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WELCOME TO THE RENAISSANCE LIBGUIDE
Britannica School provides quick facts and
in-depth information on a variety of subjects
and is a great place to start your research.
Reminder: citations are provided for each article
and may be cut and pasted into NoodleTools.
Be sure to get your Renaissance pictures here,
then copy and paste your citations into NoodleTools!
The following websites have been determined to be current, reliable, authoritative and unbiased by your teacher or librarian.
Listed below are just two of the several books
that are available in the SVS Library.
Renaissance and Reformation
This resource brings the events of the Renaissance and Reformation to life for today's students.
The 100 Most Influential Painters and Sculptors of the Renaissance
The Renaissance was a fantastic period of rebirth in terms of art and culture. This book recounts the struggles and victories of the most celebrated artists who lived and worked at this time.
Here are two short videos that talk about the Renaissance. Enjoy!
Renaissance: Was It a Thing?
History of Ideas: The Renaissance