Question 9 1 out of 1 points from the 14 th century

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Question 9 1 out of 1 points From the 14 th century on, which trade good was particularly important to the merchants and bankers of Florence?
Question 10 1 out of 1 points An architectural innovation in early Renaissance Florence was the use and style of a rusticated façade. Rustication is where the edges of the stone are flat surfaces, but the center facing the outside of the building is rough and projecting outward. What type of stone did the Florence architects use to make their rusticated facades and why did they pick that stone?
Pietraforte stone was selected, because it was strong, had a color that would turn light brown over time, and it developed interesting textures for the rough center. Correct Answer: Pietraforte stone was selected, because it was strong, had a color that would turn light brown over time, and it developed interesting textures for the rough center. Response Feedback: Pietraforte stone was selected, because it was strong, had a color that would turn light brown over time, and it developed interesting textures for the rough center. Question 11 1 out of 1 points In Florence at the start of the Renaissance, the wealthy merchants and bankers obtained prestige by supporting architects (as well as artists). These architects used elements of form and in particular, what form?
Question 12 0 out of 1 points What is Zobrist so worried about that he would try to develop a plague virus?

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