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Who is a scientist best known for theory on gravity?
Sir Isaac Newton
Who wrote plays with human emotions and feelings
Who was the first person to try to circumnavigate the world; his crew made it, but he did not
Who was a patron of the arts in Florence, Italy?
Who was an artist, engineer, scientist, and inventor of the Renaissance?
Leonardo da Vinci
Who was the first person to sail around the southern tip of Africa and on to India?
Vasco da Gama
Who was a scientist who supported the theory that the Earth revolves around the sun; he was jailed and forced to recant. He improved the telescope.
Who nailed the 95 Theses to the church door opposing corrupt church practices?
Who developed the first movable type printing press?
Who was an English philosopher who thought that government should be a contract between a ruler and the people?
What was the Renaissance?
A period of change in thought, arts, and sciences
How did the Renaissance art differ from medieval art?
Renaissance art showed the importance of life on earth, not just religious life.
The term “Renaissance” is French for what?
Where did the Renaissance start?
Which city was the heart (center) of the Renaissance movement in Europe?
During the Renaissance, many artists and writers became interested in what?
Spain’s chief goal in the Americas was what?
Which type of ship enabled the Voyages of Discovery to take place from Europe?
What were Protestants?
Protestants were Christians who broke with the Catholic Church over religious issues.
Which nation was the first to claim large areas of land in the Americas?
At the time of the Enlightenment, most of Europe was ruled by who?
Monarchs who believed in their divine right.
Lorenzo Medici was a patron of the arts, which led to…
The Renaissance starting in Florence, Italy.
The printing press made print, books, and communication more available to the people, which led to…
A more educated, informed, and literate society.
Scientists used observation and logical thinking during this time, which started the…
During the Scientific Revolution inventions such as the astrolabe, compass, and telescope were invented, which started…
The Age of Exploration and the Voyages of Discovery.
Following other major changes, people began reasoning about natural rights, which led to…
Political and governmental changes during the Enlightenment.
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