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Renaissance and Reformation (Grade 9)

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Renaissance and Reformation

The reason that the period between the collapse of the Roman empire and the time of Charlemagne and the Carolingian Renaissance,is called the Dark Ages because
  1. Spain and Persia were Islamic
  2. The lack of intellectual record or pursuit
  3. the abundance of written material
  4. the Gothic kingdoms were peaceful
A revival of learning based on the philosophy of the ancient Greeks is known as
  1. Renaissance
  2. Reformation
  3. Feudalism
  4. None of the above
Explain Gutenberg's importance during the time of the Renaissance.

Which two ancient cultures did the people living during the Renaissance try to emulate (act or be like)?
  1. Egyptian and Roman
  2. Roman and Greek
  3. Egyptian and Greek
  4. None of the above
Who started the Protestant Reformation movement?
  1. Martin Luther
  2. Jesus Christ
  3. John Wycliffe
  4. Constantine
The Protestant Reformation was
  1. a new government
  2. a study of scientific ideas
  3. a religious and historical movement
  4. an idea of the Catholic Church
What document written by Martin Luther began the Protestant Reformation?
  1. Act of Supremacy
  2. Declaration of Independence
  3. In Praise of Folly
  4. 95 Theses
When John Tetzel was selling indulgences, what would he would say?
  1. When a coin in the coffer rings, a soul from purgatory springs
  2. Here I stand, God help me
  3. I will save your soul. Come on down!
  4. Pay to set your loved ones soul free from pain and suffering
  5. What have you done for us lately
A Protestant is one who agrees with the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church.
  1. True
  2. False
King Henry VIII helped to found which church?
  1. Anglican
  2. Calvinist
  3. Lutheran
  4. Orthodox
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