What were 3 characteristics of the Italian Renaissance?
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The Italian Renaissance and the Harlem Renaissance. "The Italian Renaissance and Harlem Renaissance occurred in completely different regions of the world, involved completely different people, occurred in completely different time periods, but are not that different from each other. They share similar causes, developed similarly, share common characteristics, leaders, and both had an insightful effect on future civilizations. Although the Italian Renaissance and Harlem Renaissance are separated by a 500 year timerange and involve completely…
1.renaissance italy was a time of knowledge 2.The renaissance italy was an age of recovery from the problems of the eighteenth century, such as plague, political insatiably, and a decline in church power. 3.There was a rebirth of interests in ancient culture. 4.They believed that human beings could accomplish anything. 5. they focused on more culture.
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The Renaissance is considered a period of transition from the Middle Ages to Modernity. Its significance in Italy is the quality and the stunning amount of Renaissance art which was produced in Italy and the number of Italian Renaissance masters. The significance to the Italian is the cultural and artistic heritage of this period and the way it contributes in shaping Italian identity.