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100 200 300 400 500 Renaissance Artists Renaissance Writers Protestant Reformation Counter Reformation Pot Luck Famous People
A Renaissance artist who was a highly talented painter, writer, inventor, architect, engineer, mathematician, musician, and philosopher. A 100
A 200 He is famous for the statue of David and the ceiling on the Sistine Chapel
He was most famous for the painting known as The School of Athens. A 300
He used Italian techniques to paint scenes of everyday life. A 400
He perfected the oil painting technique that gave the Flemish School its distinctive style. A 500
He said, “the end justifies the means.” B 100
The Renaissance writer who once wrote an epic about the nine layers of hell. B 200
He wrote the book The Courtier and gave nobles new rules for refined behavior in a humanist society. B 300
Sir Thomas More wrote this book where he tried to describe the perfect world. B 400
Playwright believed by many to be the greatest Renaissance writer. B 500
I wrote the 95 Theses is latin because it was intended for the church leadership. C 100
I was the soldier who had a vision and was led to establish the Jesuits in 1534. C 200
C 300 “Defender of the Faith.”
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After studying the scriptures, he created the doctrine of predestination. C 400
Even as Protestantism was spreading, this country remained Anglican. C 500
This is the name given to the church court of Rome where people were tried when they were accused of being Protestant. D 100
He was the archbishop of Milan who took decisive action to implement reforms decreed by the Council of Trent. D 200
This nun restored the Carmelite order. D 400
D 500 This action was an attempt to reform the Catholic order, and to redistribute wealth.
This is another name given to the common language that most people spoke, during the Renaissance. E 100
Having a worldly rather than a spiritual focus. E 200
E 300 The Church’s scholastic education gave way to the subjects known as the humanities and inspired this movement.
This edict decreed that Martin Luther was an outlaw and condemned his writings. E 400
I was a well educated poet from a wealthy family. My family was also powerful, was located in Florence, and supported the arts. E 500
She firmly established the church of England and persecuted Catholics during her reign. F 100
She was finally able to bear a son for King Henry VIII. F 200
He was put on trial for proving heliocentrism. F 300
His invention is described as revolutionary because with easier access to books, more people learned to read and more books were printed. F 400
He was censored in Paris and condemned by the church because his works fanned the flames of discontent with the Church. F 500
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