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Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

QUIZBOWL RULES

1) Numbered questions are worth 1 pt. each. TOSSUP questions are worth 1/2 pt. each.

2) You must raise your hand & be recognized by the game master (teacher) before answering a question.

3) If members from two or more teams raise their hands to answer a question, the team with the lowest score

at that time (I.e., not counting bonus points) gets first chance to answer

4) If no one can answer the question, the game master gets the point(s).

5) No conferring on questions between team members or harassing or making fun of another player. Such

behavior could cost the offending team 1 pt...at the game master’s discretion.

6) Students giving obviously silly answers (in the game master’s opinion) will cost their team one point.

7) Each team gets only one chance to answer a particular question.

8) Each time everyone on a team has scored at least 1/2 point for answering a question correctly that team

gets 1/2 a bonus point for each team member which is added at the end of the game. The team must notify

the game master each time they qualify for such a bonus.

9) A player who has already answered a question toward his or her team’s next bonus point, that player can

defer to a team mate who has not answered a question since the last bonus point.

10) Each member of the winning team can collect a fly & 2.5 points. And the 2nd place team earns 2 pts.

11) No clog, tap, or square dancing during the competition.


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Part I of Renaissance Unit

Record setting 741 pound alligator caught in Florida (2013)


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

FC.74 THE INVENTION OF THE PRINTING PRESS (c.1450) & ITS IMPACT

Rise of towns & trade in W. Eur Indirect contact with China (FC.64)

Black Death hits Western Eur. (FC.71)

Chinese rag paper reaches Eur. via Muslim Spain.(FC.46)

Chinese wood block printing comes to Eur. Via Muslims (FC.56)

Higher standard of living for survivors who inherit family lands

High death rate among monks crowded together in monasteries

Decline of Church largely from rise of money econ. (FC.72)

Secular ideas of Italian Renaissance (FC.76)

Fewer book copiers Higher cost of copying books

Buy lots of clothes  Rags when they wear out

Squeeze press for making paper is adapted to pressing type uniformly onto paper

Interchangeable metal typeisdurable & prints every letter evenly on the page

Develop oil-based paints for art (FC.77A)

Incentive to find cheaper way to copy books

Plentiful supply of relatively cheap paper

Developed into oil-based inks Adhere to metal type

Johannes Gutenburg, a German goldsmith, puts all these elements together to invent the printing press

Printing press spreads information:

QUICKLY

ACCURATELY

Wider reading public & increased literacy

Church can’t stop spread of controversial new ideas

Accelerates spread of accurate data & research

Scientific Revolution during the Enlightenment (FC.97)

Protestant Reformation ends Cath. Ch’s dominance (FC.84)


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FC.75 THE ECONOMIC RECOVERY OF EUROPE (c.1450-1600)

Black Death especially hurts nobles (FC.71)

Radically alters W. Eur’s polit. & social structure:

Middle class replenishes noble ranks by buying titles & offices from king

Revival of kings’ power to safeguard peace & order

Surviving peasants inherit victims’ property & buy freedom from serfdom

Agric., popul., towns & trade revive by 1450

Look for new markets & goods outside Europe

New mkts w/more people w/modest amounts of $

Age of Explor.  New mkts & sources of $ (FC.81)

Merchants undercut guilds w/cottage indust’s (FC.65)

New business techniques to handle larger trade volume:

Ger. mining boom More $ in circulation

Adoption of Arabic numerals & accounting

Deposit banks & credit  Safer to invest

Joint stock companiesPeoplew/ moderate $ can also invest

Insurance companies  Safer to invest

More money invested & circulating rather than being hoarded

More jobs

More trade

Stimulates increased prod.

Capitalism: Economic system using large sums of money in large scale trade, manufacture,or agriculture & characterized by:

Private ownership of means of prod. Unlike guilds’ strict control

Law of supply & demand, not guild regulations, determines prices

Profit motive (vs. Church view of profit as sin) Incentive & innovations

Large scale of manuf.  Growing gap b/w workers & owners

Money to finance Ital. Renaissance (FC.76)

Money to finance nat’l monarchies (FC.79)


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

FC.75A THE BIRTH OF BANKING

Church collects taxes all over W. Europe

N. Italian merchants trade all over W. Eur.

Storms

Pirates

Need to send those taxes to Pope in Italy

Need to send $ from Italy to do business

Risky to carry cash long distances

Merchants send agents to other countries who borrow local Church taxes & use them for their business

Send letters of credit back to N. Italy worth the amount of Church taxes they had borrowed

Home office repays the pope in Italy the Church taxes it had borrowed abroad without either party having to transfer cash across Europe

Other people deposit money with wool merchants’ branch offices in one place & take letters of credit to withdraw money in other branch offices so they do not have to carry cash across Europe

Merchants charge service fees for transferring funds from one branch office to the next

Merchants start to use the money deposited with them for loans & investments

Birth of banking

Rise of capitalism (FC.75)


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

FC.76 THE ITALIAN RENAISSANCE AND ITS IMPACT (c.1400-1600)

Italy located on top of Roman civilization

Contact with Muslim & Byzantine civ’s (FC.62)

Money for patronizing the arts (FC.75)

Relative freedom of expression in Ital. cities

Printing press spreads ideas quickly & accurately (FC.74)

Italians such as Petrarch & Dante revive Roman & Grk studies in 1300s

Thriving urban culture in Northern Italy to support the Renaissance

Florentine banking family, Medici, especially patronizes the arts Florence the early center of Italian Renaissance

Renaissance largely defined by four new ideas  Transition from medieval to modern civilization

SECULARISM:

Belief this world and life are worth studying & living for now, not just as preparation for afterlife

HUMANISM:

Belief that humans are not helpless pawns in the divine plan, but capable of their own great accomplishments

INDIVIDUALISM:

Belief that the individual alone, not just groups of people (e.g., guilds), can accomplish great things on their own

SKEPTICISM:

Belief in the need to challenge accepted authorities” views

Literature

(e.g., history & polit. science) promoting more secular view of the world

Architectureusing classical forms, e.g, dome Sta Maria del Fiore in Florence & St. Peter’s in Rome

Age of Exploration

Drawing on ancient Grk. geogr. texts individuals challenge old theories & try to create an accurate world map (FC.81)

Protestant Reformation

which broke Chr. unity in W. Europe  New patterns of social, political, economic & scientific thought (FC.84)

Rev. in Painting

 Much more accurate eye for detail (FC.77A)

Scientific Revolution

during the Enlightenment building on Renaissance research & paving the way for the Industrial Revolution (FC.97)


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FC.77 AN OVERVIEW OF WESTERN PAINTING (c.1400-1950)

ART IN 1800s

ART IN 1800S

Renaissance Art (c.1400-1600): more secular & realistic (shading, perspective, close attention to detail) (FC77A)

Ital. Ren(FC76)

Ital. Ren(FC76)

Prot. Ref. (FC84)

Prot. Ref. (FC84)

Baroque art (1600s) using dramatic motion & common life themes (e.g., Vermeer, Caravaggio, Rembrandt)

Relig. Wars (1560-1650)Discredit relig. (FC87)

Relig. Wars (1560-1650) Desire for stability (FC87)

Enlightenment (c.1650-1789) stresses reason & secular themes (FC99)

Absolutism (c.1650-1789)  Dominance of noble values (FC95)

Rococco art (1700s) w/lighter themes to suit nobles’ tastes (e.g., Fragonard, Watteau)

Disgust w/ Enl’s cold rationality

Disgust w/selfish noble values

“Rubber band theory” (FC1)

Fr. Rev. radically changes cultural values (FC105)

Two new schools of art in 1800s:

Romanticism stressing color, emotion & contemp. themes (e.g.,Delacroix)

Neo-classicism stressing line, form & classical themes (e.g., David)

Ind. Rev. (FC117)

Ind. Rev. (FC117)

Camera Less need for exact ptgs.

