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  • The Renaissance
    The development in arts and letters known as the Renaissance [naissance=birth in French] was a revived interest in classical learning and culture in the 1300's and the 1400's in Italy, but later...

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    Many of the innovations of the Renaissance have shaped contemporary society. Perhaps the most important innovations were the beginnings of modern science. The Renaissance marks the development of...

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    The Renaissance, or "Rebirth," was a revival of learning and art in Europe after the Dark Ages. Here are major characteristics of this period: 1. The influence of the Italian scholar Petrarch, who...

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    Petrarch is credited with being the first "writer" of the Renaissance and his sonnets, formal short love poems, are seen widely as the basis for the evolution of this poetic form in England in...

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    The word "Renaissance" comes from the French and it means "re-birth." This is an accurate appellation in that everything that encompassed the Renaissance was a re-envisioning of ideas, mores, and...

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    The Renaissance was a form of rebirth. People were moving out of the dark ages and becoming more aware of things. The focus of the Renaissance was a time of great works of art and literature. With...

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    I would say that one of the realities that emerge from the Renaissance with large impact is the elevation of the artist. Prior to the Renaissance, the artist held little importance. It was the...

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    The primary difference between the two, and the major break between Medieval and Renaissance thought. was the concept of the worth of the individual, a school of thought known as humanism. At the...

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    People were questioning the authority of the church and King. Some was also from people not knowing whether to choose king or church first.

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    The Renaissance was a period of scientific, intellectual, and cultural awakening beginning in mid-14th century Italy. The Renaissance stressed humanist ideas, that is ideas founded in classical...

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    I would say that the emphasis on the individual and, in particular, the artist is one way that the art of the Renaissance reflected its ideals. Emerging from the Dark Ages, where human beings were...

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    The Renaissance (from the French word meaning "re-birth") was a cultural movement spanning (depending on which cultural historians you believe) from the 14th to the 17th centuries. I'm...

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