Renaissance Essay | Renaissance: Revival of Civilization

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Renaissance: Revival of Civilization

Summary: The Renaissance was shown to be a time of learning and testing new norms. The move away from the church as the soul body that must be pleased allowed people of the time to experience such a move of culture that it had to have originated somewhere.
There was no doubt a leap in human achievement in almost every field. The renewed interest in classical works greatly helped fuel the great minds of that age and in turn also reflected in the works that were created. The mentioned renewed interest was started by humanists that absolutely dedicated themselves to reviving antiquity. One of the most brilliant of these `manuscript hunters' was Poggio Bracciolini who searched deep in the neglected libraries of many different nations including Germany, Switzerland, and England. The most important works that were resurrected from Greek and Roman culture were those of Cicero and Plato. All this lead to the development of the Renaissance as we know it today. It is not a direct copy of the Greek Antiquity but many aspects, such as the art work, statues, and architecture, bear great resemblance to those of Greek nature.

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