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Intellectual movement characterised in our period by a preoccupation with recovery of the ancient world of Greece and Rome, its texts and its values. This recovery led to a growing vision of active involvement in civic affairs as one of the most worthwhile of human activities and education for such a vocation as a priority. Christian humanists (such as Erasmus) used this knowledge to further understanding of the Scriptures.