Paint tin tube  Can Paint on location

Realism (mid 1800s) combining realistic tech’s of Neo-Classicism with contemporary themes of Romanticism (e.g., Courbet)

Impressionism (c.1860-86) Focus on light, not form, to capture moment (Monet, Renoir)

Post-impressionists (late 1800s) further explore new themes & tech’s (e.g., Van Gogh & Gaugin) 

Expressionists explore psych. Themes (e.g., Munch)

Scientif. or geom. approach (e.g., Cezanne & Seurat)

Art in 1900s reflects disillusionment & rejects old standards:

WWI (FC127)

WWI (FC127)

Cubism Using geom. & mult. perspectives (Picasso)

Increasingly radical & abstract art (Dadaists, Miro, Leger)

Surrealists explore the subconscious (Dali, Magritte)

Depression (FC132)

Depression (FC132)

WWII (FC136)

WWII (FC136)


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FC.77A THE REVOLUTION IN RENAISSANCE PAINTING (c.1400-1500)

More vibrant & realistic paintings

Broader range of topics

Medieval art using:

FRESCOES painted on wet plaster

TEMPERA (egg -based paints)

Several problems:

Need rich patrons w/big walls Ltdmkt of kings, church, & nobles

Dry quickly  Can’t afford mistakes

Light colors & can’t be mixed Ltd range of colors & shading

Must carefully plan ptgs Less spontaneous

Adopt use of canvas Cheaper, smaller, & portable

Adopt use of oil paints Dry slowly & can be mixed

Several advantages:

Several advantages:

Broader palette of colors Better shading

Painters can be more spontaneous

Use in studio’s privacy Can attract models

Expands mkt beyond rich patrons w/walls

Brunelleschi discovers linear perspective

(FC.76)

Renaissance stresses secular details & proportion(FC.76)

Revolution in painting during the Italian Renaissance

Affects the Scientific Revolution with its emphasis on details (FC.97)


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Part II of Renaissance Unit


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FC.78 THE NORTHERN RENAISSANCE AND ITS IMPACT (c.1500-1600)

Money from colonies after 1550 (FC.81)

Rise of national monarchies by 1500 (FC.79)

Towns and trade revive in NW Europe after 1450 (FC.75)

Printing press spreads Ren. ideas (FC.74)

French invade Italy in 1494 (FC.79)

Trade & contact with ideas of the Italian Renaissance

Church loses some, but not all influence

More money for patronizing the arts

Northern Renaissance (c.1500-1600) which differs from Italian Ren. in two ways:

More religious fervor than in Italy Scholars study Bible in original Greek & Hebrew

Each nation’s Ren. is unique (e.g., literature written in vernacular, not Latin)

Ren. Learning, rising power of kings vs. popes, religious fervor, & anger at Church abuses Protestant Reformation (FC.84)

Opens way for new ideas about money Rise of capitalism (FC.75)

Opens way for more secular ideas of the state, including democracy (FC.85.1)

Scientific Revolution

Breaks Church monopoly on learning Scientific Revolution (FC.97)


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FC.78A THE EVOLUTION OF MODERN THEATER

Greek tragic drama and comedy (FC.23)

Plautus & Terence carry on Greek New comedy of Menander while Seneca continues Greek tragic forms during PaxRomana (FC.33)

Rise of the Chr. Church(FC.37)

Rise of the Chr. Church(FC.37)

Roman theater becomes increasingly sensational

Classical drama outlawed & forgotten

Fall of Roman Emp.(FC.36)

Fall of Roman Emp.(FC.36)

Latin increasingly unintelligible to most people Liturgical drama: acting out scenes during mass so people can understand their religion

Rise of towns More secular outlook (FC.64)

Traveling shows w/jugglers, etc. & some skits

Religious miracle plays to teach common people about their religion

Morality plays w/dialogue & sometimes with secular themes

Plays known as interludes with increasingly secular and even comedic themes

Italian Ren. Rediscovery of Seneca & other ancient dramas (FC.76)

Italian Ren. Rediscovery of Seneca & other ancient dramas (FC.76)

Tudor drama of Henry VIII’s time with lower class characters and ludicrous, and at times comedic plots

Elizabethan drama which esp. flourishes after 1580 & is characterized by several features:

Permanent playhouses w/stages & curtains replace inn courtyards

Plots largely influenced &/or based on plays by Seneca & Menander

Written in blank verse instead of rhymed verse

Public performances open to all classes


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FC. 79 THE RISE OF THE NATION STATE (c.1450-1500)

Black Death political, economic, & social turmoil (c.1350-1450) (FC.71)

France torn by feudal separatism, civil strife, & 100 Years War (FC.73)

Feudal strife & Popes’ struggle vs. emperors fragment Ger. (FC.70)

Seriously weakens nobles & Church

England torn by civil war (1455-85) after its defeat in 100 Yrs War

1469- Ferdinand of Aragon marries Isabella of Castile to unite their kgd’s

Fr. Kings recover Burgundy & Picardy (1477), Anjou (1481), & Brittany (1491)

Austrian Hapsburgs control imperial elections & Burgundy through marriage

Towns & Mid. Class ally with kings

Tudors triumph & restore order through new govt. institutions

Spain unified when Moors are driven from Granada in 1492

Rise of nation-states in W. Eur. by 1500

Strengths of the nation states:

Weaknesses of the nation states:

Quasi-national churches More royal control

Rising revenues from growing money economy

Continued power and prestige of nobility

Patrimonial (I.e.,hereditary) offices continue

Mercenary armies & artillery  Only kings can afford

MC bur’s paid w/$ Literate, loyal, & easier to control

Tendency by kings to overspend Chronically in debt

Medieval mentality linking religion & politics Wars

Kings heavily in debt

Borrow $ & sell offices & titles

Perm. resident ambassadors to spy on other states

Many marriage alliances  Interlocking & rival claims

Powerful states can expand beyond “national” boundaries Charles VIII of France invades Italy to claim inheritance (1494)

Marriage alliance of Austria & Spain Hapsburg Emp. of Charles V controlling American colonies & half of W. Europe

Series of European-wide wars to maintain balance of power & showing Europe operating as integrated political system where 1 state’s actions affect everyone


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Part I of Ren. Quiz Bowl

Record setting 741 pound alligator caught in Florida (2013)


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REVIEWBOWL


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REVIEWBOWL

Four new business techniques that emerged at this time?


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REVIEWBOWL

Four new business techniques that emerged at this time? Banking, credit, joint stock companies, & insurance.


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REVIEWBOWL

Four new business techniques that emerged at this time? Banking, credit, joint stock companies, & insurance.

Importance of credit?


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REVIEWBOWL

Four new business techniques that emerged at this time? Banking, credit, joint stock companies, & insurance.

Importance of credit? It allowed people to use more money than they had in cash-> More rapidly expanding economy.


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

REVIEWBOWL

Four new business techniques that emerged at this time? Banking, credit, joint stock companies, & insurance.

Importance of credit? It allowed people to use more money than they had in cash-> More rapidly expanding economy.

How did banking evolve?


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

REVIEWBOWL

Four new business techniques that emerged at this time? Banking, credit, joint stock companies, & insurance.

Importance of credit? It allowed people to use more money than they had in cash-> More rapidly expanding economy.

How did banking evolve? Merchants from Italy would borrow money from the Church in different parts of Europe and repay the loans in Rome using letters of credit & never actually carrying any cash. Then other people, not wanting to carry cash, would deposit their money in one branch office of the merchant, get a letter of credit & take it to another branch office where they would get their cash back.


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

FC.75A THE BIRTH OF BANKING

Church collects taxes all over W. Europe

N. Italian merchants trade all over W. Eur.

Storms

Pirates

Need to send those taxes to Pope in Italy

Need to send $ from Italy to do business

Risky to carry cash long distances

Merchants send agents to other countries who borrow local Church taxes & use them for their business

Send letters of credit back to N. Italy worth the amount of Church taxes they had borrowed

Home office repays the pope in Italy the Church taxes it had borrowed abroad without either party having to transfer cash across Europe

Other people deposit money with wool merchants’ branch offices in one place & take letters of credit to withdraw money in other branch offices so they do not have to carry cash across Europe

Merchants charge service fees for transferring funds from one branch office to the next

Merchants start to use the money deposited with them for loans & investments

Birth of banking

Rise of capitalism (FC.75)


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

REVIEWBOWL

Four new business techniques that emerged at this time? Banking, credit, joint stock companies, & insurance.

Importance of credit? It allowed people to use more money than they had in cash-> More rapidly expanding economy.

How did banking evolve? Merchants from Italy would borrow money from the Church in different parts of Europe and repay the loans in Rome using letters of credit & never actually carrying any cash. Then other people, not wanting to carry cash, would deposit their money in one branch office of the merchant, get a letter of credit & take it to another branch office where they would get their cash back.

