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Sem. 1, Part 6

Final Exam--The Renaissance/Reformation

TermDefinition
John Calvin The Swiss city of Geneva became a model of Protestant morality under the leadership of _________________.
Peace of Augsburg Each German prince could decide the religion for his lands because of the _______________.
Anabaptists believed that infants should not be baptized because infants are too young to accept the Christian faith
Humanist ________ scholars differed from Medieval thinkers in that they tended to focus more on worldly (secular) subjects.
Sir Thomas More was executed because he would not accept Henry VIII as head of the Church of England
Council of Trent the purpose of the _____________ was to direct the reform of the Catholic Church
Renaissance the age of great change marked by renewed interest in classical learning and the arts is called the _______________.
Petrarch the great humanist poet who wrote sonnets to his ideal woman "Laura"
Leonardo da Vinci "The Last Supper" and the "Mona Lisa" were the work of the great artist ____________.
utopian Sir Thomas More was the humanist of northern Europe who wrote about his vision of an ideal ____________society in which people live in peace and harmony.
Church of England Henry VIII wanted a divorce, which resulted in the formation of the _______________.
Mennonites, Baptists, and Amish Today's _____, _____, and _____ can all trace their religious ancestry to the Anabaptists.
Jesuits The main goal of the ____________ was to defend, restore, and spread the Catholic faith through education.
witches many scholars agree that between 1450 and 1750, peoples beliefs in both Christianity and magic led to the persecution of people as _______.
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