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HI Pp. 223-228

Ch. 16 QUIZ

published "De Magneta" the first great English science book William Gilbert
Scottish mathematician and Bible scholar who invented logarithms and decimal notation John Napier
an English philosopher who formulated the modern scientific method Francis Bacon
an English physician who discovered the circulation of blood in the human body William Harvey
a French mathematician who invented an accurate scale for measuring lines and angles Pierre Vernier
known as the "Father of Modern Philosophy"; developed analytical geometry and worked in several other scientific fields Rene Descartes
a French mathematician and philosopher who invented a calculating device that was a predecessor to modern calculators; perfected the barometer and helped develop the science of hydrostatics Blaise Pascal
an English scientist and Christian who formulated his laws of gases, earning the title "Father of Modern Chemistry" Robert Boyle
an Englishman who became the first to observe microscopic cells Robert Hooke
a Dutch naturalist known as the "Father of Microbiology"; designed and built simple microscopes and observed protozoa and anatomical functions Anton van Leeuwenhoek
an Englishman being one of the greatest astronomers of his day and correctly predicted the appearance of the comet which bears his name Edmund Halley
an Englishman and Puritan clergyman and naturalist who pioneered the science of taxonomy and originated the idea of species John Ray
a devout Christian botanist from Sweden who expanded Ray's work and established the modern system of biological classification Carolus Linnaeus
a German who invented the mercury thermometer and developed the temperature scale that bears his name Gabriel Fahrenheit
the first permanent scientific society of the Modern Age Royal Society
a group of French Catholics who believed in salvation by God's grace and followed several Calvinist teachings Jansenists
a work of superior excellence that has stood the test of time- a work of all people of all ages classic
the greatest classic of all time the Bible
the leader of the Protestant Reformation Martin Luther
Luther's hymns were known as what? chorales
the musical center of the world Germany
the most important composer before Bach; wrote a collection of madrigals; his greatest contribution was his church music Heinrich Schutz
elaborate songs based on poems madrigals
one of history's greatest composers; some of his famous works were "The Christmas Oratorio," "St. Matthew Passion," "The Well-Tempered Clavier," and the "Brandenburg Concertos" Johann Sebastian Bach
the best-known choral piece in the world the "Hallelujah Chorus"
"Father of the English Hymn" Isaac Watts
a child of highly unusual talent or genius child prodigy
Who was an Austrian child prodigy? Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
the making of prints by engraving designs on wooden blocks woodcutting
one of the greatest portrait painters of all times Hans Holbein the Younger
the greatest of the Dutch masters and one of the greatest painters of all times Rembrandt van Rijn
one of his most famous drawings "Praying Hands" Albrecht Durer
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