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Renaissance MZ

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Describe how Italy’s location contributed to the beginnings of the Renaissance. It was a very powerful and big place. Also, a lot of people lived their. :) Did you get it right.... :(or wrong... if so do again
What do Greece and Rome have to do with the Renaissance? Before the Renaissance the Greek and Roman things were lost then during the Renaissance they rediscovered it. :) Did you get it right.... :(or wrong... if so do again
Who were the Medici? Where did they live? They were rich people that lived in Florence. :) Did you get it right.... :(or wrong... if so do again
What were the major accomplishments of Cosimo and Lorenzo de Medici? They started a business with with democracy and got people to like them=nice. :) Did you get it right.... :(or wrong... if so do again
How did Venice become a powerful city? They had a lot of trade, a lot of people, art, and it was big. :) Did you get it right.... :(or wrong... if so do again
What experiences led Machaivelli to write The Prince? His people were always fighting with swords and he thought how a prince should act. :) Did you get it right.... :(or wrong... if so do again
In Machiavelli’s opinion, what is the chief goal of a prince? To stay in power. :) Did you get it right.... :(or wrong... if so do again
In what ways was Cesare Borgia a Machiavellian prince? He did not keep his word and was power hungry also he was mean. :) Did you get it right.... :(or wrong... if so do again
Created by: matthewzide