Chapter 17 – Optional Homework

Chapter 17 – Optional Homework

The period of European history known as the Renaissance roughly covers the time form
C. 1300 to 1600.
The best synonym for secular is
B. worldly.
To become know as an important patron, one most needed to be
A. wealthy.
The technique known as perspective is most useful in creation of
C. two-dimensional art.
A person who produces work “in the vernacular” is one who
D. writes in a local, rather than a classical language.
The intellectual and cultural movement known as humanism arose from the study of
C. classical Greek and Roman culture.
Renaissance painter in Flanders, as in Italy, tended to produce work that was
A. realistic.
In Greek, the work utopia means
B. “no place.”
The first use of movable type was in
D. China.
The printing press was invented by
B. Johann Gutenberg.
Which of the following correctly matches the author with something he wrote?
A. Thomas More and Utopia
Which of the following did Desiderius Erasmus and Francois Rabelais have in common?
C. Both were considered humanists.
Who was the last of Henry VIII’s children to rule England?
L. Elizabeth I
Which official measure made the king, instead of the pope, the head of the English Church?
J. Act of Supremacy
Who was the wife of a king of England, the mother of a queen of England, and the aunt of an emperor of the Holy Roman Empire?
H. Catherine of Aragon
Whom did Henry VIII want to marry badly enough to prompt his break with the Roman Catholic Church and the pope?
K. Anne Boleyn
Which term originally referred to German prince who was no loyal to the pope?
B. Protestant
Which term means “to take back a statement”?
N. recant
Who was the first of Henry VIII’s children to rule England?
O. Edward VI
Which official measure made it a crime to give Martin Luther food and shelter?
D. Edict of Worms
Which term refers to a pardon that releases a sinner from a penalty for committing a sin?
E. indulgence
Who was beheaded after being unable to produce a male heir for Henry VIII?
K. Anne Boleyn
Which term means “to set aside”?
M. annul
Who ruled England for nearly 45 years?
L. Elizabeth I
The followers of John Knox became known as
D. Presbyterians.
Predestination was one of the main doctrines of
B. Calvinism.
The founder of the religious order known as the Jesuits was
C. Ignatius of Loyola.
The education of children and missionaries
A. the Jesuits
The Council of Trent agreed that
B. the Church’s interpretation of the Bible is final.
Only the baptism of adults was valid to the
D. Anabaptists.
Across – 3. Taught that salvation was predestined (2wrds)
John Calvin
Across – 5. French Calvinists
Huguenots
Across – 6. Church of England
Anglican
Across – 9. Native language
Vernacular
Across – 11. Creates appearance of three dimensions
Perspective
Across – 12. Followers of Ignatius of Loyola
Jesuits
Across – 13. Non-Catholic Christians
Protestants
Down – 1. Great Flemish Renaissance painter (3 wrds)
Jan Van Eyck
Down – 2. A pardon sold by a priest
Indulgence
Down – 4. Meeting of Catholic leaders to discuss reforms (3 wrds)
Council of Trent
Down – 7. Protestants believing in adult baptism
Anabaptists
Down – 8. System of thought focused on human potential
Humanism
Down – 10. Ruling family of Florence
Medici