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Between the 1400s and the early 1700s what Europeans considered to be true had changed By the 1400s the renaissance had completely been started and was going strong and Florence was a major part of the world It had the best banks and the best artists overall it was basically the center of the world In the 1500s Martin Luther had begun the protestant reformation Luther had many ideas that criticized the church By around the 1520s Luthers ideas had become widespread During the 1600s Amsterdam could be compared to Florence during the early part of the renaissance It was the center of the world and high-class society During the early 1700s Russia and other countries have been trying to be like the modern European countries at the time With all of these new things happening and new ideas being created what Europeans had considered to be true had changed greatly The renaissance started somewhere in the 1300s By the 1400s the renaissance was fully developed Florence had been the center of the world having a great location for trade right next to the ocean and many of the great artists living there Because of this the renaissance was a time of a great appreciation for the arts Also during the renaissance people had set high ideals for humans The ideal man should be charming and polite He should also be skilled in the arts He should also be strong a good wrestler an expert horseback rider and a good swordsman Ultimately people had expected the ideal man to be the perfect man The perfect woman was also expected to be perfect Women were expected to be well educated to be very skilled in the arts but they were not expected to look for fame like men They were really only expected to inspire poetry and art rather than create it During the late 1400s and the early 1500s Italy had been split up by
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