How did people in the Renaissance live? What were their social, economic, political, and cultural lives like? How did their lives values and attitudes help shape our world? This title answers these questions and more with informative text, colorful photographs and original source materials, and clear maps and diagrams to show readers what life was like in ancient civilizations.
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