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Which book, written by Thomas More, describes an ideal society where there were no rich or poor? A. Utopia B. The Divine Comedy C. The Praise of Folly D. Ninety-Five Theses
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Which book, written by Thomas More, describes an ideal society where there were no rich or poor? A. Utopia B. The Divine Comedy C. The Praise of Folly D. Ninety-Five Theses
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Awolflover1
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Any Ideas?
Awolflover1
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It is the book Utopia, written by Thomas More, that describes an ideal society where there were no rich or poor.
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Sure ^_^
anonymous
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ok wait
anonymous
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Which book, written by Baldassare Castiglione, describes how nobles should behave at a royal court? A. The Book of the Courtier B. The Divine Comedy C. The Praise of Folly D. Utopia
anonymous
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Awolflover1
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Ideas?
anonymous
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a
Awolflover1
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Correct!! :D
anonymous
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theres more
Awolflover1
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Okay ^-^
anonymous
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Which Italian Renaissance thinker believed that Italy needed strong, even ruthless, leaders and wrote The Prince to show how rulers can keep power? A. Machiavelli B. Erasmus C. Cosimo de' Medici D. Cesare Borgia
anonymous
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i think its c @Awolflover1
anonymous
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Awolflover1
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The writer of the Prince and the Italian philosopher who developed theories and methods to maintain power's name is Machiavelli
anonymous
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ok thanks theres more
Awolflover1
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Okay, Please Make a New Question ^_^
anonymous
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Why was Leonardo da Vinci considered a true “Renaissance Man”? A. His paintings set new standards in art, and they were painted during the Renaissance. B. He devised new ways of recording information that could be shared with ordinary people. C. He was a renowned artist, clever inventor, and brilliant scientist whose accomplishments spanned many fields of interest. D. He was a brilliant author and poet whose literary works made people think about art and science
anonymous
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i think it is a
anonymous
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Awolflover1
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I'm going with C
anonymous
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are you sure
Awolflover1
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Yes ^_^
anonymous
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ok wait there is still more
anonymous
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Which Dutch monk criticized Catholic Church officials for focusing on money and power instead of the spiritual needs of individuals? A. Erasmus B. Pieter Bruegel C. Albrecht Dürer D. Cesare Borgia
anonymous
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@Awolflover1 dont worry i will medal you
Awolflover1
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Any Ideas? ^.^
anonymous
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i think its a
Awolflover1
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Correct!
anonymous
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Which dedicated patron of the arts made the Italian city-state of Mantua a center of learning and was considered a “Renaissance woman”? A. Teresa of Avila B. Isabella d'Este C. Catherine de' Medici D. Catherine of Aragon
anonymous
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i think c
anonymous
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Awolflover1
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Isabel of d'Este, wife of Francis II Gonzaga in 1490.
anonymous
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Which descriptions of how Renaissance ideas spread beyond Italy are correct? Choose all answers that are correct. A. Ships sailing for the Americas carried Italian works of art and classical texts to sell in foreign ports. B. Merchants who journeyed throughout Europe spread the word about Italian accomplishments. C. When foreign armies invaded Italy, they took Italian artwork and ideas home with them. D. Scholars and artists in northern European countries traded their work for Italian works.
anonymous
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i think c and d
Awolflover1
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D,A http://history-world.org/renaissance.htm
anonymous
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Which phrases describe ideas from the Italian Renaissance that spread to northern Europe? Choose all answers that are correct. A. love of lifelike painting and sculpture B. returning to the value of unquestioning obedience C. abiding faith in human potential D. turning away from Christian beliefs
anonymous
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i think a and c @Awolflover1
Awolflover1
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Correct!
anonymous
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Which northern European artist of the Renaissance painted Giovanni Arnolfini and His Bride on a wood panel using slow-drying oil paints, which allowed him to add much wonderful detail? A. Albrecht Dürer B. Jan van Eyck C. Hans Holbein, the Younger D. Pieter Bruegel
anonymous
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i think d @Awolflover1
Awolflover1
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D is incorrect. Any other ideas?
