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Renaissance Architecture

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What civilization(s) was Renaissance architecture based around? Ancient Greece and Rome
What was a big theme for buildings during the Renaissance? Symmetry
What was one of the strongest shapes used in Renaissance architecture? Rounded arches
Who was one of the most important architects during the Renaissance and why? Filippo Brunelleschi; he built the dome
Who sculpted "David"? Michelangelo
Who was not only an artist but also an engineer, sculptor, scientist, and many other things? Leonardo da Vinci
What shapes were most common in Renaissance architecture? Squares, circles, rectangles, and octagons
What do all of the shapes that were most common in Renaissance architecture have in common? They are all symmetrical
Created by: YungDaVinci