The renaissance By heather rowe

Marco poLo and the silk road

Part of the journey was along the Silk Road when the polos arrived in china, they met with mongols emperor kublai khan.he invited them to stay in his court. And even made Marco Polo a government official.

Marco Polo
Marco Polo travels

Italian trade cities (florence)

Medici family

Medic family did a lot of things like banking architecture and had a lot of education specially artwork

Medici family architecture
Medici family banking tower I think it's a tower

Rediscovering the past (greek and roman)

Roman and Greek Are discovering the past. And how they helped the rebirth in French of the renaissance was tragic.

Roman was a placed where people came from different places to be safe from there enemies.

Greek was a placed for anyone.

Greek people always had wars and Ride in a carriage by horese 

Was the old empire of roman and people are discovering it and taking tours around it.

LeOnarDo da vinci

I choose these article because I felt something about this article it mean something.these article gave a lot of sensory details ,big ideas and it talk about engineers and other things he did in life and work on. 

This is he's artwork forward u can see that it was priceless expensive and said not to touch so u won't ruin it

Michael Angelo

This YouTube video is about different people talking about his paintings and drawing and how there doing a auction to sell his expensive paintings. And more things about he work

Paper and printing (johan guten berg)

What I'm showing u that how small the words are print them on big papers

I'm showing u that how they're making ink and how they're making the printing

What I did on paper and printing was that I show u how they're made . And how they're replaced differently.

Renaissance writing (william Shakespeare

Little is known about Shakespeare’s life or personal opinions, and there are dangers in attempting to deduce a writer’s outlook from those of his dramatic creations. It is unlikely that Shakespeare was a humanist in the modern sense of the word – that is, someone who believes that this is the only life we have and that there are good reasons for living a moral life that do not depend on a belief in gods or life after,death

In Shakespeare’s day, London theaters like the Globe could accommodate up to 3,000 people watching popular plays. With theaters running most afternoons, that could mean as many as 10,000-20,000 people could see a play every week! Who were these people? Shakespeare’s audience was the very rich, the upper middle class, and the lower middle class. All of these people would seek entertainment just as we do today, and they could afford to spend money going to the theater. Royalty might attend the theater in a private gallery, or they would summon the players to perform at their court, as Elizabeth I and James I did.

On the left side is a play from high school kids about Romeo and Juliet and on the right is Macbeth a sculpture with a Macbeth putting crown on 

“Love is a smoke raised with the fume of sighs;

Being purged, a fire sparkling in lovers’ eyes;

Being vex’d a sea nourish’d with lovers’ tears.”


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