anonymous
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um i really think its c
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Awolflover1
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Incorrect, it's Jan van Eyck :)
anonymous
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oh thanks
Awolflover1
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Welcome c:
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Unit 3 | Lesson 8 Unit Assessment: The Spread of New Ideas, Part 1 Question Navigator 10. (3 pt) Which German painter, shown here, was also famous for his copper engravings from which printers could make many copies? A. Hans Holbein, the Younger B. Pieter Bruegel C. Jan van Eyck D. Albrecht Dürer
Awolflover1
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ideas?
anonymous
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i think its a
anonymous
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Awolflover1
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Incorrect..
Awolflover1
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Any other ideas?
anonymous
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oh um i think d
Awolflover1
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Correct!
anonymous
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Which northern European artist was famous for his realistic portraits including the one shown here? A. Pieter Bruegel B. Hans Holbein, the Younger C. Jan van Eyck D. Albrecht Dürer
anonymous
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i think a
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Awolflover1
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Incorrect, It's Jan van Eyck again cx
anonymous
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oh
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Which statement best describes the Reformation? A. the spread of Renaissance ideals in science and mathematics that brought new understanding of the laws of nature B. an effort to make the Bible more understandable by adding chapters and books to the New Testament C. the movement to change and improve the Catholic Church that resulted in divisions in Christianity D. an attempt to change the education system throughout Europe that resulted in greater literacy in most countries
anonymous
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i think its c
Awolflover1
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Correct c:
anonymous
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Which was not a factor that helped bring about the Reformation? A. Some Church leaders ignored their people's needs and pursued wealth and power. B. The sale of indulgences to raise money for the pope's use angered many people. C. As more people were able to read the Bible themselves, there was disagreement on its meaning. D. Many Christians in western Europe began converting to Greek and Russian Orthodox Christianity.
anonymous
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i think its b
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Awolflover1
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Incorrect :P
anonymous
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then um c ?
Awolflover1
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Many Christians in western Europe began converting to Greek and Russian Orthodox Christianity.
anonymous
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oh im so dumb i didnt see that
anonymous
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Which statements about the Catholic Church's response to the Reformation are true? Choose all answers that are correct. A. Most bishops who were accused of abuses in their leadership were tried and excommunicated. B. The pope called the Council of Trent to clarify Church teaching and address abuses. C. Church leaders encouraged people to read and interpret the Bible for themselves. D. The Church strengthened and expanded the Inquisition.
anonymous
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i think b and d
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Awolflover1
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B is correct ..
anonymous
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theres is more than one answer tho
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Awolflover1
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and D is correct ^.^
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Which statements describing Martin Luther are true? Choose all answers that are correct. A. He was the Roman Catholic pope who brought bishops together at three Church councils. B. He was a French scholar who turned the city of Geneva into a center of Protestantism. C. He was a professor of biblical studies who criticized some Church practices and translated the Bible into German. D. He was a German monk who posted 95 statements of criticism and belief which led to the Reformation.
anonymous
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i think c and d @Awolflover1
Awolflover1
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C is correct, D is incorrect
anonymous
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so c and b ?
anonymous
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Awolflover1
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He was the Roman Catholic pope who brought bishops together at three Church councils.
anonymous
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there is more than one answer so c. and what
Awolflover1
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A.
anonymous
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Who was John Calvin? A. He was a French scholar who turned the city of Geneva into a center of Protestantism. B. He was an English humanist at the court of Henry VIII who was later imprisoned in the Tower of London. C. He was a German monk whose Ninety-Five Theses became the basis of the Reformation. D. He was a charismatic friar who traveled through Germany preaching and selling indulgences.
anonymous
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i think a
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anonymous
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@Awolflover1 this is the last one and ill tell you what i got
anonymous
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and how do i medal you
Awolflover1
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A is correct, because John Calvin is french ^.^
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anonymous
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i passed it thanks for helping me (;
Awolflover1
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Yay!!!
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Welcome :D

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