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17.1 - Italy, Birthplace Of The Renaissance

by Teacher at Rockwall-Heath High School on Feb 22, 2008

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The Italian Renaissance with a focus on new artistic techniques and the influence of the Florentine Medicis.

The Italian Renaissance with a focus on new artistic techniques and the influence of the Florentine Medicis.

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