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One major change that occurred during the High Renaissance time period was that artists began to be __________. commissioned by just the Catholic church commissioned by just the aristocracy commissioned by the aristocracy and guilds commissioned by private sources
Weegy: A. The Medieval Legacy to the Era of Crisis: From roughly the time of the Carolingian Renaissance in the 1000s A.D. to around 1300, Europe experienced social and economic boom times. [ The social chaos and political anarchy caused by the collapse of the Roman Empire in the 450s A.D., followed by the incursions of the Vikings, Magyars, and Moors in their raids around the 900s were finally over and Europe emerged from the Early Middle Ages. During the Medieval period, the feudal aristocracy and the Catholic church emerged as the dominant political force and were instrumental in imposing social and economic order in the countryside. Peasants were organized within the manorial system as serfs; the guild system dominated economic life and imposed its own wage, price, and production controls in the system; and, in religious life, the church reached its zenith of power and influence over not only the spiritual but the secular life of Europe. Indeed, Europeans were feeling vigorous enough to launch an expansion of western Christendom between the 11th and 13th centuries in the form of the Crusades and missionary efforts in the Baltic border lands. However, the 14th century would be an era of multiple crises that would either weaken or even destroy many of the medieval institutions of Europe that seemed the most durable, and in their stead, pave the way for the development of modern Europe. ] (More)
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How did Primitivism begin? a. Artists wanted to embrace high society, while displaying its animalistic characteristics. b. Artists were contemptuous toward city life and decadence. c. Artists were jealous. d. all of the above
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Primitivism began among artists who were contemptuous toward city life and decadence.
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What country controlled East Berlin? A. France B. Spain C. United States D. Soviet Union
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Soviet Union controlled East Berlin.
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What country controlled East Berlin? A. France B. Spain C. United States D. Soviet Union
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