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4.03 Renaissance Humanities and Fine Arts

World History

Bobbi Eason

on 29 January 2013

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By: Bobbi Eason 4.03 Renaissance Humanities and Fine Arts Architecture Buildings during the renaissance were usually built in 3 ways. Doric, Ionic, and Corinthian, Ionic columns are the tallest and thinnest of the three. They tend to have scrolls at the top. Doric columns are sturdier than Ionic, their thicker and shorter. They are the least decorative out of the 3 columns. Doric seems to have no stand at the bottom like the other to do. Corinthian columns are similar to ionic in size, but have have a more elaborate design on the top. These columns can still be found today on important buildings; such as museums and government buildings. Inventions Inventions from the renaissance, has a great influence for us today. For example, the movable type. People always said," Watch your "P" and "Q". or why the p and q is on the opposite side of every keyboard. It was important to move the P and Q so nobody would get confused. Literature There was also a change in literature during the Renaissance. Writers from the renaissance rediscovered the old manuscripts from the greek and roman time. Part of the humanist studies, scholars started seeking the classic poetry and history. This gave them time to see what the renaissance wrote all about and what they were thinking. Art All the artists in the Renaissance did such a great job with their paintings, some are still famous and known by everyone today. For example, Michelangelo (1475-1564) One of his most famous paintings is Sistine Chapel.
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