Renaissance Links
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1   Link   Decameron Web
Decameron Web a site totally dedicated to the history of the Italian Renaissance and of one of the era's famous writers Boccaccio, whose principal work, Decameron is available here. Excellent for both teachers and students with additional support materials.
2   Link   End of Europe's Middle Ages
End of Europe's Middle Ages is a fine source for the birth of the Renaissance and the changes taking place in Europe at the time. Excellent for teachers seeking background material in order to cover this subject.
3   Link   Exhibits and Collections of the Renaissance
Exhibits and Collections of the Renaissance offers educators a vast array of online materials to cover the Renaissance in their classes from online sources.
4   Link   Exploring Leonardo
Exploring Leonardo excellent site for teachers interested in the Italian Renaissance as well as educational materials which can be used in the classroom.
5   Link   The Prince
The Prince a full text version of Machiavelli's classic study of power is available for teachers on this site.
6   Link   The Galileo Project
The Galileo Project developed by Rice University with materials that will help educators bring this period alive to their students.
7   Link   Petrarch and Laura
Petrarch and Laura an excellent site for a history of one of the Renaissance's most interesting men.
8   Link   The Renaissance
The Renaissance a fine in order to explore the history and heritage of the Renaissance.