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Who wrote the 95 thesis'? Martin Luther
What is an indulgence? A pardon of sin by paying money or buying your way into heaven
What is reformation? A religious reform against corruption of the catholic church
What did Northern European artists focus on in their paintings? religious and secular matters
How was the Northern Renaissance different from the one in Italy? Focused more on religion
Why was the time period right for the Northern Renaissance to begin? The bubonic plague and Hundred years' war ended. Which allowed people to get an education.
What was a social reason for the cause of the reformation? Printing press helped to spread ideas critical to church
What was a political reason for the cause of the reformation? Many leaders viewed the pope as a foreign ruler and challenged his authority
What was a religious reason for the cause of the reformation? Some leaders had become worldly and corrupt
What was an economic reason for the cause of the reformation? European princes and kings were jealous of the church's wealth
What does Renaissance mean? Rebirth of art and creativity based on Greek and Roman knowledge
What are patrons? Church leaders during the Renaissance beautified Rome and other cities by spending huge amounts of money for art.
What is Humanism? intellectual movement that focused on human potential and achievements.
What is a Renaissance Man or Woman? A well-rounded person
What is perspective? artistic technique that creates the appearance of three dimensions on a flat Surface.
Who was considered a "renaissance man"? Leonardo De Vinci
Who was famous for his use of perspective? Raphael
What was Albrecht Durer? a painter
What was Hans Holbein? A writer
Who published the book Institutes of the Christian Religion? John Calvin
What is Calvinism? The religion based on Calvin’s teachings
What did the book Institutes of the Christian Religion express? ideas about God, salvation, and human nature.
What are Presbyterians? Followers of Knox
What is a theocracy? a government controlled by religious leaders
What were Jesuits? members of the Society of Jesus
Created by: Anita B. Jaynow