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RENAISSANCE

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The author elucidates how university students during the late medieval and early Renaissance struggled with illiteracy (126).
A good example is the crucial debate over the origins of the early Ottoman State, which corresponds chronologically to the early Renaissance in Europe.
James Helgeson's short book on the role of music in the work of Maurice Seve offers a series of elegant and sophisticated analyses of Sceve's poetry illuminated by a discussion of the status of music, and of the theoretical discourses applied to it, in antiquity, the later Middle Ages and the early Renaissance.
NEW YORK CITY -- The Metropolitan Museum of Art has made its largest-ever art purchase: $45 million for Madonna and Child by the early Renaissance painter Duccio de Buoninsegna.
The Black Death Transformed: Disease and Culture in Early Renaissance Europe.
Running through our section on Europe is an annotated survey of a few European artists, from Albrecht Durer in the early Renaissance to Dadaist Max Ernst.
Inspired by the early Renaissance and the medieval era, the style was thought to be pure and sincere, expressing ideas on gender, love, Christianity and marriage.
The stress of the popularity and diffusion of Ficinian idealism, primarily characteristic of the early Renaissance, can, however, lead to the false impression that Aristotle simply disappeared from literary and historical thinking until the full-fledged rediscovery of the Poetics in the seventeenth century.
Western science, religion, art and architecture of the Late Middle Ages and Early Renaissance were motivated by the attempt to find, and then represent, the underlying truths of zero nature--or the abstract laws.
The six-piece vocal ensemble were superb in sacred music of the early Renaissance.
Part 1 focuses on the early Renaissance and the art and architecture in the city-state of Florence.
As he reviews the writings of some early Renaissance thinkers, he considers how mathematical imaginings compare with reading and understanding a poem.

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