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Was reniassance a good or bad time

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  • 1. WAS THE RENIASSANCE A GOOD OR A BAD TIME? I THINK IT WAS A TIME REASONS? SCIENCEARTLITERATURERenaissance Art: Renaissance art was less focused on religion and more focused on the daily life of people.The style of renaissance painting itself was also much more realistic than medieval art, meaning thatrenaissance artists were very concerned with proportions and showing the details of their subject. If Renaissance didn’t happen … we wouldn’t have toilet with a flush, We wouldn’t have books to read, TheRenaissance Science:knowscientific advancesbody actually hurts weremany more many fields. In medicine (vitruvian man), doctors wouldn’t The what parts of our of the Renaissance and evident in things like this. The Renaissancein alchemy, another chance given topress, telescope, flushour own lives. So in a nutshell, without a renaissance we was like in inventions (printing mankind to improve toilets). Renaissance here! SO RENAISSANCE IS GOOD! wouldn’t be Literature: The creation of the printing press by Johannes Gutenberg encouraged authors to write in the local vernacular rather than in Greek or Latin classical languages, widening the reading audience and promoting the spread of Renaissance ideas.