Importance of joint stock companies?


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

REVIEWBOWL

Four new business techniques that emerged at this time? Banking, credit, joint stock companies, & insurance.

Importance of credit? It allowed people to use more money than they had in cash-> More rapidly expanding economy.

How did banking evolve? Merchants from Italy would borrow money from the Church in different parts of Europe and repay the loans in Rome using letters of credit & never actually carrying any cash. Then other people, not wanting to carry cash, would deposit their money in one branch office of the merchant, get a letter of credit & take it to another branch office where they would get their cash back.

Importance of joint stock companies? Allowed more people with moderate amounts of money to invest in large scale ventures-> Put more $ in circulation


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

REVIEWBOWL

Four new business techniques that emerged at this time? Banking, credit, joint stock companies, & insurance.

Importance of credit? It allowed people to use more money than they had in cash-> More rapidly expanding economy.

How did banking evolve? Merchants from Italy would borrow money from the Church in different parts of Europe and repay the loans in Rome using letters of credit & never actually carrying any cash. Then other people, not wanting to carry cash, would deposit their money in one branch office of the merchant, get a letter of credit & take it to another branch office where they would get their cash back.

Importance of joint stock companies? Allowed more people with moderate amounts of money to invest in large scale ventures-> Put more $ in circulation

Importance of insurance?


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

REVIEWBOWL

Four new business techniques that emerged at this time? Banking, credit, joint stock companies, & insurance.

Importance of credit? It allowed people to use more money than they had in cash-> More rapidly expanding economy.

How did banking evolve? Merchants from Italy would borrow money from the Church in different parts of Europe and repay the loans in Rome using letters of credit & never actually carrying any cash. Then other people, not wanting to carry cash, would deposit their money in one branch office of the merchant, get a letter of credit & take it to another branch office where they would get their cash back.

Importance of joint stock companies? Allowed more people with moderate amounts of money to invest in large scale ventures-> Put more $ in circulation

Importance of insurance? It encouraged people to invest in economic ventures safely-> Put more $ in circulation


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

REVIEWBOWL

Four new business techniques that emerged at this time? Banking, credit, joint stock companies, & insurance.

Importance of credit? It allowed people to use more money than they had in cash-> More rapidly expanding economy.

How did banking evolve? Merchants from Italy would borrow money from the Church in different parts of Europe and repay the loans in Rome using letters of credit & never actually carrying any cash. Then other people, not wanting to carry cash, would deposit their money in one branch office of the merchant, get a letter of credit & take it to another branch office where they would get their cash back.

Importance of joint stock companies? Allowed more people with moderate amounts of money to invest in large scale ventures-> Put more $ in circulation

Importance of insurance? It encouraged people to invest in economic ventures safely-> Put more $ in circulation

Trivia: Why did a Paris guild think a Bible was a work of Satan?


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

REVIEWBOWL

Four new business techniques that emerged at this time? Banking, credit, joint stock companies, & insurance.

Importance of credit? It allowed people to use more money than they had in cash-> More rapidly expanding economy.

How did banking evolve? Merchants from Italy would borrow money from the Church in different parts of Europe and repay the loans in Rome using letters of credit & never actually carrying any cash. Then other people, not wanting to carry cash, would deposit their money in one branch office of the merchant, get a letter of credit & take it to another branch office where they would get their cash back.

Importance of joint stock companies? Allowed more people with moderate amounts of money to invest in large scale ventures-> Put more $ in circulation

Importance of insurance? It encouraged people to invest in economic ventures safely-> Put more $ in circulation

Trivia: Why did a Paris guild think a Bible was a work of Satan? Because it was printed.


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

REVIEWBOWL

Four new business techniques that emerged at this time? Banking, credit, joint stock companies, & insurance.

Importance of credit? It allowed people to use more money than they had in cash-> More rapidly expanding economy.

How did banking evolve? Merchants from Italy would borrow money from the Church in different parts of Europe and repay the loans in Rome using letters of credit & never actually carrying any cash. Then other people, not wanting to carry cash, would deposit their money in one branch office of the merchant, get a letter of credit & take it to another branch office where they would get their cash back.

Importance of joint stock companies? Allowed more people with moderate amounts of money to invest in large scale ventures-> Put more $ in circulation

Importance of insurance? It encouraged people to invest in economic ventures safely-> Put more $ in circulation

Trivia: Why did a Paris guild think a Bible was a work of Satan? Because it was printed.

Trivia:Why did you have to be careful around Charles VI of France?


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

REVIEWBOWL

Four new business techniques that emerged at this time? Banking, credit, joint stock companies, & insurance.

Importance of credit? It allowed people to use more money than they had in cash-> More rapidly expanding economy.

How did banking evolve? Merchants from Italy would borrow money from the Church in different parts of Europe and repay the loans in Rome using letters of credit & never actually carrying any cash. Then other people, not wanting to carry cash, would deposit their money in one branch office of the merchant, get a letter of credit & take it to another branch office where they would get their cash back.

Importance of joint stock companies? Allowed more people with moderate amounts of money to invest in large scale ventures-> Put more $ in circulation

Importance of insurance? It encouraged people to invest in economic ventures safely-> Put more $ in circulation

Trivia: Why did a Paris guild think a Bible was a work of Satan? Because it was printed.

Trivia:Why did you have to be careful around Charles VI of France? He was made of glass


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

REVIEWBOWL

Four new business techniques that emerged at this time? Banking, credit, joint stock companies, & insurance.

Importance of credit? It allowed people to use more money than they had in cash-> More rapidly expanding economy.

How did banking evolve? Merchants from Italy would borrow money from the Church in different parts of Europe and repay the loans in Rome using letters of credit & never actually carrying any cash. Then other people, not wanting to carry cash, would deposit their money in one branch office of the merchant, get a letter of credit & take it to another branch office where they would get their cash back.

Importance of joint stock companies? Allowed more people with moderate amounts of money to invest in large scale ventures-> Put more $ in circulation

Importance of insurance? It encouraged people to invest in economic ventures safely-> Put more $ in circulation

Trivia: Why did a Paris guild think a Bible was a work of Satan? Because it was printed.

Trivia:Why did you have to be careful around Charles VI of France? He was made of glass

Trivia: What was Louis XI of France’s nickname & why?


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

REVIEWBOWL

Four new business techniques that emerged at this time? Banking, credit, joint stock companies, & insurance.

Importance of credit? It allowed people to use more money than they had in cash-> More rapidly expanding economy.

How did banking evolve? Merchants from Italy would borrow money from the Church in different parts of Europe and repay the loans in Rome using letters of credit & never actually carrying any cash. Then other people, not wanting to carry cash, would deposit their money in one branch office of the merchant, get a letter of credit & take it to another branch office where they would get their cash back.

Importance of joint stock companies? Allowed more people with moderate amounts of money to invest in large scale ventures-> Put more $ in circulation

Importance of insurance? It encouraged people to invest in economic ventures safely-> Put more $ in circulation

Trivia: Why did a Paris guild think a Bible was a work of Satan? Because it was printed.

Trivia:Why did you have to be careful around Charles VI of France? He was made of glass

Trivia: What was Louis XI of France’s nickname & why? Spider king for his webs of intrigue.


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Video Quiz!!!


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What is this?

Chinese block printing


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Names of these coins and the state that minted them?

Venetian ducat (above) and Florentine florin (below)


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What is the importance of these pictures?

They were the first accurate anatomical drawings done for a medical text.

Who did them and the importance of that?

Titian’s art students. It shows the impact of Renaissance art’s eye for precise detail on science.


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How did printers print pictures with multiple colors?

They would print in one color leaving gaps for the other colors. Then they would print in the second color leaving gaps for the other colors, and so on.


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Renaissance Review Bowl


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Renaissance Review Bowl

1. Dates for the Italian Renaissance?


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Renaissance Review Bowl

1. Dates for the Italian Renaissance? (1400-1600)


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Renaissance Review Bowl

1. Dates for the Italian Renaissance? (1400-1600)

2. Dates for the Northern Renaissance?


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Renaissance Review Bowl

1. Dates for the Italian Renaissance? (1400-1600)

2. Dates for the Northern Renaissance? (c.1500-1600)


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Renaissance Review Bowl

1. Dates for the Italian Renaissance? (1400-1600)

2. Dates for the Northern Renaissance? (c.1500-1600)

3. Two ways geography favored Italy as the birthplace of the Renaissance?


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Renaissance Review Bowl

1. Dates for the Italian Renaissance? (1400-1600)

2. Dates for the Northern Renaissance? (c.1500-1600)

3. Two ways geography favored Italy as the birthplace of the Renaissance?

1) Centrally located in the Mediter.-> It received Grk & Roman civ. From Byz’s & Arabs

2) It was located on top of old Roman civ.


