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Unit 8 HIST Prof.

Renaissance and Reformation

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Who actually tested Aristotle’s theory concerning heavy objects? A. Copernicus B. Aristotle C. Galileo Galilei D. Fahrenheit C. Galileo Galilei
Johannes Kepler discovered that the orbit of Mars was an oval by using _________ A. Mathematics B. Science C. History D. Social Studies A. Mathematics
Which city played a central role in the growth of the Renaissance? A. Florence B. Venice C. Rome D. Jerusalem A. Florence
What year did a Dutch inventor create the first telescope? A. 1543 B. 1608 C. 1714 D. 1752 B. 1608
Performing an experiment to prove or disprove a theory is known as ___________ A. Field-testing B. An earth-centered method C. Theory testing D. The scientific method D. Scientific method
Who led French troops in the Battle of Orléans? A. Isabella B. Prince Charles C. Joan of Arc D. King Edward III C. Joan of Arc
What year did Benjamin Franklin invent the lighting rod? A. 1714 B. 1752 C. 1796 D. 1799 B. 1752
Which scientist discovered the law of planetary motion? A. Nicolaus Copernicus B. Leonardo Da Vinci C. Johannes Kepler D. Isaac Newton C. Johannes Kepler
What year did Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit invent the first mercury thermometer? A. 1608 B. 1714 C. 1752 D. 1796 B. 1714
I painted the ceiling of the Pope’s headquarters in Rome. Who am I? A. Leonardo da Vinci B. Martin Luther C. Michelangelo Buonarroti D. Nicolaus Copernicus C. Michelangelo Buonarroti
What year did Nicolaus Copernicus discover that the Earth travels around the Sun? A. 1543 B. 1608 C. 1752 D. 1799 A. 1543
Based on Ch. 4.3 passage: Why did Luther post the Ninety-Five Theses? A. To reform the Church B. To leave the Church C. To start the Lutheran Church D. To apologize to the Pope A. To reform the Church
I invented plans for a submarine and a helicopter. Who am I? A. King Henry VIII of England B. Leonardo da Vinci C. Martin Luther D. Michelangelo Buonarroti B. Leonardo da Vinci
I said that Earth revolves around the sun. Who am I? A. King Henry VIII of England B. Leonardo da Vinci C. Michelangelo Buonarroti D. Nicolaus Copernicus D. Nicolaus Copernicus
Based on Ch. 5.1 passage: Galileo discovered that the surface of ______________ is uneven. A. The Moon B. Earth C. Jupiter D. The Sun A. The Moon
I declared myself head of the Anglican Church. Who am I? A. King Henry VIII of England B. Leonardo da Vinci C. Martin Luther D. Nicolaus Copernicus A. King Henry VIII of England
I wrote 95 arguments about why the Catholic Church needed to change, and started the Reformation. Who am I? A. King Henry VIII of England B. Leonardo da Vinci C. Martin Luther D. Nicolaus Copernicus C. Martin Luther
Based on Ch. 4.3 passage: According to Martin Luther, how is a person saved? A. By indulgences B. By faith and good works C. By faith in God alone D. By reading the Bible C. By faith in God alone
Based on Ch. 4.3 passage: When did the church call Luther an outlaw? A. 1517 B. 1521 C. 1525 D. 1529 B. 1521
Based on Ch. 5.1 passage: What beliefs caused Galileo to fall out of favor with many of Europe’s rulers? A. Beliefs about the Milky Way B. Beliefs about the solar system C. Beliefs about language D. Beliefs about the planet Jupiter B. Beliefs about the solar system
What year did Edward Jenner become the first scientist to use a vaccine? A. 1543 B. 1608 C. 1796 D. 1799 C. 1796
Based on Ch. 5.1 passage: When was the first telescope created? A. 1602 B. 1608 C. 1616 D. 1687 B. 1608
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