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61

This person invented the movable type printing press

Johann Gutenberg

62

The statements by Martin Luther that begin the Protestant Reformation

The Ninety-Five Theses

63

This nation was formed from ancient Gaul

France

64

This "lady king" of Denmark ruled from Finland to Greenland, the largest kingdom in Europe at the time.

Margrete

65

This nation lead the way in the great age of exploration

Portugal

66

This English author and playwright may be the greatest writer the world has ever known

William Shakespeare

67

This person led the French during the hundred years war and was known as the "Maid of Orleans"

Joan of Arc

68

This country was led by William the Silent in its independence of Spain

The Netherlands

69

The line of kings that Henry II of England began

Plantagenet

70

The nickname that Mary Tudor received for her persecution of English Protestants

"Bloody Mary"

71

The Roman church official he traveled to Germany selling indulgences

Tetzel

72

Charles V declared Martin Luther a heretic here

Worms

73

This religious group had the philosophy of "the end justifies the means "

Jesuits

74

This person translated the Bible into English for the first time

John Wycliffe

75

The Christian reformer in Bohemia

John Huss

76

He published the first printed edition of the new testament in the original Greek

Desiderius Erasmus

77

The Christian reformer in Zürich

Ulrich Zwingli

78

The Christian reformer in Geneva

John Calvin

79

He led the Scottish reformation

John Knox

80

He wrote the Book of Martyrs

John Foxe

81

The statement that best describes the influence of the Northern Renaissance

People began to realize that the most important book is the Bible

82

After reading the "Twelve Articles" from the peasants this was Luther's response

Christianity must not be thought of as a revolutionary political movement

83

This statement best describes the results of territorial churches

Territorial churches prettiest cold formal churches that help no religious freedom

84

This statement best describes the significance of the English defeat of the Spanish Armada

England secured complete independence from the Roman church

85

This statement best explains what the signing of the Magna Carta established

Precedents of freedom by clearly defining the rights and privileges of the people were established

86

Know these locations

England, Scotland, Northern Ireland, Ireland, London, Dublin, English channel, Irish Sea, Wales, Thames River