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Unit 2 Test
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by Arielle Norris
| 51 Questions
1
1 pt
Michaelangelo
A. Best known Christian humanist--wrote The Praise of Folly
B. Cesare Borgia was his ideal Prince
C. called the “Father of Humanism”
D. best example of a “renaissance man”. Artist, engineer, inventor
E. famous patron of the arts – inspired many Renaissance artists
F. sculptor more renowned for his painting the Sistine Chapel

2
1 pt
Petrarch
A Best known Christian humanist--wrote The Praise of Folly
B Cesare Borgia was his ideal Prince
C called the “Father of Humanism”
D best example of a “renaissance man”. Artist, engineer, inventor
E famous patron of the arts – inspired many Renaissance artists
F sculptor more renowned for his painting the Sistine Chapel
3
1 pt
Lorenzo de Medici
A Best known Christian humanist--wrote The Praise of Folly
B Cesare Borgia was his ideal Prince
C called the “Father of Humanism”
D best example of a “renaissance man”. Artist, engineer, inventor
E famous patron of the arts – inspired many Renaissance artists
F sculptor more renowned for his painting the Sistine Chapel
4
1 pt
Machiavelli
A Best known Christian humanist--wrote The Praise of Folly
B Cesare Borgia was his ideal Prince
C called the “Father of Humanism”
D best example of a “renaissance man”. Artist, engineer, inventor
E famous patron of the arts – inspired many Renaissance artists
F sculptor more renowned for his painting the Sistine Chapel
5
1 pt
Erasmus
A Best known Christian humanist--wrote The Praise of Folly
B Cesare Borgia was his ideal Prince
C called the “Father of Humanism”
D best example of a “renaissance man”. Artist, engineer, inventor
E famous patron of the arts – inspired many Renaissance artists
F sculptor more renowned for his painting the Sistine Chapel
6
1 pt
Leonardo da Vinci
A Best known Christian humanist--wrote The Praise of Folly
B Cesare Borgia was his ideal Prince
C called the “Father of Humanism”
D best example of a “renaissance man”. Artist, engineer, inventor
E famous patron of the arts – inspired many Renaissance artists
F sculptor more renowned for his painting the Sistine Chapel
7
1 pt
Ignatius of Loyola
A developed moveable type which revolutionized printing
B his desire for having a male heir would lead him to break with the Catholic Church and form his own church
C he believed that a God determined who shall go to heaven long before that person was born
D he brought Protestantism to Switzerland
E founded the Jesuit order to combat Protestant ideas
F described as “a drunken German” by the Pope because of his
attacks on the Catholic Church
8
1 pt
Johann Gutenberg
A developed moveable type which revolutionized printing
B his desire for having a male heir would lead him to break with the Catholic Church and form his own church
C he believed that a God determined who shall go to heaven long before that person was born
D he brought Protestantism to Switzerland
E founded the Jesuit order to combat Protestant ideas
F described as “a drunken German” by the Pope because of his
attacks on the Catholic Church
9
1 pt
Ulrich Zwingli
A developed moveable type which revolutionized printing
B his desire for having a male heir would lead him to break with the Catholic Church and form his own church
C he believed that a God determined who shall go to heaven long before that person was born
D he brought Protestantism to Switzerland
E founded the Jesuit order to combat Protestant ideas
F described as “a drunken German” by the Pope because of his
attacks on the Catholic Church
10
1 pt
Martin Luther
A developed moveable type which revolutionized printing
B his desire for having a male heir would lead him to break with the Catholic Church and form his own church
C he believed that a God determined who shall go to heaven long before that person was born
D he brought Protestantism to Switzerland
E founded the Jesuit order to combat Protestant ideas
F described as “a drunken German” by the Pope because of his
attacks on the Catholic Church
11
1 pt
Henry VIII
A developed moveable type which revolutionized printing
B his desire for having a male heir would lead him to break with the Catholic Church and form his own church
C he believed that a God determined who shall go to heaven long before that person was born
D he brought Protestantism to Switzerland
E founded the Jesuit order to combat Protestant ideas
F described as “a drunken German” by the Pope because of his
attacks on the Catholic Church
12
1 pt
John Calvin
A developed moveable type which revolutionized printing
B his desire for having a male heir would lead him to break with the Catholic Church and form his own church
C he believed that a God determined who shall go to heaven long before that person was born
D he brought Protestantism to Switzerland
E founded the Jesuit order to combat Protestant ideas
F described as “a drunken German” by the Pope because of his
attacks on the Catholic Church
13
1 pt
vernacular
A remission of one’s sins purchased from the church
B idea that God chose who went to heaven before one’s birth
C seeing the world in a different (and more realistic) way
D means non religious
E writing in one’s own national language
F process to declare a marriage invalid
14
1 pt
secular
A remission of one’s sins purchased from the church
B idea that God chose who went to heaven before one’s birth
C seeing the world in a different (and more realistic) way
D means non religious
E writing in one’s own national language
F process to declare a marriage invalid
15
1 pt
indulgences
A remission of one’s sins purchased from the church
B idea that God chose who went to heaven before one’s birth
C seeing the world in a different (and more realistic) way
