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Unit 4: Changing Europe - Quiz
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Which of these is most accurate about how the Protestant Reformation began?
1. The Reformation started as a response to strong Catholic actions such as the founding of the Jesuits and the Inquisition.
2. Martin Luther and John Calvin successfully carried out their joint plan to start a new religion that they made in 1505.
3. Various peasant revolts urged religious reformers to launch protests against traditional Catholic doctrines.
4. Martin Luther protested certain Catholic practices, and eventually, his and others' movements led to the creation of new faiths.
Martin Luther protested certain Catholic practices, and eventually his and others' movements led to the creation of new faiths.
Which of these Reformation descriptions is accurate?
1. Martin Luther believed strongly in the doctrines of predestination and salvation by works.
2. Henry VIII began the Church of England so that he could collect more taxes to fight France.
3. John Calvin's doctrines were accepted by Huguenots in France and by Puritans in England.
4. Charles V declared Spain and Portugal to be Protestant nations under the Peace of Augsburg.
John Calvin's doctrines were accepted by Huguenots in France and by Puritans in England.
Which of these did the Catholic Counter-Reformation do?
1. Catholic monarchs unitedly conquered most of Scandinavia.
2. Catholic officials supported the creation of the Jesuit order.
3. Catholic officials executed most of the Protestant leaders.
4. Catholic officials rejected the emotional appeals of baroque art.
Catholic officials supported the creation of the Jesuit order.
Which of these things did Catholics NOT do in response to the growth of Protestantism?
1. The church revised the sale of indulgences and some other practices during the time of the Council of Trent.
2. The declaration from the Council of Trent officially admitted that Protestants were correct on a limited number of issues.
3. The Inquisition was strengthened to detect heretics and bolster the faith of those who might waver.
4. Catholic monarchs tried to conquer Protestantism in the Netherlands, some German provinces, and England.
The declaration from the Council of Trent officially admitted that Protestants were correct on a limited number of issues.
Against which area did Spain fight in the Eighty Years' War?
4. the Netherlands
Which region was the Great Armada supposed to conquer?
1. the Netherlands
The majority of Catholics in France fought against which Protestant minority?
Which of these was true of the Thirty Years' War?
1. Catholic forces never fought against fellow Catholics.
2. Germans, Swedes, Russians, and Ottomans all took part.
3. The peace settlement did little of lasting significance.
4. In the early phases, it looked like Protestantism might be crushed in Germany.
In the early phases, it looked like Protestantism might be crushed in Germany.
Who won the English Civil War in the 1640s?
1. the common farmers and craftsmen
2. the Scots and their Welsh allies
3. the supporters of Parliament, the Roundheads
4. the king and his supporters, the Cavaliers
the supporters of Parliament, the Roundheads
Which of these was true in Great Britain by 1700?
1. the national bank had been destroyed by common rioters.
2. The kings had become as absolute as those of France.
3. Parliament was the supreme force in the government.
4. The British had retreated from having a global empire.
Parliament was the supreme force in the government.
The power of Louis XIV of France was best displayed by which of these?
1. the most mercantilistic economy in Europe
2. the harmony from his religious toleration
3. his palace complex at Versailles
4. his successful European wars of conquest
his palace complex at Versailles
Which of these happened in France under King Louis XIV?
1. The nation overtook the Dutch and the British as the leading shipping nation in Europe.
2. The king rejected absolute monarchy and called the Estates General into session.
3. The king increased royal expenditures to increase the magnificence of his court.
4. Aristocrats revolted and insisted on maintaining their own regions as power bases.
The king increased royal expenditures to increase the magnificence of his court.
What did Copernicus do?
1. He described the fundamental laws of the new universe in Principia Mathematica.
2. He described the rough surface of the moon and four moons of Jupiter.
3. He proved Kepler's ideas through his use of observations and mathematics.
4. He suggested that the sun might be at the center of existence instead of the earth.
He suggested that the sun might be at the center of existence instead of the earth.
Observing the movement of heavenly bodies and then formulating laws of planetary motion is an example of which of these?
1. Modern romanticism
2. rational deduction
3. empirical induction
4. Postclassical scholasticism
Which of these scientists is correctly matched with what he discovered?
1. Galileo, law of gravity
2. Newton, animalcules
3. Robert Hooke, cells
4. Bacon, telescope
Robert Hooke, cells
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