6 Written questions
6 Multiple choice questions
- means "fresh" and refers to painting directly on wet plaster
- a thought out, calculated tool used for support, power, prestige and political position when someone paid for an artist to create their work
- a government calvin set up that was ruled by the clergy and claimed god's authority.
- written by thomas more, a book describing a perfect society, criticizing the society of his day
- catholic reformation that began in the 1530s as an effort to foster a more spiritual outlook in the church and clarified the doctrines of the church; campaign against protestants
- a new way to make artwork in which things looked more realistic because things up close were bigger than things far away, revolutionizing artwork.
5 True/False questions
indulgences → began by Pope Leo X; pardon sold by catholic church to reduce one's punishment as long as they repented
predestination → john calvin's belief that god chose beforehand which people were saved, and which were damned to hell
reformation → a religious revolution that split the christian church into many sects in western europe
edict of nantes → gave Huguenots freedom of worship, published by Henry IV
index of prohibited books → by Erasmus, ridiculed ignorance, superstition and vice among the clergy & ordinary Catholics