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Renaissance Review Bowl

1. Dates for the Italian Renaissance? (1400-1600)

2. Dates for the Northern Renaissance? (c.1500-1600)

3. Two ways geography favored Italy as the birthplace of the Renaissance?

1) Centrally located in the Mediter.-> It received Grk & Roman civ. From Byz’s & Arabs

2) It was located on top of old Roman civ.

4. Three other factors favoring Italy?


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Renaissance Review Bowl

1. Dates for the Italian Renaissance? (1400-1600)

2. Dates for the Northern Renaissance? (c.1500-1600)

3. Two ways geography favored Italy as the birthplace of the Renaissance?

1) Centrally located in the Mediter.-> It received Grk & Roman civ. From Byz’s & Arabs

2) It was located on top of old Roman civ.

4. Three other factors favoring Italy? 1) $$ for arts; 2) Freedom of expression; 3) Printing press


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Renaissance Review Bowl

1. Dates for the Italian Renaissance? (1400-1600)

2. Dates for the Northern Renaissance? (c.1500-1600)

3. Two ways geography favored Italy as the birthplace of the Renaissance?

1) Centrally located in the Mediter.-> It received Grk & Roman civ. From Byz’s & Arabs

2) It was located on top of old Roman civ.

4. Three other factors favoring Italy? 1) $$ for arts; 2) Freedom of expression; 3) Printing press

5. One new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world?


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Renaissance Review Bowl

1. Dates for the Italian Renaissance? (1400-1600)

2. Dates for the Northern Renaissance? (c.1500-1600)

3. Two ways geography favored Italy as the birthplace of the Renaissance?

1) Centrally located in the Mediter.-> It received Grk & Roman civ. From Byz’s & Arabs

2) It was located on top of old Roman civ.

4. Three other factors favoring Italy? 1) $$ for arts; 2) Freedom of expression; 3) Printing press

5. One new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Secularism


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Renaissance Review Bowl

1. Dates for the Italian Renaissance? (1400-1600)

2. Dates for the Northern Renaissance? (c.1500-1600)

3. Two ways geography favored Italy as the birthplace of the Renaissance?

1) Centrally located in the Mediter.-> It received Grk & Roman civ. From Byz’s & Arabs

2) It was located on top of old Roman civ.

4. Three other factors favoring Italy? 1) $$ for arts; 2) Freedom of expression; 3) Printing press

5. One new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Secularism

6. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world?


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Renaissance Review Bowl

1. Dates for the Italian Renaissance? (1400-1600)

2. Dates for the Northern Renaissance? (c.1500-1600)

3. Two ways geography favored Italy as the birthplace of the Renaissance?

1) Centrally located in the Mediter.-> It received Grk & Roman civ. From Byz’s & Arabs

2) It was located on top of old Roman civ.

4. Three other factors favoring Italy? 1) $$ for arts; 2) Freedom of expression; 3) Printing press

5. One new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Secularism

6. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Humanism


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Renaissance Review Bowl

1. Dates for the Italian Renaissance? (1400-1600)

2. Dates for the Northern Renaissance? (c.1500-1600)

3. Two ways geography favored Italy as the birthplace of the Renaissance?

1) Centrally located in the Mediter.-> It received Grk & Roman civ. From Byz’s & Arabs

2) It was located on top of old Roman civ.

4. Three other factors favoring Italy? 1) $$ for arts; 2) Freedom of expression; 3) Printing press

5. One new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Secularism

6. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Humanism

7. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world?


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Renaissance Review Bowl

1. Dates for the Italian Renaissance? (1400-1600)

2. Dates for the Northern Renaissance? (c.1500-1600)

3. Two ways geography favored Italy as the birthplace of the Renaissance?

1) Centrally located in the Mediter.-> It received Grk & Roman civ. From Byz’s & Arabs

2) It was located on top of old Roman civ.

4. Three other factors favoring Italy? 1) $$ for arts; 2) Freedom of expression; 3) Printing press

5. One new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Secularism

6. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Humanism

7. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Individualism


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Renaissance Review Bowl

1. Dates for the Italian Renaissance? (1400-1600)

2. Dates for the Northern Renaissance? (c.1500-1600)

3. Two ways geography favored Italy as the birthplace of the Renaissance?

1) Centrally located in the Mediter.-> It received Grk & Roman civ. From Byz’s & Arabs

2) It was located on top of old Roman civ.

4. Three other factors favoring Italy? 1) $$ for arts; 2) Freedom of expression; 3) Printing press

5. One new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Secularism

6. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Humanism

7. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Individualism

8. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world?


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Renaissance Review Bowl

1. Dates for the Italian Renaissance? (1400-1600)

2. Dates for the Northern Renaissance? (c.1500-1600)

3. Two ways geography favored Italy as the birthplace of the Renaissance?

1) Centrally located in the Mediter.-> It received Grk & Roman civ. From Byz’s & Arabs

2) It was located on top of old Roman civ.

4. Three other factors favoring Italy? 1) $$ for arts; 2) Freedom of expression; 3) Printing press

5. One new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Secularism

6. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Humanism

7. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Individualism

8. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Skepticism


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Renaissance Review Bowl

1. Dates for the Italian Renaissance? (1400-1600)

2. Dates for the Northern Renaissance? (c.1500-1600)

3. Two ways geography favored Italy as the birthplace of the Renaissance?

1) Centrally located in the Mediter.-> It received Grk & Roman civ. From Byz’s & Arabs

2) It was located on top of old Roman civ.

4. Three other factors favoring Italy? 1) $$ for arts; 2) Freedom of expression; 3) Printing press

5. One new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Secularism

6. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Humanism

7. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Individualism

8. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Skepticism

9. Who was Machiavelli?


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Renaissance Review Bowl

1. Dates for the Italian Renaissance? (1400-1600)

2. Dates for the Northern Renaissance? (c.1500-1600)

3. Two ways geography favored Italy as the birthplace of the Renaissance?

1) Centrally located in the Mediter.-> It received Grk & Roman civ. From Byz’s & Arabs

2) It was located on top of old Roman civ.

4. Three other factors favoring Italy? 1) $$ for arts; 2) Freedom of expression; 3) Printing press

5. One new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Secularism

6. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Humanism

7. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Individualism

8. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Skepticism

9. Who was Machiavelli? Author of The Prince about how to conduct statecraft & diplomacy


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Renaissance Review Bowl

1. Dates for the Italian Renaissance? (1400-1600)

2. Dates for the Northern Renaissance? (c.1500-1600)

3. Two ways geography favored Italy as the birthplace of the Renaissance?

1) Centrally located in the Mediter.-> It received Grk & Roman civ. From Byz’s & Arabs

2) It was located on top of old Roman civ.

4. Three other factors favoring Italy? 1) $$ for arts; 2) Freedom of expression; 3) Printing press

5. One new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Secularism

6. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Humanism

7. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Individualism

8. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Skepticism

9. Who was Machiavelli? Author of The Prince about how to conduct statecraft & diplomacy

10. According to him, which is better for a prince: to be feared or loved?


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Renaissance Review Bowl

1. Dates for the Italian Renaissance? (1400-1600)

2. Dates for the Northern Renaissance? (c.1500-1600)

3. Two ways geography favored Italy as the birthplace of the Renaissance?

1) Centrally located in the Mediter.-> It received Grk & Roman civ. From Byz’s & Arabs

2) It was located on top of old Roman civ.

4. Three other factors favoring Italy? 1) $$ for arts; 2) Freedom of expression; 3) Printing press

5. One new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Secularism

6. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Humanism

7. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Individualism

8. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Skepticism

9. Who was Machiavelli? Author of The Prince about how to conduct statecraft & diplomacy

10. According to him, which is better for a prince: to be feared or loved? Feared, because you can control people’s fear more easily than you can control their love.


