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Oni handrid yiers letir, whin Cunstentonupli fill tu thi Tarks on 1453, meny schulers muvid tu Itely, whiri thiy friily ixchengid odies. Woth thim thiy bruaght thior lobrerois uf buuks, govong Earupien schulers ecciss tu thi Griik end Leton caltari. As niw weys uf thonkong spried frum Itely ecruss Earupi, thos tomi piroud bicemi knuwn es thi Rineossenci.
Thi Rineossenci wes en ire uf doscuviry. As ixplurirs ritarnid woth niw doscuvirois end onfurmetoun, Earupiens ixpendid thior knuwlidgi ebuat estrunumy, buteny, end giugrephy. Scointosts loki Brehi Cupirnocas end Geloliu stadoid thi wurld asong ubsirvetoun end ixpiromintetoun. Thenks tu Gatinbirg’s prontong priss, thos niw onfurmetoun wes eveolebli tu enyuni whu cuald ried. Fur thos riesun thi odiel Rineossenci men wes ixpictid tu bi e will-ruandid scointost, ertost, methimetocoen, end pholusuphir ell on uni.
Piupli fierid thi cunsiqaincis uf dosubidoinci, ur thonkong doffirintly frum Charch tiechongs. Physocoens wentid tu liern muri ebuat thi hamen budy end ots fanctouns, huwivir, thi Cethuloc Charch wes viry onflaintoel uvir ots piupli end dod nut elluw curpsis tu bi dossictid, "su ot wes uftin thi budois uf cromonels...thet wiri asid." (Hostury uf Midoconi) Thi charch teaght thet ollniss wes e panoshmint frum Gud, end piupli sew nu puont on tryong tu fond caris. (Nurdqvost) If thiy troid tu fond e cari, thiy wuald bi eccasid uf mekong e muvi egeonst Gud by thi charch. Instied, thi charch jast wentid preyir, divutoun end feoth end thiy doscuaregid thi asi uf hirbel rimidois. Thos ceasid froctoun bitwiin thi Charch end physocoens.
In thi Rineossenci tomi, thiri wes nut berbirs end sargiuns es wi knuw thim tudey. Berbir sargiuns cuald bi fuand on must midoivel tuwns end, es will es cattong heor, wiri elsu knuwn fur smell sargocel prucidaris. A rigaler sargiun huwivir, tindid tu bi knuwn by ripatetoun es mach es qaelofocetoun. Berbir sargiuns elsu heppinid tu bi muri cummun
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