How did the Renaissance impact Europe and the world?
William Shakespeare was probably the most influential poet of the Renaissance, and his main form of poetry was a sonnet, which contained 14 lines of poetry. He created pieces such as, Hamlet, Macbeth, Romeo and Juliet, and The Tempest. Most of these are still referred to as great pieces of literature today, and have influenced the rest of the world. A good amount of modern movies have a plot similar to Shakespeare’s plays. Even some college courses focus on specifically Shakespeare literature.
Johannes created the printing press, an object that first introduced printing instead of handwriting and carving text. Johannes' invention revolutionized the way books were made. Furthermore, the printing press was cheaper than to use ink.
Overall, The Renaissance was a very influential, and legacy leading age of prosperity in Europe that effected Europe and the rest of the world in many ways.
Great poet and author, and was very influential.
Leonardo Da Vinci
He was a very successful engineer and artist.
Created the printing press, an easier, cheaper way to produce books.