons why popes and other patrons might allow such trappings of ancient pagan culture within a Christian society, even in sacred contexts.
  • Describe any modern structure or sculpture or work of art where you can identify either ancient pagan images or features, or a mix of elements from different cultures and periods.
Nov 24th, 2015

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  • Identify two (2) classical Greek and / or Roman figures or qualities in any work by Michelangelo or by Raphael.Discuss the primary reasons why popes and other patrons might allow such trappings of ancient pagan culture within a Christian society, even in sacred contexts.Describe any modern structure or sculpture or work of art where you can identify either ancient pagan images or features, or a mix of elements from different cultures and periods.
The traditional Roman figures of Michelangelo that I pick are the figure of Moses and the figure of David. The reasons of why popes and different supporters may permit trappings of old agnostic society inside of a Christian culture is to show change to Christianity and essentially that did not had any impact.

Unmistakable syncretism in society conviction may indicate social acknowledgment of an outsider or past convention, yet the "other" religion may survive or penetrate without approved syncresis in any case. For instance, some Conversos built up a kind of clique for saint casualties of the Spanish Inquisition, therefore fusing components of Catholicism while opposing it. 

A few religious developments have grasped obvious syncretism, for example, the instance of merging Shintō convictions into Buddhism or the amalgamation of Germanic and Celtic agnostic perspectives into Christianity amid its spread into Gaul, the British Isles, Germany, and Scandinavia. Indian impacts are found in the act of Shi'i Islam in Trinidad. Others have unequivocally dismisses it as depreciating and trading off valuable and honest to goodness qualifications; samples of this incorporate post-Exile Second Temple Judaism, Islam, and the vast majority of Protestant Christianity


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