History Class Storyboard

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  • Some of the many areas subject to change during the Renaissance were art, literature and technology. Due to the introduction of realism and perspective, art was capable of displaying more emotion than previously viable. Books began to discuss Humanist ideas encouraging readers to deviate from religion, which had a hold on society at the time, without directly defying the church. The creation of the printing press made books cheaper to make and purchase, granting the middle class the ability to possess them. During the Renaissance, society began to develop new, innovative ways to improve artistry as a whole; new beliefs were introduced to the population through literature and more of society was given the ability to learn and study from books.
  • Some time after the church began to sell indulgences 95 theses were nailed to the church's door, 95 complaints, these were written by Martin Luther who wished for change in the church. Despite knowing he was risking his life as punishment for his written opposition to the church he put these theses up for everyone to see. This gave the people a voice and confidence in that voice, encouraging them to speak out even if it took time, and eventually the church attempted to make changes.
  • In an attempt to find an easier route to India European explorers traveled west and discovered the Americas as a result. 
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