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What does the term “Renaissance” mean?
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What does the term “Renaissance” mean?
Rebirth
Where did the Renaissance begin?
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Where did the Renaissance begin?
Italian City States: Milan, Venice, Florence
Which Renaissance movement was based on the study of the Classics and subjects that we now call the Humanities?
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Which Renaissance movement was based on the study of the Classics and subjects that we now call the Humanities?
Humanism
Which term means languages that are commonly spoken by the people (as opposed to Classical languages)?
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Which term means languages that are commonly spoken by the people (as opposed to Classical languages)?
Vernacular
Which political philosopher believed that leaders should take and hold power by any means necessary?
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Which political philosopher believed that leaders should take and hold power by any means necessary?
Niccolò Machiavelli
Which Renaissance artist painted the Mona Lisa?
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Which Renaissance artist painted the Mona Lisa?
Leonardo
Which Renaissance artist painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel?
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Which Renaissance artist painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel?
Michelangelo
Which Renaissance artist painted The School of Athens, which featured many famous ancient individuals and also included himself in the background?
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Which Renaissance artist painted The School of Athens, which featured many famous ancient individuals and also included himself in the background?
Raphael
Which Renaissance artist sculpted the David sculpture?
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Which Renaissance artist sculpted the David sculpture?
Michelangelo
What did Renaissance artists try to reflect in their art?
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What did Renaissance artists try to reflect in their art?
Human-centered world/ beatury of the human form
Which Protestant reformer began the Protestant Reformation by nailing his 95 theses on the door of the castle church at Wittenberg (in modern-day Germany)?
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Which Protestant reformer began the Protestant Reformation by nailing his 95 theses on the door of the castle church at Wittenberg (in modern-day Germany)?
Martin Luther
Which English king became Protestant when the Pope refused to grant him a divorce?
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Which English king became Protestant when the Pope refused to grant him a divorce?
Henry VIII
Which Protestant Reformer continued the work of Martin Luther in Switzerland but also believed in the idea of predestination?
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Which Protestant Reformer continued the work of Martin Luther in Switzerland but also believed in the idea of predestination?
John Calvin
Which Swiss reformer died in combat fighting over his beliefs?
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Which Swiss reformer died in combat fighting over his beliefs?
Ulrich Zwingli
Which Christian Humanist wrote the Praise of Folly and encouraged reform?
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Which Christian Humanist wrote the Praise of Folly and encouraged reform?
Desiderius Erasmus
Which explorer’s crew was the first to circumnavigate the globe?
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Which explorer’s crew was the first to circumnavigate the globe?
Ferdinand Magellan
Which explorer landed in Brazil and claimed it for Portugal?
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Which explorer landed in Brazil and claimed it for Portugal?
Pedro Álvarez Cabral
Which conquistador led the Spanish conquest against the Aztec Empire?
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Which conquistador led the Spanish conquest against the Aztec Empire?
Hernán Cortés
In addition to an exchange of people and ideas, the Columbian Exchange included the exchange of which three important things between the “Old” World and the Americas?
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In addition to an exchange of people and ideas, the Columbian Exchange included the exchange of which three important things between the “Old” World and the Americas?
Plants, Animals, Diseases
Which conquistador led the Spanish conquest against the Incan Empire?
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Which conquistador led the Spanish conquest against the Incan Empire?
Francisco Pizarro
Which state remained very Catholic following the Protestant Reformation and removed all of the Jews and Muslims from the nation by 1492?
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Which state remained very Catholic following the Protestant Reformation and removed all of the Jews and Muslims from the nation by 1492?
Spain
Which state became the leading Protestant nation in Europe under Queen Elizabeth I and also granted certain rights and liberties to its citizens through the Petition of Right and the Bill of Rights?
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Which state became the leading Protestant nation in Europe under Queen Elizabeth I and also granted certain rights and liberties to its citizens through the Petition of Right and the Bill of Rights?
England
Which state fought violent wars of religion between Catholics and Huguenots before the Edict of Nantes allowed for religious toleration?
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Which state fought violent wars of religion between Catholics and Huguenots before the Edict of Nantes allowed for religious toleration?
France
Which was a loose alliance of 300 states in Central and Northern Europe that allowed for each state to choose its own religion under the Peace of Westphalia?
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Which was a loose alliance of 300 states in Central and Northern Europe that allowed for each state to choose its own religion under the Peace of Westphalia?
Holy Roman Empire
Which became a strong military state under Frederick William and his son, King Frederick I?
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Which became a strong military state under Frederick William and his son, King Frederick I?
Prussia
What was the name of the event in English history in which William of Orange and his wife Mary were invited to take the throne in England?
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What was the name of the event in English history in which William of Orange and his wife Mary were invited to take the throne in England?
Glorious Revolution




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