The creativity in art and writing that lasted from around the 1300's to the 1600's and started in Italy.
Art and texts that focused on classical education, human potential, and achievements rather than Christian teachings.
A popular technique which a three dimensional piece of art is displayed on a flat surface.
Leonardo da Vinci
A talented Renaissance man who caught interest in how things work and was a scientist, inventor, sculptor, and a painter, who painted one of the best-known portraits in the world.
A person who is successful when it comes to working, and overall universal, knew how to dance, fight, sing, write poetry, and how to create art, and well educated with the classics.
A person familiar with the Roman and Greek classics, had little influence in politics, and inspires art.
A book wrote by Niccolo Machiavelli in 1513 about the imperfect conduct of humans and says how a ruler is able to keep power and manage to keep it disregarding enemies.
A person who is willing to do anything to stay in control, like the objective of the book wrote by Machiavelli.
Romeo and Juliet
One of Shakespeare's most famous plays that can be performed in modern day. Recently read in English Class.