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Renaissance and Reformation
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Renaissance and Reformation
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ONE of these things is
NOT like the others
  • Valois
  • Tudor
  • Madrid
  • Toledo

4
ONE of these things is
NOT like the others
  • The Lancastrian
  • The Sforza
  • The Medici
  • The Borgia

5
ONE of these things is
NOT like the others
  • On the Dignity of Man
  • The Birth of Venus
  • The Prince
  • Utopia

6
ONE of these things is
NOT like the others
  • Hernán Cortéz
  • Vasco da Gama
  • Cosimo de Medici
  • Jean Cartier

7
ONE of these things is
NOT like the others
  • Duchy of Savoy
  • Republic of Florence
  • Granada
  • Sardinia

8
ONE of these things is
NOT like the others
  • Valois
  • Tudor
  • Madrid
  • Toledo
  • Madrid is a city in Spain. The rest are ruling
    families or dynasties in Europe.

9
ONE of these things is
NOT like the others
  • The Lancastrian
  • The Sforza
  • The Medici
  • The Borgia
  • The Lancastrian is a dynasty of Europe. The
    rest are ruling families of the Italian
    city-states.

10
ONE of these things is
NOT like the others
  • On the Dignity of Man
  • The Birth of Venus
  • The Prince
  • Utopia
  • The Birth of Venus is an art piece. The rest
    are books written during the Renaissance.

11
ONE of these things is
NOT like the others
  • Hernán Cortéz
  • Vasco da Gama
  • Cosimo de Medici
  • Jean Cartier
  • Cosimo was a Pope and from the ruling Medici
    family. The rest were global explorers.

12
ONE of these things is
NOT like the others
  • Duchy of Savoy
  • Republic of Florence
  • Granada
  • Sardinia
  • Granada is a city in Spain. The rest are
    city-states in Italy.

13
  • Which man was NOT a distinguished painter of the
    Renaissance?
  • Sandro Botticelli
  • Raphael Sanzio
  • Guillaume Dufay
  • Jan Van Eyck

14
  • 2. Which statement about humanism is FALSE?
  • Humanism studied and supported the liberal arts,
    or the humanities
  • Humanists used painstaking logic and abstract
    language in their discourses.
  • Humanists were a heterogeneous group, although
    they were overwhelming wellborn.
  • Most humanists did not consider their study of
    ancient cultures to be in conflict with the
    Christian faith

15
  • 3. Which of the following was NOT determined by
    wealth and class?
  • family structure
  • the pattern of marriage
  • the pattern of childbearing
  • religious commitment

16
  • 4. What was the Treaty of Lodi (1454)?
  • It settled the Hundreds Year War.
  • It established a complex balance of power among
    the major Italian states, settling
    decades of war.
  • It reconfirmed peace following the Ottoman
    invasion of Constantinople
  • It reestablished French control over Burgundy

17
  • 5. What was the dilemma faced by Italian widows?
  • They had a choice between the autonomy that came
    with living alone and the guarantee of security
    that came with moving back into their fathers
    house with their children
  • Because children belonged to their fathers
    family, widows had to decide whether to remain
    single and keep their children or to remarry and
    lose custody of the children from their first
    marriage.
  • They were left to choose a new husband who would
    be good to their first husbands children
  • They could take over their husbands business and
    have less time with their children or contact
    their work out to a man to have more time for
    mothering

18
  • 6. What percentage of Florences wealth did the
    richest 1 of its households own?
  • more than 15
  • more than 25
  • more than 40
  • more than 75

19
  • 7. Typically, what was the age difference between
    northern European spouses?
  • Husbands and wives were about the same age.
  • Husbands were significantly older than their
    wives.
  • Wives were significantly older than their
    husbands
  • Contemporary records are inadequate to make a
    determination.

20
  • 8. What was the highest praise attributed to a
    Renaissance artist?
  • To be blessed with inspiration from God
  • To be described as an imitator of nature
  • To be praised as an artistic genius
  • To have possession of a brilliant eye and
    talented hand

21
  • 9. What was the source of power of the Medici
    Family?
  • It headed the largest bank in Europe
  • It dominated the top political offices in
    Florence
  • It commanded a formidable personal army
  • The family related by marriage to almost all
    major European royal houses of the day

22
  • 10. Which two dynasties fought for dominance of
    Europe in the Sixteenth Century?
  • The Valois and the Habsburg
  • The York and Lancastrian
  • The Tudor and the Anjou
  • The Burgundian and Castilian

