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Chapter 17

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Who created the printing press and why is it such a big achievement? Johann Gutenberg, it is important because knowledge was spread easier and more people were able to gather information
What did Martin Luther write and why was it important? He wrote the 95 Theses , the book was about the reasons why the church shouldn't be in power anymore.
What was the first book created by the printing press? The BIble
Who started the Reformation? Martin Luther was upset about the corruption of the church because of the selling of indulgences
The Renaissance was the movement of ...? Greek and Roman knowledge
What did Leonardo da Vinci do during the Renaissance? He was a scientist, artist, sculpture, and inventor, one of his most famous paintings were the Mona Lisa.
What were the 4 types of the causes of the Reformation? Economic, Religion, Social, and Political
What were the different branches of Christianity? Roman Catholicism, Lutheranism, Calvinism, Anglicanism
Created by: 21sluke