This generator of names gives you 15 random Italian names from the Renaissance period. The renaissance began in the 14th century as a cultural revolution in Italy, and it gradually expanded into much of Western Europe. It marked the transition in Europe from medieval to early modern times. During the Renaissance, a new interest in culture emerged and many changes occurred in the everyday lives of many people. Renaissance names are mostly different from those we use today, although some names still existed, in particular those from the important families in the Renaissance, such as the Medici family. Nevertheless, those who know Italian names are possibly able to select the old from the new and the changed from the unchanged. There is plenty to choose from in this device, either way.
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The birth of modern Italy can be traced back to the 15th century. By the end of this period, several Italian thinkers proclaimed that they had reached a new stage. This was the beginning of the so-called Renaissance. For centuries, historians have agreed that the first Italian Renaissance took place between the tenth and the thirteenth centuries. For centuries, the term Renaissance has been used to refer to the time period between the eighth and the twelfth centuries. The term Renaissance is usually used when comparing the whole period to other eras, though there are also people who use the term in its narrowest sense.
There are several places where the term Italian Renaissance was first used. In fact, there are a number of places where Renaissance was used. The term is most often used to refer to those years which were considered the height of Italian culture. But it was actually the middle ages, which are usually referred to as the true Renaissance period. For many years, scholars have been arguing over which is which. However, in recent years, historians have begun to agree on the first Renaissance to occur in Italy. This is when Rome was rebuilt following the destruction of Rome during World War II.
Some places that are commonly referred to as being Italian Renaissance are Savona, Bologna, Florence, Verona and Tuscany. Although many historians believe that these areas were not at that point in time the center of Italian culture, many people still prefer to call them Italian Renaissance centers. For most of history, Italy was primarily known by the name 'Emilia-Romagna'. The first Italian Renaissance center to be recognized in the entire world was Savona in Italy.