History: Renaissance History

Study Notes and more for VCE - Victorian Certificate of Education

Australia VCE - Victorian Certificate of Education History: Renaissance History

If you’re studying VCE - Year 12 - History: Renaissance History, you should certainly take a look at this collection of study notes from past students. You’ll find helpful hints on everything from the social institutions of Renaissance Venice to the republican values of Florence - and much more. Downloading these notes will help round out your knowledge of Renaissance history and build your confidence in your own understanding.  

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British Colonisation in the Americas

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VCE - Year 11 - History: Renaissance History

This document talks about the relationships between the colonists that settled in the Americas and the Native Americans....

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VCE History Notes 2016

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VCE - Year 12 - History: Renaissance History

These notes include in detail notes on history centuries ago, These notes correspond with the VCAA study design

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Section C Essay: Civic harmony and social institutions in Venice

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VCE - Year 12 - History: Renaissance History

This essay explores the different social institutions in Venice and how the city maintained civic harmony

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Section C Essay on balancing the special interests and general welfare in Venice

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VCE - Year 12 - History: Renaissance History

This essay explores the ways in which Renaissance Venice managed to balance the special interests of certain social grou...

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How did Lorenzo’s period of control accord with the republican values of Florentine state?

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VCE - Year 12 - History: Renaissance History

Unit 3 Outcome 2 essay exploring the various factors of Lorenzo's rule that coincided with the republican values of Rena...

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