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Where did the renaissance start?
Between the 14th and 17th centuries, beginning in Florence and later spreading to the rest of Europe.
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Began in approximately 1919 and lasted until about 1940.
The rennaissance was massive reaction to new found educational methods such as the printing press. It was a classical rebirth in the arts and many other areas. People started …discovering their own capabilities and began to believe that man was the center of everything instead of giving thanks to God who gave them these capabilities. Great renaissance men were Leonardo Davinci, Michalangelo, and Raphael.
The Black Death killed so many people that huge plots of land inherited or was given to poor farmers. Because of the success off the new plots of land, farmers had less time t…o worry about money and more time for education, something they never usually focused on. Influence from the Crusades and the religion of Islam also influenced the Renaissance. Increased trade by Italian ports (Milan, Venice, Genoa, Florence) and the generous contributions of the Medici family may also be linked. Source: Look it up the Renaissance on Wikipedia. It's helpful.
Italy. The Renaissance was a time of classicism. Meaning, that society was focussed on the classic works (art, architecture, literature, philosophy, etc) of Greece and Rome. I…taly developed in this area for multiple reasons.
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about from the 14th century to the 16th century in the 1300
Until 1570, plays were performed on temporary stages. Starting in 1570, permanent theatres were built, but only in London. For example, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre. There were… only 2 permanent Theatres during the Renaissance time period.
There is "excommunication"and there is also "Erasmus"
The Harlem Renaissance is the term applied to the movement of African Americans from the Southern to the Northern cities during the 1920s and 1930s. the time period co…incided with black migration to the northern cities to look for employment opportunities that became available after World War I.
Most people today have absolutely no idea about the real source of the advanced knowledge and sciences that helped drag Europe out of the Dark Ages and into the light of civil…ization and literacy. The Renaissance (literally "the rebirth") traces its earliest beginnings to Al Andalus, also known as "Moorish Spain," a part of Spain which fell under Islamic rule for nearly eight hundred years. During the early centuries of Islamic expansion, one of the things that Islam stressed above all others was literacy; as Islam spread, so too did literacy, and Al Andalus was no exception. (It bears noting that Islam of that time bears very little resemblance to the Islam of today; back then, most Muslims were much more tolerant of others, and tended to be much less fervent in their beliefs.) During the Dark Ages, the Catholic church destroyed hundreds of thousands of books throughout Europe under the premise that, "if it repeats what's in the bible, it's redundant; if it says things that aren't in the bible, it's heresy." This approach caused a devastating loss of the combined ancient knowledge as handed down by the Greeks and Romans. While most of Europe languished in the Dark Ages, and very few Europeans could read and write, Moorish Spain was a beacon of both civilization and literacy; the great cities of Al Andalus had miles of well lit streets and hundreds of public libraries, containing millions of books and scrolls. At a time when a European nobleman might brag that his personal library contained "a dozen books, " the libraries of Al Andalus contained the collective knowledge and wisdom of the ancients, and shared it freely with anyone who wanted to study. During the 11th, 12th and 13th Centuries, European scholars like Abelard came to Al Andalus to study at the public libraries, where they learned things like algebra, alchemy, medicine, philosophy and various other disciplines and sciences; this was also where Europeans re-learned many of the lost secrets of the ancient Romans and Greeks, such as geometry, astronomy, and mechanical/hydraulic engineering, of which the Arab rulers of Spain were accomplished masters. (For example, the aqueducts and fountains of the Alhambra palace still work perfectly, many centuries after they were built.) During the golden age of Al Andalus, literally hundreds of thousands of Greek, Latin and Arabic texts were translated into several European languages. The works of Averroes (a brilliant Spanish Muslim polymath of the 12th Century, who invented safe and effective cataract surgery, among many other things) Archimedes, Pythagoras, Aristotle, Plato and many others were translated into French, German, English and Italian. After spending several years studying in Al Andalus, Abelard and other founders of European universities brought wagon loads of such translations home to help establish universities, and university libraries. These university libraries then formed the basis of the earliest stages of the Renaissance. It was Al Andalus' massive repositories of knowledge, open to anyone who wished to learn, which finally enabled Europe to lift itself out of the darkness and illiteracy of the Dark Ages and give birth to the Renaissance. IMPROVED ANSWER: The Renaissance, was a great cultural movement that began in Italy during the late 1300's. It spread to England, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain, and other countries in the late 1400's, and ended about 1600. During the Renaissance, many European scholars and artists, especially in Italy, studied the learning and art of ancient Greece and Rome. They wanted to recapture the spirit of the Greek and Roman cultures in their own artistic, literary, and philosophic works.
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Officially, the Middle Ages end and the Renaissance starts in the year 1492, because in this year Columbus discovered the 'new world', and Lorenzo De' Medici ruler of Fl…orence died, both beginning a series of changes in history.
Yes , it started in Italy because it was at the crossroads of trade, where the silk road ended. Along with silk the silk roads brought it many people from other land…s trying to sell there product along with selling there products they brought new idea's in medicine, art, and astronomy. People began to embrace these new idea's leading to the Renaissance. Italy was just in the right place.
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The reformation. where people started to question the church and stand off into their own religions such as lutheran. This occoured because during the renaissance people start…ed to get other ideas about the world.
The Renaissance began in the late Middle Ages, around the fourteenth century. While it is difficult to pinpoint an exact starting place, the general consensus is that it b…egan in Florence, Italy. There were a variety of factors that contributed to its emergence. During the thirteenth and early fourteenth centuries, medieval political and social structures had begun to crumble. There occurred a shift in the economy, which brought forth a new elite who carried new models of thought. Additionally, the Great Plague played a role. The Plague's death tolls were immense, and so survivors were left with proportionally more wealth. Further, the high death toll meant that there were less laborers for the fields, and the increased demand for labor led to higher wages. A degree of increased social mobility resulted, and a greater number of people were therefore interested in displaying their wealth as a way to reinforce their social and political positions. Finally, Florentine culture emphasized civic humanism, or the political and ideological discourse that was rooted in the city's contemporary reality but drew from classical political thought. Civic humanism sought to revive classical republicanism and its associated virtues, which necessitated the revival of the study of classical texts and languages. For more, see Hans Baron's work The Crisis of the Early Italian Renaissance.