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Wars of Religion Jeopardy Mr. Howard Mayo and Miss Devin Tilley Mount Airy High School
PeopleReligionsCountriesLeadersConflictsSociety and Art Random Final Jeopardy
After Charles V, who tried to re-impose Catholicism in Spain? 100
Philip II Peopl e
Fought to maintain Catholicism in France 200
Catherine de Medici Peopl e
Believed in Predestination 300
John Calvin BONUS People
What Roman painter is the first important painter of the Baroque era?
Unitarian humanist who was burned at the stake for denying the Trinity 400
Michael Servetus Peopl e
A humanist who translated the English Bible, which later led to the basis for the King James version 500
William Tyndale Peopl e
Created by John Calvin 100
Rejected church authority 200
This group governed the church and became the dominant religion in Scotland 300
Presbyterianism BONUS Religions
Complete the analogy Services emphasized sermon: Services emphasized Eucharist as ___ : ____
Pope Paul III challenged this group during the Counter Reformation 400
“ What is Moriscos ?” 500
Christian Moors Religions
Mary Tudor ruled what country? 100
What country experienced a “Golden Age” during the 17th century? 200
In what country was the second phase of the Thirty Years’ War? 300
Holy Roman Empire Countries
Due to the Pilgrimmage of Grace, a huge rebellion broke out in what country? 400
The Dutch closing of the Scheldt River resulted in the rise of what country? 500
Amsterdam BONUS Countries
Angela Mercini’s ‘Ursuline Order of Nuns’ resulted in Ursulines spreading to what European country?
Who was the leader of the Roundheads? 100
Oliver Cromwell Leaders
Leader of the Swiss Reformation 200
Ulrich Zwingly Leaders
Supported Catholicism and was awarded the title as “Defender of the Faith” by the Pope 300
Henry VIII Leaders
What pope refused to grant Henry VIII papal dispensation? 400
Pope Clement VII Leaders
Who produced the book Spiritual Exercises? 500
Ignatius Loyala BONUS Leaders
What pope issued a papal bull accusing Jews of killing Christ and ordered them to be placed in ghettos?
Pope Paul IV Leaders
What war consisted of four phases (Bohemian, Danish, Swedish, and French)? 100
Thirty Years’ War Conflicts
William of Orange (the Netherlands) led during which revolt against the Spanish Inquisition? 200
After Henry VIII created the Anglican Church, which conflicted with the Catholic Church, what made the King the official head of the Church? 300
The Act of Supremacy Conflicts
What was was political, not religious? 400
Hapsburg-Valois Wars Conflicts
Between 1560 and 1648, Spain sought to squash what religion in the Mediterranean? 500
Islam BONUS Conflicts
What triggered war in Bohemia?
Defenestration of Prague Conflicts
What painting style developed during in the late 16th century, early 17th century? 100
Baroque Society and Art
Painted the canopy over the high alter of St. Peter’s Cathedral 200
Bernini Society and Art
Began in Catholic Reformation countries to teach in a concrete and emotional way 300
Baroque painting BONUS Society and Art
What was Bernini’s greatest architectural achievement?
Colonnade Society and Art
During this period, the Index of Forbidden Books was strongly enforced 400
Roman Inquisition Society and Art
Germany could not move toward unification because of what? 500
Spreading of Lutheranism in Germany by France Society and Art
Was known as “Bloody Mary” 100
Mary Tudor Random
What two royal families were pitted against each other after the death of Henry II 200
Bourbons and Valois Random
What treaty ended the Catholic Reformation in Germany? 300
Treaty of Westphalia Random
A republic that abolished the monarchy and the House of Lords 400
The Commonwealth Random
“rule without king” 500
The Interregnum BONUS Random
When Zwingli officially split with Luther over the issue of Eucharist
Colloquy of Marburg Random
Calvin’s foundational work for Calvinism
Institutes of the Christian Religion
Catholic Reformation Pope Paul III ( ): Most important pope in reforming the Church and challenging Protestantism Rather than instituting.
THIS IS With Host... Your France England Germany Spain Key Figures Vocabulary Terms.
Pope Leo X excommunicated Luther in 1520 after Luther refused to recant his statements – Realized that Luther had become a threat Holy Roman Emperor.
Constitutional Struggles of the Seventeenth Century Absolute Monarchy & Limited Monarchy History 103 The West and the World.
100 Years War and Black Death Scientific Advances which contradicted the Church The Corruption within the Catholic Church.
The Christian Reformations Protestant Reformation.
The Reformation (Review) VOCABULARY PAPAL STATES INDULGENCES MILLENARIANISM SIMONY NEPOTISM 95 THESES PEACE OF AUGSBURG HUGUENOTS VOCABULARY EDICT OF NANTES.
Chapter ’s and 1600’s Catholic Church set out to defeat Protestantism and convince people to return to the Church This triggered a series of bloody.
LutheransRomanCatholic Calvinism Vocab/Misc Anglican
Wars, Rebellion, and the Rise of Nation States History 103 The West and the World.
