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Chapter 12 Test Review
1. A noble must have all of these characteristics EXCEPT
a standard education.
2. In the Italian family, the mother’s chief role was to
supervise the household.
3. Leonardo da Vinci was all of the following EXCEPT a(n)
4. ______ was called the father of Italian Renaissance humanism.
5. The Divine Comedy includes all of these three sections EXCEPT
6. The Flemish painter Jan van Eyck was one of the first to use and perfect this technique.
7. Thomas More’s book Utopia is about
an ideal state.
8. The war between France and Spain for control of Italy ended when the
Spanish mercenaries were let loose to sack the city of Rome.
9. Leonardo da Vinci was an excellent example of Renaissance Italy’s social ideal because he
was a painter, sculptor, architect, inventor, and mathematician.
10. Christine de Pizan is best known for her
works written in defense of women.
11. The frescoes painted by ____ have long been regarded as the first masterpieces of early Renaissance art.
12.Christian humanists believed that
if people read the classics, and especially the basic works of Christianity, they would become more pious.
13. Which of the following was the first Protestant faith?
14. The Peace of Augsburg formally
accepted the division of Christianity in Germany.
15. Part of Calvin’s reformation of the city of Geneva included
the formation of the Consistory.
16. Despite their importance in developing a new view of the family, Protestants
did nothing to change women’s subordinate role in society.
17. Which of the following founded the Society of Jesus, also known as the Jesuits?
Ignatius of Loyola
18. In 1528, Baldassare Castiglione wrote The Book of the Courtier, which
described the characteristics of a perfect Renaissance noble.
19. Parents in Renaissance Italy carefully arranged marriages, often to
strengthen business or family ties.
20. Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales is an important work because
Chaucer’s use of the English vernacular was important in making his dialect the chief ancestor of the modern English language.
21. The ____ movement had a profound effect on education.
22. The High Renaissance in Italy is associated with which three artists
Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael, and Michelangelo
23. Which of the following was the best known of all Christian humanists?
24. The publication of Martin Luther’s Ninety-five Theses
attacked the abuses in the sale of indulgences, beginning the Protestant Reformation.
25. Calvin agreed with Luther on most important doctrines EXCEPT
26. Both Catholics and Protestants considered the ____ to be dangerous radicals.
27. What event occurred in 1534?
Church of England separates from Rome.
“Since then Your Majesty and your lordships desire a simple reply, I will answer without horns and without teeth. Unless I am convicted by Scripture and plain reason—I do not accept the authority of popes and councils, for they have contradicted each other—my conscience is captive to the Word of God. I cannot and I will not recant anything, for to go against conscience is neither right nor safe. Here I stand, I cannot do otherwise. God help me. Amen.” —Here I Stand quoted in A Life of Martin Luther, Roland Bainton
28. According to the passage, Martin Luther opposes
the authority of popes and councils.
“Everyone realizes how praiseworthy it is for a prince to honor his word and to be straightforward rather than crafty in his dealings; nonetheless experience shows that princes who have achieved great things have been those who have given their word lightly, who have known how to trick men with their cunning, and who, in the end, have overcome those abiding by honest principles.... A prince, therefore, need not necessarily have all the good qualities I mentioned above, but he should certainly appear to have them.... He should not deviate from what is good, if that is possible, but he should know how to do evil, if that is necessary.” —The Prince, George Bull, trans., 1981
29. According to the passage, a prince must appear to be
30. What event occurred in 1498?
Savonarola is sentenced to death for heresy.
31.conquered Milan after the death of the last Visconti ruler 32.took control of Florence from the Medici family 33.based on the study of the literary works of Greece and Rome 34.his masterpiece in the Italian vernacular was the Divine Comedy 35.major goal was the reform of the Catholic Church
31. Francesco Sforza 32. Girolamo Savonarola 33. humanism 34. Dante 35. Christian humanism
36.best known of all the Christian humanists 37.made Martin Luther an outlaw in the Holy Roman Empire 38.belief that God had determined in advance who would be saved and who would be damned 39.established the Church of England in 1534 40.regarded as dangerous radicals by Protestants and Catholics
36. Desiderius Erasmus 37. Edict of Worms 38. predestination 39. Henry VIII 40. Anabaptists
41.This family controlled the government of Florence from behind the scenes. 42.wrote the influential political book The Prince 43.the father of Italian Renaissance humanism 44.wrote The Book of the City of Ladies 45.a release from all or part of the punishment for sin
41. Medici 42. Niccolò Machiavelli 43. Petrarch 44. Christine de Pizan 45. indulgence
46.began the Protestant Reformation 47.downplayed religious dogma and stressed the need to follow the teachings of Jesus 48.introduced Protestant reforms in Zürich 49.published the Institutes of the Christian Religion 50.a special body for enforcing moral discipline
46. Martin Luther 47. the Modern Devotion 48. Ulrich Zwingli 49. John Calvin 50. Consistory