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Renaissance Review Bowl

1. Dates for the Italian Renaissance? (1400-1600)

2. Dates for the Northern Renaissance? (c.1500-1600)

3. Two ways geography favored Italy as the birthplace of the Renaissance?

1) Centrally located in the Mediter.-> It received Grk & Roman civ. From Byz’s & Arabs

2) It was located on top of old Roman civ.

4. Three other factors favoring Italy? 1) $$ for arts; 2) Freedom of expression; 3) Printing press

5. One new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Secularism

6. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Humanism

7. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Individualism

8. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Skepticism

9. Who was Machiavelli? Author of The Prince about how to conduct statecraft & diplomacy

10. According to him, which is better for a prince: to be feared or loved? Feared, because you can control people’s fear more easily than you can control their love.

11. What did he say you should especially avoid?


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Renaissance Review Bowl

1. Dates for the Italian Renaissance? (1400-1600)

2. Dates for the Northern Renaissance? (c.1500-1600)

3. Two ways geography favored Italy as the birthplace of the Renaissance?

1) Centrally located in the Mediter.-> It received Grk & Roman civ. From Byz’s & Arabs

2) It was located on top of old Roman civ.

4. Three other factors favoring Italy? 1) $$ for arts; 2) Freedom of expression; 3) Printing press

5. One new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Secularism

6. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Humanism

7. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Individualism

8. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Skepticism

9. Who was Machiavelli? Author of The Prince about how to conduct statecraft & diplomacy

10. According to him, which is better for a prince: to be feared or loved? Feared, because you can control people’s fear more easily than you can control their love.

11. What did he say you should especially avoid? Taking people’s property and women


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Renaissance Review Bowl

1. Dates for the Italian Renaissance? (1400-1600)

2. Dates for the Northern Renaissance? (c.1500-1600)

3. Two ways geography favored Italy as the birthplace of the Renaissance?

1) Centrally located in the Mediter.-> It received Grk & Roman civ. From Byz’s & Arabs

2) It was located on top of old Roman civ.

4. Three other factors favoring Italy? 1) $$ for arts; 2) Freedom of expression; 3) Printing press

5. One new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Secularism

6. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Humanism

7. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Individualism

8. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Skepticism

9. Who was Machiavelli? Author of The Prince about how to conduct statecraft & diplomacy

10. According to him, which is better for a prince: to be feared or loved? Feared, because you can control people’s fear more easily than you can control their love.

11. What did he say you should especially avoid? Taking people’s property and women

12.Two advantages of canvas?


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Renaissance Review Bowl

1. Dates for the Italian Renaissance? (1400-1600)

2. Dates for the Northern Renaissance? (c.1500-1600)

3. Two ways geography favored Italy as the birthplace of the Renaissance?

1) Centrally located in the Mediter.-> It received Grk & Roman civ. From Byz’s & Arabs

2) It was located on top of old Roman civ.

4. Three other factors favoring Italy? 1) $$ for arts; 2) Freedom of expression; 3) Printing press

5. One new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Secularism

6. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Humanism

7. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Individualism

8. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Skepticism

9. Who was Machiavelli? Author of The Prince about how to conduct statecraft & diplomacy

10. According to him, which is better for a prince: to be feared or loved? Feared, because you can control people’s fear more easily than you can control their love.

11. What did he say you should especially avoid? Taking people’s property and women

12.Two advantages of canvas? 1) Can paint in privacy of own studio-> freer; 2) Cheaper-> Bigger Mkt.


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Renaissance Review Bowl

1. Dates for the Italian Renaissance? (1400-1600)

2. Dates for the Northern Renaissance? (c.1500-1600)

3. Two ways geography favored Italy as the birthplace of the Renaissance?

1) Centrally located in the Mediter.-> It received Grk & Roman civ. From Byz’s & Arabs

2) It was located on top of old Roman civ.

4. Three other factors favoring Italy? 1) $$ for arts; 2) Freedom of expression; 3) Printing press

5. One new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Secularism

6. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Humanism

7. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Individualism

8. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Skepticism

9. Who was Machiavelli? Author of The Prince about how to conduct statecraft & diplomacy

10. According to him, which is better for a prince: to be feared or loved? Feared, because you can control people’s fear more easily than you can control their love.

11. What did he say you should especially avoid? Taking people’s property and women

12.Two advantages of canvas? 1) Can paint in privacy of own studio-> freer; 2) Cheaper-> Bigger Mkt.

13. Two advantages of oil paint?


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Renaissance Review Bowl

1. Dates for the Italian Renaissance? (1400-1600)

2. Dates for the Northern Renaissance? (c.1500-1600)

3. Two ways geography favored Italy as the birthplace of the Renaissance?

1) Centrally located in the Mediter.-> It received Grk & Roman civ. From Byz’s & Arabs

2) It was located on top of old Roman civ.

4. Three other factors favoring Italy? 1) $$ for arts; 2) Freedom of expression; 3) Printing press

5. One new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Secularism

6. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Humanism

7. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Individualism

8. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Skepticism

9. Who was Machiavelli? Author of The Prince about how to conduct statecraft & diplomacy

10. According to him, which is better for a prince: to be feared or loved? Feared, because you can control people’s fear more easily than you can control their love.

11. What did he say you should especially avoid? Taking people’s property and women

12.Two advantages of canvas? 1) Can paint in privacy of own studio-> freer; 2) Cheaper-> Bigger Mkt.

13. Two advantages of oil paint? 1) Can mix-> more colors 2) Dries slowly-> More spontaneity


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Renaissance Review Bowl

1. Dates for the Italian Renaissance? (1400-1600)

2. Dates for the Northern Renaissance? (c.1500-1600)

3. Two ways geography favored Italy as the birthplace of the Renaissance?

1) Centrally located in the Mediter.-> It received Grk & Roman civ. From Byz’s & Arabs

2) It was located on top of old Roman civ.

4. Three other factors favoring Italy? 1) $$ for arts; 2) Freedom of expression; 3) Printing press

5. One new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Secularism

6. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Humanism

7. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Individualism

8. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Skepticism

9. Who was Machiavelli? Author of The Prince about how to conduct statecraft & diplomacy

10. According to him, which is better for a prince: to be feared or loved? Feared, because you can control people’s fear more easily than you can control their love.

11. What did he say you should especially avoid? Taking people’s property and women

12.Two advantages of canvas? 1) Can paint in privacy of own studio-> freer; 2) Cheaper-> Bigger Mkt.

13. Two advantages of oil paint? 1) Can mix-> more colors 2) Dries slowly-> More spontaneity

Tossup: Machiavelli’s first name?


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Renaissance Review Bowl

1. Dates for the Italian Renaissance? (1400-1600)

2. Dates for the Northern Renaissance? (c.1500-1600)

3. Two ways geography favored Italy as the birthplace of the Renaissance?

1) Centrally located in the Mediter.-> It received Grk & Roman civ. From Byz’s & Arabs

2) It was located on top of old Roman civ.

4. Three other factors favoring Italy? 1) $$ for arts; 2) Freedom of expression; 3) Printing press

5. One new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Secularism

6. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Humanism

7. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Individualism

8. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Skepticism

9. Who was Machiavelli? Author of The Prince about how to conduct statecraft & diplomacy

10. According to him, which is better for a prince: to be feared or loved? Feared, because you can control people’s fear more easily than you can control their love.

11. What did he say you should especially avoid? Taking people’s property and women

12.Two advantages of canvas? 1) Can paint in privacy of own studio-> freer; 2) Cheaper-> Bigger Mkt.

13. Two advantages of oil paint? 1) Can mix-> more colors 2) Dries slowly-> More spontaneity

Tossup: Machiavelli’s first name? Niccolo


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Renaissance Review Bowl

1. Dates for the Italian Renaissance? (1400-1600)

2. Dates for the Northern Renaissance? (c.1500-1600)

3. Two ways geography favored Italy as the birthplace of the Renaissance?

1) Centrally located in the Mediter.-> It received Grk & Roman civ. From Byz’s & Arabs

2) It was located on top of old Roman civ.

4. Three other factors favoring Italy? 1) $$ for arts; 2) Freedom of expression; 3) Printing press

5. One new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Secularism

6. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Humanism

7. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Individualism

8. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Skepticism

9. Who was Machiavelli? Author of The Prince about how to conduct statecraft & diplomacy

10. According to him, which is better for a prince: to be feared or loved? Feared, because you can control people’s fear more easily than you can control their love.

