1. It is logical that the Renaissance began in Italy because Italy ____________<br /> A) had avoided the economic crisis o...
Review chapter 16 the renaissance
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Review chapter 16 the renaissance

  1. 1. 1. It is logical that the Renaissance began in Italy because Italy ____________<br /> A) had avoided the economic crisis of the late Middle Ages.<br /> B) was in close contact through trade with the Byzantine Empire.<br /> C) was filled with artifacts of the ancient world.<br /> D) all of the above<br /> See page 404 to review the Italian Renaissance.<br /> <br /> 2.Among the important societal changes of the period in Italy was the ____________<br /> A) appearance of fiery preachers like Savonarola.<br /> B) rise in importance of wealthy merchants and bankers.<br /> C) books that advised people on the ideals of good behavior.<br /> D) increased production of textiles and luxury goods.<br /> See pages 405-406 to review this fact.<br /> <br /> 3.The unique characteristics of Renaissance art included ____________<br /> A) perspective.<br /> B) using women as models.<br /> C) free-standing statues.<br /> D) the use of bright colors.<br /> 4.Unlike in Italy, the Renaissance in northern Europe ____________<br /> A) did not affect the Roman Catholic Church.<br /> B) was limited to architecture.<br /> C) had a more religious tone.<br /> D) did not focus on perspective.<br /> See page 413 to review the Renaissance in northern Europe.<br /> <br /> 5.Martin Luther protested the sale of indulgences, which were ____________<br /> A) appointments to a Church office.<br /> B) certificates to reduce or cancel one's sins.<br /> C) opportunities to participate in a service.<br /> D) certificates that promised salvation.<br /> See page 416 to review indulgences.<br /> <br /> 6.A church-run state is called a(n) ____________<br /> A) autocracy.<br /> B) democracy.<br /> C) theocracy.<br /> D) missionary.<br /> See page 418 to review this fact.<br /> <br /> 7.Anglicanism is ____________<br /> A) a Puritan form of Protestantism.<br /> B) the religion Charles V imposed on England.<br /> C) the form of Catholicism practiced by Queen Mary.<br /> D) a blend of Protestant belief and Catholic practice.<br /> See page 420 to review Anglicanism.<br /> <br /> 8.The Council of Trent agreed on ____________<br /> A) an end to the Inquisition.<br /> B) the founding of the Society of Jesus, known as the Jesuits.<br /> C) the Catholic Reformation.<br /> D) sovereigns having the right to choose their subjects' religion.<br /> See page 422 to review the Council of Trent.<br /> <br /> 9.Compared to Renaissance art, the baroque style of art and architecture was ____________<br /> A) more complex and emotional.<br /> B) only about mythological subjects.<br /> C) simpler and more restrained.<br /> D) more like Greek and Roman art.<br /> 10.What circumstances led to the bitter fighting between the minority French Protestants, or Huguenots, and the Catholic majority?<br /> A) the seizure of Church lands by the Huguenots<br /> B) a struggle for the monarchy<br /> C) the Saint Bartholomew's Day Massacre<br /> D) the Peace of Augsburg<br /> See page 425 to review this fact.<br />