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QUESTION 1 Describe how the Bubonic Plague can be seen as a positive event leading up to the Renaissance.
Question 2 What time period preceded the Renaissance? What are some characteristics of this era?
Question 3 Who were the four major artists of the Italian Renaissance?
Question 4 What does the term “Renaissance” translate to and why is it an appropriate term to use to describe this time period?
Question 5 What is humanism? How did people living during the Renaissance follow through in following this belief?
Question 6 Who did scholars of the Renaissance look to for inspiration for their “rebirth”? Describe a piece of art that was created during the Renaissance that depicts this return to former glory.
Question 7 Why did the Renaissance began in Italy? How it spread to the rest of Europe?
Question 8 How did the ideas of the Renaissance help to influence the Protestant Reformation and the Scientific Revolution?
Question 9 Which invention or discovery during the Northern Renaissance was arguably the most important in world history? Who was it created by?
Question 10 In what two nations did the Northern Renaissance mainly take place in?
Question 11 Describe: Vernacular
Question 12 What was the geocentric theory? Who proved this wrong and with what theory did they propose?
Question 13 How did economics and politics change during the Renaissance?
Question 14 How did culture and society change during the Renaissance?
Question 15 Name this work and the artist:
Question 16 Name this work and the artist:
Question 17 Name this work and the artist:
Question 18 Name this work and the artist:
Question 19 Name this work and the artist:
Question 20 Name this work and the artist:
Question 21 Name this work and the artist:
Question 22 Name this work and the artist:
Question 23 Who was Dante and what famous work did he write? What language was it written in?
Question 24 What did Erasmus believe in?
Question 25 Who was Sir Thomas More and what did he desire?
Question 26 Name this person: Famous playwright who created plays that are still being performed today and contributed hundreds of words to the modern dictionary.
Question 27 What event enraged Martin Luther to write his 95 Theses?
Question 28 This town in Germany was home to the church that Martin Luther hammered his 95 Theses to.
Question 29 Name the two reformers that came before Luther that also attempted to reform the church.
Question 30 Why was the heliocentric theory dangerous to the teachings of the church?
Question 31 LAST QUESTION THREE POINT CHALLENEGE Name the man that enraged Martin Luther with his speech on indulgences.
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