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Nolan Swabey

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Transcript of renissance

The renaissance was a time of innovation and learning, the ideas of Greek and Roman culture were reborn in an age of thinkers. there were advances in many subjects like trade, art, and overall knowledge.
Ripples of the Renaissance
Trade spiked in the renaissance with things like the silkroad and other types of trade, this boosted the economy With this increase in trade the rich population grew and with that more trade creating a cycle.
Art was popular back in the renaissance because the economy in the renaissance spiked making more people had luxury goods. This inspired painters like Leonardo, Michelangelo, Rafael, Donatello and more.
The renaissance really started off when people started looking back at the greek and Roman Ideas. People really started to learn, some from the books of old-time philosophers and some from the new experiments that started up. People learned about anatomy, physics and astronomy.
Religion was a big part of the renaissance. Almost everybody followed a religion, if you didn't you might be killed. If someone would have gone against the church they would have faced the consequences. This stopped a lot of philosophers and scientists
Throughout the renaissance people thought of tons of new inventions, one of the great creators was Leonardo da Vinci, he thought of tons of ideas like the submarine and gliders. All these inventions really improved the lives of people.
The social structure of the renaissance was divided into 3 distinct classes. Servants, civilians, and rich. The servants would normally be forced to work for the rich people without pay or with very little. While the civilians normally worked for themselves with regular jobs or were employed with good pay.
The Silk Road
The silkroad ran from Japan all the way to Italy, it was a major trade network that helped spread art, disease, culture, and inventions.
The servants are the lowest of classes getting only enough to live
Languege Arts
Upper Class
Middle Class
Flying Machiene
Printing Press
Flush Toliet
The middle class is mainly merchants who have money from their work but are not sitting on a fortune.
In the renaissance, people were making great progress in the study of science. These new scientific discoveries allowed inventors to make more complex inventions. Many people made discoveries in Astronomy, anatomy, physics, and chemistry.
Language art supported the idea of the renaissance. With lots of poets and writers. This study got great support from the printing press.
When people started to rebel against the church, big supporters to this were martin Luther who wrote 99 questions criticizing the church. After it started a whole new religion called prodesents
Marco Polo
Fleas and Rats
Fleas and rats spend along the silk road and gave people severe headaches and boils on their neck.
Disease spend rapidly in the renaissance because people weren't being sanitary and there was no medicine back then so people were getting sick and can cause death.
The printing press was one of the most significant invention in the middle ages. The printing press was invented in the mid 15th century. It made it so that people no longer had to write by hand.
In the renaissance mathematics became relevant and people began to learn and rediscover the skills of mathematics. Many new discoveries where made through this study.
the upper class had few members and usually was the owner of a trade empire or was born into the wealth that came with power.
The flying machine was a design made by Leonardo da Vinci it had many thing modern airplanes have today. It did not fly but showed the genius of the inventers.
The flush toilet was invented in 1596 by sir. John Harington. This improves the lives of renaissance people. this was only available to the rich.
The telescope was an ingenious design that allowed people to see much further away than just the naked eye. It was invented in 1608 by a Dutch scientist named Hans Lippershey. However it was later improved by Galileo Galilee.
fashion was only a thing for the rich. it was a way to brag about how rich you were. Both men and women expressed through fashion. Women would wear long big dresses, while men would dress in tights, capes, and hats.
Marco Polo was an Italian explorer who was born in 1254 and traveled along the silkroad with his father and uncle. He also explored much of Mongolia and wrote the famous book The Travels Of Marco Polo.
navagation was really affective if you traveling land or sea. chrisipher columbus traveled the sea had had to use the stars and compass to get from one place to the other.
The most common type of currency were ducats, which was used by the Italians. But China used the solidi instead. Overall many different currencies were used
When you're in the trade business you have to beat the competition. In the renaissance, this meant being the first one there to sell your goods.
Mona lisa
the mona lisa is a painting done by the Italian painter Leonardo da Vinci. It is one of the most famous paintings around, at a price of 782 million us dollars.
The Last Supper
the last supper is a painting by Leonardo da Vinci that shows Jesus and his apostles at the dinner before they betray Jesus. it is a massive painting and it is simply seen as priceless, for it is painted on a wall and could not be moved.
The statue of David was built by Michelangelo and shows David about to take on a goliath. It goes into so much detail even having one hand bigger than the other to symbolize the hand of god. no one has attempted to put a worth on the statue of David.
The Creation of Adam
The creation of Adam is located on the roof of the Sistine Chapel in Vatican City. It was painted by Michelangelo but restored because smoke from candles charred the painting.
Humanism was almost an act against the church. People no longer lived their whole life a certain way just to get a good afterlife, people wanted to embrace living and gods greatest creation, the human.
The Roman Catholic Church
The Roman Catholic Church At the start of the renaissance had complete power with the pope at the head of all this. If you didn't follow this religion you could be punished. But later the pope slowly lost his power.
Spices were highly valued in the renaissance, they were brought by traders from Asia. The spices were used to flavour food or to overpower bad tastes.
The land was very dry and along the silkroad, there was deserts and seas.
Seas and Oceans
Near the silkroad area, there is lots of seas and oceans. The biggest sea is the Mediterranean some others are the Black Sea, Red Sea, Caspian Sea, Arabian Sea, and the South China Sea. The ocean are the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean.
Taklamakan desert
The Taklamakan Desert was a very dangerous part of the silkroad. You could die of starvation, thirst, even bandits roamed the area trying to pick off caravans.
There were tons of cities along the silkroad, all the way from Italy to Japan. Some are. Cordoba, Rome, Genoa, and Venice all in Italy. There's also Constantinople, Cairo, Tyre, Damascus, Baghdad, Mecca, Tehran all of the cities are getting more Eastern as we go along. The rest are Samarkand, Tashkent, Lahore, Delhi, Dunhuang, Xi'an, Beijing, and Nara.
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