Answer Culture varied very greatly across the seventeenth century. Architecture, music and art began the transition from Renaissance to Baroque styles. Architecture became more natural-looking and curvaceous, often inspired by leaves, shells etc., sometimes with geometric shapes to provide the overall structure. The modal system began to fall out of use in music, and, by the end of the century, major and minor chords and scales began to take off, even if they only reached their full potential in the Classical period. The makings of the modern orchestra began to form. Art appeared more realistic, with sculpture and paintings often reflecting Classical forms.
Theatre, however, was possibly the most widely enjoyed of the arts, open to both rich and poor alike. William Shakespeare wrote some of the world's best plays at the start of the century.
America, at this point still mostly controlled by natives, had not yet diverged into its own styles of architecture etc., but adopted the classical forms of Palladianism as its 'official' architecture (eg. the White House, Washington Memorial etc.) in the 1700s.
Overall, the 1600s can be seen as a time of transition in the arts, opening new doors in almost every field, paving the way for Classicism to take over in the next century.
no offense but i doubt that anyone is still around to tell u :(
there were none
it was muddy and a little like France now
during the 1600s williamsburg had barely begun a church and a college were all williamsburg had until 1699 when the capital was moved there
Yes books like the bible were common
there wasnt much entertainment. there was reading books.
The culture at the time was that of the Renaissance, were the culture was developing new techniques in the arts, and elaborating new codes of sociability, etiquette and discourse.
Maryland has the most slavery torture than any other eastern coast states in 1600s.
The Mississippian civilization was virtually destroyed with the coming of the Europeans in the 1600s. Disease had a lot to do with their downfall. Only a few groups like the Seminoles in Florida and the Cherokee remained of a once-vibrant and progressive culture.
there were none
pretty but small.
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i dont know i wasnt there
it depended on imperialism
like in the mid- west