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Students understand the significant challenges and developments faced by the society that caused progress or decline, including the Reformation, Renaissance and Age of Exploration.
Lucrezia was the daughter of Pope of Pope Alexander VI and sister of Cesare Borgia a major inspiration for Machiavelli's "The Prince" an influential book on politics, power and diplomacy. Highly educated and intelligent, Lucrezia was married off three times by her family for political gain.
Did you know that in 2008 National Gallery of Victoria discovered that "the subject of a mysterious Renaissance portrait it has owned since 1965 is Lucrezia Borgia, and that the painter is famed Renaissance artist Dosso Dossi"? Click here to explore more.
Source: Dosso Dossi, Lucrezia Borgia, (National Gallery of Victoria: 1587-5)
Born in 1451 in Madrigal de las Altas Torres (Spain) into the royal House of Trastámara and died in 1504 in Medina del Campo (Spain). Queen of Spain in her own right, with her husband Ferdinand she helped create a united Spain, and in sponsoring the explorations of Christopher Columbus establish Latin America.
Born in Florence (Italy) in 1519 and died in Blois (France) in 1589.
Born in Rome (Italy) in 1593 and died in Naples (Italy) in 1652/53
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"Take a step back in time and into the boudoir of the future Queen of France, Marie de Medici. Learn the secrets to all the layers of clothing, where they evolved from, and their meanings." (CostumeTrek, 2019)
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In text reference / citation: CostumeTrek (2019) or (CostumeTrek, 2019)
Bibliography / Reference list: CostumeTrek (2019). Dressing a Rennaissance Queen, [eVideo]. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/_3aj2vQbJHU