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WORLD HISTORY II SOL REVIEW PACKET 1 SOL 15-World Religions SOL 2-Renaissance SOL 3-Reformation PARTIAL KEY Name 1. Religion Notes 2. Religion Maps 3. Renaissance Notes 4. Renaissance Maps 5. Reformation Notes 6. Reformation Maps 7. Exit Ticket Questions – DUE NEXT CLASS! 8. Self-Check/Practice – EXTRA CREDIT! WHII.15 World Religions Notes Religions Location in 1500 Characteristics – Holy Book Ten Commandments – Laws Abraham - Founder Torah JUDAISM Europe Middle East – Holy Book Jesus Christ – Messiah (Savior) Locations Today Israel Middle East Europe Bible CHRISTIANITY Europe Koran ISLAM (Qur’an) – Holy Book Middle East (SW Five Pillars – Laws Asia) Muhammad – Founder North Africa Allah - God – Many lives Karma – Good/bad consequences Europe Americas Middle East (SW Asia) North Africa Mecca/Medina Cities Reincarnation HINDUISM India Noble Truths – Holy Books Eightfold Path – Laws Gautama – Founder Asoka – Spread from India to China India Four BUDDHISM East/Southeast Asia 1. What term means belief in one God? 2. What term means belief in more than one God? 3. Which three religions believe in one God? East/Southeast Asia WHII.15 WORLD RELIGIONS MAP Shintoism Buddhism Hinduism Christianity-Protestantism Christianity-Catholicism Islam 1. Christianity - Protestantism 5. Judaism 2. Christianity - Catholicism 6. Buddhism 3. Christianity - Protestantism 7. Hinduism 4. Islam 8. Shintoism Judaism Animism Atheism WHII.2 Renaissance Notes RENAISSANCE RENAISSANCE PEOPLE o Means rebirth of Greek/Roman world o Michelangelo o Started in Northern Italy Painter/ Sculptor o Spread to Northern Europe Sistine Chapel o Humanism David Statue Humanities o DaVinci Rhetoric, Grammar, Poetry, HISTORY! Renaissance Man (Everything!) Last Supper o Individualism Mona Lisa Growth of the individual o Erasmus Humanism Praise of Folly o Shakespeare Playwright Macbeth, King Lear, Midsummer Night’s Dream Accomplishments in the Visual Arts – Name the work and the artist. DaVinci – DaVinci – – Sistine Chapel WHII.2 Renaissance Map L A. England D. Ottoman G. Persia J. Inca B. France E. Russia H. Songhai K. Aztec C. Spain F. China I. Mughal L. Pacific Oc. TRADE ROUTES A. Trans-Sahara B. Western Europe C. Black Sea D. Silk Road E. Indian Maritime F. South China Sea WHII.3 Reformation Notes Catholic Church Corrupt leadership o Pope has ultimate power o Selling indulgences (forgiveness) Dominated by Italians = German and English angered Early challengers o John Wycliffe and Jan Huss – Excommunicated and executed GERMANY Luther Posted 95 Theses o o o Faith = All you need Bible = Ultimate power Equal before God Excommunicated and fled Lutheranism FRANCE Calvin Predestination – God predetermines who has faith Faith is shown through righteous life and work ethic. Calvinism ENGLAND King Henry VIII English King Divorce – Denied by Pope Dismissed Catholic Church Created Anglican Church Ruled Anglican Church and took over Catholic land and wealth. Cardinal Richelieu De-facto (virtual) ruler of France. Shifted 30 Years War from a Religious to Political. Elizabeth I Anglican = Official Church of England Defeated Spanish Armada Thirty Years War Catholics (Hapsburgs) vs. Protestants (German Princes) Mainly in Germany and Italy France (Richelieu) helped Protestants win and German Princes gain power Edict of Nantes = Freedom in France (to Huguenots) Catholic Reformation (Counter-Reformation) Council of Trent – Reorganize the Catholic Church (rid of corruption) Inquisition – Catholic Court for heretics Jesuits – Catholic Missionaries to spread the Catholic beliefs. Outcomes Printing Press (by Gutenberg) spreads ideas and translates Bible Growth of Secularism: anti-religion Growth of Individualism: anti-church control Growth of Religious Tolerance WHII.3 Reformation Map Reformation Europe, 1500 8 Portugal Italy/Rome England Germany France Spain Atlantic Ocean Ottoman Empire Switzerland Poland 1. France 5. Italy/Rome 2. Spain 6. Portugal 3. England 7. Ottoman Emp. 4. Germany 8. Atlantic Oc. 1. The Thirty-Years War was primarily concentrated where? 2. Cardinal Richelieu was the de-facto ruler of which nation? 3. Martin Luther started the Protestant Reformation in which nation? 4. The Roman Catholic Church was headquartered in which area? 5. King Henry VIII broke with the Catholic Church in which nation? 6. Queen Elizabeth I established Anglicanism as the official church in which nation? SOL Packet 1 Exit Ticket – WHII.15, 2, 3 COMPLETE EACH QUESTION, RIP FROM PACKET, AND TURN IN NEXT CLASS!!! Name _______________________ Grade _______ 1. The religion most commonly found through North Africa and SW Asia is? 2. The religion of India is? 3. Which religion was spread to China by Asoka’s missionaries? 4. Israel is typically considered the home of which world religion? 5. What did Siddhartha Gautama rename himself? 6. What do Michelangelo and Da Vinci have in common? 7. Da Vinci, Erasmus, and Shakespeare are all associated with which era? 8. Humanism is best reflected in the work of which author? 9. The word Renaissance means – 10. The Songhai Empire is located on which continent? 11. John Calvin, King Henry VII, and Martin Luther are most associated with which era? 12. Elizabeth I and King Henry VIII are credited with the growth of which protestant faith? 13. Which document is best associated with religious freedom for French Huguenots? 14. Jesuits and the Inquisition were characteristics of what movement? 15. Which invention is considered the primary cause of the spread of Reformation ideas? SOL Packet 1 – WHII.15, 2, 3 Self-Check & Extra Practice *****COMPLETE AND SUBMIT FOR EXTRA CREDIT***** Description Term/Name Description Islamic Holy Book Author, 95 Theses Jewish Holy Book Founder, Anglican Church Hindu Consequences Belief in Predestination Buddhist Founder Defeated Spanish Armada Islamic Holy Cities Gave freedom to Protestant Huguenots Renaissance began in Catholic Missionaries Rhetoric, Grammar, etc. Believed in Faith Alone Renaissance means Broke with Catholic Church in England Painter, Sistine Chapel Shifted 30 Years War to Political War Painter, Last Supper Believed that faith was shown by work ethic Author, Praise of Folly Made Anglicanism official church of England Playwright, Macbeth Inventor of Printing Press Empire of NW Africa Location of 30 Years War Term/Name Pick ten from above that you do not know very well and rewrite the description and term/person OR create flashcards for the facts listed above.