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Review of Humanism. By: Richard. Vocabulary.

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vocabulary
Vocabulary

Secular: Not concerned with religion.Patron: Wealthy person who provides artists with financial support. Philosopher: Thinker who investigates the nature of truth, existence and knowledge. Theologian: Thinker who studies God and divine truth.

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Vocabulary

Reformation: It was the European Christian reform movement that established protestantism as a constituent branch of contemporary Christianity.Humanism: Saw potential to humanise belief in education, change and hope.

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Vocabulary

Urbanization: The process of people increasingly moving into town.Theses: It is a document submitted in support of candidature for an academic degree or professional qualification presenting the author’s research and findings.

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Vocabulary

Erudite: Scholarly, well-educated.Reform: Profound change in an institution with a view to improving it.

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Questions
  • 1: When was the first book printed?
  • 2: Who was Thomas More?
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  • 3: Where did humanists get their inspiration?
  • 4: True or false: the church was rich.
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  • 5: Who was Martin Luther?
  • 6: When was the Council of Trent?
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  • 7: What was the purpose of the Council of Trent?
  • 8: True or false: the Italian Renaissance spread through Europe.
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  • 9: Who lived in the St. Peter’s Basilica?
  • 10: When Martin Luther wrote Ninety-Five Theses?
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  • 11: What is humanism?
  • 12: What is the Reformation?
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  • 13: What were the Ninety-Five Theses?
  • 14: What did the humanists believe about education?
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  • 15: What did Martin Luther do to make the Bible accessible?
  • 16: Who was Henry VIII?
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  • 17:In painting, what is perspective?
  • 18: What is a characteristic of the Netherlands Renaissance?
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  • 19: What were Protestant religious services like?
  • 20: True or false: Catholic clergy could marry.
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  • 1: 1455.
  • 2: The most important English humanist, who wrote Utopia.
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  • 3: Ancient Greek and Roman philosophers.
  • 4: True.
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  • 5: He started the Reformation.
  • 6: 1545-63.
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  • 7: Its purpose was to decide how to react to the Reformation.
  • 8: True.
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  • 9: The Pope.
  • 10: 1517.
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  • 11: Humanism is an idea that believes that humans should be the individual’s central concern.
  • 12: The Reformation was a movement that began as an attempt to reform the Roman Catholic
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  • 13: The Ninety-Five Theses were addressed to the pope, and they described the things about the Catholic Church that were bad.
  • 14: Humanists believed in education that focused on individual development and growth.
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  • 15: He translated the Bible.
  • 16: He founded a new church because of a personal conflict with the pope.
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  • 17: It is a technique for representing three dimensions on a flat surface.
  • 18: There were portraits painted of wealthy merchants and bankers.
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  • 19: They were in a simple building.
  • 20: False.
15 facts
15 facts
  • Artists of the Italian Renaissance were inspired by the works of ancient Greece and Rome.
  • The artists of the Renaissance wanted to show the beauty of the human body.
  • The Renaissance lasted from the mid-15th century to the end of the 16th century.
  • Humanism is an idea that believes that humans should be the individual’s central concern.
  • Humanism dominated the thought of Europe’s intellectual elite in the 16th century.
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15 facts
  • Humanists believed in education that focused on individual development and growth.
  • During the Renaissance, the printing press enabled ideas to spread far and wide.
  • By dissecting corpses, scientists learned more about human anatomy, which led to advances in medicine.
  • The Reformation was a movement that began as an attempt to reform the Roman Catholic Church and led to the founding of new branches of the Christian religion.
  • Martin Luther started the Reformation.
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15 facts
  • The Council of Trent was a discussion between the bishops and the Catholic sovereigns of Europe on how to react to the Reformation.
  • Protestantism has no devotion to the Virgin Mary and the saints.
  • In Protestantism all Christians were encouraged to read and interpret the Bible.
  • In the 16th Century, after the Reformation, Christian Europe found itself divided into three groups: Orthodox, Roman Catholic and Protestant.
  • The Ninety-Five Theses were addressed to the pope, and they described the things about the Catholic Church that were bad.
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