As it spread, it triggered and influenced the French Renaissance, German Renaissance, English Renaissance, Polish Renaissance, and Renaissance more so in the Low Countries as well as other small and limited movements, which had different strengths and features. The arts of the Northern Renaissance were distinct from that of the Italian Renaissance. The goals of the Renaissance, for instance, the Northern Renaissance perfected them in a big way. The painters High Renaissance painting improved the goals of the Renaissance in every way.
The Progressive Era was a time of reform and rapid growth. Progressives like Jane Addams, Upton Sinclair, and Jacob A. Riis fought for change that would better America. Leaders of the Progressive movement used letters, speeches, and observations to engage the American population. The changes they sought to make would no longer go unnoticed. American cities were rapidly growing in the late Nineteenth Century, which led to new problems.
The step he made when traveling with his crew to the Americas changed the world that they lived in for good. The opportunities in America advanced Europe's society because they had new cultures to trade with and a variety of resources that would improve it's economy. Columbus’ journey provided a unique opportunity of exposure to new people, which helped the peoples of Europe to become more cultured. Because of the new sea routes discovered, trade could expand to farther places. The Europeans were making money off of cash crops planted in the fertile land, which helped them to become more powerful.
Globalization occurred in the 1400s – 1800s was a major advancement in the human world; ideas were spread, economies grew, new lands were discovered, and new technologies arose. During these time new global networks grew through newly discovered sea trade networks. Through the exploration of these routes new lands were discovered. Countries such as Spain conquered these newly discovered lands, and Spain’s power grew. Other kingdoms and countries followed the trend of discovery, found their own new lands, and colonized them.
The middle class, with help from the return of Greco-roman knowledge, arose in Europe as a sign of a healthy economy. Greco-Roman knowledge leads to educated people rising and the formation of universities for the study of these Greco-Roman ideas which included geometry, science, astronomy, philosophy, and much more. The church wanted better-educated clergy and royal rulers need literate men. This lead to the emergence of universities and to new kinds of philosophy and literature.
Although the Crusades failed the Holy Land, they had a lasting outcome on the way the Europeans lived. This is (important/interesting/relevant) because When the Crusaders returned they Europe they had brought back spices, sugar, and silk; many nobles and merchants enjoyed the new products and wanted more of them Document 2 states that Merchants in Venice and other northern Italian cities built large fleets to carry crusaders to the Holy Land. And later used those fleets to open new markets in the Crusaders’
I am writing this letter in hopes of convincing your Highness to give permission to me to continue similar expeditions in the future. As someone who is quite interested in exploration and navigation, I believe that these types of journeys will very beneficial. Such travels have and will continue to help us figure out efficient trade routes, gain more knowledge about exotic lands such as the New World, and develop alliances with the native people. Your Highness would find it simply unbelievable as to how such explorations can facilitate in the growth of the economy, trade, and power. Why are effective trade routes so important?
Sagewood College Introduction The aim of study is to assess how the printing press had helped spread the Renaissance ideas such as the Reformation, Humanism and changed the social culture of Europe because increasing levels of literacy and emergence of a large book market The Renaissance was a time of reformation and change in the way people live and were beginning to question certain society and norms .the development in technology had produced the printing press . The development of the printing press had played a large role in spreading the ideas of the Renaissance In addition to this it had spread Humanism that had influenced the Italian Renaissance, the Protestant reformation and levels of literacy in Europe
After years of peasantry and disease, Europe was ready for an economic and cultural upturn. The Crusades introduced Europeans of higher education to the culture of Eastern Europe, and as the renaissance swept throughout Europe, it spurred a revival of knowledge and eagerness to know and see more. This newfound philosophy of living to be happy rather than just to survive triggered European exploration to the Western Hemisphere as well as to the nations to the south. Two countries that did exactly this are Portugal and Spain, leaving lasting impacts, some similar and some different, on Africa and the Americas.
Have you ever noticed that history gave us a lot of cultural contributions? From the tools created throughout the early civilizations to the new types of innovations created in the Industrial Revolution, it is clear to see that cultural contributions throughout history has made a huge impact on our world. The best example of how contributions influence our culture is in the Renaissance. Throughout this important piece of history, there have been many new types of artwork, literature and inventions.
The Roman Catholic Church controlled the lives of the people of the Late Middle Ages, along with the political, social, and economic framework in which they were a part of. However, a series of challenges to the papacy in the 14th century initiated its gradual decline. The people of Europe saw an increase in freedom and mobility as oppressive church structures began to lose their iron grip on Western society. Philosophical and scientific advancements arose as the Church fell, and the fundamental foundations of European society began to unravel. As the Roman Catholic Church lost temporal authority, much of Europe began to secularize.
The Italian Renaissance: Individualism, Secularism, and Humanism Artistic innovation blossomed in the society of the Italian Renaissance, which was strongly supported by the developing values of individualism, secularism, and humanism. The development of individualistic values in Italian society greatly contributed to an optimal society for artistic innovation and scholarship. When individualism began to develop in Italy, people started taking more interest in the individual than the church, which claimed their attentions in the Middle Ages. This interest in the individual led to an in-depth study of human anatomy, as well as the first free-standing statues of individuals since the Classical Era.
This source argues that Black Death has been falsely attributed to the wrong bacteria and that messes up our understanding of the epidemic and the Renaissance age. It explains why it was falsely attributed and how Black Death was actually cause by many diseases. It goes on into the medical perspective explaining that how not all research shows that everyone suffered from the same Black Death diseases that killed many. There were other plagues as well causing people to suffer and die during those times. This source also argues that there some good that came out of the plague specifically seen in the Renaissance age.
Throughout European history, from the Renaissance to the present, many contributions have been made to societal development which changed European lifestyle drastically. Life leading up to Renaissance was mainly focused on God, however, as time past European’s lifestyle’s began to transform. This transformation from a God centered world into a more humanistic approach to life was and is still presently changing. Events in European history, from the Renaissance to the present, have created major impacts on societal development in terms of politics, economics, and thinking.