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AP Euro Key Events in European Diplomatic History
The Peace of Augsburg (1555)
The Council of Trent (1545-1563)
Edict of Nantes (1598)
The Peace of Westphalia (1648)
1. Ended the religious civil war between Roman Catholics and…
1. Reformed Catholic Church discipline and reaffirmed church…
1. Issued by Henry IV of France... 2. Granted religious tolerati…
1. Ended the Thirty Years War... 2. Recognized Calvinism as a le…
The Peace of Augsburg (1555)
1. Ended the religious civil war between Roman Catholics and…
The Council of Trent (1545-1563)
1. Reformed Catholic Church discipline and reaffirmed church…
AP Euro: key figures and events in European history
Niccolo Machiavelli
Desiderius Erasmus
Martin Luther
John Calvin
Renaissance political philosopher who wrote the prints. Belie…
Northern humanists. Wrote "in praise of folly". Wrote in Lati…
Protestant reformer. Criticism of indulgences. Add Advocator…
Protestant reformer. Believed in omnipotence, the weakness of…
Niccolo Machiavelli
Renaissance political philosopher who wrote the prints. Belie…
Desiderius Erasmus
Northern humanists. Wrote "in praise of folly". Wrote in Lati…
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AP Euro Key Events in European Diplomatic History
the peace of augsburg, 1555
the council of trent, 1545-1563
the edict of nantes, 1598
the peace of westphalia, 1648
ended the religious civil war between roman catholics and lut…
reformed catholic church discipline and reaffirmed church doc…
issues by henry iv of france. granted religious toleration to…
ended the thirty years' war. recognized calvinism as a legall…
the peace of augsburg, 1555
ended the religious civil war between roman catholics and lut…
the council of trent, 1545-1563
reformed catholic church discipline and reaffirmed church doc…
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AP Euro Key Figures in European Intellectual History
Niccolo Machiavelli
desiderius erasmus
martin luther
john calvin
renaissance political philosopher who wrote the prince, belie…
northern humanist who wrote "in praise of folly" in Latin whi…
protestant reformer whose criticism of indulgences helped spa…
protestant reformer who wrote "the instates of the christian…
Niccolo Machiavelli
renaissance political philosopher who wrote the prince, belie…
desiderius erasmus
northern humanist who wrote "in praise of folly" in Latin whi…
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AP Euro: Key Figures in European Intellectual History
Niccolo Machiavelli
Desiderius Erasmus
Martin Luther
John Calvin
1. Renaissance political philosopher who wrote "The Prince"... 2…
1. Northern humanist who wrote "In Praise of Folly"... 2. Wrote…
1. Protestant reformer whose criticism of indulgences helped…
1. Protestant reformer who wrote "The Institutes of the Chris…
Niccolo Machiavelli
1. Renaissance political philosopher who wrote "The Prince"... 2…
Desiderius Erasmus
1. Northern humanist who wrote "In Praise of Folly"... 2. Wrote…
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E. Eras of European History (HDHS AP Euro)
Dark Ages
Middle Ages
Renaissance
Protestant Reformation
(ca. 476-1100) The ___ was the time period from the fall of t…
(ca. 476-1350)The "____" was a label which Renaissance thinke…
(ca. 1374-1600) The ___ was a "rebirth" of learning that star…
(ca. 1517-1546) The _____ began when Martin Luther posted his…
Dark Ages
(ca. 476-1100) The ___ was the time period from the fall of t…
Middle Ages
(ca. 476-1350)The "____" was a label which Renaissance thinke…
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AP EURO: Crash Course Key Events in European Diplomatic History
- ended the religious civil war betwee…
- reformed Catholic Church discipline…
- issued by Henry IV of France... - grant…
- ended the Thirty Years' War... - recogn…
The Peace of Augsburg (1555)
The Council of Trent (1545-1563)
The Edict of Nantes (1598)
Peace of Westphalia (1648)
- ended the religious civil war betwee…
The Peace of Augsburg (1555)
- reformed Catholic Church discipline…
The Council of Trent (1545-1563)
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K. Religions of AP European History (HDHS AP Euro)
Protestants
Lutherans
Calvinists
Swiss Brethren
__ were the members of any denomination that functioned separ…
__ were followers and believers in the writings of Martin Lut…
___ were followers of the writings of John Calvin. Due to his…
The ___ were an Anabaptist group who split from the Zwinglian…
Protestants
__ were the members of any denomination that functioned separ…
Lutherans
__ were followers and believers in the writings of Martin Lut…
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AP EURO: Crash Course Key Figures in European Intellectual History
-Renaissance political philosopher who…
-Northern humanist who wrote The Folly…