11. What did he say you should especially avoid? Taking people’s property and women

12.Two advantages of canvas? 1) Can paint in privacy of own studio-> freer; 2) Cheaper-> Bigger Mkt.

13. Two advantages of oil paint? 1) Can mix-> more colors 2) Dries slowly-> More spontaneity

Tossup: Machiavelli’s first name? Niccolo

Tossup: What skill did Castiglione recommend to impress the crowds?


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Renaissance Review Bowl

1. Dates for the Italian Renaissance? (1400-1600)

2. Dates for the Northern Renaissance? (c.1500-1600)

3. Two ways geography favored Italy as the birthplace of the Renaissance?

1) Centrally located in the Mediter.-> It received Grk & Roman civ. From Byz’s & Arabs

2) It was located on top of old Roman civ.

4. Three other factors favoring Italy? 1) $$ for arts; 2) Freedom of expression; 3) Printing press

5. One new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Secularism

6. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Humanism

7. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Individualism

8. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Skepticism

9. Who was Machiavelli? Author of The Prince about how to conduct statecraft & diplomacy

10. According to him, which is better for a prince: to be feared or loved? Feared, because you can control people’s fear more easily than you can control their love.

11. What did he say you should especially avoid? Taking people’s property and women

12.Two advantages of canvas? 1) Can paint in privacy of own studio-> freer; 2) Cheaper-> Bigger Mkt.

13. Two advantages of oil paint? 1) Can mix-> more colors 2) Dries slowly-> More spontaneity

Tossup: Machiavelli’s first name? Niccolo

Tossup: What skill did Castiglione recommend to impress the crowds? Throwing stones


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Renaissance Review Bowl

1. Dates for the Italian Renaissance? (1400-1600)

2. Dates for the Northern Renaissance? (c.1500-1600)

3. Two ways geography favored Italy as the birthplace of the Renaissance?

1) Centrally located in the Mediter.-> It received Grk & Roman civ. From Byz’s & Arabs

2) It was located on top of old Roman civ.

4. Three other factors favoring Italy? 1) $$ for arts; 2) Freedom of expression; 3) Printing press

5. One new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Secularism

6. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Humanism

7. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Individualism

8. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Skepticism

9. Who was Machiavelli? Author of The Prince about how to conduct statecraft & diplomacy

10. According to him, which is better for a prince: to be feared or loved? Feared, because you can control people’s fear more easily than you can control their love.

11. What did he say you should especially avoid? Taking people’s property and women

12.Two advantages of canvas? 1) Can paint in privacy of own studio-> freer; 2) Cheaper-> Bigger Mkt.

13. Two advantages of oil paint? 1) Can mix-> more colors 2) Dries slowly-> More spontaneity

Tossup: Machiavelli’s first name? Niccolo

Tossup: What skill did Castiglione recommend to impress the crowds? Throwing stones

Tossup: What was Castiglione’s first name?


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Renaissance Review Bowl

1. Dates for the Italian Renaissance? (1400-1600)

2. Dates for the Northern Renaissance? (c.1500-1600)

3. Two ways geography favored Italy as the birthplace of the Renaissance?

1) Centrally located in the Mediter.-> It received Grk & Roman civ. From Byz’s & Arabs

2) It was located on top of old Roman civ.

4. Three other factors favoring Italy? 1) $$ for arts; 2) Freedom of expression; 3) Printing press

5. One new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Secularism

6. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Humanism

7. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Individualism

8. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Skepticism

9. Who was Machiavelli? Author of The Prince about how to conduct statecraft & diplomacy

10. According to him, which is better for a prince: to be feared or loved? Feared, because you can control people’s fear more easily than you can control their love.

11. What did he say you should especially avoid? Taking people’s property and women

12.Two advantages of canvas? 1) Can paint in privacy of own studio-> freer; 2) Cheaper-> Bigger Mkt.

13. Two advantages of oil paint? 1) Can mix-> more colors 2) Dries slowly-> More spontaneity

Tossup: Machiavelli’s first name? Niccolo

Tossup: What skill did Castiglione recommend to impress the crowds? Throwing stones

Tossup: What was Castiglione’s first name? Baldassare


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Renaissance Review Bowl

1. Dates for the Italian Renaissance? (1400-1600)

2. Dates for the Northern Renaissance? (c.1500-1600)

3. Two ways geography favored Italy as the birthplace of the Renaissance?

1) Centrally located in the Mediter.-> It received Grk & Roman civ. From Byz’s & Arabs

2) It was located on top of old Roman civ.

4. Three other factors favoring Italy? 1) $$ for arts; 2) Freedom of expression; 3) Printing press

5. One new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Secularism

6. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Humanism

7. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Individualism

8. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Skepticism

9. Who was Machiavelli? Author of The Prince about how to conduct statecraft & diplomacy

10. According to him, which is better for a prince: to be feared or loved? Feared, because you can control people’s fear more easily than you can control their love.

11. What did he say you should especially avoid? Taking people’s property and women

12.Two advantages of canvas? 1) Can paint in privacy of own studio-> freer; 2) Cheaper-> Bigger Mkt.

13. Two advantages of oil paint? 1) Can mix-> more colors 2) Dries slowly-> More spontaneity

Tossup: Machiavelli’s first name? Niccolo

Tossup: What skill did Castiglione recommend to impress the crowds? Throwing stones

Tossup: What was Castiglione’s first name? Baldassare

Tossup: How did the Medici first make their fortune?


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Renaissance Review Bowl

1. Dates for the Italian Renaissance? (1400-1600)

2. Dates for the Northern Renaissance? (c.1500-1600)

3. Two ways geography favored Italy as the birthplace of the Renaissance?

1) Centrally located in the Mediter.-> It received Grk & Roman civ. From Byz’s & Arabs

2) It was located on top of old Roman civ.

4. Three other factors favoring Italy? 1) $$ for arts; 2) Freedom of expression; 3) Printing press

5. One new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Secularism

6. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Humanism

7. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Individualism

8. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Skepticism

9. Who was Machiavelli? Author of The Prince about how to conduct statecraft & diplomacy

10. According to him, which is better for a prince: to be feared or loved? Feared, because you can control people’s fear more easily than you can control their love.

11. What did he say you should especially avoid? Taking people’s property and women

12.Two advantages of canvas? 1) Can paint in privacy of own studio-> freer; 2) Cheaper-> Bigger Mkt.

13. Two advantages of oil paint? 1) Can mix-> more colors 2) Dries slowly-> More spontaneity

Tossup: Machiavelli’s first name? Niccolo

Tossup: What skill did Castiglione recommend to impress the crowds? Throwing stones

Tossup: What was Castiglione’s first name? Baldassare

Tossup: How did the Medici first make their fortune? Wool trade


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Renaissance Review Bowl

1. Dates for the Italian Renaissance? (1400-1600)

2. Dates for the Northern Renaissance? (c.1500-1600)

3. Two ways geography favored Italy as the birthplace of the Renaissance?

1) Centrally located in the Mediter.-> It received Grk & Roman civ. From Byz’s & Arabs

2) It was located on top of old Roman civ.

4. Three other factors favoring Italy? 1) $$ for arts; 2) Freedom of expression; 3) Printing press

5. One new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Secularism

6. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Humanism

7. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Individualism

8. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Skepticism

9. Who was Machiavelli? Author of The Prince about how to conduct statecraft & diplomacy

10. According to him, which is better for a prince: to be feared or loved? Feared, because you can control people’s fear more easily than you can control their love.

11. What did he say you should especially avoid? Taking people’s property and women

12.Two advantages of canvas? 1) Can paint in privacy of own studio-> freer; 2) Cheaper-> Bigger Mkt.

13. Two advantages of oil paint? 1) Can mix-> more colors 2) Dries slowly-> More spontaneity

Tossup: Machiavelli’s first name? Niccolo

Tossup: What skill did Castiglione recommend to impress the crowds? Throwing stones

Tossup: What was Castiglione’s first name? Baldassare

Tossup: How did the Medici first make their fortune? Wool trade

Tossup: What artist was Leonardo da Vinci apprenticed to?


