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Q: What did Renaissance writers in northern Europe generally write about?
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How did the Renaissance spread to northern Europe?

The renaissance spread to northern Europe by, when the renaissance started in Italy spread over to northern Europe and lands on the Middle East and Africa.


How did renaissance spread to northern Europe?

The renaissance spread to northern Europe by, when the renaissance started in Italy spread over to northern Europe and lands on the Middle East and Africa.


How renaissances spread to northern Europe?

The renaissance spread to northern Europe by, when the renaissance started in Italy spread over to northern Europe and lands on the Middle East and Africa.


What direction does the renaissance spread?

northern Europe


In what four ways did the Renaissance spread to northern Europe?

The Renaissance in Northern Europe is described as the Northern Renaissance. At the time, there were only three countries present in Northern Europe: Denmark, Norway, and Sweden. Here, Sweden included Finland and Norway included Iceland.


Why did the Renaissance begin much later in northern Europe?

Balls


When did the renaissance spread from italy to northern europe?

The Renaissance spread in the 14th century.


What movement did the Northern Renaissance help prepare Europe?

The Protestant Reformation.


How did geography lead to the spread of Renaissance ideas from Italy to Northern Europe?

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Which artist brought the Renaissance to Northern Europe?

I believe it was Leonardo Da Vinci.


The renaissance spread fom Italy to where?

To all the countries North of it, Northern Europe


How did Durer help bring the Renaissance to northern Europe?

Dürer traveled twice to Italy, and used printmaking to bring Renaissance ideas to other artists in Norther Europe.