Rebirth of the Renaissance
The renaissance was the rebirth and revival of Europe. The renaissance was a rebirth in many ways especially in learning and knowledge. It was also an age of new discoveries both geographical; exploration of the new world, and intellectual. The renaissance took place between the 14th and 17th century, resulting as a bridge from the middle ages to the modern century. NORTHERN ITALY, being in the perfect spot to become parts of large amounts of the early trade in Europe, quickly became the birthplace of the Renaissance because not only did most traveling scholars pass through the town, but the city already had great artistic influence. From trade, Italy had come into contact with other cultures giving rise to the economy helping Italy to accumulate wealth, which was a need for the growing of art and literature.
Humanism is an approach in study, worldview, and practices that focused on human values and concerns, attaching importance to humans rather than divine or supernatural matters. The teachings of humanism led people to personal freedom, letting them know their own capability’s and allowing them think for themselves rather than the church thinking, and guiding them. Now in the present we live our everyday lives in a humanistic society were you can make your own decision’s and chose who you want to be, not who you are chosen to be by someone else.
Marco polo was born in Venice, Italy around 1254. He was one of the first Europeans to travel into Mongolia and China. He became famous for his book that told the story of his travels along the Silk Road to China. When he was 17 he travelled to China with his uncle and father, for a total of 24 years. In 1298, there was a conflict between Venice and Genoa. Marco Polo was captured by the Genoese and imprisoned by them. While in jail, Marco told the story of his travels to a writer who published the book, The Travels of Marco Polo. The book helped to make Europeans very