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04.03 Renaissance Humanities and Fine Arts: Assessment

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Lindie Dilmore

on 23 May 2013

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Transcript of 04.03 Renaissance Humanities and Fine Arts: Assessment

Legacy Literature Inventions Architecture Art Mona Lisa is a great example of the Renaissance because it was very popular in the time period. The smile was a hallmark of Leonardo's style. This painting has inspired very many questions over the years for it's great work. Last year in my English class we had to read Romeo and Juliet. Romeo and Juliet was written by William Shakespeare and was very popular. This is an example of the Renaissance because he lived in the time and was a very famous author and well known for his great writings. A clock is an excellent example for the Renaissance. The first mechanical clock was invented in the early 1300's. With this invention time began to be measured in hours. Galileo discovered the pendulum in 1581. The pendulum greatly improved the constant movement of the hands of a clock. Columns are an important part of Renaissance architecture. They mimic Corinthian columns, ancient Greek and Rome's buildings featured columns and influenced Renaissance architecture. Columns adorn various styles of buildings, but are commonly associated as a distinguishing feature of Greek style.
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