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16 Cards in this Set

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What are the 4 Calvin Laws?
1. Bible access for everyone
2. No wickedness (dancing/cards)
3. No rude songs
4. 9pm curfew
What are the 3 types of Protestants?
1. Calvinists
2. Anglicans
3. Lutheran
What did Martin Luther nail to the church door?
95 theses
What did Luther burn in public?
The bull
(It excommunicated Luther)
Why did people want to be Protestants?
1. High church taxes (tithes)
2. Scandals with the pope
3. Poor were taxed
4. God saves through faith not money
How did Martin Luther spread Protestantism?
1. Printed the bible in several languages by using the printing press.
2. Made public speeches
How did the Catholics try to stop Protestantitism?
1. Threatened excommunication
2. Massacred them (killed)
What is an Inquisition?
The church court. (The church put non-believers in trial and killed them)
St. Bertholemew Massacre
Queen of France is at a wedding, she orders all the Protestants at the wedding to be killed. Started a religious war.
King Henry the Eighth
Started the Protestants Church in England
Leonardo DaVinci
-Florentine painter and sculptor (1452~1519)
-Also an inventor, engineer, and a scientist
-Designed a helicopter, a tank, a parachute, and a flying machine
-Wrote a textbook on human anatomy
-One of his famous works is the "Mona Lisa"
-The ideal "renaissance man" meaning he was highly skilled in many areas
-Born 1564 in the town of Pisa, Italy (same year as Michelangelo died)
-Studied and became a medical doctor but took interest in astonomy and physics.
-Built a telescope that made things appear a thousand times larger and thirty times nearer than they were.
-By using his telescope, he saw that the moon was solid and not made of "ether" as people thought.
-Discovered that the Earth revolves around the Sun.
-Brought before the Inquisition for going against the Bible's saying
-Sentenced for house arrest
-Great artist of the Renaissance (1475~1564)
-Sculptor and painter
-Famous for his fresco paintings on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel in Rome
-Famous for this sculptor the "David", a 5 metre high statue of David made of marble
-A Humanist
-Born 1469
-Worked as a civil servant and diplomat for the Republic of Florence
-Wrote "The Prince"
-People either thought his ideas were wise insights into human nature and politics, or comdemned them as evil
A city that runs itself as a country (Independant City)
Flying Buttress
An archway that supports a wall