Senol ISIKLI finaldraftessay

Senol ISIKLI finaldraftessay - A. enol IIKLI 11928

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A. Şenol IŞIKLI 11928 How was the Italian Renaissance made possible by the economic, social, and political  conditions that existed in Italy in the 14th, 15th, and 16th centuries CE? How did the  conditions outside of Europe also contribute to this? Renaissance was firstly emerged in the midst of the Black Death disaster. Renaissance caused the renewal of classical art forms and literature, but especially on the importance of the individual. Renaissance was not an event, it was a process and it can be defined as an era of rapid transitions. “The first part of the process was, from 1350 to 1400, decreasing population, uncovering of classical texts and experimentation in a variety of art forms, second part was from 1400 to 1500 the creation of a set of cultural values, artistic and literary achievements, Italian city-states developed stable and coherent forms of government and ended the warfare between them and the final part was from 1500 to 1550 invasions form France and Spain transformed Italian political life, and the ideas and techniques of Italian writers and artists radiated to all points of the Europe.” Three stages became respectively but there were some reasons which contributed the regime Renaissance.
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