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  1. Jeopardy Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.

  2. Choose a point value. Choose a point value. Click here for Final Jeopardy

  3. Muslim Gunpowder Dynasties Renaissance Age of Exploration Grab Bag Reformation 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points

  4. This painting and artist is.

  5. What is the Mona Lisa, Leonardo DaVinci

  6. The Renaissance philosophy of recognizing the potential and achievements of humans.

  7. What is humanism?

  8. This painting and artist are…

  9. What is School of Athens, Raphael?

  10. Identify three categories of Renaissance Art.

  11. What are Architecture, Painting, Sculpture, Textiles (tapestries), Manuscript illumination, Gardens?

  12. Summarize the change in thought between the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.

  13. “Carpe Diem.” In the Renaissance people were living their life for enjoyment and to reach their full potential . In the Middle Ages people were living their lives to serve God and attain all the riches

  14. Define indulgence

  15. Money to the church in exchange for a cleansing of sins.

  16. What was Martin Luther’s major accomplishment that started the Reformation?

  17. The posting of the 95 Theses

  18. Who was Mary I of England. How did she get her nickname?

  19. Temporary Queen of England, related to Elizabeth, daughter of Henry VIII. Liked to burn heretics at the stake.

  20. This was seen as possibly the most influential invention EVER. What, was it, who built it, and how did it influence people?

  21. Gutenberg, the printing press. It helped people by printing the Bible in vernacular, having pictures for those who couldn’t read and spreading ideas from distant places.

  22. How did King Henry VIII’s motives for a new church differ from Martin Luther’s?

  23. Henry VIII wanted a divorce, and Martin Luther wanted change in the ethics and power of the church.

  24. TajMahal

  25. Why was Akbar known as a liberal ruler?

  26. He allows religious freedom and abolishes the tax on non-Muslims. Also allows all people to serve in government, fixes the tax system.

  27. Identify at least two of the effects of the cultural blending the occurred in the Safavid Empire under Shah Abbas.

  28. Cultural blending resulted in reforms in both military and government, Chinese art blending with Persian culture, and the establishment of the carpet textile industry.

  29. What did Suleiman’s soldiers leave behind when he invaded Vienna? It went on to become one of Ms. Western’s favorite things.

  30. They left behind coffee beans which became very popular in Europe

  31. Daily Double! The elite, professional soldiers of the Ottoman army under Suleiman the Magnificent.

  32. Janissaries

  33. Identify at least two things that contributed to the coming of the Age of Exploration.

  34. Black Death led to a population boom, Europe running out of space,

  35. What were the 3 G’s? Why people were exploring?

  36. Gold, Glory, and God.

  37. What was a prized possession in Chinese Courts that came back from exploration?

  38. Exotic animals, specifically the giraffe.

  39. Why did China’s most celebrated explorer and why was he so important?

  40. Zheng He. Explored for China, brought back new materials,

  41. Who is Gavin Menzies, and what is his theory?

  42. 1421. That China discovered America before Europe, but out of all of his research, this is the least supported by evidence.

  43. Marie Antoinette, Madame Deficit

  44. Peter the Great, westernized Russia, St. Petersburg window to the West. Made men cut off their beards.

  45. El Escorial show of Phillip II of Spain’s power.