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Italian Renaissance

1. Dates for the Italian Renaissance? (1400-1600)

2. Dates for the Northern Renaissance? (c.1500-1600)

3. Two ways geography favored Italy as the birthplace of the Renaissance?

1) Centrally located in the Mediter.-> It received Grk & Roman civ. From Byz’s & Arabs

2) It was located on top of old Roman civ.

4. Three other factors favoring Italy? 1) $$ for arts; 2) Freedom of expression; 3) Printing press

5. One new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Secularism

6. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Humanism

7. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Individualism

8. Another new idea from the Ren. & how it helped-> Modern world? Skepticism

9. Who was Machiavelli? Author of The Prince about how to conduct statecraft & diplomacy

10. According to him, which is better for a prince: to be feared or loved? Feared, because you can control people’s fear more easily than you can control their love.

11. What did he say you should especially avoid? Taking people’s property and women

12.Two advantages of canvas? 1) Can paint in privacy of own studio-> freer; 2) Cheaper-> Bigger Mkt.

13. Two advantages of oil paint? 1) Can mix-> more colors 2) Dries slowly-> More spontaneity

Tossup: Machiavelli’s first name? Niccolo

Tossup: What skill did Castiglione recommend to impress the crowds? Throwing stones

Tossup: What was Castiglione’s first name? Baldassare

Tossup: How did the Medici first make their fortune? Wool trade

Tossup: What artist was Leonardo da Vinci apprenticed to? Verocchio


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Video Art Quiz!!!


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Who did this & what does it illustrate?

Filippo Brunelleschi who, using linear perspective, did a painting of the Florentine Baptistery so realistic that people viewing it from the spot where he did it could not tell the difference between the painting and the real Baptistery.


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Who did this painting? What is it a good example of?

Perugino’s Christ Giving the Keys of Heaven to St. Peter (c.1481) is a perfect example of the the use of a vanishing point and linear perspective to give a 3-d sense of depth to a picture


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Who did this & what innovations made it more modern than previous medieval art?

Giotto; Real human faces & some attempts at background


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Who did this painting?

What was its significance?

Masaccio (1401-28), Trinity with the Virgin (1425), This painting involved the first full use of perspective that Brunelleschi had pioneered.


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Who did this painting? What is one interpretation of it?

Sandro Botticelli (1445-1510), Spring Allegory, (1477-80). This highly symbolic painting may represent the reconciliation of civilization (the three graces, goddesses of music) & Nature (The Roman goddess Flora covered with flowers). In the middle is Venus, a pagan Madonna who reconciles Classical and Christian civilization by lifting our minds to contemplate divine beauty.


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Who is this?

What did he do?

Artist he especially influenced?

The monk, Savonarola, who took over Florence and led a powerful religious reaction against the secularism of the Renaissance. He was overthrown and executed in 1498, but not before he had profoundly influenced the work of artists such as Botticelli who only painted religious themes after that.


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What building is this and what was it modeled after?

Sistine Chapel; Temple in Jerusalem


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The Last Judgment (1535-41).

Title?

Michelangelo (1475-1564)

Artist?

Sistine Chapel (1508-12)

Where is it?

Pope’s reaction when he first saw it?

“Lord, hold my sins not against me.”

What part did Michaelangelo not do?

The loincloths covering their “naughty bits”

Nickname of the man who did that part?

Big Underpants Man


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Artist & subject?

Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519), John the Baptist


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Artist & subject?

Rafael (1483-1520), Pope Julius II


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Who did these statues?

A comparison of the statues of David by Verocchio (l.) & Donatello


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Who did this painting and what statue is it a tribute to?

Norman Rockwell; Michaelangelo’s statue of Moses.


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What painting is this from??

Michelangelo‘s The Last Judgment (1535-41) from the Sistine Chapel

Who is the character represented here?

Minos, king of Hell

Who served as the unwitting model for him?

Biaggio de Cesena, a critic of Michelangelo’s work


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Artist

Rafael (1483-1520)

Subject?

The Hapsburg emperor Charles V’s mother, Joan of Aragon

Her nickname?

AKA Joanna the Mad


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Who is this?

Badassare Castiglione,

What is he remembered for?

Author of The Courtier

Who did this painting?

Rafael


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Artist & title?

Rafael (1483-1520), TheSchool of Athens, 1510-11

Point of the painting?

What’s going on in the

center of the painting?

In the middle are Plato (pointing up to the perfect unchanging world of Being above) and Aristotle (pointing down to the earth where real knowledge can be gained).


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Part II of Ren. Quizbowl


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Northern Renaissance


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Northern Renaissance

1. Two reasons why the rest of Europe lagged behind Italy?


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Northern Renaissance

1. Two reasons why the rest of Europe lagged behind Italy? 1) Away from Medit. Culture & money; 2) Power of nobles & church retarded spread of new ideas


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Northern Renaissance

1. Two reasons why the rest of Europe lagged behind Italy? 1) Away from Medit. Culture & money; 2) Power of nobles & church retarded spread of new ideas

2. Four reasons it did spread:


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Northern Renaissance

1. Two reasons why the rest of Europe lagged behind Italy? 1) Away from Medit. Culture & money; 2) Power of nobles & church retarded spread of new ideas

2. Four reasons it did spread: 1) revival of towns & trade-> $ for arts 2) French invasion of Italy -> contact w/Ren ideas; 3) Kings weakened influence of Church & nobles; 4) Printing press


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Northern Renaissance

1. Two reasons why the rest of Europe lagged behind Italy? 1) Away from Medit. Culture & money; 2) Power of nobles & church retarded spread of new ideas

2. Four reasons it did spread: 1) revival of towns & trade-> $ for arts 2) French invasion of Italy -> contact w/Ren ideas; 3) Kings weakened influence of Church & nobles; 4) Printing press

3. Two ways N. Ren differed from Italian?


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Northern Renaissance

1. Two reasons why the rest of Europe lagged behind Italy? 1) Away from Medit. Culture & money; 2) Power of nobles & church retarded spread of new ideas

2. Four reasons it did spread: 1) revival of towns & trade-> $ for arts 2) French invasion of Italy -> contact w/Ren ideas; 3) Kings weakened influence of Church & nobles; 4) Printing press

3. Two ways N. Ren differed from Italian? 1) More religious 2) More nationalistic


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Northern Renaissance

1. Two reasons why the rest of Europe lagged behind Italy? 1) Away from Medit. Culture & money; 2) Power of nobles & church retarded spread of new ideas

2. Four reasons it did spread: 1) revival of towns & trade-> $ for arts 2) French invasion of Italy -> contact w/Ren ideas; 3) Kings weakened influence of Church & nobles; 4) Printing press

3. Two ways N. Ren differed from Italian? 1) More religious 2) More nationalistic

4) Best known humanist from the North?


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Northern Renaissance

1. Two reasons why the rest of Europe lagged behind Italy? 1) Away from Medit. Culture & money; 2) Power of nobles & church retarded spread of new ideas

2. Four reasons it did spread: 1) revival of towns & trade-> $ for arts 2) French invasion of Italy -> contact w/Ren ideas; 3) Kings weakened influence of Church & nobles; 4) Printing press

3. Two ways N. Ren differed from Italian? 1) More religious 2) More nationalistic

4) Best known humanist from the North? Erasmus


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Northern Renaissance

1. Two reasons why the rest of Europe lagged behind Italy? 1) Away from Medit. Culture & money; 2) Power of nobles & church retarded spread of new ideas

2. Four reasons it did spread: 1) revival of towns & trade-> $ for arts 2) French invasion of Italy -> contact w/Ren ideas; 3) Kings weakened influence of Church & nobles; 4) Printing press

3. Two ways N. Ren differed from Italian? 1) More religious 2) More nationalistic

4) Best known humanist from the North? Erasmus

Tossup: City he was from?


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Northern Renaissance

1. Two reasons why the rest of Europe lagged behind Italy? 1) Away from Medit. Culture & money; 2) Power of nobles & church retarded spread of new ideas

2. Four reasons it did spread: 1) revival of towns & trade-> $ for arts 2) French invasion of Italy -> contact w/Ren ideas; 3) Kings weakened influence of Church & nobles; 4) Printing press

3. Two ways N. Ren differed from Italian? 1) More religious 2) More nationalistic

4) Best known humanist from the North? Erasmus

Tossup: City he was from? Rotterdam


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Northern Renaissance

1. Two reasons why the rest of Europe lagged behind Italy? 1) Away from Medit. Culture & money; 2) Power of nobles & church retarded spread of new ideas

2. Four reasons it did spread: 1) revival of towns & trade-> $ for arts 2) French invasion of Italy -> contact w/Ren ideas; 3) Kings weakened influence of Church & nobles; 4) Printing press

3. Two ways N. Ren differed from Italian? 1) More religious 2) More nationalistic

4) Best known humanist from the North? Erasmus

Tossup: City he was from? Rotterdam

Tossup: What did he call Socrates?


