What Changes Contributed To The Renaissance

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There were changes in Europe which led to The Renaissance. First, The Renaissance was an era in history in which classical ideas were reawakened. Second, humanism would weaken the feudal system, go against the church, and spark new ideas. Third, trade and commerce would provide new ideas, give power to lower ranking people, and bring wealth. Fourth, the Italian city-states were very rich and powerful, ruled themselves, and would start The Renaissance. Clearly, The Renaissance started when changes occurred in Europe. PART 1: The Renaissance Makes a Path for The Modern World The Renaissance was an era in history in which classical ideas were reawakened. First, the new philosophy humanism, would weaken the feudal system and give people more confidence to do new and different things. Second, The Renaissance had many talented artist and architects that would make famous buildings and artistic masterpieces. Third, The Renaissance would have Renaissance men, who were people that would learn continuously. The Renaissance created the middle class, advanced art into what it is today, and had inventions that would jump start to the modern world. Clearly, The Renaissance was a time of great wisdom, art, inventions, and the decreasing of the feudal system.…show more content…
First, the Italian city-states were the center of trade, because of this ideas flowed into the city-states. Second, the Italian city-states were governed by powerful banking families, most of these families would pay artists, architects, and inventors for paintings, drawings, and buildings. Third, the Renaissance started in Europe because of trade, and patronage and then flowed to the rest of Europe. The Italian city-states would unite countries with trade and the Renaissance. Clearly, the Italian city-states were a center of trade, they were ruled by powerful banking families, and would unite countries for the modern
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