No, Shakespeare lived during the English Renaissance which came some time after the Renaissance in Italy.
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No, Queen Victoria did not reign during the Renaissance. The Renaissance movement spanned roughly the 14th - 17th centuries. Queen Victoria reigned from 1837 - 1901, which means her reign commenced early in the 19th century and ended (upon her death) at the start of the 20th century.
The English Renaissance was from 1485-1650.
Queen Elizabeth I reigned during the Elizabethan Era. Also King James I reigned during this period.
The five most famous pharaohs are Khufu who reigned during 2589-2566 B.C.,Khafra who reigned during 2558-2532 B.C., Amenhotep I who reigned during 1525-1502 B.C., Hatshepsut who reigned during 1498-1483 B.Sc., and of course Thutmose III reigning during 1470-1425 B.C. .
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English Literary Renaissance was created in 1971.
During the Renaissance, girls received less education than boys. Tudor merchants were highly educated but generally, school was for only those who could afford it.
Shakespeare lived during the Renaissance, so everyone he knew, he knew during the renaissance.
The English Renaissance was a cultural movement from the late 15th to early 17th century. Henry Tudor, who was later crowned Henry VII became the first king during the Renaissance.
Yes he did live during the Renaissance.
The language during the renaissance was usually Latin.
You are referring to Queen Victoria who actually reigned for 63 years and seven months.
Shakespeare lived and wrote in the Elizabethan Era, the English Renaissance.
It's called the elizabethan Age or English Renaissance.
George I died during 1797 and was succeeded by George II. So, both George I and George II reigned during 1797.
secular humanism as demonstrated during the renaissance.
During the renaissance queen Elizabeth was queen for England.
The harpsichord was a popular instrument during the Renaissance.
Before the Renaissance, English was a language that only the commoners spoke. Nobles or royalty would read and write in Latin or other older languages. During the English Renaissance, poets and playwrights deliberately wrote in English so as to bring their works to lower classes of people. As English became a more widespread language, more people were able to attend school and gain an education.
The Pope was in charge of the church during the Renaissance. Throughout the Renaissance, there were several popes.
The English Renaissance was an artistic and cultural movement lasting from the end of the 15th century (after the end of the War of Roses) until the early 16th century. The outstanding legacy of the period would be the English Renaissance plays by such notable playwrights as William Shakespeare and Christopher Marlowe. The Baconian Method advanced science during the period. Art during the period flourished, with Hans Holbein being the most notable figure. A celebration of music most notably popularized the madrigal and the sonnet. Renaissance architecture featured heavy use of glass as displayed at Hardwick Hall.