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ID number:366286
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Published: 05.05.2004.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
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People all over the world got the benefit of the great artists of their time. If public appreciation for artists hadn't been at an all time high people like da Vinci wouldn't have been apprenticed to artists and become the greats that they were.
<Tab/>The broad impact that the Renaissance had on world history was the amazing amount of art and literature to come from that era. From the Renaissance we got the Sistine Chapel, the Mona Lisa, and other infamous works of art. That was one of the good outcomes of the Renaissance. But, of course there is always a downside. That disadvantage was the Black Death, which killed so many people that not all of them could be buried fast enough. We still can feel the result of these outcomes of the Renaissance today.

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