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AMRISTICRATIC R ENNASSIANCE

ARCASE LOVRICH
9 February 2009

Shakespeare and Da Vinci
William Shakespeare (April 26 1564 – April 23 1616) The Fashion
is an English poet and playwright, widely regarded as

the greatest writer in all the renaissance. He is often

called England's national poet. His works consist of EVERYDAY WE WEAR SOME TYPE OF
38 plays, 154 sonnets, two long narrative poems, and DRESS THAT IS THIN AROUND THE
HIPS BUT VERY FLUFFY AT THE TOP
several other poems. He is truly one of the greats.
AND BOTTON. THE TOP ISNʼT AS
FLUFFY AS THE BOTTOM BUT IT USES † THE RENAISSANCE ¢
Methink'st thou art a MANY FRILLY COLLARS. THE BOTTOM
Times like now are happy times.
IS VERY WIDE AND TAKES UP A LOT OF
general offence and SPACE. USUALLY THE MEN WEAR
We have made break throughs
in many things like art, fashion,
SOME SORT OF HAT AND JUST A SHIRT
every man should AND PANTS. and literature. We have writers
like William Shakespeare and
beat thee. artists like Leonardo Da Vinci.
Ever wonder why is a mile 5280
feet? The Romans made it as
the mile a soldier could march
in one thousand steps. The
soldiers could walk a total of
5000 feet, but it did fluctuate.
Then in 1575, Queen Elizabeth
I stated that the length of a
mile be increased to 5280 feet,
so that it could be easily
divided by the furlong (660
feet).A furlong is a plowed row
in a field.

A new rise of kings and queens
within the era of the Renaissance.
These new monarchs were kings
and queens who took
responsibility for the welfare of all
of society. They centralized power
and the kings now controlled
tariffs, taxes, many aspects of
religion, and the laws and
judiciary.