The Renaissance

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by CCSLaiken
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Discipline:
Social Studies
Subject:
European history
Grade:
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The Renaissance

Renaissance

Leonardo da Vinci

(Leonardo Da Vinci, Kings Galleries)

(Art Renewal Center)

Leonardo da Vinci was a famous scientist, inventor, and artist during the Renaissance. He was greatly influenced by the scientific revolution and nature. Da Vinci, also, worked on inventions such as tanks, submarines, and flying devices. During 1504, he bagan working on his greatest contribution to the Renaissance, the Mona Lisa.

(Museum of Science, Boston) (Leonardo Da Vinci, History.com)

Niccolo Machiavelli

(Poggoili Sylvia)

Niccolo Machiavelli was the founder of political science during the Renaissance. He influenced many of the political theories during his era. In fact, some of Machiavelli's theories are still debated over today. In 1532 Machiavelli wrote his most known contribution to the Renaissance, a book called The Prince.

(Niccolo Machiavelli, 1459-1527)

(Robot Check)

William Shakespeare

William Shakespeare is a renowned poet and play writer who lived during the Renaissance. His work greatly influenced the way plays were written, because he added a new depth and relatable features to his work. One of Shakespeare's great plays is Hamlet.

(Droeshout Portrait)

(Shakespeare) (Plays by Shakespeare)

(Hamlet Book Cover)

By: Laiken Hall


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