How Did Leonardo Da Vinci Influence The Renaissance

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Leonardo Da Vinci, Galileo, and Michelangelo are names that would go down in history, because of their work in the arts, and sciences. Galileo, Da Vinci, and Michelangelo helped the Renaissance, become so influential.The Renaissance is remembered in history due to its inventions, and other discoveries. The Renaissance, spanned from the early 1400s to the early 1600s. It was mainly in eastern Europe and western Asia. Technology, Science, and Math gave the Renaissance it’s place in the history book, for the most influential inventions.

The advancements made in the realm of Technology made daily life during the Renaissance easier.Technology not only made headway in making life easier for everyone, most importantly provided serfs the chance
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This was mainly used in microscopes, however lenses were used in other objects as well, like glasses. One of the first inventors to experiment with lenses was Zacharias Jansen. Using his knowledge of the microscope,"Dutch optician Zacharias Jansen invents the compound microscope using two lenses, one for the eyepiece and one for the objective lens.” (Technology 104). Another inventor, Hans Lippershey in 1608, invents a refracting telescope, which uses two lenses. Galileo's invention of the telescope, helped others like Hans Lippershey create the refracting telescope. Lastly, there was also a big movement toward inventions to make medicines, to make the world a better place. A doctor named, Ambrosie Pare, a well known French surgeon, invented jointed artificial limbs (Technology 102). Artificial limbs could help soldiers wounded in war, get back to health, and have their limbs fixed. Pare was an army surgeon, and when soldiers lost arteries, he invented the method of tying the artery after amputations to stop overflow of blood.This invention wasn’t a physical object, but it is classified as one, because this process caused less deaths. Science inventions saved lives, and helped scientific

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