anonymous
  • anonymous
Not all places are necessary, but greatly appreciated. what role did the following cities played during the Renaissance, Reformation, or period of European Exploration Stratford-Upon-Avon (England) London (England) Paris (France) Florence (Italy) Avignon (France)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
London is one that I know was greatly involved in the Reinnassance. I think the other one in that list is Paris, MAYBE Florence though.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Oh shoot sorry I put the wrong stuff down. I thought you were asking something else. :P
anonymous
  • anonymous
can u tell me how any of them was involved with the renaissance ?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
London and Paris was like, the heart of it all. That's where the arts (i.e painting, writing) took place. Those were the key things that sparked the Reinassance.
anonymous
  • anonymous
No It is believed the Renaissance began in Florence Italy around the 14th century.
anonymous
  • anonymous
London brought upon the works of great writers like William Shakespeare, Sir Philip Sidney, Edmund Spenser, Sir Thomas More, Francis Bacon, and Christopher Marlowe

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