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This page provides some starting spots for students studying the Renaissance. I particularly recommend Jack Lynch's website and Renascence Editions (see below under External Links), but you can also find a variety of other resources as well.

Renaissance Resources

External Links on the Renaissance

A Few Other Basic Literature Resources

Renaissance Religious Documents (all external to this site)


 

Image at top of page, adapted from John Dee's treatise on Reason and the Senses. Provided courtesy of Ryan McBride.

Image immediately above: collection of Renaissance sabres on display in Belvoir Castle, England. Photographed 1995 by Kip Wheeler.

 

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