Masquerades, Maumere and carnivals, the favorite entertainment in the Middle Ages, especially prevalent in the Renaissance. In the 15th and 16th centuries. such representations were held in the homes of the nobility and complexity as they have become expensive festivities.The rulers of the Italian city-states, such as the Medici, Sforza, Gonzaga and Este, more attention is paid pageantry. To put things in order and strengthen discipline, there were special dancing master, for whom dance was the epitome of restraint and refinement. It now had no “national”; dance became more theatrical. Professional dancing master rehearsed in advance with the nobles individual steps and figures and directed the movement of groups of dancers.Most Renaissance fond masquerades, i.e. dancing in masks, and masks were in this era of special importance.