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RENAISSANCE DINNER PARTY
Transcript of RENAISSANCE DINNER PARTY
Queen Isabella I
Queen Elizabeth l
Queen Elizabeth I
Appetizer- Raspberry & Brie En Croûte
Main Course- Rack of Lamb
Dessert- Rice Fricatellae
Beverage- Distilled Red Wine
Queen Elizabeth I of England deserves to sit at the head because she spoke six different languages: English, French, Italian, Spanish, Greek, and Latin. This way she can communicate with everyone. Since Elizabeth I was a patron for Shakespeare, he is seated to the left of her. To her right she has Michelangelo because she also has admiration for his art.
Shakespeare, being known as one of the best English writers in history, is seated between Queen Elizabeth I and Andreas Vesalius. He sat with Elizabeth because she was his patron and one of the only other people that spoke English. He is next to Vesalius so he can converse with another talented author like himself.
Vesalius is a mathematician, a physician, as well as an anatomist. Being in the field of science, he can talk to Nicholas Copernicus, a fellow physician. Vesalius was also an author, which determined his seat next to Shakespeare, the great playwright.
Nicholas Copernicus was a mathematician, astronomer, physician, and artist during his time period. He was seated on the right of Vesalius because they both were mathematicians and physicians. He also sat aside Durer because they are both German mathematicians.
Durer was a German painter, engraver, and print maker. When he wasn't invested into the arts, he was a mathematician. He sat next to Copernicus because they are fellow mathematicians. Not only that, but Durer admired Copernicus.
Unlike any of the others, Columbus was a Spanish navigator and an explorer. Isabella I sponsored his trip, and that is why they are together.
Queen Isabella I was another well rounded person who deserved to sit at the foot of the table since she was also royalty. She spoke Latin, French, Spanish, and English. She sat next to Columbus because they knew one another and she sponsored his voyages. She was a patron as well as an admirer to the man that sat to her left. His name was Miguel Cervantes.
Miguel Cervantes was a Spanish novelist, poet, and playwright. He sat next to Isabella I because she was his patron and was very much inspired by his novels. Christopher Columbus across from Cervantes since they both spoke Spanish.
Michelangelo, was a talented painter that had been seated next to Elizabeth I. Since she admires art and has can speak the language of everyone attending, they can discuss various topics about art and literature. He sits next to Filippo Brunelleschi because he too is an engineer/sculptor.
Filippo Brunelleschi was an architect, sculptor, and engineer. He is seated between Michelangelo and DaVinci because they all share common interests. He's also used as a wedge between the two since they don't like each other.
The Medici Family
*All guests have been assigned seats based off of their likes, dislikes, language(s), occupation, and previous relationships.*
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Raphael has decided to decline his invitation to attend. He would prefer to stay home since Leonardo and Michelangelo will be there. While at home, he will be putting a final coat of fresco on "The School of Athens."
Galileo was an Italian scientist and philosopher. To his left he has DaVinci who is a fellow mathematician. They can have a conversation in Italian about their theories and algorithms. Galileo could converse with the person in front or across from him, Durer, since they were both mathematicians.
Leonardo DaVinci was one of the greatest artists of his time. But people do not know that he was also an inventor as well as a mathematician. He sits near Brunelleschi because they are both sculptors. On his other side is Galileo. He is there since they are both Italian mathematicians
April 23, 1564 - April 23, 1616
December 31, 1514 - October 15, 1564
September 7, 1533 - March 24, 1603
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May 21, 1471 - April 6, 1528
October 31, 1451 - May 20, 1506
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September 29, 1547 - April 22, 1616
February 15, 1564 - January 8, 1642
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