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Northern Renaissance

1. Two reasons why the rest of Europe lagged behind Italy? 1) Away from Medit. Culture & money; 2) Power of nobles & church retarded spread of new ideas

2. Four reasons it did spread: 1) revival of towns & trade-> $ for arts 2) French invasion of Italy -> contact w/Ren ideas; 3) Kings weakened influence of Church & nobles; 4) Printing press

3. Two ways N. Ren differed from Italian? 1) More religious 2) More nationalistic

4) Best known humanist from the North? Erasmus

Tossup: City he was from? Rotterdam

Tossup: What did he call Socrates? Saint Socrates


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Northern Renaissance

1. Two reasons why the rest of Europe lagged behind Italy? 1) Away from Medit. Culture & money; 2) Power of nobles & church retarded spread of new ideas

2. Four reasons it did spread: 1) revival of towns & trade-> $ for arts 2) French invasion of Italy -> contact w/Ren ideas; 3Kings weakened influence of Church & nobles; 4) Printing press

3. Two ways N. Ren differed from Italian? 1) More religious 2) More nationalistic

4) Best known humanist from the North? Erasmus

Tossup: City he was from? Rotterdam

Tossup: What did he call Socrates? Saint Socrates

5) Question N. humanists had to answer satisfactorily?


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Northern Renaissance

1. Two reasons why the rest of Europe lagged behind Italy? 1) Away from Medit. Culture & money; 2) Power of nobles & church retarded spread of new ideas

2. Four reasons it did spread: 1) revival of towns & trade-> $ for arts 2) French invasion of Italy -> contact w/Ren ideas; 3) Kings weakened influence of Church & nobles; 4) Printing press

3. Two ways N. Ren differed from Italian? 1) More religious 2) More nationalistic

4) Best known humanist from the North? Erasmus

Tossup: City he was from? Rotterdam

Tossup: What did he call Socrates? Saint Socrates

5) Question N. humanists had to answer satisfactorily? Can we reconcile religion & Humanist studies?


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Northern Renaissance

1. Two reasons why the rest of Europe lagged behind Italy? 1) Away from Medit. Culture & money; 2) Power of nobles & church retarded spread of new ideas

2. Four reasons it did spread: 1) revival of towns & trade-> $ for arts 2) French invasion of Italy -> contact w/Ren ideas; 3) Kings weakened influence of Church & nobles; 4) Printing press

3. Two ways N. Ren differed from Italian? 1) More religious 2) More nationalistic

4) Best known humanist from the North? Erasmus

Tossup: City he was from? Rotterdam

Tossup: What did he call Socrates? Saint Socrates

5) Question N. humanists had to answer satisfactorily? Can we reconcile religion & Humanist studies?

6) How did Erasmus show we can?


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Northern Renaissance

1. Two reasons why the rest of Europe lagged behind Italy? 1) Away from Medit. Culture & money; 2) Power of nobles & church retarded spread of new ideas

2. Four reasons it did spread: 1) revival of towns & trade-> $ for arts 2) French invasion of Italy -> contact w/Ren ideas; 3) Kings weakened influence of Church & nobles; 4) Printing press

3. Two ways N. Ren differed from Italian? 1) More religious 2) More nationalistic

4) Best known humanist from the North? Erasmus

Tossup: City he was from? Rotterdam

Tossup: What did he call Socrates? Saint Socrates

5) Question N. humanists had to answer satisfactorily? Can we reconcile religion & Humanist studies?

6) How did Erasmus show we can? Published The Adages, collection of Greek & Roman proverbs


Quizbowl rules 1 numbered questions are worth 1 pt each tossup questions are worth 1 2 pt each

Northern Renaissance

1. Two reasons why the rest of Europe lagged behind Italy? 1) Away from Medit. Culture & money; 2) Power of nobles & church retarded spread of new ideas

2. Four reasons it did spread: 1) revival of towns & trade-> $ for arts 2) French invasion of Italy -> contact w/Ren ideas; 3) Kings weakened influence of Church & nobles; 4) Printing press

3. Two ways N. Ren differed from Italian? 1) More religious 2) More nationalistic

4) Best known humanist from the North? Erasmus

Tossup: City he was from? Rotterdam

Tossup: What did he call Socrates? Saint Socrates

5) Question N. humanists had to answer satisfactorily? Can we reconcile religion & Humanist studies?

6) How did Erasmus show we can? Published The Adages, collection of Greek & Roman proverbs

7) How did Lefevre d’Etaples show we can?


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Northern Renaissance

1. Two reasons why the rest of Europe lagged behind Italy? 1) Away from Medit. Culture & money; 2) Power of nobles & church retarded spread of new ideas

2. Four reasons it did spread: 1) revival of towns & trade-> $ for arts 2) French invasion of Italy -> contact w/Ren ideas; 3) Kings weakened influence of Church & nobles; 4) Printing press

3. Two ways N. Ren differed from Italian? 1) More religious 2) More nationalistic

4) Best known humanist from the North? Erasmus

Tossup: City he was from? Rotterdam

Tossup: What did he call Socrates? Saint Socrates

5) Question N. humanists had to answer satisfactorily? Can we reconcile religion & Humanist studies?

6) How did Erasmus show we can? Published The Adages, collection of Greek & Roman proverbs

7) How did Lefevre d’Etaples show we can? By using knowledge of Hebrew to come up with a more accurate version of the book of Psalms


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Video Art Quiz!!!


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What does this represent?


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What does this represent? The cover of Erasmus’ poem about how St. Peter refused Pope Julius II, the warrior pope, into Heaven, so Julius got an army to fight his way in.


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Who is this?


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Who is this? Lefevre d’Etaples:


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Who is this? Lefevre d’Etaples:

What did he do?


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Who is this and what did he do?


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Who is this and what did he do? Cervantes; wrote Don Quixote


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Who did this and what does the dog represent?


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Who did this and what does the dog represent??

Jan van Eyck; fidelity


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Who painted this really cute Bunny and his (the artist’s) importance?


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Who painted this really cute Bunny and his (the artist’s) importance?

Albrecht Durer, the German artist who was largely responsible for bringing the principles of Renaissance art to Northern Europe


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What is this, what did it evolve into, and how?


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What city is this and what was its importance?


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What city is this and what was its importance?

Bruges; banking and art


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Who is this and whom does she largely resemble?


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Who is this and whom does she largely resemble?

Jan van Eyck’s wife; Jan van Eyck


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Who did this?


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Who did this? HieronymousBosch,


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Who did this and what children’s game does it represent?

Pieter Brueghel the Elder (1525/30-69), Children’s Games, 1560. Grab the lice”

(Known in the rest of Europe as “Grab the lice”)


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What term was used to refer to these soldiers and what did it mean?

Landsknechte: land knights


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Who was this?

The Hapsburg emperor Charles V

What did he rule?

Spain, Holy Roman Empire, Low Countries, Two Sicilies, Milan, & most of S. America

How was the Hapsburg Empire built up?

Marriages


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What pseudo scientific practice do these pictures represent?

Physiognomy where one can determine someone’s character by measuring his or her facial features.


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What do these different coats of arms tell us about Spain?

That strong local loyalties still resisted the nation state’s centralizing efforts.


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What was the term used to describe this kind of fortifications?

Trace Italienne


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What two things in this picture tell us something about the status of women in early modern Europe?

The fact that she is literate and involved in her husband’s business shows higher status, especially in N. Europe.


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What French king was represented here and what message was he trying to convey?

Francis I; he was trying to show himself as a true renaissance man by assuming the symbols of ancient Roman gods.


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Give this king’s real name and nickname.

Louis XI, the Spider king for his webs of intrigue


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Name this ruler. What happened to him?

Charles the Bold of Burgundy; he was defeated & killed in his attempt to build an independent kingdom at Louis XI’s expense.


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