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1

The word "Renaissance" means_______ and began in the country of _____

"Rebirth" , Italy

2

The intellectual movement that dominated the Renaissance was________ which focused on the improvement of the _______

Humanism, Individual

3

All of the following were factors in beginning the Renaissance EXCEPT:
A. trade routes brought ideas to Europe
B. city-states became wealthy
C. The Great Schism caused tension
D. traditions of Greece and Rome became popular

C. The Great Schism caused tention

4

The Renaissance artist who 'created "Sistine Chapel" and "David"

Michelangelo

5

Which artistic method is most closely associated with Jan Van Eyck?
A. Perspective
B. Humanism
C. Oil-based paints
D. paint by number

C. Oil based paints

6

Dutch writer Erasmus's major work was _________ in which he called for reforms in ___________

"Praise of Folly", Catholic Church

7

German inventor ______ developed the moveable type printing press. The first work published by him was_____

Gutenberg, The Bible

8

All of the following were common criticisms of Catholic clergy prior to the Reformation EXCEPT:
A. they were greedy
B. they were uneducated
C. they refused to sell indulgences
D. they openly broke their vows

C. they refused to sell indulgences

9

In the "95 Theses" Luther attacked all of the following EXCEPT:
A. selling of indulgences
B. Papal authority
C. sacrament of confession
D. The Catholic Church's failure during the Black Death

D. The Catholic Church's failure during the Black Death

10

The Protestant denomination that believes in predestination is_________

A. Calvinism

11

All of the following could be said of Henry VIII, EXCEPT
A. his desire for divorce caused a break from Catholicism
B. his son ruled England as a Catholic nation
C. he was given the title"defender of the faith" by the pope.
D. he had a total of 6 wives

B. his son ruled England as a Catholic nation

12

John Calvin ruled the city of _____ as a _______, or rule by religious officials.

Geneva, theocracy

13

The pope called for a council meeting of Catholic officials in the city of ___

Trent

14

All of the following were actions taken by the Catholic Reformation EXCEPT
A. creating the Jesuit order
B. defining Catholic beliefs
C. outlawing the abuse of indulgences
D. allowing for individual interpretation of the Bible

D. allowing for individual interpretation of the Bible

15

Which of the following is a POLITICAL effect of the Protestant Reformation
A. Catholics and Protestants founded schools
B. Monarchs gained power
C. Catholics became unified
D. Protestant Churches flourished

B. Monarchs gained power

16

To set aside, cancel out, nullify

Annul

17

People who sponsor artists

patrons

18

Belief that god had chose who will be saved

Predestination

19

Cards that you purchased for forgiveness of sins

Indulgences

20

Society of Jesus, converted non-catholics

Jesuits

21

Common, everyday language of a region

Vernacular

22

Movement of Catholic Church for reform

Counter-Reformation

23

Anything not pertaining to religion

Secular

24

Government ruled by religious officials

Theocracy

25

Technique for 3-D images on a 2-D surface

Perspective

26

Creator of the "The Last Supper and Mona Lisa"

Leonardo Divinci

27

Author of "The Prince"

Machiavelli

28

1st leader of the Protestant Reformation

Martin Luther

29

Catholic friar, seller of indulgences

Johan Tetzel

30

Founder of the Jesuit Order, Catholic reformer

Ignatius de Loyola