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Renaissance JS

QuestionRenaissance. Answer
Explain how rats contributed to the beginning of the Renaissance. they carried disease
Name and describe the three classes in the Renaissance. the nobility-wealthy people who ruled large land. the peasants - worked for nobleman. the clergy - people of church
Who were the Medici? rich and powerful. had art and money, lived in florence
In what ways was Cesare Borgia a Machiavellian prince? he was dangerous and cruel. Borgia was. He betrayed.
What does it mean to say that someone is “quixotic,” a dreamer. Someone not practical.
What didn’t Don Quixote make Cervantes rich? people copied his book.
What was his famous invention? How were books made before his invention? A printing machine. Books were copied by hand before his invention.
Created by: Julian Sanchez