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Western Civilization 1 From Antiquity to the 16th Century

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Western Civilization 1 From Antiquity to the 16th Century HIST 1010

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Shanie Ruecker

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Anne Lester

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Date Created: 10/29/15
HISTORY 1010001 WESTERN CIVILIZATION TO THE 17TH CENTURY Fall 2008 Professor Anne E Lester Essay Questions for the Third Exam The Early Modern World Thursday 18 December 2008 7 7301000am in HUMN 1B50 REMEMBER TO BRING YOUR BLUE BO0KS For this exam answer ONE of TWO questions chosen from the possible FIVE listed below As you prepare keep the following in mind a Be sure that your essay has a clear thesis and follows a coherent line of argumentation b End your essay with a conclusion that summarizes your argument c Evidence for your answers should be drawn from the Making of the West textbook lecture discussion and the outside teth and articles assigned for the course thus far Good essays will employ a variety of these sources d Be sure to avoid sweeping generalizations The best answers are those grounded in precise language and detail yes that means dates You may bring to the exam outlines notes thoughts quotations dates names and whatever else you may need to compose your essay 7 but all of this information must t on THIS SHEET OF PAPER front and back Because you have ample time to prepare your answers in advance I expect your essay to be wellorganized and detailed You st bring this piece of paper with you to the exam and turn it in with your blue books Any exams without this page will not be graded A good answer will be at least 4 singlespaced pages in a blue book Possible Questions 1 The Fourth Lateran Council of 1215 and the Council of Trent 15471563 were major efforts at reforming the Catholic Church Identify three goals that these councils had in common In what ways was the Catholic Church successful at reform and in what ways had it failed by the mid16 h Century 2 The plague cycle was the death knell of medieval European civilization The communities on the other side of the divide were radically different from those ourishing before the Black Death Discuss Be sure to de ne the plague cycle giving its dates causes characteristics and consequences Be speci c 3 Analyze the nature of Luther s critiques of the Catholic Church and account for the widespread success of the Protestant Reformation 4 What were the objectives of the Italian Humanists and why did this intellectual movement ourish when it did What was it responding to and what did it generate in turn 5 De ne the nature of royal ideology during the High Middle Ages and the Early Modern Period How did this in uence the kinds of power kings employed Please focus your answer around a speci c example ie Louis IX of France ruled 12261270 or King Henry VIII King of England ruled 15091547


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