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Italian Rennaissance and Reformation Era Study Notes
Rennaissance and Reformation
Section 1-The Italian Rennaissance
- Italy was not a unified country until the 1860's. At the beginning of the Renaissance, it consisted of about 250 separate states, most of which were ruled by a city. Some cities had only 5,000 to 10,000 people.
- Others were among the largest cities in Europe. For example, Florence, Milan, and Venice had at least 100,000 people each in the early 1300's.
- At the dawn of the Renaissance, much of Italy was supposedly controlled by the Holy Roman Empire.
- However, the emperors lived in Germany and had little power over their…
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