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True or False: The travels of Marco Polo in the Middle Ages helped the city/state of Venice grow into a wealthy trade port. True
True or False: Titian was a Venetian artist whose big break came from painting portraits of Henry VIII. False
True or False: Titian moved to Rome to study under Leonardo da Vinci. False
True or False: Lucretia Borgia was the daughter of Pope Alexander and the sister of Cesare Borgia. True
True or False: Margaret of Navarre sought to persecute Protestants and Catholics alike. Fasle
True or False: As a devout follower of Martin Luther, Anne Askew moved to London to preach reform. True
True or False: John Calvin was born in northern France. True
True or False: John Calvin preached Protestantism in Germany and Hungary. False
True or False: John Calvin started the University of Athens to train pastors and evangelists. False
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