The renaissance By: Stephanie Ayala
Marco Polo and the Silk Road
Italian trade cities - Florence
Pictures 1-4 are images on what Roman did on how to do there sculptures with manny details or how they build there pillars for the Architecture buildings
Romans idea of what there pottery looks like
ancient Roman architecture
Imagines 1-3 are how Greek thought of doing architecture art and manny other things like poetry murals mosaics and sculptures
Greek and Roman had manny different ways to do. there sculptures
This is an example of the Greek architecture on how they take the time to carve there details on the building
Leonardo da Vinci
Leonardo proceeded to study the role of internal organs among them he probed most deeply into the brain. People recorded his drawings into the renaissance science.his drawings were based on a connection on natural and abstract respiration.people claimed that his art work of study was worth nothing .so his medical investigation remind private. Even though he kept his study's to him self he did publish some of his art work on anatomy.
The printing press made every faster and easier .people could printing faster it created many different useful things.there was a shift from the laborious manuscript making to the codex print allowing many copies of written work to be quickly created, in turn providing greater access to information for all and providing the framework for the gradual transformation of societal literacy.
Renaissance writing(William Shakespeare's)
Shakespeare’s influence on Renaissance culture was not simply a matter of incorporating works written in foreign languages and times past into his present. Shakespeare arguably invented a uniquely English version of the Renaissance, for he wove together the plots of ancient tragedies with the histories of medieval England so masterfully that it was difficult to disentangle them. Moreover, Shakespeare imbued some of his characters with a distinctly '‘medieval'’ way of reasoning. By making such logic seem antiquated, Shakespeare defined Renaissance modes of thought and their distance from the medieval past more persuasively.Shakespeare, influenced by humanism, reveals the values people of the Renaissance had.Renaissance humanism refers to the ideals of the cultural, social, and educational reforms undertaken by scholars, artists, and political leaders in Europe during the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. Renaissance humanism developed in response to the increasingly outdated and limited ideals of medieval scholasticism that had pervaded Europe throughout the previous several centuries. Instead of merely equipping professional such as doctors, lawyers, and theologians with the strict rules of practice for their professions, humanists sought to instill within the educated a strong sense of virtue and prudence through the close study of the humanities and particularly the arts of rhetoric, history, poetry, and philosophy. Humanism originated in Florence and Naples, Italy in the fourteenth century but began to spread throughout Europe in the early 16th century due to the large-scale printing and publication of classical and modern poetic, historic, rhetorical and philosophical texts.