4 Written questions
3 Multiple choice questions
- The idea that god has predetermined a person's life.
- The Catholic Church's attempt to seek out heretics within society, primarily focusing on Protestants who had left and/or condemned the Pope and his church. Punishment for refusing to convert to Catholicism was often death.
- A monarch with unlimited power
3 True/False questions
King Henry VIII → English king who broke from the Church of England when the pope refused to grant him a divorce from his wife, who had not produced a male heir. He then married Anne Bolyn who was already pregnant with his child. Henry beheaded Anne (Anne of a Thousand Days) for infidelity, then married Jane Seymour (died giving birth), Anne Cleaves (divorced), Catherine Howard (beheaded), and Catherine Parr (outlived Henry).
Galileo → The 1215 document limiting the rights of English monarch
Magna Carta → In addition to other things, he developed the much improved telescope