The Renaissance and the Elizabethan Age England as an Example of the European Rebirth
As we learned in Unit 1, the Renaissance was a re-awakening of learning following about a thousand years of "sleep."
Europe began to experience great change by about 1450. Within one hundred years, Columbus had sailed to America, literacy spread, scientists made great discoveries, and artists created work that still inspires us today.
Historians call the next period of European history the "Renaissance," or the "rebirth." The Renaissance is the beginning of modern history.
Perhaps the most important thing to remember about the Renaissance is that it was, above all, a kind of redisc…
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- The Renaissance and the Elizabethan Age England as an Example of the European Rebirth
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