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A person who produces work in the vernacular is one who
a) writes in a local language. b) writes stories full of fantasy. c) writes realistic stories. d) writes using verses.
For what is the Medici family famous?
a) for being supporters of the arts b) for being skilled artists. c) for being talented writers. d) for beginning a religious revolution.
How did Italy's location help it become the birthplace of the Renaissance?
a) People could see the remnants of ancient Rome, and had access to ancient writings once thought to be lost. b) It was spared from the Black Death. c) It was isolated from the rest of Europe. d) It developed a powerful navy which helped it to spread ideas by force, if necessary.
In Greek, the word _utopia_ means
a) no place. b) every place. c) best place. d) perfect place.
In what way did Leonardo da Vinci represent the Renaissance Man?
a) He was talented in many different areas. b) He lived in Southern Europe in the 16th century. c) He taught math, science and engineering while creating art. d) He painted and sculpted in the vernacular.
Martin Luther protested the practice of selling indulgences. What was that practice?
a) Catholic officials raised money from the sale of pardons which released people from the penalties for their sins. b) Priests were forced to buy indulgences in order to become a bishop or a cardinal. c) Catholic officials who bought enough indulgences were allowed to get out of their vow of celibacy and marry. d) Charles V was selling them to raise money for building projects in the Holy Roman Empire, promising passage to heaven.
Baptism of children before they were old enougt to appreciate the nature of sin and redemption was invalid according to the
a) Anabaptists. b) Jesuits. c) Calvinists. d) Anglicans.
Predestination was one of the main doctrines of
a) John Calvin. b) Martin Luther. c) Ignatius of Loyola and the Jesuits. d) theocracies.
Renaissance painters in Flanders, as in Italy, tended to produce work that was
a) detailed and realistic. b) based more on idealistic views of humanity rather than reality. c) distorted and bizarre. d) very formal and anti-religious.
The best synonym for secular is
a) worldly. b) religious. c) anti-religious. d) humane.
The Council of Trent agreed that
a) all of these. b) the Catholic Church has the final say on interpreting the Bible. c) salvation requires both faith and good works. d) Church tradition, along with the Bible, is the authority to guide Christianity.
The education of children and missionaries was the principal goal of
a) Ignatius' Jesuits. b) Knox' Presbyterians. c) French Huguenots. d) Anabaptists.
Movable type was first used in
a) China. b) Germany. c) Italy. d) Greece.
The Jesuit order was founded by
a) Ignatius of Loyola. b) Katherina Zell. c) Martin Luther. d) Henry VIII.
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