Flashcards in Renaissance & Reformation Deck (36):
What cultures were seen in the renewal known as the Renaissance?
Greek & roman
Who was the sculptor who lived in the 1400's and sculpted "David"
What was a consequence of the printing press?
Who painted the Mona Lisa and the last supper?
Leonardo da Vinci
What is the most important idea that arose from the Renaissance?
What was the intellectual movement that focused on human potential & achievement?
What does the Renaissance mean?
Who painted the ceilings of tomes Sistine chapel?
Where was the Medici family from?
When did the Renaissance take place?
The interest of the human body revived the study of what?
Art that shows scenes and objects in realistic dimensions and proportion is know as?
What was Italy divided into?
What includes grammar, history, poetry, and rhetoric?
Who wrote "The Prince"
Where did the Renaissance begin?
The period between the fall of the western Roman Empire & the Renaissance?
The Middle Ages
Where was the microscope & telescope invented?
What are mercenaries?
Soldiers that are hired or paid for their services.
What Rome a powerful city state during the renaissance?
Which two countries fought destructive wars over Italy?
Spain & France
What was one thing that did not contribute to the spread of Renaissance ideas?
Chinese methods of making paper arriving in Europe.
Language or dialect
"da Vinci of today"
Someone who is good at everything.
What social class was most likely to move up?
What is a dowry?
Money or gifts given by the brides family at the time of marriage.
Who creates the printing press?
What was the first Protestant faith?
What did the peace of Augsburg finally establish?
The end to religious conflict between Protestants & Catholics.
What was part of calvins reformation of the city of Geneva including a court system know as?
What issues are Martin luthers 95 theses addressing?
Corruption of the Catholic Church & purgatory.
What is purgatory?
The state or place of purification or temporary punishment for those die in a state of grace to prepare them for heaven.
Who was the monk and professor at the university of Wittenberg that rejected the catholic teaching that both faith & good works are required for salvation?
What wee the 3 most important teachings of Martin Luther?
•salvation is accomplished by faith & faith alone.
•religious truth & authority is found only in the bible.
• the church is a priesthood of believers & not a hiarchy of clergy.
Who was the Protestant reformer that believed in predestination?