The Columbia Encyclopedia:
A brief article providing introductory information on Science, Literature,
and Music of the Renaissance. From the 2001 (6th edition) of The Columbia
Encyclopedia: Renaissance Art and Architecture
A brief article with special sections on Italian, Flemish, German, and
French Art and Architecture of the Renaissance. From the 2001 (6th edition)
of The Columbia Encyclopedia.
The Elizabethan Costuming Page
From an expert on historic costume, this site provides information and
depictions of many types of Renaissance clothing worn in Elizabethan
England. Also includes an extensive gateway to similar sites.
This site describes daily Renaissance life in five areas: crime and
punishment, entertainment, fashion, food, and medicine – from the Springfield
Public School District in Illinois.
Provides an overview of the time period with sections on exploration,
trade, books, humanism, math, architecture, painting, and music, as
well as a special focus on Florence. From the Annenberg/CPB Project.
This site is from a research project focused on life in Elizabethan
England and features a 70 page Compendium of Common Knowledge “about
A general discussion of the Renaissance plus specific information on
the Renaissance in Italy, the Netherlands, Germany, and France. Also
includes links to important artists with brief biographical and analytical
information and images of their works. From Ibiblio.org, a collaboration
of the Center for the Public Domain and the University of North Carolina
at Chapel Hill.
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