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Artists Michaelangelo, Raphael, and Leonardo da Vinci belong to which period of the Renaissance?
High Renaissance,, was the period Leonardo da Vinci, early Michelangelo and Raphael belongs to.
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High Renaissance,, was the period Leonardo da Vinci, early Michelangelo and Raphael belongs to.
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