Presentation on theme: "Q1. How did the Renaissance spread from Italy to the rest of Europe?"— Presentation transcript:
Q1. How did the Renaissance spread from Italy to the rest of Europe?
A: Printing Press, Routes (trade & travel), and wars
Q2. Describe a Renaissance Man.
A: Well rounded; artistic, athletic, etc.
Q3. How did the printing press help the Renaissance?
A: Made books cheap so people could afford them; encouraged reading of new ideas
Q4: What was the main idea of Machiavelli’s “The Prince?”
A: It is better to be feared than loved.
Q5: What did the Catholic Church do at the Council of Trent?
A: Did not compromise with Protestants. Said pope still had authority.
Q6: Why did the Catholic Church fear the Protestant Reformation?
A: Church was afraid it would lose its followers
Q7: Why did the Japanese go into isolation?
A: They were afraid of European influence changing their culture.
Q8: What effects did the slave trade have on African society?
A: Societies lost their best members; families were separated.
Q9: What is a joint-stock company?
A: Sells stock in overseas trading voyages.
Q10: What is mercantilism?
A: Money=Power. Countries shouldn’t import goods.
Q11: What is an absolute monarch?
A: Ruler with total power. Ruled by DIVINE RIGHT—god-given power.
Q12: Who was King Philip II?
A: King of Spain. Lost when he sent the Spanish Armada to try to defeat Elizabeth I (England).
Q13: What family ruled Austria during 18 th century?
A: Hapsburg family.
Q14: What encouraged Peter the Great to modernize/ westernize Russia?
A: “For you know yourself that, though a thing be good and necessary, our people will not do it unless forced to” after his visit to the west led him to institute absolute control over the people of Russia:
Q15: What is habeus corpus?
A: cannot be imprisoned without a fair trial.
Q16: What is the Petition of Right in England?
A: No quartering of troops, no taxes without Parliament’s consent, no unfair imprisonment.
Q17: After the Glorious Revolution, what type of government was set up in England?
A: Constitutional Monarchy under William and Mary
Q18: What new things were discovered during the Scientific Revolution?
A: New instruments (telescope, microscope). New health discoveries.
Q19: Why did the Church and science not get along during the Scientific Revolution?
A: Science disproved the geocentric theory, which the Church taught.
Q20: Describe the difference between the heliocentric theory and geocentric theory.