Transcript Ch 13 The Renaissance Jeopardy
JEOPARDY The Renaissance and Reformation in Europe Renaissance Writers 100 200 300 400 500 Artists 100 200 300 400 500 Reformation 100 200 300 400 500 Vocab. 100 200 300 400 500 Everyday Life 100 200 300 400 500 Scientific Revolution 100 200 300 400 500 What is a humanist? Someone who studies classical texts in order to learn History,Rhetoric,Poetry, and Grammar. Who was the Florentine Francesco Petrarch ? One of the first humanists, who studied Latin and Greek writings, and admired the ancient Romans. Who was Niccolo Machiavelli? Writer of “The Prince” who believed that the end justifies the means and it is safer to be feared than loved. Who was Johann Gutenburg? He was the first European believed to use the printing press to print a copy of the Bible in the 1450’s. Who was William Shakespeare? He was the writer who grappled with the questions of virtue and morality, and is still read reluctantly by most students. Who was Michelangelo? He Painted the large mural on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. Who were Giotto and Masaccio? These two Italian artists pioneered perspective and the emphasis on realism. What is Perspective? Renaissance painters made their works look lifelike with this technique that placed figures according to proportion. Who was Leonardo Da Vinci? The famous artist of “The last supper” and “The Mona Lisa” Who was Albrecht Durer? He was the German Artist who was famous for his copper engravings and woodcuts. What was the Reformation? This religious revolution split the church in Western Europe and created several new churches What was an Indulgence? This was a paid pardon from a punishment for sin. Who was Martin Luther? He in many ways sparked the Reformation and became a monk when nearly struck with lightning, he also had scatological fights with the devil. What is Protestant, (Lutheran) in Germany and Scandinavia ? This division of the Christian religion started with the followers of Martin Luther. What is a sect? Another name for a small religious group. What are the 95 theses? These were the statements posted on the church door at Wittenberg by Martin Luther. What was Predestination? The Calvinist belief that you are already set to go to Heaven or Hell. “Don’t Choke!” Daily Double What are Broadsides? These are large, single printed sheets of news or information. What is a Theocracy? This is a government ruled by the church. What was a superstition? These were beliefs that demons had caused bad luck, such as walking under a ladder. What was the Church? This was the institution that still was central in most European peasant life during the Renaissance. What were almanacs? These books helped peasants predict the weather and told them when to plant and harvest. What was agriculture,and farming? This is how most peasants earned their living during the Renaissance. What is the standard of living? This the measurement of the quality of life of a people or a country. Who was Pieter Brueghel? He was the northern Renaissance artist, who painted scenes of peasant life. Who were Isaac Newton and Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz These were the two scientists and mathematicians who were given credit for creating Calculus. ( yeah!!?? ) Who was Rene Descartes? He was the French scientist who stated the famous line, “I think therefore I am” . ( Don’t ever put him before the horse ) Who was Andreas Vesalius? This Flemish Scientist pioneered the study of Anatomy. Who was Louis XIV? This king established the French Academy of Sciences in 1666. What were Alchemists? These people tried to change lead into gold by using spells or pseudo-chemistry.