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5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Galileo Galilei
- Motives for Exploration
- Middle East Zionism
- Charles Dickens
- a (1812-1870) English author during the Victorian era; he wrote Great Expectations, A Christmas Carol, Oliver Twist, and A Tale of Two Cities, among many other works
- b Renaissance sparked new ideas, New lands, trade, GOD GOLD AND GLORY
- c (1564-1642) Italian astronomer, mathematician, and physicist; his discoveries, including the law of motion of falling objects, put him into conflict with the Catholic Church.
- d Israel is where Palestine was, Zionism: the need for a Jewish state
- e a risk taker who starts a new business within the economic system of capitalism
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- (1842) the first unequal treaty because it benefited European countries at the expense of China. Opened 5 more ports. Gave extraterritoriality to the British meaning that British citizens accused of crimes had the right to be tried in British courts rather than the Chinese courts.
- A monarchy limited by certain laws
- similar to the constitution (200)
- (1377-1446) Filippo Brunelleschi designed the dome of the Cathedral of Florence, also called the Duomo. It was proportioned to create a sense of harmony and balance. He is a well-known Italian Renaissance architect
- (1694-1778) French philosopher and author; he was a supporter of Deism, the idea that God was no longer involved with the universe after creating it. He also advocated a tolerant approach to religion.
5 True/False Questions
Social and Political reforms in Britain → rise in middle class more democracy
Separation of Powers → (305)
John Locke → (1632-1704) English philosopher and founder of British empiricism; he developed political and economic theories during the Enlightenment. He wrote Two Treatises on Government in which he declared that people have a right to rebel against governments that do not protect their rights.
Oliver Cromwell → (1564-1642) Italian astronomer, mathematician, and physicist; his discoveries, including the law of motion of falling objects, put him into conflict with the Catholic Church.
Secularism → an intellectual movement during the Renaissance that focused on the study of worldly subjects, such as poetry and philosophy.