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One is of the conviction that there are commonalities between the European Renaissance and African Renaissance that warrant unpacking, in order to discover African Renaissance's significance and place in the education for Africans in South Africa.
Roger French, Dissection and Vivisection in the European Renaissance
In addition, the author attempts to tackle the European Renaissance, not merely a national variety of it, although, in a small concession to manageability, Welti concentrates on Italy, France, England and Germany, leaving out the countries at the margins of Europe, the "Randstaaten.
He deemed irrelevant the arguments of those historians who believed in a previous medieval Renaissance or who questioned the uniqueness of specific aspects that had been ascribed exclusively to the Italian and later on to the European Renaissance, for he felt that too much was being made of cultural traits and beliefs that were commonly found among people of both periods.
In many ways it is hard to praise Cartography in the European Renaissance too highly.
By the time of the European Renaissance, it was 30 years, and by 1850 that number had risen to 43.
The House of Wisdom: How Arabic Science Saved Ancient Knowledge and Gave Us the Renaissance offers a fine survey of the Islamic world's scientific innovations which enabled the European Renaissance, following the history of innovations in science and culture that were the result of medieval scholars of the East.
The exhibition reveals the forgotten history of men and women from various faiths and backgrounds whose contributions to the advancement of scholarship and technology during the Middle Ages helped pave the way for the European Renaissance.
The scholars of Baghdad took works of philosophy and science from all over the known world and translated them into Arabic, only for those works - and many new discoveries and schools of thought flowing from them - to be subsequently translated into Latin and used as the feedstock of the European Renaissance.
Long before the European Renaissance, while the western world was languishing in what was once called the 'Dark Ages', the Arab world was ablaze with the knowledge, invention and creativity of its Golden Age.
After blockbuster runs in London and Istanbul, "1001 Inventions: Discover the Golden Age of Muslim Civilization" has come to America's shores, revealing the forgotten history of men and women from a variety of faiths and backgrounds whose contributions to the advancement of scholarship and technology during the Middle Ages helped pave the way for the European Renaissance.
This exhibition of highlights from Jean-Michel Constant Leber's (1780-1859) collection of 2,000 European Renaissance prints is the first time many of the works have been on display.

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