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Chapter 1 TEST REVIEW World History
NAME______________________
Know these terms and/or people and how they are important in chapter 1
John Calvin
Henry VIII
Leonardo Da Vinci
Lorenzo De’ Medici
Niccolo Machiavelli
Nicolaus Copernicus
Albrecht Durer
Martin Luther
Issac Newton
Francesco Petrarch
Desiderius Erasmus
Thomas More
Elizabeth I
William Shakespeare
Teresa of Avila
Annul
Gravity
Patron
Perspective
Theocracy
Heliocentric
Humanism
Indulgence
Predestination
Recant
Utopia
Vernacular
Engravings
Canonized
Printing Press
Ghetto
Compromise
COMPLETE the following questions
What did the artists of the later Renaissance focus on in there writing and art?
Why is Albrecht Durer often compared to Leonardo da Vinci?
What did the development of printing in Europe lead to?
Why did Luther criticize the Catholic Church?
What were some of the results of the Catholic Reformation
What idea did Copernicus propose?
How did merchants contribute to the birth of the Renaissance?
Why was the Renaissance slower in Northern Europe?
What was the main belief of Martin Luther dealing with Faith?
What did Henry VIII create after the refusal of his annulment?
Which philosopher stressed the use of experiments and observation for knowledge?
Who stated “I think therefore I am”.