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Hello, Welcome to the renaissance, much is happening such as the development of new machines and new huge advancements in the field of science. Also there is rumor of a man from the north who is talking of questioning the church. Anyways much is happening and only time will tell.
Welcome to the grand laboratory of my master Sir Leonardo DaVinci. My master has informed me to capture the light! I do not know what he means but he encourages me to think. Sir Leonardo is a true renaissance man, but he is training me in the field of science currently. DaVinci I fear, is ahead of his time he, his inventions are so grand such as his parachute sketch but may never see them built.
Welcome to the Gutenberg Workshop. Today is the most joyous of days for my brother has created a machine that prints books at a rate not ever seen to mankind before. The invention of this machine is of most great affect breaking down the limitation to the production of books.
I, martin Luther am proud to announce the posting of my 95 theses, which are the reasons the church needs to change, mainly relating to the indulgences.I am slightly nervous but am glad to have made a stand but I fear if the church does not change I may have to leave on my own.
I, Martin Luther, am troubled yet glad to announce my breaking away from the Catholic Church and starting the Calvinist religion, there is a long journey ahead but I am ready for the fight.
Welcome to our play depicting the renaissance! The renaissance, the renaissance was a time of huge advancements in a large variety of fields. For example the renaissance was the time period when the printing press was invented. Also many inventions were either sketched or made in this time period, such as the helicopter. Overall the renaissance was a time of growth for the world today.
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