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Examples of the Renaissance Legacy

A few examples of the Italian Renaissance Legacy around me.

Nathaniel Thomas

on 10 July 2013

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This is an upcoming movie, Romeo & Juliet, that will be releasing in the UK on July 26 of this month. This is an example of the Renaissance Legacy around me because William Shakespeare was known for his literature and plays including, Romeo & Juliet, during the Renaissance Era.
My Secret Book, is a book by the famous
14th century writer, Francis Petrarch. This
book is the first English translation and a retro of the original book first published in 1378 during the Renaissance Era. Francis Petrarch was a famous scholar and was one of the first to write in the Italian dialect.
This is the U.S Capitol Building in Washington, D.C., where Congress meets. This is an example of the architecture of the Renaissance because of the dome shaped roof top of the building. Filippo Brunelleschi, was one of the foremost architects and engineers of the Renaissance Era who is most famous for his discovery of perspective and for engineering the dome of the Florence Cathedral, the main church of Florence, Italy.

Examples of the Renaissance Legacy
by Nathaniel Thomas
The image shown is of a printer, and YES, this has very much to do with the Italian Renaissance. The printing press was first introduced in the renaissance era which makes the modern printer a great example of the Renaissance Legacy around me.
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