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The Renaissance was a period in European history, from the 14th to the 17th century, regarded ... The word Renaissance, literally meaning "Rebirth" in French , first appeared in English in the 1830s. The word also occurs in Jules Michelet's  ...

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Renaissance definition, the activity, spirit, or time of the great revival of art, ... bad reputation that the very term “cardinal” became an insult in Renaissance Rome.

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Define renaissance: the transitional movement in Europe between medieval and ... online news sources to reflect current usage of the word 'renaissance.' Views ...

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The term 'renaissance' is derived from the French word meaning 'rebirth'. It is used to describe this phase of European history because many of the changes ...

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The word itself comes from the French phrase renaissance des lettres, used by the 19th century historian Jules Michelet. In Old French renaissance means ...

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Renaissance synonyms, Renaissance pronunciation, Renaissance ... 1300– 1545) Meaning “rebirth,” the term describes the revival of classical learning and art.

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Renaissance period synonyms, Renaissance period pronunciation, ... 1300– 1545) Meaning “rebirth,” the term describes the revival of classical learning and art.

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Jul 19, 2017 ... Learn more 1 cap the period of european history between 14th and 17th centuries marked by a fresh interest in ancient art literature beginnings ...

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Renaissance: Renaissance, period in Europe following the Middle Ages and ... The term Middle Ages was coined by scholars in the 15th century to designate ...