Renaissance Worksheets – Holy Roman Empire, Albrecht Dürer

We have continued on with our unit on the Renaissance.  Our readings covered Maximilian and Charles V, and talked about the influential people of that period: the Fugger Family, who were the wealthiest banking family outside of Italy, and Albrecht Dürer the famous German artist.

We are using  The Story of the Renaissance (affiliate link)  as our spine for this unit.  We read sections aloud together and add in art from other sources (the internet, library books, etc.).  For this section, I have an amazing book of Dürer’s art (including examples of his woodcarvings) that I bought when I was an exchange student in Germany (Dürer und seine Zeitgenossen).  We’ve spent days pouring over his beautiful artwork. :) He was very prolific and left behind over 100 engravings, 250 woodcuts, and 1,000 drawings.

These are the notebook pages the kids added to their history notebook. They are currently free to download for anyone else who can use them! :) ~Liesl

Renaissance Period in the Holy Roman Empire

Renaissance-Worksheets-Holy-Roman-EmpireDisclosure:  Please note that some of the links above are affiliate links, and at no additional cost to you, I will earn a commission if you decide to make a purchase.

You might be interested in our other Renaissance Posts:

Renaissance-Artists-and-their-Patrons-Worksheets-Lapbook

And you might want to visit the posts from our Middle Ages Unit (Some of these posts also include some free notebook pages):

MiddleAges-Projects

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