Political Divisions & Religious Warfare I HST 311.
+ The Protestant Reformation. + Started in the early 1500s Protestant: someone who protests Reformation: a movement to change something (in this case.
“As soon as the coin in the coffer rings, the soul from purgatory springs” Luther was disgusted by sale of relics as a means of achieving salvation Issued.
CHAPTER 16 THE PROTESTANT REFORMATIONS AND THE POLITICAL TRANSFORMATION OF EUROPE
REFORMATION Explain the principal causes and key events of the Reformation, including conflicts....and figures……
JEOPARDY POWERPOINT TEMPLATES. PoliticsProtestant Reformation Catholic Counter Reformation Art and Literature Misc. $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 FINAL JEOPARDY.
The Wars of Religion 1525 – Causes: Attempts to enforce religious uniformity Religion as an excuse for rebellion.
Multi- Q Introd uction Welcome to … Skip RulesJEOPARDYJEOPARDY.
Bell Quiz (pgs. 363 – 371) 1. This is a religious revolution that split the church in western Europe and created a number of new Christian churches. 2.
Chapter 17 Sec. 4: Catholics & Protestants I.Counter- Reformation A.Under Pope Paul III, the Catholic Church began reform at the council at Trent, near.
16 th Century religious reform movement Led to new Christian sects not answerable to the Pope Also known as the PROTESTANT REFORMATION.
■ Essential Question: – How did the Catholic Church respond to the Protestant Reformation (people protest against church)? ■ Warm-Up : “ACTIVE” 5 minutes…
Team ATeam BTeam C Paul Kennedy.
Chapter 14 Part 2. Background to the continuation of the Hapsburg-Valois Wars in the Holy Roman Empire 1531 The League of Schmalkalden: formed by the.
OTHER RELIGIONS OF THE REFORMATION. England Becomes Protestant Henry VIII wanted a son but his wife only had a daughter Henry VIII asked the pope.
■ Essential Question: – How did the Roman Catholic Church respond to the Protestant Reformation? – Do Now: In a quick write, identify and explain at least.
Summarize the factors that encouraged the Protestant Reformation. Analyze Martin Luther’s role in shaping the Protestant Reformation. OBJECTIVES How did.
Bellringer Militant armada inflation witchcraft divine right commonwealth Ch. 14 Sec. 2 Pgs
Politics of the Reformation: The Wars of Religion.
The Reformation Spreads. England Becomes Protestant Henry VIII Wants a Son Henry has only daughter, needs male heir to rule England Henry wants a divorce;
The Protestant Reformation Early 1500s to Mid 1600s.
The Reformation The Catholic Church Changes!. 1.Weakening of the Catholic Church: The Breaking of Vows By the 1300s, many people felt that the church.
The Reformation ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS: WHAT CONDITIONS CAN ENCOURAGE THE DESIRE FOR REFORM? HOW CAN REFORM INFLUENCE SOCIETY AND BELIEFS?
Supported Martin Luther’s reform Believed in Predestination – God has already determined who will go to heaven before birth Nothing people can do can.
REFORMATION. R. H. Bainton The Reformation of the 16 c Thus, the papacy emerged as something between an Italian city-state and European power, without.
Protestant Reformation Causes Key People Consequences.
The Protestant Reformation Plays Out in America Unit 2: Part 1.
The Reformation DVD. Roman Catholic Church Powerful throughout the Middle Ages Became corrupt Led to the Reformation.
Class 9: History Later 16 th C Ann T. Orlando 1 February 2006.
The Reformation of Christianity. Erasmus and Christian Humanism As humanism spread to northern Europe it took on a more religious form. Scholars focused.
The Protestant Reformation Original source: Susan M. Pojer.
The Reformation Change in the Catholic Church!. 1.Weakening of the Catholic Church: The Breaking of Vows By the 1300s, many people felt that the church.
The Reformation A New Path in Religion. Martin Luther 1517 a young monk challenges the Roman Catholic Church. Taught at Wittenberg university, Germany.
The Reformation and Exploration. The Reformation Overview: A religious revolution, grounded in the Christian Humanism of Northern Europe during the 15.
Reformation Europe. Martin Luther Martin Luther German monk German monk Criticized the Church Criticized the Church Indulgence, corruption, focus on.
The Catholic Reformation Rather than instituting new doctrines, he sought to improve church discipline through existing doctrine. The Catholic.
Objectives Discuss the developments that led to the Reformation. Discuss the developments that led to the Reformation. Describe how Martin Luther protested.
Protestantism’s Spread & The Catholic Response SS.A.3.4.2; SS.B.1.4.4; SS.B
Reform: to change Reformation: a reform movement against the Roman Catholic Church.
THE POLITICS OF RELIGIOUS CHANGE. LUTHERANISM Lutheran princes formed Schmalkaldic League War with Charles V, 1546 Peace of Augsburg, 1555: affirmed.
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