Chapter 1 Review. HWC Jeopardy. Italian Renaissance. Artist who painted The Last Supper and Mona Lisa. Who was da Vinci?. 5 POINTS. Italian Renaissance. A series of them led to interaction between Christians and Muslims. What were the Crusades?. 10 POINTS. Italian Renaissance.
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Artist who painted The Last Supper and Mona Lisa.
Who was da Vinci?
A series of them led to interaction between Christians and Muslims.
What were the Crusades?
His book, The Prince, was a guide to ruthless leadership.
Who was Machiavelli?
Renaissance art had the appearance of a third dimension because artists used it.
What is perspective?
The city at the heart of the Renaissance.
What was Florence?
He is known as much for his paintings as for the sculptures he loved to create.
Who was Michelangelo?
Location where some of Michelangelo’s greatest work is on display.
Where is the Sistine Chapel?
Italian artist who painted the School of Athens.
Who was Raphael?
Inventor of the European moveable-type printing press.
Who was Johann Gutenberg?
A government run by religious leaders.
What is a theocracy?
God determines salvation before birth.
What is predestination?
A religious group which has broken away from an established church.
What is a sect?
They believed only in adult baptism.
Who were Anabaptists?
It ended the religious civil wars in Germany.
What was the Peace of Augsburg?
It was convened to address concerns within the Roman Catholic Church.
What was the Council of Trent?
City led by Zwingli.
What was Geneva?
Name an English playwright.
Known for his engravings.
Who was Durer?
A Flemish Christian Humanist author.
Who was Erasmus?
Known for his fine detail and bright colors.
Who was van Eyck?
Many of his paintings focused on everyday peasant life.
Who was Bruegel?
Under a female ruler in England, the Renaissance took this special name?
What was the Elizabethan Era?
Less frequently used method of painting in the north.
What is fresco?
They focused on secular subjects, rather than religious ones.
Who were Christian humanists?
He began the Protestant Reformation.
Who was Martin Luther?
Luther’s list of complaints about the RCC.
What were the 95 Theses?
Name of the Church of England under Elizabeth.
What is Anglican?
Roman Catholic Tudor monarch.
Who was Mary I or Henry VIII?
Henry VIII’s dead elder brother.
Who is Arthur Tudor?
Protestant sect which believed in predestination.
What is Calvinism?
Founder of the Society of Jesus.
Who was Ignatius of Loyola?
He was executed because he refused to support Henry VIII’s separation from the RCC.
Who was Thomas More?