Who gave the Renaissance its first  candid picture of human nature with the idealism of medievalism and  humanism stripped away.

 

  1. Who gave the Renaissance its first  candid picture of human nature with the idealism of medievalism and      humanism stripped away.

 

Machiavelli

 

Erasmas

 

Cicero

 

Raphel

3 points

Question 2 

  1. During the 1200’s Popes would      employ a military force to combat heresy and use this judicial process to      eradicate heresy within the Western culture.

 

Inquisition

 

13th   century eradication

 

War of the 1200’s

 

Catharism

3 points

Question 3 

  1. Who wrote Don Quizote?

 

Bennet

 

Cervantes

 

da Vinci

 

More

3 points

Question 4 

  1. What century was the Washington      National Cathedral built in?

 

18th

 

19th

 

20th

 

17th

3 points

Question 5 

  1. According to the chart in your      textbook, which of these types of literature occurs last?

 

Fables and Fabliaux

 

Romances

 

Troubadours

 

Epics

3 points

Question 6 

  1. This poem is about a warrior from      southern Sweden who sails to his uncle’s court in Denmark where he slays      the monster, Grendel.

 

Beowulf

 

Song of Roland

 

Boethius

 

Charles

3 points

Question 7 

  1. In the 13th century who      also criticized reliance on deductive logic and metaphysical speculations      and urged scientists to adopt an inductive investigation method involving      observation and experimentation with appropriate instruments and methods,      rather than mere reasoning?

 

Dante

 

Bacon

 

Aquinas

 

Augustine

3 points

Question 8 

  1. Michelangelo’s  statue      standing as a representation of Humanism as it’s proud self.

 

Red Virgin

 

David

 

The Captive

 

Adoration of the   Lamb

3 points

Question 9 

  1. Perhaps the best example of the      early Gothic style of architecture is found in which city?

 

Charles

 

Paris

 

Beauvais

 

Denis

3 points

Question 10 

  1. During this time period there was      literature for town dwellers as well as country folks. This type of      literature was satirical poems depicting ordinary people in events of      everyday life with vigorous and coarse humor while ridiculing conventional      morality.

 

Fabliaux

 

Comedy

 

Romance

 

Tympanums

3 points

Question 11 

  1. Who wrote the Canterbury Tales in      the 14th century?

 

Charlemagne

 

Chaucer

 

Michelangelo

 

Da Vinci

3 points

Question 12 

  1. One important feature of medieval      intellectual life was expanding interest in education, which culminated in      a distinctive new institution the ____________

 

Monasteries

 

Romanesque   Architecture

 

University

 

Gothic Architecture

3 points

Question 13 

  1. Which word best describes the      culture that gave rise to Romanesque architecture?

 

Synthesis

 

Hierarchy

 

Instability

 

Reformational

3 points

Question 14 

  1. Coexisting with feudalism on the      lowest level of land division was the ___________system.

 

Communism

 

Manorialism

 

Socialism

 

Democracy

3 points

Question 15 

  1. By establishing order and stability      in his lands, Charlemagne prepared the basis for a ninth-century flowering      of cultural activity often termed the____________.

 

Pepin Dynasty

 

European Dynasty

 

Carolingian   Renaissance

 

Pope’s Renaissance

3 points

Question 16 

  1. The Carolingians also stimulated      artistic activity. One of these was the development by painters that      involved pictures within manuscript pages called _______________.

 

Illustrated

 

Carolingian

 

Illuminations

 

Romanesque

3 points

Question 17 

  1. Consisted a hero of the      Renaissance, who wrote Utopia. Lived from 1478-1535.

 

Erasmus

 

Botticelli

 

More

 

Machiavelli

3 points

Question 18 

  1. According to the chart in your      Textbook. What are the years of the Renaissance?

 

1200-1500

 

1400-1600

 

1350-1600

 

1300-1756

3 points

Question 19 

  1. Who wrote the Divine Comedy, which      delineated the options available to mankind?

 

Dante

 

Chaucer

 

Petrarch

 

Shakespeare

3 points

Question 20 

  1. Who wished to give the church a      new choir and ambulatory, one that would be full of light—symbolic of the      presence of God, through Gothic architecture?

 

Da Vinci

 

Abbot Suger

 

Robert Louis

 

St. Michael

3 points

Question 21 

  1. The shift from the medieval to the      modern world can be described simply as the shift from a vertical to a      horizontal model of reality.

True

False

2 points

Question 22 

  1. The so-called Children’s Crusade      was the only crusade that was “successful” in any meaningful sense.

True

False

2 points

Question 23 

  1. Despite the authority of the      medieval Catholic church, there was a tremendous amount of diversity      within medieval literature.

True

False

2 points

Question 24 

  1. Romanesque Architecture developed      from the Gothic Architecture.

True

False

2 points

Question 25 

  1. Gothic cathedrals were      considerably darker than Romanesque cathedrals, and would develop before      Romanesque cathedrals.

True

False

2 points

Question 26 

  1. The Arabic Muslims had destroyed      all of the Greek writings of antiquity making it difficult for the      Crusaders to find.

True

False

2 points

Question 27 

  1. The heliocentric model of the      universe was developed by Bacon.

True

False

2 points

Question 28 

  1. Not many churches were built      during the 11th century because of the lack of money.

True

False

2 points

Question 29 

  1. During the period between      1000–1350, the economy of Europe did not develop much because of little      technology being developed.

True

False

2 points

Question 30 

  1. Religious architecture was the      primary European artistic activity.

True

False

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