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The word "renaissance" means ___.
rebirth
(of classical civilization...
ancient Greece and Rome)
The Renaissance spread from the city-states
of ___ to Northern Europe and beyond.
Northern Italy
Erasmus was a Dutch theologian who
advanced the intellectual ideas known
as ___.
humanism
The most famous Renaissance author of sonnets,
plays, and essays was the Englishman named ___.
Shakespeare
The two most famous contributors to Renaissance
visual arts were Leonardo daVinci and ___.
Michelangelo
The Church view of ___ was challenged by
merchant wealth in Europe during the Reformation
period. (it means charging interest on loans)
usury
German and English nobles challenges the
authority of the Catholic Church because they
viewed it as being dominated by ___.
Italians
(The popes lived in Rome)
The selling of ___ was seen as one of the
most clear examples of Church corruption
going into the Reformation period.
indulgences
Martin Luther viewed the Bible as the ultimate
authority and taught that salvation is gained
by ___ alone.
faith
The act which led directly to the birth of the
Protestant Church was when Luther nailed ___
to his church door in Wittenburg.
his 95 Theses
___ established a Protestant tradition based
on "predestination" and faith being "revealed"
by righteous living.
John Calvin
___ dismissed the authority of the Pope in
Rome be separating the English Church for
Catholicism and establishing the Anglican tradition.
King Henry VIII (8th)
The English Reformation began because
the king wanted a ___ so he could gain
a male heir.
divorce
Name the monarch: ____________
- Anglican Church
- tolerance for dissenters
- victory over the Spanish Armada
- last Tudor
Elizabeth I