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HI Pp. 197-203

Ch. 15 QUIZ

the first Protestant confession of faith Augsburg Confession
In 1555, what treaty gave official approval to the territorial, state-established church principle in Germany? Peace of Augsburg
What attempted to produce certain limited changes, mostly in the morals of the clergy, within the Roman church? Counter-Reformation
The Counter-Reformation put new life into the what? Inquisition
a list of books which Roman Catholics were forbidden to read "Index of Prohibited Books"
In what did Rome make its strongest stand against the Protestants? Council of Trent
Who started the new religious organization called the Society of Jesus or Jesuits? Ignatius Loyola
Spain's most outstanding writer and writer of "Don Quixote" Miguel de Cervantes
Portugal's greatest writer and wrote "Os Lusiadas" Luiz de Camoes
damlike barriers of earth and stone dikes
Because of its geography, the Netherlands are also called what? Low Countries
The people of the Netherlands are called what? Dutch or Hollanders
Who set up a ruling council of brutal treatment of the Dutch (Council of Blood)? Duke of Alva
a ruling council of the Netherlands which came to be known this because of the brutal way it treated the Dutch people? Council of Blood
Prince of Orange; became the leader of the repressed Dutch patriots William the Silent
The seven northern provinces of the Netherlands joined to form what? United Provinces of the Netherlands
In what year did the United Provinces declare the Netherlands to be independent of Spain? 1581
"Father of Dutch Libraries" William the Silent
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