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Renaissance: Vocabulary Renaissance Literature Renaissance Men Major Events of the Renaissance Renaissance 'luck of the draw'
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What does the word renaissance mean?
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What does the word renaissance mean?
rebirth
What word means worldly?
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What word means worldly?
secular
What do we call the language spoken in a persons own region?
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What do we call the language spoken in a persons own region?
vernacular
What word means to be released from all or part of the punishment of sin?
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What word means to be released from all or part of the punishment of sin?
indulgence
What was Calvins idea that God had determined in advance who would be saved and who would be damned?
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What was Calvins idea that God had determined in advance who would be saved and who would be damned?
predestination
Who wrote the book The Prince?
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Who wrote the book The Prince?
Nicclolo Machiaveli
Who authored The Canterbury Tales?
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Who authored The Canterbury Tales?
Geoffrey Chaucer
Who wrote the Ninety-five Theses and started the Protestant Reformation?
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Who wrote the Ninety-five Theses and started the Protestant Reformation?
Martin Luther
What practice of the church did Luther's Ninety-five Theses attack?
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What practice of the church did Luther's Ninety-five Theses attack?
the sell of indulgence
What are the three parts of the divine comedy and what is it about?
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What are the three parts of the divine comedy and what is it about?
inferno (#!!##!!##!!##!!#), purgatory, paradise (heaven); Dante's journey through all three realms until he reaches God
Who sculpted David of the Bible and painted the Sistine Chapel?
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Who sculpted David of the Bible and painted the Sistine Chapel?
Michaelangelo
Who mastered the art of realistic painting with the Mona Lisa and the last Supper and dissected human bodies to see how nature worked?
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Who mastered the art of realistic painting with the Mona Lisa and the last Supper and dissected human bodies to see how nature worked?
Leonardo Da Vinci
Who was admired for his Madonnas (paintings of the Virgin Mary)?
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Who was admired for his Madonnas (paintings of the Virgin Mary)?
Raphael
Who was the Holy Roman Emperor at the Edict of Worms and during the fighting against the German-Lutheran Princes?
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Who was the Holy Roman Emperor at the Edict of Worms and during the fighting against the German-Lutheran Princes?
Charles V
Who was the warrior-pope that led armies against his enemies?
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Who was the warrior-pope that led armies against his enemies?
Pope Julius II
What city did the Spanish sack in 1527, which left them to be a dominant force in Italy?
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What city did the Spanish sack in 1527, which left them to be a dominant force in Italy?
Rome
What invention caused the ideas of the Renaissance and Reformation to spread so quickly?
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What invention caused the ideas of the Renaissance and Reformation to spread so quickly?
Guttenberg Printing Press
What is the key intellectual movement of the Renaissance that focused on the study of the literary works of ancient Greece and Rome?
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What is the key intellectual movement of the Renaissance that focused on the study of the literary works of ancient Greece and Rome?
Humanism
What agreement ended the religious warfare in Germany and what was forever lost with it?
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What agreement ended the religious warfare in Germany and what was forever lost with it?
Peace of Augsburg and Christian Unity
What were the three chief pillars of the Catholic Reformation?
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What were the three chief pillars of the Catholic Reformation?
The Jesuits, the reform of the papacy, and the Council of Trent
Which city-state was the cultural center of the Renaissance in Italy?
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Which city-state was the cultural center of the Renaissance in Italy?
Florence
What is a painting done on fresh, wet plaster with water based paints?
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What is a painting done on fresh, wet plaster with water based paints?
Fresco
Who in England annulled his own marriage because he was tired of waiting on the pope and wanted a son?
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Who in England annulled his own marriage because he was tired of waiting on the pope and wanted a son?
King Henry VIII
46. Who burned more than three hundred Protestants as part of an attempt to restore Catholicism as the main religion in England?
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46. Who burned more than three hundred Protestants as part of an attempt to restore Catholicism as the main religion in England?
Mary, Queen of Scotts or 'Bloody Mary'
What did Protestants and Catholics do to the Anabaptists?
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What did Protestants and Catholics do to the Anabaptists?
The Protestants and Catholics drowned the Anabaptist as a form of persecution/eradication
What were the final decrees of the Council of Trent?
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What were the final decrees of the Council of Trent?
Both faith and good works were needed for salvation. The seven sacraments, the belief in purgatory and indulgences was upheld. The selling of indulgences, however, was forbidden.




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