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Synonyms for Renaissance

Synonyms for Renaissance

Synonyms for Renaissance

the period of European history at the close of the Middle Ages and the rise of the modern world

the revival of learning and culture

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Van Niekerk (1999:3) argues that the European Renaissance took at least 150 years.
A case in point is Vives, a most important representative in his own right of both Spanish and European Renaissance thought, whom Abellan insisted on calling Erasmist.
Cartography in the European Renaissance will provide serious knowledge for any reader concerned with the world in which Shakespeare's plays--and poems--were written.
Major atrocities were committed during these wars, which eventually led to separating religion from the state and the launching of the major European renaissance.
They then provide a broadly chronological exploration of the development of the moral principles that they see as guiding the US legal system, from Judaeo-Christian thought through Greek and Roman classicism, the European Renaissance, the emergence of humanism, American constitutionalism, American virtue politics, and challenges to the established moral/legal order in relation to the rights of women and African-Americans.
The event displays also scientific and technical inventions and their impact on European Renaissance.
One interesting comparison he makes is between what he calls the individualism of European Renaissance art compared to that of the Eastern tradition.
Formed in 2005, Voces8 has a diverse repertoire ranging from early English and European Renaissance choral work to their own arrangements of jazz and modern pop songs.
Suffice to say, the anniversary itself attests to the recognition of the two brothers' role in the European Renaissance.
This was largely what the European Renaissance rediscovered and what guided the builders' hands in Spanish colonialism of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries.
The stone-carved crosses and cathedrals recall the European Renaissance.
Some scholars go as far as to attribute the European Renaissance to Islam.
George Saliba: Islamic Science and the Making of the European Renaissance Cambridge: The MIT Press, 2007, HC, 315 pp, ISBN: 978-0-262-19557-7
The 1001 Inventions project has its roots in academia and works to highlight the thousand years of under-recognised advancement which led to the European Renaissance, the Industrial Revolution and the modern digital Age.
The Kennedy Center departed from previous presentations with unique commentary in an exhibit of traditional Arab wedding dresses, with staging of a controversial play from Ramallah, and with depiction of Arab accomplishments during the Golden Age that influenced the European Renaissance.
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