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The dissemination of propaganda art in the Netherlands was greatly enhanced by the high literacy rate of the country. In 1593, when Scaliger
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Church was blocking their expanding businesses. In addition many people, rich and poor, were disillusioned because they felt that the Church was not a loving parent but a greedy bully
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It ushered in the Modern Age because, once the people's religious unity was destroyed, they began to think in terms of their own regional interests. From the diversity of those interests arose new political, social
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Medieval Culture Content Goals and Objectives: Goal 6 – Medieval Society and Culture The student will examine the various social structures and intellectual, scientific, literature, and architectural movements of medieval EuropeMedieval Culture Content Goals and Objectives: Goal 6 – Medieval Society and Culture The student will examine the various social structures and intellectual, scientific, literature, and architectural movements of medieval Europe
Define the feudal society of medieval Europe and evaluate its impact on cultural and political developments of Europe
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Elizabeth I became the Queen of England in 1558, six years before Shakespeare's birth. During her 45-year reign, London became a cultural and commercial center where learning and literature thrived
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