What advances in medicine were made during the renaissance and reformation?
During the medical renaissance, there were many advancements in medical technology and knowledge. There were surgical inventions - using silk thread for stitches, artificial limbs, knowledge of dissections, and also knowledge of the heart and blood.
The Renaissance began first, but history is not a timeline where one thing starts where another ends, so there is some overlap of the beginning of the Reformation and the end of the Renaissance. Also, there were reformers during the renaissance but they are not considered directly part of the reformation that Luther is famous for.
Which contributed to the advances in learning that occurred during the Renaissance a writing in the common language of a people or b inventing the printing press?
During the renaissance various subjects began to develop as new ideas began to arise. advances in anatomy, geography, astronomy, medicine, philosophy and literature. ideas such as Nicholas Copernicus and Galileo's about the universe ( that the sun sat at the center of the universe orbited by the planets and stars). they also discovered new techniques in painting and so such as perspective.
Renaissance literally translates to rebirth, and it generally refers to the period in Europe that began in the 1400s. Great cultural advances (in art, literature, science, medicine, etc.) were made after the long period of stagnation known as the Dark Ages. It was a rebirth of a culture that had been dying, and many advances occurred during that period.
How did the renaissance and reformation expand cultural interaction both within Europe and outside of it?
The Renaissance and reformation were times of scientific innovation. Before the Renaissance trade routes were limited because of poor roads and small, inefficient ships. During the renaissance shipbuilding and cartography improved and sailors were able to reach Asia and bring back trade goods such as spices.
The Renaissance was a cultural movement that experienced great expansion in faith. Before the Renaissance, the largest religion was Catholicism. During the Renaissance, however, the Protestant Reformation occurred. This movement established the large Protestant Church. Many other splinter religions also formed, but they did not gain the popularity that the Protestant Church received.
The Renaissance (13th-16th centuries) is considered a turning point in history because of how much the world changed. Art changed. Science changed. Medicine changed. People's views on life, government, and politics changed. Education changed. Religion changed. I could go on and on about this. Also, many important people were born during this time and they made several contributions in the fields listed above. When you put it all together, the Renaissance was about a thousand…
Many things were looking to be discovered during the renaissance. Many of them failed, but a few of them succeeded, such as Mathematics and Science. Mathematics: Math symbols: Square Root Positive and Negative Advances in Mathematics led to advances in science Science: Knowing more about the sky(astronomy) Learned that the Earth rotates(moves) around the Sun Education became even more important during the renaissance
How did the Renaissance lead to trade a commercial revoluation that paved the way for explonation of the American?
Here is a quick answer. The middle ages was different from the renaissance because the renaissance was basicly a time when the arts music and science reawakened and had some advances to it. People were more interested about art, music, literature, and science in the renaissance. During the middle ages it was not as important to the people, so when the renaissance came the arts were kind of reintroduced to the people. The renaissance lasted…
Well, as for physical advances I' not sure. But I do know that during their travels, crusaders witnessed many marvels, such as temples and great cities. After the crusades, the people of Europe were moved and captivated by what the crusaders had seen, which greatly(if not entirely) influenced the Renaissance.