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School: Brigham Young University - Idaho
Department: OTHER
Course: World Foundations 2
Term: Winter 2018
Tags: Renaissance, World History, Civilzation, Art, Music, and theology
Name: World Foundations 201 Week 2 Notes
Description: These Notes cover everything talked about in lesson/week 2
Uploaded: 01/24/2018
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background image Study Guide for The Spirit of the Renaissance This study guide contains all the questions on the quiz for the movie. Before
you view the movie, read through the questions in this study guide. As you
view the movie, select the correct answers for the following questions. When
you find an answer, pause the movie and answer the question. 
All questions are either True/False or Multiple Choice. There may be more 
than one true answer in the multiple-choice questions. 
When you have finished viewing the movie, review your answers and take 
the quiz. You may use your notes as you take the quiz. However, do not 
collaborate with other students in finding the answers or taking the quiz. 
Doing so only decreases your ability to gain the knowledge and skills you 
need to pass this course.
1. He was called by nineteenth century scholars the “Father of the 
Renaissance” and the “Father of Humanism.”
a. Johannes Kepler
b. Florentine Medici
c. Francesco Petrarca
d. Dante Alighieri
2. Renaissance is French for “rebirth.” The “rebirth” occurred in which areas? a. Art
b. Philosophy
c. Literature
d. All of the above
e. a and c
3. What one idea, according to the presentation, marked the Renaissance 
from the Middle Ages?
a. Pragmatism
b. Nepotism
c. Humanism
d. Antiquarianism
4. For Renaissance scholars, the literature and philosophy of Greece and 
Rome represented the best that had been thought and written by man.
True
False
background image 5. Humanism is which of the following? a. Imitation of the classic style such as Cicero
b. Viewing the Middle Ages as a dark age of barbarism
c. Emphasis on dealing with human problems in a human way
d. Emphasis on human achievements
e. All of the Above
f. c and d
6. 1453 marked a significant year in all of human history because a. The Fall of Constantinople forced Greek-speaking scholars to 
congregate in Florence.
b. Giovanni Boccaccio published The Decameron.
c. Plutarch discovered Pluto.
d. Ghenghis Khan took over Rome.
7. The ideal of the educated gentleman included which of the following? a. Eloquence in speech and writing
b. Proficiency in horsemanship and archery
c. Virtue and integrity
d. Becoming an accomplished musician and possessing drawing skills
e. All of the above
f. a, c, and d
8. There is little tension between humanistic secularism and religious 
devotion, even today.
True
False
9. Which of the following humanists demonstrated that the “Donation of 
Constantine” was a forgery?
a. Lorenzo Valla 
b.Thomas More 
c. Desiderius Erasmus
d. Martin Luther
10. Thomas Aquinas in his Summa Theologiae, used which philosopher as the
main source to help him establish a definitive guide to Catholic doctrine?
a. Plato
b. Aristotle
c. Archimedes
background image d. Socrates 11. The center of Platonic studies during the fifteenth century was located 
in which city?
a. Venice
b. Naples
c. Milan
d. Florence
12. The Platonic philosopher who attempted to harmonize Arab, Christian, 
Hebrew, and classical Greek philosophy and theology was
a. Giovanni Pico della Mirandola.
b. Cosimo de’ Medici.
c. Francesco de Francesca.
d. Dante Alighieri.
13. Which country failed to unify under an absolute monarch or despot 
during the Renaissance?
a. Spain
b. France
c. Italy
d. England
14. Machiavelli argued that the state provides it’s own justification. In one 
stroke, he separated politics from Christian ideology and placed it squarely in
the secular world.
True
False
15. Which discovery (according to the presentation) was the most important 
during the Renaissance era?
a. Columbus discovering the Americas
b. Johannes Gutenberg discovery of moveable type
c. Vasco da Gama discovering the eastward route to Asia
d. Magellan discovering the way to circumnavigate the globe
background image Study Guide for The Religious and Historical Background  to the Protestant Reformation 1. After the western half of the Roman Empire disintegrated in the fifth 
century, which of the following events occurred?
a. The Catholic Church and the Roman bishop stepped into the 
administrative vacuum.
b. Missionaries converted the Middle East to Catholicism.
c. Monasteries kept learning alive.
d. The Frankish kings gave the pope lands in central Italy, 
making the pope a political leader of his own medieval kingdom.
2. Which of the following statements are true regarding the Avignon 
Papacy?
a. Clement V, a French pope, moved the headquarters of the 
church to Avignon, a city on the border of France.
b. The Babylonian Captivity of the Papacy began a decline in the 
prestige of the popes that led to the Protestant Reformation.
c. The Avignon Papacy lasted almost 170 years.
d. The Avignon Papacy was followed by a 40 year period of 
undisputed claims to the papacy.
3. The Great Schism occurred because a. Urban VI was oppressive in his administration.
b. the Cardinals claimed Urban’s election had been unlawful 
because it was coerced by mobs, and they named Clement VII as
the new pope.
c. Urban VI excommunicated Clement VII and named new 
cardinals.
d. Clement VII excommunicated Urban VI.
4. What ended the Great Schism? a. The first pope died of natural causes, and the second pope 
seized power by having the third pope assassinated.
b. The King of France used military power to force a reconciliation
between the three popes.
c. The office of the pope was temporarily suspended, and the 
church was run by a council of cardinals.
d. A church council deposed all three papal claimants and 
selected a new Pope. 
background image 5. The 15 th  century saw a number of Renaissance popes who cared  more about the economic and artistic advancements of their temporal 
kingdom than the spiritual affairs of the church. The artistic 
advancements included the commissioning of Michelangelo to
a. design the basic architecture of St. Paul’s Cathedral.
b. paint the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel.
c. sculpt the tomb of Pope Julius II. 
d. build the coffin used in the burial of Leo X.
6. Which of the following statements are part of the four ways the 
Protestant Reformation changed the way people and institutions 
thought?
a. God wished to guide a united Europe through the Catholic 
Church and the Holy Roman Empire.
b. The Catholic Church should be reformed by people and 
institutions from both within and without the church.
c. Individual conscience, not the dictates of the church, should 
guide personal behavior.
d. People are better off when organized religion and state 
government are closely tied to each other.
7. Which of the following lists contains the four divisions of Christian 
denominations that grew out of the early Reformation?
a. Lutheran, Presbyterian, Episcopal, Methodist.
b. Lutheran, Reformed, Puritan, Anabaptist.
c. Lutheran, Reformed, Anglican, Anabaptist.
d. Lutheran, Anglican, Anglican, Episcopal.
8. Martin Luther’s early life included which of the following important 
events?
a. After attending three different Latin schools, he entered the 
University of Erfurt and earned his Masters Degree. 
b. During a thunderstorm, he feared he would die, so he 
promised Saint Anne he would become a monk if he escaped 
death.
c. He witnessed unbelief and decadence among the clergy on a 
trip to Rome.
d. He was ordained to the priesthood and taught theology at the 
University of Rome.
9. Luther’s theological breakthrough led him to believe

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Department: OTHER
Course: World Foundations 2
Term: Winter 2018
Tags: Renaissance, World History, Civilzation, Art, Music, and theology
Name: World Foundations 201 Week 2 Notes
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