1450 CE -1750 CE
"the beliefs, customs, arts, etc., of a particular society, group, place, or time"
That's the direct definition of Culture from the Merriam-Webster Dictionary.
Funny to say that we focus on the main points of their society.
We often overlook their: values, beliefs, and their lifestyle.
Before the Renaissance, people were mostly Roman Catholic and lived by the laws of the Church. The renovation of traditional ideas in Europe, occurred around the fourteenth century through the seventeenth century. During this time, people began to question their normal existence, lives, and everything around them. This brought many advances in art, and technology. Artists started to paint wealthy people other than just religious figures. New ways of painting were created as well as new technology for scientists to study with. The Renaissance flourished many new outgoing ideas and also gave a start to humanitarianism.