23
  • Which man was NOT a distinguished painter of the
    Renaissance?
  • Sandro Botticelli
  • Raphael Sanzio
  • Guillaume Dufay
  • Jan Van Eyck

24
  • 2. Which statement about humanism is FALSE?
  • Humanism studied and supported the liberal arts,
    or the humanities
  • Humanists used painstaking logic and abstract
    language in their discourses.
  • Humanists were a heterogeneous group, although
    they were overwhelming wellborn.
  • Most humanists did not consider their study of
    ancient cultures to be in conflict with the
    Christian faith

25
  • 3. Which of the following was NOT determined by
    wealth and class?
  • family structure
  • the pattern of marriage
  • the pattern of childbearing
  • religious commitment

26
  • 4. What was the Treaty of Lodi (1454)?
  • It settled the Hundreds Year War.
  • It established a complex balance of power among
    the major Italian states, settling
    decades of war.
  • It reconfirmed peace following the Ottoman
    invasion of Constantinople
  • It reestablished French control over Burgundy

27
  • 5. What was the dilemma faced by Italian widows?
  • They had a choice between the autonomy that came
    with living alone and the guarantee of security
    that came with moving back into their fathers
    house with their children
  • Because children belonged to their fathers
    family, widows had to decide whether to remain
    single and keep their children or to remarry and
    lose custody of the children from their first
    marriage.
  • They were left to choose a new husband who would
    be good to their first husbands children
  • They could take over their husbands business and
    have less time with their children or contact
    their work out to a man to have more time for
    mothering

28
  • 6. What percentage of Florences wealth did the
    richest 1 of its households own?
  • more than 15
  • more than 25
  • more than 40
  • more than 75

29
  • 7. Typically, what was the age difference between
    northern European spouses?
  • Husbands and wives were about the same age.
  • Husbands were significantly older than their
    wives.
  • Wives were significantly older than their
    husbands
  • Contemporary records are inadequate to make a
    determination.

30
  • 8. What was the highest praise attributed to a
    Renaissance artist?
  • To be blessed with inspiration from God
  • To be described as an imitator of nature
  • To be praised as an artistic genius
  • To have possession of a brilliant eye and
    talented hand

31
  • 9. What was the source of power of the Medici
    Family?
  • It headed the largest bank in Europe
  • It dominated the top political offices in
    Florence
  • It commanded a formidable personal army
  • The family related by marriage to almost all
    major European royal houses of the day

32
  • 10. Which two dynasties fought for dominance of
    Europe in the Sixteenth Century?
  • The Valois and the Habsburg
  • The York and Lancastrian
  • The Tudor and the Anjou
  • The Burgundian and Castilian

33
Renaissance and Reformation Main
Themes
  • Humanism
  • Rediscovery of Greek and Roman writing and
    philosophy. Christian Humanists tried to equate
    God with these terms
  • Revolution in Art
  • New techniques in art, architecture, sculpture,
    and music. Individual talents were praised and
    recognized, and often, patronized. Artists
    emerged from artisans to rare men of genius
    and enjoyed a great degree of independence and
    autonomy.
  • Social Hierarchies
  • Little People made up 60, Fat People at 30.
    Women were relegated to domestic service, high
    birthrates, and early marriages. Men outnumbered
    women, particularly in the South. Middle- and
    upper-class families could hire wet nurses, but
    most couldnt afford this service. High number of
    foundlings and orphans. Unwed mothers were
    heavily looked down upon. Governments regulated
    brothels.

34
Renaissance and Reformation Main
Themes
  • 4. Politics
  • Remember Machiavellis The Prince. Alliances
    formed, and broken. Treaty of Lodi very
    important! Florence, Venice, Milan, and Naples
    make up the biggest players (Milan being the
    leader in diplomacy)
  • 5. Monarchies and Dynasties
  • Warring dynasties in England (Lancaster and
    York). Isabella and Ferdinand marry in Spain and
    end centuries of war. The Burundians fight with
    the Valois in France.

