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The Renaissance

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Ashlyn Wasilausky

on 22 January 2017

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Transcript of The Renaissance

Logo
Architecture
Literature
The Disputation of the Sacrament
The Renaissance
Inventions
Art
WH 4.03 Ashlyn Wasilausky
This work of art was painted by Raphael in the Vatican. It is a two dimensional painting that looks three dimensional. Items and people that are smaller in the picture look farther away. The painting shows people discussing the meaning of heaven.
The dome and columns used in our U.S. Capitol are examples of designs that were copied from renaissance architecture. The dome rises out of the central structure. This architecture shows how great human creativity was in the 14th -16th century.
Shakespeare wrote his plays during the renaissance and they are good examples of humanism. Most of his works show the good and bad in people. Some of his characters are flawed and if a person is bad on the inside, it will eventually show in their acts.
The Microscope
The microscope was invented around 1590 by Zacharias Hanssen and his father. They used two magnifying lenses together and created the compound microscope. People were curious about the world around them and what it was made of. This is an important invention we still use today to study the microscopic world.
The Telescope
The Telescope was invented by Hans Lippershey in 1608 during the renaissance period. This invention shows people trying to learn more about the stars and planets in the sky. This is another invention we still use to this day.
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