Which feature was typical of Greece during the Golden Age and Italy during the Renaissance?
A questioning spirit
Why was a questioning spirit a typical feature of Greece during the Golden ages and Italy during the renaissance?
Both time periods were based upon curiosity and discovery. The Renaissance was considered the rediscovery of the ideas that began in Greece during the Golden Age.
A Questioning Spirit
A questioning spirit
What is the crusades fall of the Roman empire golden age of Greece and renaissance in the correct chronological order?
Golden Age Greece, Crusades, Renaissance.
The order of these historical events were 1) the golden age of Greece, 2) the fall of the Roman empire, 3) crusades, 4) renaissance.
Artistic and literary achievements.
4) their artistic work and archievements
People of the Renaissance were influenced by Classical ideas that came from ancient Rome and Greece.
what are the hours of a typical shool day in greece
the golden age of greece was from 800-300 bc
During the Golden Age of Greece the term "greece" was not yet in use.
The Golden Age of Greece was around 500 to 300 B.C.
Greece entered its Golden Age under Pericles.
The Persian War led to the beginning of the Golden Age of Greece and the Peloponnesian War led to the end of the Golden Age of Greece
to help greece and the ruler ha d developed the golden age
Which statement best explains the periods of the Gupta Empire of India the Golden Age of Greece and the Renaissance in Italy?
A combination of wealth and a time of relative peace often leads to cultural achievement.
a strong military led to national unity a strong military led to national unity a strong military led to national unity
The typical house in Greece is white washed with a red terra-cotta roof. However, there are also many houses in Greece that do not fit this description.
During the Renaissance, there was a major resurgence of using classical learning from Greece. These influences included the likes of Plato and Socrates.
An age of prosperity , harmony, and peace in Greece.
What geographical feature central to other middle eastern civilizations is missing in classical Greece?
The geographical feature absent in classical Greece was a river. This was the reason for the comparative lack of trade in classical Greece.
The Renaissance was a revival of Greek and Roman culture which was blended with the cultures of the times.
Rome and Greece
there is no difference
it was the largest empire in the golden age
The Middle Ages
The Golden Age of Greece is the period in which Greek culture reached its peak.< (this sentence was made by Terrell Howard) HUMANITIES WORK
If you mean ancient Greece, than a typical thing guys would wear would be togas and sleeveless dresses for women
The Greece people.
No the Golden age was when the gods were born
The Golden age of Greece only lasted around 40-50 years, stifled by the multiple Persian Invasions.
mountains and water
Rome and Greece
Greece and rome
Ancient Greece and Rome
No. Aristotle lived in ancient Greece.
greece and rome
The Renaissance was the "rebirth" of art, science, and learning after the Middle Ages, especially with regard to the classical civilizations of Greece and Rome.
You give the Golden Vase to the 2 guard in Ancient Greece
they got into a war with sparta and they had a big war which ancient greece had part of there military killed so they couldnt continue there golden age
Pericles was a Statesman and General of Athens during the Golden Age of ancient Greece.
Greece and Rome
The classical culture of ancient greece
The Parthenon in Greece uses the golden ratio as well as the Pyramids of Giza