World History 2 Test: STUDY GUIDE

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World History 2 Test: STUDY GUIDE
 Art
You should be able to identify some famous artwork of the Renaissance.
 Chronology & Cause/Effect
You should know the order in which events happened and how they relate to each other in a
cause/effect manner. See chronology chart.
 Themes/Big Pictures Questions
You should be prepared to discuss how the topics we’ve studied relate to the seven key themes of
history (see theme charts) and the Big Picture Questions we’ve used during this unit.
 Controversies
You should be prepared to discuss any controversies that we have discussed in class. You will likely
be asked to offer an opinion using the facts that we’ve studied to support your argument.
In conjunction with the four points mentioned above, you should be familiar with the following
key terms and people, their historical significance, and the actions/events that relate to them.
Italian Renaissance
causes of the Renaissance
Italian city-states: Venice, Florence, Milan
humanism
Dante – Divine Comedy/Dante’s Inferno
Petrarch
vernacular
secularism
Renaissance man
Machiavelli – The Prince
individualism
spirit of the Renaissance
Renaissance art
patron
Leonardo da Vinci - The Last Supper, Mona Lisa
Michelangelo - David, Pieta, ceiling of Sistine
Chapel/The Creation of Adam
Raphael - The School of Athens, The Sistine
Madonna/Raphael’s Cherubs
Northern Renaissance
causes (why did it spread north?)
diffusion
Sir Thomas More - Utopia
William Shakespeare
Julius Caesar
Macbeth
Hamlet
Christine de Pisan - The City of Women
block printing
movable type
printing press
Johannes Gutenberg
Gutenberg bible
Protestant Reformation
Christian humanism
scholarly
Erasmus
Catholic Church
icons, relics
Church teachings
causes of the Reformation
indulgences
Martin Luther
95 Theses
excommunicated
Diet of Worms
Edict of Worms
Protestant, Protestantism, Lutheranism
main effects of the Reformation
Counter-Reformation
Catholic/Counter-Reformation
Inquisition
heresy – heretics
Jesuits
Council of Trent
Index of Forbidden Books
Charles V- Holy Roman Empire
Peace of Augsburg
Huguenot
St. Bartholomew’s Day Massacre
Henry IV (Henri de Navarre)
Edict of Nantes
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