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6th grade_Renaissance and Reformation part 2

6th grade_Renaissance and Reformation part 2

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the Bible
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Most of the first books printed were copies of _____ and other religious writings.
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Age of Exploration
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Exploration and trade were expanded as the ability to print maps and navigational books were enhanced leading to the _____.
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anatomy
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A renewed interest in _____ for artistic purposes during the Renaissance extended into the field of medicine, leading to significant improvements in health and the treatment of diseases.
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universe
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The Renaissance philosophy of rethinking old beliefs contributed to entirely new concepts of the structure of the _____.
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Copernicus
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_____ was a Polish mathematician who developed the idea that the Sun, not the earth was the center of the universe.
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Galileo
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_____ was an Italian scientist who proved that objects fall at the same speed regardless of their weight and improved scientific instruments such as the clock and the telescope.
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Kepler
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_____ was a German astronomer who made corrections to Copericus' theory by adding that the planets move in ellipses or oval paths rather than circular paths.
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Newton
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_____ was an English mathematician who developed the idea of gravity or the pull of earth and other bodies on objects at or near their surface.
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Martin Luther
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The event that "birthed" the Protestant Reformation was when _____ posted his 95 Thesis opposing some of the practices of the Roman Catholic Church at the time.
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salvation
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One of the basic principles that Martin Luther challenged was the idea of _____. He believed that a man obtained this by faith alone and not faith and good works or deeds.
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intermediary
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Another idea that Luther challenged was having to have an _____ like a priest or Mary to obtain access to God verses his view that man had direct access.
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selling of indulgences
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Yet another idea that Luther challenged was the corruption exhibited by the Catholic hierarchy (including the Pope) such as the _____ and excommunication.
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religious and political
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The initial reaction of the Catholic Church was to squelch the Reformation through _____ and _____ pressure.
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Charles V
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_____, the Holy Roman Emperor, declared war on the Germanic kingdoms that had converted to Protestant beliefs.
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Peace of Augsburg
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The _____ allowed individual Germanic kingdoms to determine their religious affiliations.
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Council of Trent
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Pope Paul III formed a group called the _____ that met over a twenty year period to discuss and make suggestions for reforming the Catholic Church.
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seminaries
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One of the reforms suggested by the council was the establishment of _____ to train priests.
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Jesuits
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The formation of a new order called the _____ would later lead missionary efforts overseas.
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centuries
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Individual nation-states and kingdoms continued to fight over Catholic and Protestant issues for _____.
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Thirty Years' War
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Often nations would engage in international wars such as the _____.
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Spanish Inquistion
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Nations had massive retaliations of their own citizens such as the _____ and "Bloody Mary" in England as they sought to establish the religious identity of its people.
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The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci
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The Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci
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The ceiling of the Sistine Chapel by Michelangelo
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La Pieta by Michelangelo
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