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Which statement about Johannes Gutenberg is true? A. He developed a new method of glassmaking that remained a closely guarded secret for centuries. B. He invented a printing press with moveable type and used it to make copies of the Bible. C. He served as the head of the powerful weavers' guild in the German city-state of Augsburg. D. He proposed a new educational program that became known as humanism.
he invented the printing press with moveable type
Which statement about the differences between Renaissance art and medieval art is correct? A. Renaissance art was concerned with religion; medieval art was not. B. Medieval artists used a wide variety of color and detail; Renaissance artists used limited colors and few details. C. Medieval art generally conveys action; Renaissance art often conveys a sense of stillness. D. Renaissance artists made figures look solid and lifelike by using light and shadow; figures in medieval art look flat.
B. Because the renaissance did not have to many drawing materials and colors to work with
Which statements accurately describe northern Italian Renaissance city-states? Choose all answers that are correct. A. The governments of most Renaissance city-states were controlled by princes or kings. B. Renaissance cities were slow to grow because most business was conducted outside the city. C. Guilds maintained standards for anyone working in their craft in a city-state. D. Early Renaissance cities were crowded, dirty, and dangerous.