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euro 101 ta lecture 16 - Lecture 16 11|1 1330 where active...

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Lecture 16 11|1 1330 where active ideas about the renissance begin…in the latter time, the ideas pick up steam. Really owe to the end of 14 th century and in to the 15 th century- renissance ideas at its finest Renissance- re birth . .greek example has the greatest influence- revive the cultures of antiquity 1) Christendom 2) Antiquity Sysntheiss of 2 culture that don’t really go together easily -Florence –where illiad and odyssey first printed – sign of how seriously they valued antiquity – epicenture of renissance culture -Rivals with Milan- Visconti imagined himself to be like Caeser- take the Italian pennsinula and re constitute the roman empire * Economic prosperity in Florence Florence-Athens – not only took polticial aspects and aesthetic and philosophical cultures as well – Florence used sculpture for propaganda Donatello David Donatello lived from 1386 until 1466- no work for himself, did all work because he was commisoned to do it – became sculpture to look into the past to see how to do it
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This note was uploaded on 11/14/2011 for the course EUR 101 taught by Professor Westphalen during the Fall '08 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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