Renaissance and Reformation - Practice
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A philosophical movement that developed in the 13th century Italy. These people believed in an individual's ability to influence the world around them, not just accept the world as they found it.
Religious ideas that oppose accepted church teachings.
Renaissance poet and scholar who helped change education.
German inventor of the printing press with movable type.
Priest and Christian humanist who critiqued corrupt clergy.
Combination of humanism and Christianity.
German painter who is known for his block printing.
Miguel de Cervantes
Spanish writer of Don Quixote, a novel that mocked medieval habits and customs.
English dramatist and poet inspired by the Renaissance.
To change of influence.
Movement against the Roman Catholic Church.
Priest who criticized the church abuses and started the Reformation.
Those who protested against the Catholic Church.
Reformer who taught that common people should have a say in church policy.
The effort to reform the Catholic Church from within.
Religious order founded to serve the pope and spread Catholic teachings.
Sharing of power between national and local governments.
A decision reached by two or more people or groups.
Widespread disease and death that ravaged Europe during the Middle Ages.
Highest authority figure in the Catholic Church.