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Which period saw a great rebirth in the classics, art, and literature?
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Which period saw a great rebirth in the classics, art, and literature?
Renaissance
Who were the three most well-known artists of High Renaissance?
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Who were the three most well-known artists of High Renaissance?
Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Raphael
What was the name of Machiavelli's book that was published during the Renaissance and gave advice to the leaders of Europe?
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What was the name of Machiavelli's book that was published during the Renaissance and gave advice to the leaders of Europe?
The Prince
How must leaders act according to Machiavelli?
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How must leaders act according to Machiavelli?
Good when possible and evil when necessary (they must be manipulative)
Which Renaissance era philosophy used science, art, and respect for each human being in the study of worldly subjects and classical culture?
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Which Renaissance era philosophy used science, art, and respect for each human being in the study of worldly subjects and classical culture?
Humanism
What happened to the power of the Catholic Church in Europe as a result of the Protestant Reformation?
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What happened to the power of the Catholic Church in Europe as a result of the Protestant Reformation?
Weakened
Which reformer nailed his 95 theses to the door of the Castle Church at Wittenberg in 1517?
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Which reformer nailed his 95 theses to the door of the Castle Church at Wittenberg in 1517?
Martin Luther
An important result of the Reformation was the creation of new denominations. What were new denominations?
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An important result of the Reformation was the creation of new denominations. What were new denominations?
New branches of the Christian Church
Which Protestant reformer in Switzerland believed in predestination?
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Which Protestant reformer in Switzerland believed in predestination?
John Calvin
The strengthening of the Catholic Church in Spain, Portugal, and Italy, the Council of Trent, and the creation of the Jesuits were all part of what Catholic response to the Protestant Reformation?
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The strengthening of the Catholic Church in Spain, Portugal, and Italy, the Council of Trent, and the creation of the Jesuits were all part of what Catholic response to the Protestant Reformation?
Counter-Reformation
Which sixteenth century movement led to many advances in science?
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Which sixteenth century movement led to many advances in science?
Scientific Revolution
With whom did Galileo Galilei have a dispute over their refusal to accept his conclusions about the relationship between the Earth and the sun in the solar system?
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With whom did Galileo Galilei have a dispute over their refusal to accept his conclusions about the relationship between the Earth and the sun in the solar system?
Catholic Church officials
Francis Bacon, Galileo Galilei, and Isaac Newton all believed that knowledge should be based on what two things?
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Francis Bacon, Galileo Galilei, and Isaac Newton all believed that knowledge should be based on what two things?
Experimentation & Observation
What was the biggest difference between the Ptolemaic view of the universe and the Copernican view of the universe?
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What was the biggest difference between the Ptolemaic view of the universe and the Copernican view of the universe?
Body at the Center of the Universe (Earth vs. Sun)
What was the name for the systematic procedure for collecting and analyzing evidence that changed the way scientists and philosophers studied the world around them?
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What was the name for the systematic procedure for collecting and analyzing evidence that changed the way scientists and philosophers studied the world around them?
Scientific Method
What period of history led to many philosophies on the best form of government?
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What period of history led to many philosophies on the best form of government?
Enlightenment
How did John Locke believe the mind acquires knowledge?
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How did John Locke believe the mind acquires knowledge?
Experience
Which of the following was not a book written during the Enlightenment: Locke’s Two Treatises of Government, Rousseau’s The Social Contract, Bede's Ecclesiastical History of the English People, and Montesquieu’s The Spirit of the Laws?
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Which of the following was not a book written during the Enlightenment: Locke’s Two Treatises of Government, Rousseau’s The Social Contract, Bede's Ecclesiastical History of the English People, and Montesquieu’s The Spirit of the Laws?
Bede's Ecclesiastical History of the English People
Which two periods of history between 1550 and 1800 examined the natural laws governing the universe?
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Which two periods of history between 1550 and 1800 examined the natural laws governing the universe?
Scientific Revolution & Enlightenment
Enlightenment ideas were spread through the use of the printing press and through meetings of the wealthy elites in which elegant drawing rooms in the urban houses of the wealthy?
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Enlightenment ideas were spread through the use of the printing press and through meetings of the wealthy elites in which elegant drawing rooms in the urban houses of the wealthy?
Salons
High taxes on the Third Estate, the success of the American Revolution, and the poor leadership and frivolous spending of Louis XVI all contributed to which war?
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High taxes on the Third Estate, the success of the American Revolution, and the poor leadership and frivolous spending of Louis XVI all contributed to which war?
French Revolution
Which 1814 meeting of European leaders occurred to develop a plan for lasting peace in Europe after the French Revolution and Napoleonic Wars?
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Which 1814 meeting of European leaders occurred to develop a plan for lasting peace in Europe after the French Revolution and Napoleonic Wars?
Congress of Vienna
In 1789, members of the Third Estate in the Estates General in France took the Tennis Court Oath, promising to do what?
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In 1789, members of the Third Estate in the Estates General in France took the Tennis Court Oath, promising to do what?
Draft a new National Constitution
The storming of which prison building in Paris demonstrated that violence would be an integral part of the French Revolution?
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The storming of which prison building in Paris demonstrated that violence would be an integral part of the French Revolution?
Bastille
What philosophical principles of the Enlightenment contributed to the goals of the French Revolution?
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What philosophical principles of the Enlightenment contributed to the goals of the French Revolution?
Individual Rights and Liberties of the People

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