The Renaissance By Brent Elorza

Marco Polo and the Silk Road

Races; The reopening of the Silk Road helped spark the renaissance by trading and getting to know each other's cultures and how things worked at their country. They also would show each other's the way they lived and new creations.

Trade centers

The Medicis took education very curious, they also wanted their city to be the best in looks so they paid people just to have their city better. Banking was was a major reason why cities would get wealthy.

Rediscovering the past

Races; Greek and Roman classical ideas help spark the renaissance by their art. They wanted their art to be as realistic as possible. They didn't just wanted their art to be about their god they wanted to enjoy life and nature. Greeks ideas was more about nature and life in these ages. Roman ideas were manly about the architecture as buildings.

Greek art

Greek art

An idea of Roman architecture

Roman architecture

Leonardo da Vinci

In this article it talks about Leonardo's artwork and his life. It manly talks about his most hamous art. Leonardo was described a very unique man because of the way he writes.

These are Leonardo's famous artwork in his life time.

This video is about Leonardo's art work throughout this life time.

Michelangelo

This talks about his artwork

William Shakespeare's

Shakespeare's writing reflected humanism because he didn't write in Latin he in Italian. The reason he was because he wanted every one to be able to read his books. The reason why he had a big aduiance was because he want only rich people or powerful people to see the play. He aloud every one to see. The theater had many floors people get put into it based on your weath. To summarize William Shakespeare want everyone to understand and be able to see his work.

"There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so."

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