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Who controlled Milan during the Renaissance?
Last Updated: 6th June, 2020
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Then, who ruled Milan during the Renaissance?
He named Leonardo da Vinci painter of the duke andLeonardo created one of his best pieces, "The Last Supper"during his time in Milan. The Sforza family,originally the Attendolo was an Italian family who ruledMilan from 1450 to 1535. However, before the Sforza familyruled, the Visconti family governed.
when did Milan become part of Italy? Nevertheless, Milan was still subject of theAustrian monarchy until 1859. That same year the Austrians leftMilan, and the city and Lombardy were incorporated into theKingdom of Sardinia. A few years later Milan became part ofthe Kingdom of Italy with the unification ofItaly.
Consequently, who led most of the Italian Renaissance city states?
D is the correct answer. The Italian Renaissance citystates were primarily led by powerful merchant families,for example the Medici family in Florence.
What was Venice known for during the Renaissance?
It was based in the lagoon communities of thehistorically prosperous city of Venice, and was a leadingEuropean economic and trading power during the Middle Agesand the Renaissance. Venice became home to anextremely wealthy merchant class, who patronized renownedart and architecture along the city's lagoons.