Renaissance (Crossword clue)

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We found 3 answers for “Renaissance” .

This page shows answers to the clue Renaissance, followed by ten definitions like “Meaning "rebirth" in French”, “Literally means “rebirth” and “The transitional movement in Europe”. Synonyms for Renaissance are for example new beginning, new start and reappearance. More synonyms can be found below the puzzle answers.


Definitions of “Renaissance”
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• The transitional movement in Europe
• There are two common uses of the word
• Renascence the revival of learning and culture
• The style of art which prevailed at this epoch
• The term originally described a period of cultural
• A period of growth and activity in the areas of art
• A period in history dating from the 14th to 16th centuries
• The era of music covering the 15th / 16th centuries (c
• The term applied to the 14th, 15th and 16th centuries in Italy
• Period in Europe from the late fourteenth through the sixteenth centuries
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Synonyms of “Renaissance”
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new beginning, new start, reappearance, rebirth, recovery, regeneration, reincarnation, renewal, restoration, resurgence, resurrection, revitalization and revivification.

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