4 edition of The renaissance in Europe (1400-1600) found in the catalog.
The renaissance in Europe (1400-1600)
|Statement||by Trenchard Cox. With 44 illustrations.|
|Series||London, the treasure-house|
|LC Classifications||N6370 .C6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 180 p.|
|Number of Pages||180|
|LC Control Number||34039541|
Printed books based on movable type, adopted in Europe from the middle of the 15th century, allowed the diffusion of medical ideas and anatomical diagrams. Linacre, Erasmus, Leonicello and Sylvius are among the list of the first scholars most credited for the starting of the Medical Renaissance. Get this from a library! The Renaissance in Europe. [Margaret L King] -- "The Renaissance is usually portrayed as a period dominated by the extraordinary achievements of great men: rulers, philosophers, poets, painters, architects and scientists. Leading scholar Margaret.
The book, titled De Arte Predicandi (), is possibly one of his best-known works from this period. Albrecht Dürer (–) Albrecht Dürer was at the time, and remains, the most famous artist of the German Renaissance. He was famous across Europe, and greatly admired in Italy, where his work was mainly known through his prints. He. And they support or query ideas expressed in Jacob Burckhardt’s classic study of the Renaissance, speculating in particular on what his “discovery of the individual” really meant for the construction of self in the late medieval/early modern context. This collection is an essential reference for any student of the Renaissance.
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She was a member of the editorial board for the Encyclopedia of the Renaissance, published by Scribner’s in and winner of the Dartmouth Prize for that year; and is currently co-editor (with Albert Rabil, Jr.) of the series “The Other Voice in Early Modern Europe” (texts by and about women, published by the University of Chicago Press /5(8).
This item: The Renaissance in Europe (Renaissance World) by Lynne Elliott Paperback $ Only 14 left in stock (more on the way). Ships from and sold by 4/4(1). The Renaissance in Europe book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
How important was the Renaissance in the development of Western /5(6). The Renaissance is usually portrayed as a period dominated by the extraordinary achievements of great men: rulers, philosophers, poets, painters, architects and scientists.
Leading scholar Margaret King recasts the Renaissance as a more complex cultural movement rooted in a unique urban society that was itself the product of many factors and interactions: commerce, papal and imperial ambitions.
Suitable for the children of ages 11 to 12 years, this title helps you to learn how the European Renaissance came to be.
It shows those most notably involved in this era and inside a typical Renaissance home. It The renaissance in Europe book the great strides that were made in trade, exploration, religion, architecture, and the s: 1. The Renaissance was a fervent period of European cultural, artistic, political and economic “rebirth” following the Middle Ages.
Generally described as taking. This book tells us not only how printing, the book trade, and book collecting evolved, but also demonstrates that the 15th- and 16th-century books are not the first publications of Greek and Roman classics and the writings of the Renaissance humanists, but the everyday textbooks and novels and schoolbooks that have not survived because, as the author says, "they were used to destruction."Cited by: Eisenstein’s book is, in many ways, a classic male book: a fat, complicated tome about the emergence of the printing press in the mid-to-late fifteenth century.
It’s vast and it really makes you work hard. There aren’t really that many readable books on the Renaissance for the general reader. The Renaissance Era was a period of huge cultural advancements. It began in Italy and spread throughout the length and breadth of Europe. The Renaissance had lasting effects on art, literature and the sciences.
Here are 10 notable works of fiction from this era. Hamlet by William Shakespeare. The Middle Ages and the Renaissance The role of the European monasteries.
As European monastic communities were set up (from as early as the 2nd century ad), books were found to be essential to the spiritual rule laid down for observance by several monastic orders enjoined the use of books: that of the Benedictine order, especially, recognized the importance of reading and study.
During the Renaissance, vernacular, or popular, literature emerged, although Latin remained the language of scholarship. The development of printing brought on a communications revolution in which the printed book became a profound force for change. Petrarch exemplifies the mixture of the old and the new in the Renaissance.
The book continues with a comprehensive overview of Europe during this vibrant period of its history. The book covers many subjects, such as travel, the economy, and manners and mores, rather than concentrating on the incredible art of the perio The book begins with an interesting observation: prior to the Renaissance, Europeans didn't conceive /5.
The late J. Hale was one of THE experts on the European Renaissance (literally writing the book on it -- for Time-Life). That is what makes this book so confoundedly frustrating -- any indivual snippet from it is fascinating, because Hale was an excellent popular writer as well as a learned historian, but the field is so chronologically and geographically vast, covering all of Europe for Cited by: Available in both one-volume and two-volume paperback editions, A History of Modern Europe presents a panoramic survey of modern Europe from the Renaissance to the present day.
A single author lends a unified approach and consistent style throughout, with an emphasis on the connections of events and people over by: King's work is a definitive Renaissance textbook.
However, like all textbooks there are pros and cons to this work. Pros: readable, covers tons of material Cons: simplistic, glosses over some subjects or covers them so simply that the material could be misleading In general his book would be great for high school or lower level college history courses.4/5.
The word renaissance means "rebirth," and the most obvious example of this phenomenon was the regeneration of Europe's classical Roman roots. The Renaissance began in northern Italy in the late 14th century and culminated in England in the early 17th century. Emphasis on the dignity of man (though not of woman) and on human potential distinguished the Renaissance /5.
Results of Renaissance: The results of the Renaissance were far reaching. This gave birth to new literature, art and science. Literature: The Renaissance literature had its birth in Italy. The first notable creation in this direction was Dante’s ‘Divine Comedy’.
This book was written in Italian language and it was meant for the common people. The graph shows the number of books printed in Europe between A conclusion that can be drawn from the graph is that the demand for books increased. sharply between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The Italian Renaissance spread across Europe in the late s through. Renaissance, (French: “Rebirth”) period in European civilization immediately following the Middle Ages and conventionally held to have been characterized by a surge of interest in Classical scholarship and values. The Renaissance also witnessed the discovery and exploration of new continents, the substitution of the Copernican for the Ptolemaic system of astronomy, the decline of the.
Get this from a library. The Renaissance in Europe. [Lynne Elliott] -- Learn how the European Renaissance came to be. See those most notably involved in this fascinating era.
Take a look inside a typical Renaissance home. Follow along as great strides were made in. The Renaissance in Europe Lynne Elliott (author) Publisher: Crabtree Publishing Company ISBN: Sign in to Read Description. Learn how the European Renaissance came to be!
See those most notably involved in this fascinating era. The Renaissance, as both a period and a concept, continues to generate lively debate about its origins and influence on European culture and thought. Recent research has emphasized the need to look again at original texts, documents, and artifacts.
Any new evaluation of the historical Price: $A fascinating exploration of the visual culture of mortality in Renaissance Europe We often imagine the Renaissance as an age of exceptional human progress and artistic achievement.
But, intriguingly, macabre images proliferated in precisely this period: unsettling depictions of Death personified, of decaying bodies, of young lovers struck down.