The Historical Development That Truly Define The Renaissance As Rebirth

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Diala Tadros MRS. Sean Doyle HUM 103-003 6/13/16 Q.1 A) The three historical development that truly define the renaissance as rebirth . In Renaissance History and Religion, Renaissance rebirth. It assigns especially to the rebirth of learning that began in Italy in the fourteenth century, spread to the north, counting England, by the sixteenth century, and ended in the mid-seventeenth century. the Renaissance were more than a rebirth. First historical development that truly define the renaissance as rebirth is The compass. It’s important for navigation. Printing press is key in spreading info such as books. Second, the hundred years’ war, this lasting conflict between France and England saw the reinforcement of new imperial powers, and the death of many. Third, the ottoman dominating Constantinople, Christine scholars fled the remains of the byzantine empire with them classical knowledge and primary source from Greek and roman civilization. B) The better protestant reforming argument is Martin Luther’s argument better than John Calvin’s argument in Protestant reformer’s argument. Because Luther was older than Calvin to be precise. Luther belong to first generation. He is the one that started the protestant reformation when he declared that only the bible is the source of all faith. He translated the Christian bible in to modern languages. Luther was a great seer of a new act moving before his admirer vent new direction of his protestant replacement. Luther was
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