35
Renaissance and Reformation
36
ONE of these things is
NOT like the others
  • Thomas More
  • John Calvin
  • Hulrych Zwingli
  • Martin Luther

37
ONE of these things is
NOT like the others
  • predestination
  • baptism
  • Eucharist
  • Ecclesiast

38
ONE of these things is
NOT like the others
  • Germany
  • France
  • Spain
  • Italy

39
ONE of these things is
NOT like the others
  • Germany
  • Denmark
  • Holland
  • England

40
ONE of these things is
NOT like the others
  • Henry IV
  • Charles V
  • Queen Elizabeth I
  • Henry VIII

41
ONE of these things is
NOT like the others
  • Thomas More
  • John Calvin
  • Hulrych Zwingli
  • Martin Luther
  • Thomas More was a Humanist writer. The others
    were present as religious leaders at the
    Colloquy of Marburg.

42
ONE of these things is
NOT like the others
  • predestination
  • baptism
  • Eucharist
  • Ecclesiast
  • An Ecclesiast is someone who shares the word
    of God. The rest are religious terms debated
    at the Colloquy of Marburg.

43
ONE of these things is
NOT like the others
  • Germany
  • France
  • Spain
  • Italy
  • Germany is/was a Protestant nation. The others
    were/are Catholic.

44
ONE of these things is
NOT like the others
  • Germany
  • Denmark
  • Holland
  • England
  • England was an Anglican nation. The others
    were/are Protestant.

45
ONE of these things is
NOT like the others
  • Henry IV
  • Charles V
  • Queen Elizabeth I
  • Henry VIII
  • Queen Elizabeth was after the main wars of
    religion. The others were leaders during the
    wars.

46
  • 1. What was Luthers primary complaint in the 95
    Theses he composed in 1517?
  • Treatment of the poor
  • The overemphasis on power and wealth in European
    society
  • Unfair taxation by the Holy Roman Emperor
  • The sale of indulgences and church office

47
  • 2. The Colloquy of Marburg in 1529 was an attempt
    to address doctrinal differences between which
    two religious movements?
  • Luthers and Calvins
  • Luthers and the Anabaptists
  • Calvins and Zwinglis
  • Luthers and Zwinglis

48
  • 3. Who established a Christian republic in Geneva
    in 1514?
  • Thomas More
  • John Calvin
  • Huldrych Zwingli
  • Martin Luther

49
  • 4. What motivated Henry VIII of England to break
    with Rome in 1534?
  • He was convinced by the teachings of Calvin
  • He was at war with Catholic Spain
  • The papacy was trying to collect taxes in England
  • The papacy would not allow him to divorce

50
  • 5. Which new Catholic order founded in 1540
    played a leading role in the Catholic
    Reformation?
  • The Franciscans
  • The Dominicans
  • The Cistercians
  • The Jesuits

51
  • 6. Which of the following was NOT an outcome of
    the Council of Trent?
  • The Catholic Church reasserted the supremacy of
    the clergy over the laity
  • The doctrine of the Catholic Church was clarified
  • The Catholic Church reconciled itself with the
    Protestant church
  • The clergy became more disciplined and better
    trained

52
  • 7. People of the Sixteenth Century sought
    spiritual comfort in all the following ways
    EXCEPT by _____.
  • going on pilgrimages.
  • building new shrines.
  • using prayer books in the vernacular and Latin
  • joining crusades to the Holy Land

53
  • 8. Who most influences the thought of Huldrych
    Zwingli?
  • John Calvin
  • Martin Luther
  • Desiderius Erasmus
  • Thomas More

54
  • 9. Which of the following statements regarding
    the Anabaptists is FALSE?
  • They were pacifists, and rejected the authority
    of courts and magistrates
  • They considered themselves to be a community of
    true Christians modeled on the first Christian
    community.
  • Theirs was primarily an upper-class movement.
  • Though persecuted and condemned, the movement
    spread to many cities in southern Germany.

55
  • 10. The Peace of Augsburg _____.
  • allowed all princes of the Holy Roman Empire,
    whether Catholic or Lutheran, to determine the
    religion of their lands and subjects, but it
    excluded Calvinist and other dissenting groups.
  • did not satisfy the claims of the French king,
    causing him to again take up arms as soon as he
    was able.
  • allowed emperor Charles V to consolidate control
    over his Netherlandish-Burgundian territories,
    his Spanish dominions, and his Austrian lands.
  • bankrupted the Spanish crown.

