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World History 2 - Midterm Review
( Mrs. Fratto's Midterm )
Terms in this set (47)
it preserved many of the glories of the Roman Empire after it fell and entered into the Dark Ages.
Pope Leo X
Pope who ordered the sale of indulgences to rebuild St. Peter's basilica.
Louis XIV's nickname; a sign of how his power extended to all of France.
wrote "Praise of Folly" which attacked the Church for corruption and hypocrisy.
the belief that wealth equals power and that those who want power must explore new lands.
french king who said "After me, the deluge".
catholic church's response to the reformation.
renaissance humanist who believed leaders should use any means necessary to rule.
The Last Supper
Da Vinci's most famous painting.
supporters of King Charles I in the English Civil War.
architect of Florence's duomo.
German seller of indulgences.
ruled France as emperor.
ruling family of France.
German monk who started the Protestant Reformation.
ruling family of Russia.
Italian patron of the arts.
puritan supporters of Cromwell's army in English Civil War.
famous fresco by Michaelangelo.
wanted to create a republic in England, but instead ruled it as a dictator.
age of reason, rational thought and use of science to express ideas for social and political change.
French king executed during the Revolution.
Luther's 95 Theses.
Printing Press Inventor.
a city and the land surrounding it.
leader of the Reign of Terror.
name of the time period when Charles II became king of England.
he believed the earth revolved around the sun during the Scientific Revolution.
Britain's version of congress.
Catholic Church's way of rooting out and punishing heretics.
Ignatius de Loyola
founder of the Jesuits.
Frederick the Wise
protected Luther from arrest at the Diet of Worms.
Holy Wars between Christians and Muslims.
these were sold to forgive sins during the Renaissance.
Medici who ruled Florence at its greatest height (after Duomo was built).
philiosophe who wrote about 3 branch government.
Islamic Golden Age
during this era, Arabs, Africans, and Turks made many advancements in medicine and science.
Council of Trent
meeting where Roman Catholic Church began its own reforms and attacked the Protestant Reformation.
French Middle Class and professionals.
most powerful city-state in Renaissance Italy.
ruled Russia for 200 years and kept them isolated.
Diet of Worms
meeting place where Luther refused to renounce his beliefs.
era of "rebirth".
philosophy who believed the best government was one ruled by consent of the governed.
King who was executed during the English Civil War.
painted the Mona Lisa.