anonymous
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Which individual from the Renaissance is known as the "father of humanism" because of the education program he introduced? A. Cosimo de' Medici B. Petrarch C. Giotto D. Dante
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What role did wealthy families, such as the Medici, play during the Renaissance? A. They opened public art galleries and museums where common people could see great art. B. They financed great works of art and sponsored individual artists. C. They travelled around Europe to collect the finest works for Italian artists to study. D. They maintained armies to protect their estates where the greatest works would be safe.
anonymous
  • anonymous
i believe its A but b is also an option....i think A
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i was thinking A too and thx you are the best!!!
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