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"Renaissance" is a French word for "rebirth".  Merriam-Webster <ref>www.m-w.com</ref> describes the Renaissance as "the transitional movement in Europe between [[medieval]] and modern times beginning in the fourteenth century in Italy, lasting into the seventeenth century," which included "a flowering of the arts and literature" and "the beginnings of modern science".
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[[Image:Pieta.jpg|thumb|[[Michelangelo]], The Pieta.]]
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'''Renaissance''' is a French word for "rebirth".  Merriam-Webster <ref>[http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/Renaissance Renaissance]</ref> describes the Renaissance as "the transitional movement in Europe between [[medieval]] and modern times beginning in the fourteenth century in Italy, lasting into the seventeenth century," which included "a flowering of the arts and [[literature]]" and "the beginnings of modern [[science]]".
  
For a more detail description, see [[The Renaissance]].
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For a more detailed description, see [[The Renaissance]].
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== See also ==
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*[[Painting Masterpieces]]
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*[[The arts]]
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*[[Leon Battista Alberti]]
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*[[Francesco Petrarch]]
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*[[Middle Ages Painting]]
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== References ==
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==External links==
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*[http://www.learner.org/interactives/renaissance/index.html Interactive Renaissance] Explore the Renaissance and discover the forces that drove this rebirth in Europe, and in Italy in particular.
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Latest revision as of 15:23, 23 June 2016

Michelangelo, The Pieta.

Renaissance is a French word for "rebirth". Merriam-Webster [1] describes the Renaissance as "the transitional movement in Europe between medieval and modern times beginning in the fourteenth century in Italy, lasting into the seventeenth century," which included "a flowering of the arts and literature" and "the beginnings of modern science".

For a more detailed description, see The Renaissance.

See also

References

  1. Renaissance

External links

  • Interactive Renaissance Explore the Renaissance and discover the forces that drove this rebirth in Europe, and in Italy in particular.