When a Protestant group broke away from the Catholic

January 19, 2018 | Author: Anonymous | Category: History, World History, Middle Ages
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Chapter 13 The Renaissance and Reformation Review Game

When a Protestant group broke away from the Catholic Church, it became know as a religious ___

SECT

The Northern Renaissance began in the thriving trading region called _____

FLANDERS

The Government run by church leaders in Geneva in 1541 was a _______

Theocracy

Renaissance artists reflected the new ideas of _________ by painting well-known people of the day.

Humanism

Those who believe in _______ think that God has already decided who will be saved.

Predestination

With the support of the Medici family, the city-state of _________ produced many Renaissance artists & scholars.

Florence

In his book “The Prince”, _______ wrote a guide to rulers on how to gain and keep power.

Niccolo

Machiavelli

Before airplanes were invented, __________ made sketches of flying machines.

Leonardo

da Vinci

The Scientist ___________ showed that gravity keeps planets in their orbits around the sun.

Isaac

Newton

The sun is the center of the universe according to the theory of what scientist?

Nicolaus

Copernicus

A printing revolution began when _________ invented a printing press using movable type.

Johann

Gutenberg

The Swiss city-state of Geneva became a model of Protestant morality under what religious leader?

John

Calvin

The English renaissance scholar ______ stressed experimentation and observation.

Francis

Bacon

Who was the former English Chancellor who was executed because he would not accept Henry VIII as head of the Church of England?

Sir

Thomas More

What Renaissance scholar believed that the best way to learn the truth was to use reason?

Rene

Descartes

What Northern Renaissance artist was best known for his engravings portraying religious upheaval?

Albrecht

Durer

In the 1600’s, Robert Boyle’s work transformed the field of ______.

Chemistry

As a result of the “Peace of _______” in 1555, each German prince could decide the religion for his lands.

Augsburg

The Pope set up the Council of ______ to direct the reform of the Catholic Church.

Trent

What religious sect of the Reformation believed that infants should not be baptized because infants are too young to accept the Christian faith?

The

Anabaptists

Renaissance scholars who differed from medieval scholars because they tended to focus more on worldly subjects where known as ________.

Humanists

 The

age of great change marked by renewed interest in classical learning and the arts is called the __________

Renaissance

 The

calculations of astronomer Johannes _________showed that the planets move around the sun in oval orbits.

Kepler

 During

the ___________ ____________ the Catholic church made changes by providing penalties for corruption among the clergy.

Catholic

Reformation

or Counter-Reformation

 Many

scholars agree that between 1450 and 1750 people’s beliefs in both Christianity and magic led to ______________

Witch

Hunts

 What

humanist of Northern Europe wrote about his vision of an ideal society, in which people live in peace and harmony?

Sir

Thomas More

 The

main goal of the ___________ was to defend, restore, and spread the Catholic faith.

Jesuits

(or Society of Jesus)

 The

Last Supper and the Mona Lisa were the work of the great artist _________________

Leonardo

da Vinci.

 Who

assembled a library of Greek and Roman manuscripts preserving the works of Cicero, Homer, and Virgil?

Francesco

Petrarch

 In

the scientific method, a ____________ is a possible explanation to be tested.

hypothesis

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