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Dancing was prohibited during the Renaissance in Europe

Mindee Nelson

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Roger Moore on November 24, 2018

The answer is "false".The Renaissance era was the social development between the centuries Xiv and Xvi, of hundreds of years. In the midst of this development, the social orders began to understand the lessons and the crafts of the Classical period of Ancient Greece and Rome. The traditions of the dance in the Renaissance early, similar to the activity of exchange, joined in the shape of a cross on Europe, each distinctive of the region affected by other people in various circumstances. Exhibitions mounted by the court of amusements in the fifteenth century Italy systematically included in motion and observer of the accounts of the French, English, Scottish, and Spanish courts to demonstrate that the movement was normal.

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