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Leonardo Da Vinci
Lonardo Da Vinci was born on April 15,1452 in Vinci, Italy. By the age of fourteen he bean apprenticing the artist Verrocchio for six years. Many people only know him for his artwork but he learned many skills like metal
working, leather arts, carpentry, drawing and sculpting.
The eyeglasses or spectacles made there first appearance around 1200's and believed to be invented by Salvino D’Amate. However as early as 4 B.C. A roman tragedian Seneca alleging to have read all the books in Rome by looking through a globe of water that had the same effect as eyeglasses.
He was born on April 6,1438
in Urban,Italy. Giovanni Santio, Raphael's
father was a painter for the Duke of Urbino. He showed Raphael the basic techniques. When Raphael was 11 years old, his father died. So he took over his fathers workshop.

Martin Luther
By 1352 eye glasses were worn by the very well educated, Very rich nobleman, and Italian clergy.

Leonardo Da Vinci created many famous pieces of art like The Last Supper, Vitruvian Man, Etc. But the most famous it the Mona Lisa that was created in 1517. He was important because of his curiosity and brilliant mind because he was very curious and wanted to know how things works.
Renaissance Project
Samuel Rodriguez
Erika Torres

Neal Tipton
Breiana Brown
Samuel R. .N.A., .N.A. "Leonardo Da Vinci Biography." Bio.com. A&E Networks Television, 9 Feb. 2015. Web. 9 Feb. 2015. <http://www.biography.com/people/leonardo-da-vinci-40396>.
The eyeglasses in the renaissance helped the educated people read books and older people to see better.
John Calvin
"Inventions of the Renaissance." Inventions of the Renaissance. Web. 10 Feb. 2015. <http://www.bookunitsteacher.com/renaissance/inventions.htm>.
John Calvin was a Theologian, Journalist (1509–1564).John Calvin used Protestant principles to establish a religious so and in 1555 he was given the absolute supremacy as leader in Geneva.
Erika T.
<i>Bio.com</i>. A&E Networks Television. Web. 10 Feb. 2015. &lt;http://www.biography.com/people/raphael-41051#death-and-legacy&gt;.
In 1500, a master painter named Pietro Vannunic, otherwise known as Perugino wanted Raphael to become his apprentice. The apprenticeship lasted four years. During that time, Raphael gain his own unique paintings. The Three Graces 1503, The Knight Dream in 1504 and The Oddi Altarpiece Marrige of the Virgin in 1504
Layla Lawson
john calvin was forced to leave Geneva in 1538. but when he was invited back in 1541 Calvin became an important spiritual and political leader. Martin Luther's successor as the preeminent Protestant theologian, Calvin was known for an intellectual,an emotional approach to fath that provided protestantism's theotogical underpinning.But Luther brought passion and populism to his religious cause.
Why is John Calvin important?
Where it Begin?
Martin Luther was born on November 10, 1483, in Eisblen, Saxony, in modern southeast Germany. In 1501 he enrolled in the university of Ehfurt, where he received a Masters degree in Art. Although his family wanted him to be a lawyer...he decided to become a monk, highly upset they were. Luther still thought it mandatory to stay true to himself.
Why was Martin Luther Important?
Martin Luther published the 95 theses which criticized the catholic church. He taught that the Bible should be the sole authority in the Jesus, do good works and trust in the Bible, as well as Jesus.
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