D means non religious
E writing in one’s own national language
F process to declare a marriage invalid
16
1 pt
annulment
A remission of one’s sins purchased from the church
B idea that God chose who went to heaven before one’s birth
C seeing the world in a different (and more realistic) way
D means non religious
E writing in one’s own national language
F process to declare a marriage invalid
17
1 pt
predestination
A remission of one’s sins purchased from the church
B idea that God chose who went to heaven before one’s birth
C seeing the world in a different (and more realistic) way
D means non religious
E writing in one’s own national language
F process to declare a marriage invalid
18
1 pt
perspective
A remission of one’s sins purchased from the church
B idea that God chose who went to heaven before one’s birth
C seeing the world in a different (and more realistic) way
D means non religious
E writing in one’s own national language
F process to declare a marriage invalid
19
1 pt
Scandinavia
A this city was the seat of the Catholic Church
B Martin Luther broke with the Church in this city
C this region was the least Catholic of all of Europe
D the Renaissance began in this city
E Calvin established a theocracy here
F this city was a famous port and noted for its trading
20
1 pt
Rome
A this city was the seat of the Catholic Church
B Martin Luther broke with the Church in this city
C this region was the least Catholic of all of Europe
D the Renaissance began in this city
E Calvin established a theocracy here
F this city was a famous port and noted for its trading
21
1 pt
Geneva
A this city was the seat of the Catholic Church
B Martin Luther broke with the Church in this city
C this region was the least Catholic of all of Europe
D the Renaissance began in this city
E Calvin established a theocracy here
F this city was a famous port and noted for its trading
22
1 pt
Wittenberg
A this city was the seat of the Catholic Church
B Martin Luther broke with the Church in this city
C this region was the least Catholic of all of Europe
D the Renaissance began in this city
E Calvin established a theocracy here
F this city was a famous port and noted for its trading
23
1 pt
Venice
A this city was the seat of the Catholic Church
B Martin Luther broke with the Church in this city
C this region was the least Catholic of all of Europe
D the Renaissance began in this city
E Calvin established a theocracy here
F this city was a famous port and noted for its trading
24
1 pt
Florence
A this city was the seat of the Catholic Church
B Martin Luther broke with the Church in this city
C this region was the least Catholic of all of Europe
D the Renaissance began in this city
E Calvin established a theocracy here
F this city was a famous port and noted for its trading
25
1 pt
This was the main focus of Renaissance artists
A The spiritual world
B The universe
C The Catholic Church
D Humans and their experiences
26
1 pt
Albrecht Dürer often compared to Leonardo da Vinci because of what?
A He spoke several languages
B He painted many scenes of peasants
C He had wide ranging interests
D He studied art in Spain
27
1 pt
This was the most important impact of the development of printing in Europe?
A Increased literacy
B Increased competition with China
C Helped increase religious toleration
D Increased corruption in the Catholic Church
28
1 pt
Luther main criticism of the Catholic Church was about this?
A Not believing in the Bible
B Preaching forgiveness
C Translating the Bible into German
D Selling indulgences
29
1 pt
This banking family was noted for being major patrons to Renaissance artists?
A Medici
B Borgia
C Fugger
D Sforza
30
1 pt
This is another name for the Catholic Reformation?
A 95 Theses
B Council of Trent
C Counter Reformation
D Catholic Trials of Reform
31
1 pt
This branch of Christianity believes in “salvation through faith and good works”?
A Pietism
B Protestantism
C Roman Catholicism
D Orthodox
32
1 pt
This Renaissance artist is known for the painting of the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel even though he hated painting and thought of himself as a sculptor?
A Raphael
B Leonardo da Vinci
C Donatello
D Michelangelo
33
1 pt
He founded the Society of Jesus to help combat the rise of Protestantism?
A Ulrich Zwingli
B Ignatius of Loyola
C Paul III
D Henry VIII
34
1 pt
Which of the following was a characteristic of the Renaissance?
A Rejection of the classical learning of ancient Greece and Rome
B Emergence of a more secular worldview
C Renewed emphasis on an all-powerful God
D Reawakening of feudalism
35
1 pt
An image painted on fresh, wet plaster is called a?
A ceramic
B flying buttress
C relic
D fresco
36
1 pt
John Calvin emphasized __________, the belief that God determined in advance who would be saved and who would be damned.
A predestination
B salvation
C humanism
D predisposition
37
1 pt
Which of the following contributed to the birth of the Renaissance in Italy?
A A wealthy and powerful merchant class
B The development of oil painting
C The rise of Protestantism
D A new translation of Bible
38
1 pt
“The end justifies the means” would be an idea that is most closely associated with this politically oriented book?
A Utopia
B Canterbury Tales
C The Divine Comedy
D The Prince
39
1 pt
Which of the following was an effect of the printing revolution in the 1500s?
A Increased competition with China
B The spread of new ideas
C Decreased funding for the arts
D The beginning of compulsory education
40
1 pt
How did Henry VIII react when the Pope refused to annul his marriage?
A He took over the Catholic Church and made it his English church
B He started the Reformation
C He imposed fines on the Catholic Church
D He started a war
41
1 pt

