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According to the text's translation I read, "lived many years " goes "lived for a long time after the Renaissance", but isn't it like the following?
"He was born long after the end of Renaissance and lived". I found the evidence that Renaissance lasted from 14th to 17th and He lived from 3 February 1809 – 4 November 1847 quite long after Renaissance.
ex)The German composer Felix Mendelssjohn lived many years after the Renaissance, but he drew inspiration from one of Shakespeare's plays. When Mendelssohn was ony seventeenth old, he wrote an overture, or introduction, to Shakespeare's comedy A Midsummer Night's Dream.....
Yes, but I do agree it can be ambiguous.