56
  • 1. What was Luthers primary complaint in the 95
    Theses he composed in 1517?
  • Treatment of the poor
  • The overemphasis on power and wealth in European
    society
  • Unfair taxation by the Holy Roman Emperor
  • The sale of indulgences and church office

57
  • 2. The Colloquy of Marburg in 1529 was an attempt
    to address doctrinal differences between which
    two religious movements?
  • Luthers and Calvins
  • Luthers and the Anabaptists
  • Calvins and Zwinglis
  • Luthers and Zwinglis

58
  • 3. Who established a Christian republic in Geneva
    in 1514?
  • Thomas More
  • John Calvin
  • Huldrych Zwingli
  • Martin Luther

59
  • 4. What motivated Henry VIII of England to break
    with Rome in 1534?
  • He was convinced by the teachings of Calvin
  • He was at war with Catholic Spain
  • The papacy was trying to collect taxes in England
  • The papacy would not allow him to divorce

60
  • 5. Which new Catholic order founded in 1540
    played a leading role in the Catholic
    Counter-Reformation?
  • The Franciscans
  • The Dominicans
  • The Cistercians
  • The Jesuits

61
  • 6. Which of the following was NOT an outcome of
    the Council of Trent?
  • The Catholic Church reasserted the supremacy of
    the clergy over the laity
  • The doctrine of the Catholic Church was clarified
  • The Catholic Church reconciled itself with the
    Protestant church
  • The clergy became more disciplined and better
    trained

62
  • 7. People of the Sixteenth Century sought
    spiritual comfort in all the following ways
    EXCEPT by _____.
  • going on pilgrimages.
  • building new shrines.
  • using prayer books in the vernacular and Latin
  • joining crusades to the Holy Land

63
  • 8. Who most influences the thought of Huldrych
    Zwingli?
  • John Calvin
  • Martin Luther
  • Desiderius Erasmus
  • Thomas More

64
  • 9. Which of the following statements regarding
    the Anabaptists is FALSE?
  • They were pacifists, and rejected the authority
    of courts and magistrates
  • They considered themselves to be a community of
    true Christians modeled on the first Christian
    community.
  • Theirs was primarily an upper-class movement.
  • Though persecuted and condemned, the movement
    spread to many cities in southern Germany.

65
  • 10. The Peace of Augsburg _____.
  • allowed all princes of the Holy Roman Empire,
    whether Catholic or Lutheran, to determine the
    religion of their lands and subjects, but it
    excluded Calvinist and other dissenting groups.
  • did not satisfy the claims of the French king,
    causing him to again take up arms as soon as he
    was able.
  • allowed emperor Charles V to consolidate control
    over his Netherlandish-Burgundian territories,
    his Spanish dominions, and his Austrian lands.
  • bankrupted the Spanish crown.

66
Renaissance and Reformation Main
Themes
  • Crisis of Faith
  • Catholicism is a huge part of life, but its more
    of a rule than a faith. Clergy had privileges
    and immunities from taxation and war service.
    Indulgences were required. Priests were immoral
    and corrupt. Pluralism gives churches unlimited
    power!
  • Christian Humanism
  • Erasmus and Thomas More believe that education
    can transform society (Philosophy of Christ).
    Used humor and satire to open peoples eyes to
    the Churchs wrongs.
  • Martin Luther
  • 95 Theses respond to Church abuse. Believed that
    by faith alone someone is saved not by a
    priest or by indulgences. Tried at the Diet of
    Worms, excommunicated by Charles V. But if you
    give a mouse a cookiepeasants revolt and demand
    a reform of religion and society!

67
Renaissance and Reformation Main
Themes
  • 4. Protestantism
  • Divided between camps. Zwingli, influenced by
    Erasmus, makes the Swiss the leaders of reform
    and challenges Luther on the concept of the
    Eucharist and the fact that Bible reading is for
    everyone! John Calvin and his predestination
    makes for problems too. Anabaptists agree that
    the whole system is flawed and needs rebuilding!
    Anglicanism, a product of Henry VIIIs desire for
    divorce.
  • 5. Wars of Religion
  • Peace of Augsburg fails Huguenots killed in the
    St. Bartholomews Day Massacre. Henry IV believes
    Paris is worth a mass and converts to
    Catholicism issues Edict of Nantes. Charles V
    cannot keep the Holy Roman Empire together wars
    break out. France declares war on Spain, Sweden
    comes to Germanys aid and the Dutch follow.
    Peace of Westphalia puts and end to religious
    wars, once and for all!
  • 6. Catholic Response
  • Catholicism is losing out. Council of Trent (Pope
    Paul III) and the Holy Office aim at
    restructuring the Church and focusing more on
    Bible teaching. Priesthood given to the
    pious, not the privileged. Kinda worksbut
    doesnt resolved differences or reconcile with
    Protestants
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