The enclosure movement converted agriculture from a largely communal, shared enterprise into one dominated by private interests, according to The Land Magazine. Enclosure is the process of privatizing common lands, allow... More »

The enclosure movement resulted in the division of formerly public agricultural and grazing land into smaller plots of private property. It first began and developed in England, and then later became policy in most of th... More »

In the 16th century, England experienced economic and population growth that resulted in comfortable lifestyles for the noble and middle working class, but difficult lifestyles for the poor, lower class farmers. The econ... More »

Donatello was important to the Renaissance movement as he was the first artist to introduce large sculptures. In addition to capturing history, these sculptures influenced the works of future Renaissance artists, includi... More »

The Renaissance is defined as an intellectual movement that originated in Italy during the end of the Middle Ages, explains "Mediæval and Modern History." It served as a rebirth of enthusiasm in art, literature and learn... More »

Intensive subsistence agriculture is a method of agriculture where farmers get more food per acre compared to other subsistence farming methods. This allows farmers to make the most of each harvest. More »

Advantages of technology in agriculture include expediting crop production rate and crop quantity, which in turn reduces costs of production for farmers and food costs for consumers, and even makes crops more nutritious ... More »