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  1. During the Renaissance, many well-known personalities lived today: da Vinci, Botticelli, Brunelleschi… Painters, sculptors, and architects took culture (and later people's lives) to a new level. Mechanisms began to appear that simplify life (as well as deprive it – for example, firearms).

    A movement in the field of philosophy also began. In the Middle Ages, philosophy was the “handmaid of theology,” and it was taught by theologians. In the Renaissance, God ceased to be the interest of philosophy, and was replaced by man ( or man the creator). True, the church still had influence, as can be seen from the burning of Giordano Bruno.

    In short, this era revived science, art, and philosophy.

  2. The very term “Renaissance” means that in this era artists turned to the forgotten art of Ancient Rome and Ancient Greece, returned to their values, reviving them again. The term began to be used already in the 16th century, for example, Vasari in his books. But it became a scientific term for this era already in the 19th century.

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