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1 WORLD HISTORY CHAPTER 12 PACKET: RENAISSANCE AND REFORMATION (1350 CE CE) Take-Home Homework Packet 100 Points Honor Code I understand that this is an independent assignment and that I can not receive any assistance from any other person. I will conduct all of my own research and will answer the questions to the best of my ability. Student Name Date Student Signature Parent Name Date Parent Signature

2 12.1 The Renaissance Outline (pp ) I. The Italian Renaissance II. The Italian States a. Milan b. Venice c. Florence d. The Italian Wars III. Machiavelli and the Statecraft IV. Renaissance Society a. The Nobility b. Peasants and Townspeople c. Family and Marriage

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4 12.1 The Renaissance Reading Check Questions (pp ) 1. What were the characteristics of the Italian Renaissance? 2. How did the Visconti and Sforza rulers become powerful in Milan? 3. Why was The Prince an important work on political power? 4. How was the Renaissance noble different from the medieval knight?

5 12.1 The Renaissance Terms, People, & Places (pp ) 1. urban society 2. secular 3. mercenary 4. dowry 5. Leonardo da Vinci 6. Francesco Sforza 7. Cosimo de' Medici 8. Lorenzo de' Medici 9. Niccolò Machiavelli 10. Milan 11. Venice 12. Florence 13. Rome

6 12.2 The Intellectual and Artistic Renaissance Terms, People, & Places (pp ) I. Italian Renaissance Humanism II. Vernacular Literature III. Education in the Renaissance IV. The Artistic Renaissance in Italy a. New Techniques in Painting b. Sculpture and Architecture c. Masters of the High Renaissance V. The Northern Artistic Renaissance

7 12.2 The Intellectual and Artistic Renaissance Reading Check Questions (pp ) 1. Why is Petrarch called the father of Italian Renaissance humanism? 2. What literary format does Chaucer use to portray English society? 3. How did a humanist education prepare a student for life? 4. How did Renaissance paintings differ from medieval paintings? 5. Name the three Italian artists most closely associated with the High Renaissance. 6. Why was Jan van Eyck's use of oil paint significant?

8 12.2 The Intellectual and Artistic Renaissance Terms, People, & Places (pp ) 1. humanism 2. fresco 3. Petrarch 4. Dante 5. Michelangelo 6. Jan van Eyck 7. Albrecht Dürer 8. Canterbury 9. Flanders

9 12.3 The Protestant Reformation Outline (pp ) I. Erasmus and Christian Humanism II. Religion on the Eve of the Reformation III. Martin Luther a. The Ninety-five Theses b. A Break with the Church c. The Rise of Lutheranism IV. Politics in the German Reformation

10 12.3 The Protestant Reformation Reading Check Questions (pp ) 1. How did Erasmus pave the way for the Reformation? 2. What was the Modern Devotion? 3. How did Luther's theory of salvation differ from what the Catholic Church believed was necessary for salvation? 4. How did the peace of Augsburg influence the political and religious development of Germany?

11 12.3 The Protestant Reformation Terms, People, & Places (pp ) 1. Christian humanism 2. salvation 3. indulgence 4. Martin Luther 5. Desiderius Erasmus 6. Charles V 7. Wittenberg 8. Bohemia 9. Hungary

12 12.4 The Spread of Protestantism and the Catholic Response Outline (pp ) I. The Zwinglian Reformation II. Calvin and Calvinism III. The Reformation in England IV. The Anabaptists V. Effects on the Role of Women VI. The Catholic Reformation

13 12.4 The Spread of Protestantism and the Catholic Response Reading Check Questions (pp ) 1. What religious reforms were introduced in Zurich? 2. How did the Consistory enforce moral discipline in Geneva? 3. Why did Henry VIII form the Church of England? 4. Why were the Anabaptists considered to be dangerous political radicals? 5. What impact did the Protestant Reformation have on women? 6. What was the relationship between the Jesuits and the pope?

14 12.4 The Spread of Protestantism and the Catholic Response Terms, People, & Places (pp ) 1. predestination 2. annul 3. Ulrich Zwingli 4. John Calvin 5. Henry VIII 6. Ignatius of Loyola 7. Zürich 8. Geneva 9. Trent

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