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  1. Welcome to AP European History Sample History Bowl Unit 1: Renaissance and Expansion

  2. Complete all of Rounds 1 and 2 before going to the Ultimate Question Click on “Round 1” to access categories and questions (in Slide Show mode). Round 1 Round 2 Not Available for Sample Ultimate Question Scores can be changed manually in Slide Show mode. Cosimo de’ Medici Niccolo Machiavelli Erasmus of Rotterdam

  3. Feeling Religious Renaissance Philosophy New Monarchs Wars and the Military Click on any of the top squares to return to the Scoreboard. Let’s Exlore Visual Arts $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500

  4. $100 This 14th-century Florentine is considered the “father” of Humanism in Renaissance Italy. Scoreboard Answer

  5. $100 Who is Petrarch? Round 1

  6. $200 This philosopher wrote On the Dignity of Man and believed humans were capable of achieving great things. Scoreboard Answer

  7. $200 Who is Pico Della Mirandola? Round 1

  8. $300 This Lord Chancellor to Henry VIII wrote Utopia, a view of an ideal society based on Renaissance ideals. Scoreboard Answer

  9. $300 Who is Thomas More? Round 1

  10. History Double Place a bet between $100 to $1000 (or higher if you have more money) Question

  11. $400 The Courtier, written by this diplomat, was the most important work on courtly behavior and the ideal of the quintessential Renaissance man. Scoreboard Answer

  12. $400 Who is Baldassare Castiglione? Round 1

  13. $500 This Frenchman’s development of the essay form and his ideas of skepticismmade him an important figure in the late Renaissance. Scoreboard Answer

  14. $500 Who is Michel de Montaigne? Round 1

  15. $100 This long war between England and France resulted in England’s loss of nearly all its French territories. Scoreboard Answer

  16. $100 What is the Hundred Years’ War? Round 1

  17. $200 This young peasant quasi-military leader helped the French defeat England in the Hundred Year’s War. Scoreboard Answer

  18. $200 Who is Joan of Arc? Round 1

  19. $300 The mutinous armies of this emperor sacked Rome in 1527. Scoreboard Answer

  20. $300 Who is Charles V? Round 1

  21. $400 This late-fifteenth century struggle between two noble families led to the rise of the Tudor Dynasty in England. Scoreboard Answer

  22. $400 What is the War of the Roses? Round 1

  23. $500 This policy resulted in the expulsion of Moors and Jews from Spain in the late-15th century. Scoreboard Answer

  24. $500 What is the reconquista? Round 1

  25. $100 This sculptor created in the 15th century the first bronze statue since antiquity. Scoreboard Answer

  26. $100 Who is Donatello? Round 1

  27. $200 Michelangelo built a huge dome atop this basilica for the pope in the early-16th century. Scoreboard Answer

  28. $200 What is St. Peter’s Basilica? Round 1

  29. $300 This technique was developed by Giotto to create 3-D effects. He used contrasts of light and dark colors. Scoreboard Answer

  30. $300 What is chiaroscuro? Round 1

  31. $400 This master of perspective built in Florence the then-largest dome in the world, known as Il Duomo. Scoreboard Answer

  32. $400 Who is Brunelleschi? Round 1

  33. $500 This German was the foremost Northern Renaissance artist, a master of the woodcut. Scoreboard Answer

  34. $500 Who is Albrecht Dürer? Round 1

  35. $100 This “arachnid” monarch in France created a royal army and suppressed the nobility in the late-fifteenth century. Scoreboard Answer

  36. $100 Who is Louis XI (the “Spider King”)? Round 1

  37. $200 These two monarchs united Spain in the late 15th century and established the Reconquista. Scoreboard Answer

  38. $200 Who are Ferdinand and Isabella? Round 1

  39. $300 This French ruler instituted the taille and took power of appointing bishops away from the Church in the Concordat of Bologna (1516). Scoreboard Answer

  40. $300 Who is Francis I? Round 1

  41. $400 This late-15th century Tudor used the Star Chamber to reduce the power of the nobility. Scoreboard Answer

  42. $400 Who is Henry VII? Round 1

  43. $500 This ruler, though not really a “new monarch,” led both the Spanish and Austrian Hapsburg branches and was the most powerful European ruler of the 16th century. Scoreboard Answer

  44. $500 Who is Charles V? Round 1

  45. $100 This northern humanist wrote a powerful critique of Catholic Church abuses in In Praise of Folly. Scoreboard Answer

  46. $100 Who is Erasmus? Round 1

  47. $200 This turn-of-the-16th-century pontiff was the most worldly and corrupt of the Renaissance popes. He was a huge patron of Renaissance Art. Scoreboard Answer

  48. $200 Who is Alexander VI? Round 1

  49. $300 This fourteenth century English theologian believed the Church should only follow scripture. His followers were the Lollards. Scoreboard Answer

  50. $300 Who is John Wyclif? Round 1