Which were the major Italian cities in the renaissance era?
The major TRADE Cities were: Rome, Florence, Venice, Bologna, Naples and Milan.
Florence, Milan, Mantua, Venice, Rome, Naples, Urbino, Ferrara.
The Italian High Renaissance.
Italian cities gained importance primarily through trade. This is evident by the huge trading monopolies conducted by Venice and Genoa during the late Middle Ages and the Renaissance era.
Renaissance is a more latin/italian style music, but if you are talking of the era Renaissance, then Renaissance was the era before Baroque, and medevil is from the Medevil ages, which according to Google was from the 5th to 15th century, whereas the Renaissance era was the 13th to 17th era, leading upto the Baroque period of music. I hope this has helped.
Renaissance is the name under which we know the artistic and cultural movement that took place in several European countries at the end of the Medieval Era. The Italian city of Florence was a major focal point of this movement, some scholars attribute Florence's economical and cultural situation as one of the reasons Renaissance started there, also the climate of peace that prevailed in the region.
The four major cities in the Gold Rush Era were Sacramento, Modesto, San Francisco and Stockton. The Gold Rush Era lasted 1848 to 1855.
Leonardo belongs to the Italian high Renaissance, together with Michelangelo and Raphael.
an obvious influence in French art was the era of Italian painters under the Renaissance period.
The Renaissance was a cultural movement that spanned the period roughly from the 14th to the 17th century. The Elizabethan era was in the 16th century. Therefore the answer to this question is NO - but the Elizabethan era was in the Renaissance era and some would regard the Elizabethan era as the height of the Renaissance era.
This is mentioned in the first book, The Awakening. Katherine turned him into a vampire in the Italian Renaissance era.
The Baroque comes after the Renaissance.
Giovanni Gabrieli was from the late Italian Renaissance time period. He was probably one of the most famous and important composer of his time.
Donatello, Masaccio, Brunelleschi, Giotto, Botticelli, Fra Angelico, Piero Della Francesca, Mantegna, Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci and Raphael. To name but a few. The renaissance is the name given to an era rather that a group of artists. Translating from Italian renaissance means rebirth, and is often seen to refer to this era between the 13th and aruable the 17th centuries, when Art was reborn as a science, an era in which art reached its absolute… Read More
Tikal and Palenque, which were two cities that existed during the classic era (200-900 ad)
The Baroque Era followed the Renaissance.
the invention of the printing press was a great one! it helped to start propoganda and also helped literacy
In France, as in other European countries, the Renaissance era was replaced by the Baroque era, in about 1600.
Shakespeare lived his whole life in the Renaissance so anything he did was done in that era.
The renaissance was an important era because it sparked a period of discovery, innovation, and enlightenment.
There were two major inventions that happened during the Renaissance era. The first was the mechanical clock that started measuring in hours. The second was glasses, that would help people with poor vision to see.
When did the Renaissance era occur
The main religion in the Renaissance era was Christianity, then Islam, the religions like Buddhism...etc.
Renaissance means "Rebirth". It was an important era that allowed Western Civilization to finally overcome the decline and fall of the Roman Empire.
In the sense of art during the era of the Renaissance.
it was generally known as the rebirth & reconsrcution era. renaissance means rebirth , what was being reborn was the classicial era.
Humanists in Italy worked towards a revival of the classical era. Petrarch, considered as The Father of Humanism during the Italian Renaissance, advocated humanist emphasis on the use of pure classical Latin.
providing patronage for Renaissance artists.
A Renaissance. (Like the Renaissance)
Explore nonreligious themes.
Renaissance / Colonial era
Claudio Monteverdi was the bridge composer between the Renaissance Era to the Baroque Era.
The Northern Renaissance is the term used to describe the Renaissance in northern Europe, or more broadly in Europe outside Italy. Before 1450 Italian Renaissance humanism had little influence outside Italy. From the late 15th century the ideas spread around Europe. The resulting German Renaissance, French Renaissance, English Renaissance, Renaissance in the Netherlands, Polish Renaissance and other national and localized movements with different characteristics and strengths. In France, King Francis I imported Italian art, commissioned… Read More
Yes. Pretty much anyone who lived in the Renaissance era was religious, and there were major fights about which religion was the right one, which resulted in many deaths
Not at all as Rembrandt lived 100 years after the Renaissance.
The renaissance gave way to enlightmant and rebirth. This period of time allowed the modern era to break off from its past medieval era. The renaissance allowed Europe to rise up and be what it is today.
Renaissance artists means painters, sculptors, etc, who worked in the Renaissance era. That was in the 15th and early 16th centuries.
The Renaissance era in Western music began in about 1400, in northern Italy.
Lute was the common accompaniment instrument for Renaissance era but during the Romantic era it changes to piano.
Critics often disagree about the value of any piece of literature, however, certainly under consideration for one of the best autobiographies of the Renaissance period was that of Benvenuto Cellini. Cellini was born in the middle of the 15th century is worthy of being read. Cellini was a sculptor and the record of his life gives us an insight to life in the Italian Renaissance.
the renaissance era showed that man is basically awesome contrary to what catholicism taught during the medieval period. This era was the transition between the middle ages, and the modern era.
The renaissance was a time of development of new things. Religions were being made and spread throught the renaissance era. (Unsure)
The northern Italians.
It was an era not a party. Everyone did.
There were more than 10,000 languages spoken in the world at that time, including: English French Spanish German Russian Hindi Yiddish Italian Japanese Korean Thai Arabic
She is from the Renaissance era, painted between 1503-1506
The Renaissance in England spanned several reigns, but Elizabeth I was one of the prominent monarchs during that era. The two terms are not, however, strictly equivalent.
The modern era started after the end of the middle ages, beginning with the time known generally as "Renaissance" and in England "the Tudor Era". This coincides approximately with the discovery of the New World (the Americas), the end of castle building, the Dissolution of the Monasteries in England and many other major changes.
the renaissance era spanned roughly the 14th to the 17th century.