By: Nicole Krishna & Angeli Patel
During the Renaissance girls wore long dresses with embroided design. The boys wore tunic with hose. The wealthy also wore bonnets, hair decorations, or feathers on their hats.
Bakers, preists, artists, and farmers were a few jobs that people had in the Renaissance. The kings and queens made most of the rules.
Around this time, many people began to invent. A couple of inventions are:
The telescope, The parachute, and the printing press. Leonardo da Vinci was one of the most famous inventors.
All about the Renaissance
The word "Renaissance" is a French word for rebirth. It started in Italy during the Renaissance trade improved, and more people were getting rich. Humanism was brought to life. Humanism is an understanding of the world based on human experiences, ideas, and thoughts. More jobs were create in the 200-300 year period. The Renaissance was developed from the medieval period.
At parties the rich ate lamb, pigeon, vension, and pasta. On the other hand, the poor ate beef, and vegetable soup.
During the Renaissance, punishments were; stocks, banishment, amputations, whipping, hanging, and beheading.
The biggest dieseases were the Plague and Malaria. Diseases were spread by insects and rats, but usually only the rich had docters. Docters most commonly used herbs and spices as medicine. At the time, scientists were studying the human body.
1.) A competitive sport performed in Rome forces donkeys, buffaloes, and old men to race through the streets while spectators shout and throw mud at them.
2.) In the Renaissance, hot chocolate was invented before the chocolate bar. The chocolate bar was later invented in 1847.
3.) it was believed true that you could cure a headache by placing a tin pot on your head and then pouring melted lead into it.
Amputations- When a person's bodypart gets cut off
Beheading- Getting your head chopped off in public
Humanism- An understanding of the world based on human experiences, ideas, and thoughts
Medieval- Relating to medieval times, from about 500-1400 CE
Plague-The great epidemic of bubonic plague that killed a large part of the population of Europe in the mid 14th century
Stocks- Type of locking clamp used to imprison people