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Unit 7 - 9th

Unit 7: The Renaissance (required)

TermDefinition
95 Theses list of reforms Martin Luther believed the Catholic Church needed, like ending indulgences
branches of Christianity (3 total) Catholic, Orthodox, Protestant
Galileo invented the telescope
heliocentric model Copernicus idea that the sun is the center of the solar system
Henry VIII (8th) English king who created the protestant Anglican Church (Church of England) after the pope refused to grant him a divorce
humanism Renaissance idea that the individual was important
indulgence document sold by the Catholic Church that forgave an individual of their sins
Johannes Gutenberg created the printing press in Europe
Martin Luther German monk who posted the 95 Theses on a Catholic church beginning the Protestant Reformation
movable type letter blocks used with the printing press to copy books
printing press developed by Gutenberg in Europe that increased literacy rates
Protestant Reformation (cause, result) began by Martin Luther when he posted the 95 Theses, it created the Protestant religion which spread to England and Germany
Renaissance (origin, characteristics) began in Italy and saw a rebirth of learning in Europe
Scientific Revolution (origin, characteristics) individuals in Europe began to question science
Created by: Moschak