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Which of the following would NOT be a reason that historians give for the success of the
Italian city states like Florence?
The very hot and dry climate of Italy in the Renaissance period meant that nobody had to
suffer through horrible winters that would decay cities and city buildings.
Unlike much of Europe where Feudalism dominated, people were not slaves. They were free
to pursue business opportunities.
Geography. Transporting trade goods by sea was cheaper to do in Italy than anywhere else
Northern Italy did not have kings or queens. Instead, political organization was almostly
exclusively small city states with their own militaries.
Actually, the climate of Italy was and is mild. It rains in winter. It is warm in summer. This
mild climate allowed a food surplus.
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Christine De Pizan lived in the early Renaissance. What is the best answer the gives a
synopsis of her achievements.