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The Renaissance Period

Covers interesting facts and information of the period in history known as the Renaissance period.
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The Renaissance Period REBIRTH 14th - 16th century God Not what man knows but what man feels, concerns art. All else is science. Europe Italy Leonardo Da Vinci
(1452-1519) "After four tortured years, more than 400 over life-sized figures, I felt as old and as weary as Jeremiah. I was only 37, yet friends did not recognize the old man I had become."~ Michelangelo Beginning of new dress William Shakespeare INFLUENTIAL PEOPLE changed

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tory Home sweet home 1490's historians agree light no light Art & Architecture FOOD CURRENCY DANCING SINGING MUSIC revival reconstruction classical Rebirth is the best description etc . . . Colour codes:
• Green = love
• Gray = sorrow
• Yellow = hostility
• Blue = fidelity (except in the Low Countries where it represented adulterous wives)
• Red = nobility
• Black & Gray = lower status people Secular music was becoming more popular Madrigals Masses Chants Motets Cantus firmus Lute Violin A capella Chansons Orlando di Lasso Giovanni Pierluigi Palestrina Imitations Josquin Desprez Keyboard Latin Contrapuntal Music Leonardo Guistiniani flowered in Italy School of musical composition Padua, Milan, Florence, Verona, Bologna note values Marsilio Ficino Polyphonic vernacular form consorts Branle Pavane Gilliard Allemande BOTONY ZOOLOGY MAGIC ALCHEMY ASTROLOGY pennies, shillings, pounds etc . . . was painting the Sistine Chapel . . . financial growth poor Dark Ages rose moving on intellect was getting better literature was becoming more popular song was beginning to mould into what we have today! rich and heavy materials puffy clothing heaps of fabric You name it!! Italy England France Northern Europe Germans Notable elements of Renaissance clothing Flat cap Jerkin Hose Headdresses Bridged sleeves Cod piece Simarre Duckbill shoes Stomacher Stomacher Clocking Chain of Office Panes Slashing and puffing changes economically started at Florence self-governed florin~ standard currency 60,000 sea trade did not exist art clubs and banking Michelangelo
(1475-1564) Christopher Columbus
(1451-1506) Science + Medicine ... was discovering America ... . . . was writing all sorts of works . . . . . . was trying an assortment of fields . . . ‘I love those who can smile in trouble, who can gather strength from distress, and grow brave by reflection. 'Tis the business of little minds to shrink, but they whose heart is firm, and whose conscience approves their conduct, will pursue their principles unto death.’ - Leonardo Da Vinci Good friend for Jesus' sake forbear,
To dig the dust enclosed here:
Blest be the man that spares these stones,
And curst be he that moves my bones. STUDY OF PLANTS STUDY OF ANIMALS STUDY OF STARS + PLANETS IN RELATIONS TO EVENTS ON EARTH ANATOMY DISSECTING EXPERIMENTING TREATMENTS STUDY OF THE ALTERATION OF OBJECTS USING VAGUE METHODS CURES EXAMINING CONTROL OVER THE HIDDEN POWERS OF:
#EARTHLY THINGS
#CELESTIAL THINGS
#SPIRITUAL THING 1ST COURSE
• salads of various kinds
• flesh of prinsels with parsley and vinegar[savoury preserves]
• mutton broth
• fricasse of gosling spring
• chickens with spinach cold saille
• pigeons a la tremoulette
• roast joints of mutton roast
• brest of veal
• small pastries with hot sauce
• roast roebuck
• dainty pate spring chickens in aspic
• sweetened mustard
2ND COURSE
• venison broth
• roast capon
• orange salad
• roast pheasants
• roast rabbits
• roast spring chickens, some stuffed some larded
• cheriots
• roast quail
• roast crousets
• smoked tongue
• boulogne sausages
• pheasant pates
• pate of meaux
• hams crousets pates
• turkey or peacock pate
• venison pate
• leg of lamb daube
• capon in aspic
• roast swan
• sweetened mustard
• olives
DESSERT
• mousse tart
• apple tart
• chervil tart
• jam tart
• cream flan
• gohier waffles
• pate of pears
• clove apple
• pears in mead
• sartelles
• pears angelots
• morbecque
• gren walnuts
• fresh fruit
• ample jelly
• cheese RENAISSANCE FEAST Thanks for watching!!
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