Renaissance Italy

Renaissance Italy
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daisy

1.) To be reborn
2.) 1400-1600
3.) Ancient Greece and Rome
4.) City states are cities that are small states with their own government
5.) Venice
6.)This was a benefit because it was a trading post and they weren’t taxed because of this.
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Mike

This is a great short video about culture during in Italy during the Italian Renaissance

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