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  1. Benefices
  2. Bohemia
  3. Spiritual Exercises
  4. Don Quixote
  5. Anabaptists
  1. a A book written by Cervantes. The book was written to satirize the chivalric romances then in popular Spain.
  2. b 40 different religion sects in Western Europe. They had a common practice of baptizing as adults. They applied ideas of Protestantism into civil life.
  3. c Church offices granted by the ruler of the state or the pope to an individual. The selling of positions.
  4. d Portion of the HRE in which Protestants rebelled against the Austrian Hapsburgs in 1681.
  5. e Written by Ignatius of Loyola. This was a training manual for spiritual development and strengthened people to follow the will of God.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. In 1581, Dutch denounced Phillip II and declared Dutch republic.
  2. England's ablest and most popular monarch. She made a compromise between Protestantism and Catholicism for the Anglican Church.
  3. John Calvin's major work that established the theology and doctrine of the Calvinist churches; first published in 1536
  4. After St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre, Elizabeth the I signed it to provide English soldiers and cavalry to the Netherlands (1585)
  5. Young court woman that Henry VII wanted to marry.

5 True/False questions

  1. InquisitionInstitution of the Catholic Church that sought to eliminate heresy by seeking out and punishing heretics


  2. LutherOfficial beginning of the Protestant reform. Wrote the 95 Theses, Addresses to the Nobility of the German Nation, and Freedom of a Christian.


  3. theocracyAt the Battle of _______, the Dutch destroyed a Spanish armada of 77 ships, contributing to the permanent of Spanish naval power in the Atlantic.


  4. Cardinal WolseyHenry VIII's chief advisor that tried to help the pope annul Henry VIII.


  5. Defenestration of PragueWife of Henry VII that bore him a daughter, Mary, but not son.