How were props used in the Renaissance period different from those used in the early Greek and Roman times? Greek and Roman props were much more elaborate than those used in the Renaissance period. Props used in the Renaissance period were much more elaborate than those used by the Greeks and Romans. Props were not used by actors during either of those time periods, so there is no difference at all. The Greeks and Romans used weapons as props, and actors during the Renaissance didn't.

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I am not totally sure about this one but I believe it would be props used in the Renaissance period were much more elaborate than those used by the Greeks and Romans. The renaissance was, in many ways, more advanced than Greece and Rome because  the Renaissance was more of a continuation of the discoveries and ways of life that had existed during the Greek and Roman times.  As such, it would make sense that the Renaissance had more complex theatre props.  Also theatre was flourishing during the Renaissance so better props would have been made.


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I would say the second one, or B. whatever floats your boat lol, sorry for the late answer though, i also know someone else already answered this question, so I just wanted them to get brainliest :)


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