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What are the 4 calvin laws?
1. Bible access for everyone
2. No wickedness
3. No rude songs
4. 9pm curfew
3 types of Protestants
Calvinism, Anglican, Luthernism
What did Martin Luther mail to the church door?
95 Theses
What did Luther burn in public?
The bull that excommunicated him
Why did people want to be Protestants?
1. High church taxes (tithes)
2. Scandals with the pope
3. Poor were taxed
4. God serves through faith, not money
How did Martin Luther spread Protestantism?
Using the printing press he made the bible in several different languages.
He also made public speeches.
How did the Catholics try to stop Protestantism?
1. Threatened excommunication
2. massacred them (killed)
Inquisition
The church put non-believers on trial and killed them.
St. Bartholomew's Massacre
Queen of France is at a wedding, she ordered all the Protestants to be killed at the wedding which started a religious war.
King Henry the Eighth
Started the Protestnt Church in England.
Leonardo da Vinci
-painter, inventor, engineer, scientist of genius
-1st to design a helicopter, tank, parachure, flying machine
-left behind notebook with anatomical drawings of humans, sketches of inventions
-planned to write a textbook on human anatomy but never finished
Galileo
-made telescope which made things appear 1000x larger and 50x nearer than they were
-saw that Copernicus'theory was correct - the Earth revolves around the Sun
-was summoned before the Inquistion and sentenced to house arrest
Michelangelo
-famous for the fresco paintings on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel
-sponsored by the Medicis
Machiavelli
-disagreed with the popular Humanist view that people were capable of improving themselves
-wrote the Prince = the "Prince" was the ruthless, wise ruler that he created
Shakespeare
-lived in Elizabethean Era in Stratford Upon Avon
-wrote 37 plays, also poems and sonnets
-Married Anne Hathaway
-greatest writer - english literature
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What are the 4 calvin laws?
1. Bible access for everyone
2. No wickedness
3. No rude songs
4. 9pm curfew
3 types of Protestants
Calvinism, Anglican, Luthernism
What did Martin Luther mail to the church door?
95 Theses
What did Luther burn in public?
The bull that excommunicated him
Why did people want to be Protestants?
1. High church taxes (tithes)
2. Scandals with the pope
3. Poor were taxed
4. God serves through faith, not money
How did Martin Luther spread Protestantism?
Using the printing press he made the bible in several different languages.
He also made public speeches.
How did the Catholics try to stop Protestantism?
1. Threatened excommunication
2. massacred them (killed)
Inquisition
The church put non-believers on trial and killed them.
St. Bartholomew's Massacre
Queen of France is at a wedding, she ordered all the Protestants to be killed at the wedding which started a religious war.
King Henry the Eighth
Started the Protestnt Church in England.
Leonardo da Vinci
-painter, inventor, engineer, scientist of genius
-1st to design a helicopter, tank, parachure, flying machine
-left behind notebook with anatomical drawings of humans, sketches of inventions
-planned to write a textbook on human anatomy but never finished
Galileo
-made telescope which made things appear 1000x larger and 50x nearer than they were
-saw that Copernicus'theory was correct - the Earth revolves around the Sun
-was summoned before the Inquistion and sentenced to house arrest
Michelangelo
-famous for the fresco paintings on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel
-sponsored by the Medicis
Machiavelli
-disagreed with the popular Humanist view that people were capable of improving themselves
-wrote the Prince = the "Prince" was the ruthless, wise ruler that he created
Shakespeare
-lived in Elizabethean Era in Stratford Upon Avon
-wrote 37 plays, also poems and sonnets
-Married Anne Hathaway
-greatest writer - english literature
-
Indulgences
-a cancellation of punishment for sins
Erasmus
-famous Humanist
-wrote books which criticised the Church - priests, bishops, cardinals, pope
Black Death
-bubonic plague = highly contagious; swollen lymph glands - typical sympton
-no cure - 1/3 of Europeans died
City-state
-consists of a city and the rural area immediatly surrounding it
-independant country
Nepotism
hiring your friends, family, or people who give you money for a job
Purgatory
-the place between heaven and hell where a soul waits
Hinterland
the surrounding area of a city-state
-provides food and other necessities
flying buttress
-an archway which supports a wall