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AP European History. APEH: Review Quiz #8 Questions by Sara Obernesser, Class of 2007. Contestants do not forget to Always phrase your question in the form of an answer Hands on your buzzers it is time to play. Catholic Church. Famous Plots. Books & Authors. Starts with “G”. Quick

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AP European History

APEH: Review Quiz #8

Questions by Sara Obernesser, Class of 2007



Catholic

Church

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Plots

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Authors

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Final Jeopardy


Catholic Church

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This meeting was called during the Catholic Reformation in response to the Protestant Reformation.


Catholic Church

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It is the term for the selling of church positions.


Catholic Church

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This is the official Latin Bible of the Catholic Church.


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This was passed in 1829, allowing Catholics to hold seats in Britain's parliament.


Catholic Church

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This Cardinal and minister to Henry VIII built Hampton Court Palace on money raised by closing and selling monasteries.


Famous Plots

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This Serbian nationalist terrorist organization assassinated Franz Ferdinand in June 1914.


Famous Plots

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This former leader of the Red Army was killed by an ice pick inconveniently driven through his skull.


Famous Plots

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In 1605 Guy Fawkes led a group of fanatical Catholics in this plot to kill James I and destroy parliament.


Famous Plots

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Daily Double

In 1858 this Italian nationalist attempted to kill Emperor Napoleon III.


Famous Plots

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In 1881 this group assassinated Russian Tsar Alexander II.


Books & Authors

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He wrote The Book of the Courtier.


Books & Authors

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This satire criticizing high officials in church and government was written by Voltaire.


Books & Authors

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Earning him the title of "Defender of the Faith," Henry VIII wrote this treatise supporting the traditional beliefs of the Roman Catholic Church.


Books & Authors

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Written by Thomas Cramner under the rule of Edward VI of England, this book was used as a guideline for Anglican beliefs.


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This Renaissance humanist wrote On the Dignity of Man


Starts with “G”

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This Soviet leader introduced perestroika and glasnost.


Starts with “G”

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This Swedish king led the Lutheran forces in the Thirty Years' War.


Starts with “G”

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This Florentine goldsmith designed Biblical scenes for 34 panels on the doors of the Baptistery in Florence.


Starts with “G”

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Known as "The Sword" of Italian Unification, this nationalist led the 1000 Red Shirts in a campaign to annex southern Italy.


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It is the title of the book by Alexander Solzhenitsyn about life in the Soviet penal system.


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It is the last word of text in the 7th and 8th editions of R.R. Palmer and Joel Colton's A History of the Modern World.


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This metaphor by Winston Churchill was used to describe the division of Europe after 1945.


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This French king allegedly said, "Après moi, le deluge."


Quick Quotes

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To gain support of Parisian nobles, this first Bourbon king allegedly said, "Paris is well worth a mass."


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This Stuart king was known as the "Wisest fool in Christendom."


Catholic Church

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What was the COUNCIL OF TRENT?


Catholic Church

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What is SIMONY?


Catholic Church

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What is the VULGATE?


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What was CATHOLIC EMANCIPATION?


Catholic Church

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Who was CARDINAL WOLSEY?


Famous Plots

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What was the BLACK HAND?


Famous Plots

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Who was LEON TROTSKY?


Famous Plots

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What was the GUNPOWDER PLOT?


Famous Plots

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Who was FELICE ORSINI?


Famous Plots

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What was the PEOPLE'S WILL?


Books & Authors

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Who was BALDASSARE CASTIGLIONE?


Books & Authors $200

What was CANDIDE?


Books & Authors

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What was THE DEFENSE OF THE SEVEN SACRAMENTS?


Books & Authors $400

What was the BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER?


Books & Authors

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Who was PICO DELLA MIRANDOLA?


Starts with “G”

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Who was GORBACHEV?


Starts with “G”

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Who was GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS?


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Who was GHIBERTI?


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Who was GARIBALDI?


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What was the GULAG ARCHIPELAGO?


Quick Quotes

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What is DOOM?


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What is IRON CURTAIN?


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Who is LOUIS XV?


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Who was HENRY IV (of NAVARRE)?


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Who was JAMES I?


Final jeopardy
Final Jeopardy

Category is …...

Famous Artists

Make your wagers please ….


FINAL

The official court painter of Philip IV of Spain, this artist’s most famous work is entitled “Las Meninas.”

ANSWER


What is
What is

Who was

Diego Vélazquéz


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