This famous Renaissance artist was responsible for the above painting?
A Donatello
B Leondardo da Vinci
C Rafael
D Michelangelo
42
1 pt

This famous Renaissance artist was responsible for the above sculpture?
A Leonardo da Vinci
B Michelangelo
C Rafael
D Donatello
43
1 pt
The above two pictures reflect what the Renaissance was all about because?
A They were religious in nature
B They were two-dimensional
C They were larger than life
D They depicted humans realistically
44
1 pt

According to the map, this religious denomination was the largest after the Reformation took place?
A Anglican
B Calvinist
C Catholic
D Lutheran
45
1 pt
According to the map, the area that would be mostly Lutheran was?

A Scandinavia
B Holland
C Germany
D Italy and Spain
46
1 pt
To Portuguese explorers, the southern coast of West Africa became known as the
A Cape of Good Hope.
B Land of salt.
C Gold Coast.
D Triangular Trade Land
47
1 pt
Originally, enslaved Africans were brought to the Americas to supply labor for the
A sugarcane plantations.
B rubber plantations.
C molasses industry.
D tobacco fields.
48
1 pt
The Moluccas were known to Europeans as the
A Gold Coast.
B Middle Passage.
C Spice Islands.
D West Indies.
49
1 pt
"Having no laws and no religious faith, they live according to nature. They understand nothing of the immortality of the soul. There is no possession of private property among them, for everything is common. They have no boundaries of kingdom or province. They have no king, nor do they obey anyone. Each one is his own master. There is no administration of justice, which is unnecessary to them, because in tehir code no one rules."
--Amerigo Vespucci, 1502

Vespucci's comments about the native people of the Americas are evidence that
A they have no written language.
B they have no religion.
C Vespucci knows little about their society.
D they have no social structure.
50
1 pt
In the movie Roots, the religion of Kunte Kinte, like many Africans from the part of Africa that he came from, was ______ before they were enslaved
A Protestant
B Catholic
C Islam
D Jewish
51
10 pts
Directions: You must answer this question in at least 5 complete sentences. Use as much evidence as you can remember.

Option 1: Explain why the Reformation was more likely to take place the farther away one was from Rome.
Option 2: List three ways that the Renaissance differed from the Middle Ages.
Option 3: Using at least two authors and their works, explain how vernacular literature helped to change Europe.
Option 4: List three ways that the Catholic Church responded to the Reformation.
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