-Protestant reformer whose criticism o…
-Protestant reformer who wrote The Ins…
Niccolo Machiavelli
Desiderius Erasmus
Martin Luther
John Calvin
-Renaissance political philosopher who…
Niccolo Machiavelli
-Northern humanist who wrote The Folly…
Desiderius Erasmus
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Wo. Most Important Women in European History (HDHS AP Euro)
Christine de Pisan (1363-1434)
Isabella I of Spain (1451-1504)
Laura Cereta (1469-1499)
Isabella d'Estes (1474-1539)
___ is considered Europe's first professional female author.…
__ worked with her husband, Ferdinand I, to unite the kingdom…
___ was an Italian humanist who was widely criticized for her…
___ effectively ruled Mantua even before the death of her hus…
Christine de Pisan (1363-1434)
___ is considered Europe's first professional female author.…
Isabella I of Spain (1451-1504)
__ worked with her husband, Ferdinand I, to unite the kingdom…
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AP (EURO) EUROPEAN HISTORY CH. 14 KEY WORDS AND BOLDED TERMS
The Imitation of Christ
Ecumenical Council
Diet of Worms
Protestant
A book that expressed the Bretheren of the Common Life's sent…
Pope Julius II's "universal" council. They with the Pope real…
A trial of sorts in the city of worms where Martin Luther was…
The name of the new form of Christianity Luther started. Base…
The Imitation of Christ
A book that expressed the Bretheren of the Common Life's sent…
Ecumenical Council
Pope Julius II's "universal" council. They with the Pope real…
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L. Most Important Cities in European History (HDHS AP Euro)
Worms
Wittenberg
Versailles
St. Petersburg
Martin Luther refused to recant his writings, in 1521, at the…
Martin Luther posted the 95 theses, in 1517, on a church door…
Louis XIV built the Palace at ___ to protect himself from the…
After winning the Great Northern War in 1721, Peter the Great…
Worms
Martin Luther refused to recant his writings, in 1521, at the…
Wittenberg
Martin Luther posted the 95 theses, in 1517, on a church door…
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Ap euro key figures in European history (ch. 23)
(Niccolo) Machiavelli
(Desiderius) Erasmus
(Martin) Luther
(John) Calvin
Renaissance political philosopher who wrote the prince. Belie…
Northern humanist who wrote In Praise of Folly. Wrote in Lati…
Protestant reformer whose criticism of indulgences helped spa…
Protestant reformer who wrote The Institutes of the Christian…
(Niccolo) Machiavelli
Renaissance political philosopher who wrote the prince. Belie…
(Desiderius) Erasmus
Northern humanist who wrote In Praise of Folly. Wrote in Lati…
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AP Euro Key Events, Trends, and Figures in European Women's History
The Renaissance (1300-1700)
The Courtier
Christine de Pizan
Isabella d'Este
1. The Courtier by Baldassare Catiglione; the perfect court l…
1. Written by Baldassare Catiglione... 2. The perfect court lady…
1.Prolific author who wrote a history of famous women... 2. Cons…
1. Most famous Renaissance woman.... 2. Life illustrates that be…
The Renaissance (1300-1700)
1. The Courtier by Baldassare Catiglione; the perfect court l…
The Courtier
1. Written by Baldassare Catiglione... 2. The perfect court lady…
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AP euro key themes/people/european women's history
niccolo machiavelli... (1469-1527)
desiderius erasmus ... (1466-1536)
martin luther ... (1483-1546)
john calvin... (1509-1564)
-renaissance political philosopher who wrote "The prince"... -be…
-northern humanist who wrote "in praise of folly"... -wrote in l…
-protestant reformer whose criticism of indulgences helped sp…
-protestant reformer who wrote "the institutes of the christi…
niccolo machiavelli... (1469-1527)
-renaissance political philosopher who wrote "The prince"... -be…
desiderius erasmus ... (1466-1536)
-northern humanist who wrote "in praise of folly"... -wrote in l…
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E. Eras of European History (HDHS AP Euro)
Dark Ages
Middle Ages
Renaissance
Protestant Reformation
(ca. 476-1100) The ___ was the time period from the fall of t…
(ca. 476-1350)The "____" was a label which Renaissance thinke…
(ca. 1374-1600) The ___ was a "rebirth" of learning that star…
(ca. 1517-1546) The _____ began when Martin Luther posted his…
Dark Ages
(ca. 476-1100) The ___ was the time period from the fall of t…
Middle Ages
(ca. 476-1350)The "____" was a label which Renaissance thinke…
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Key Events in European Unification (HDHS AP Euro)
End of World War II
Zurich Speech
NATO
Treaty of Paris
...
...
...
1951
End of World War II
...
Zurich Speech
...
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AP European History Key Terms
Humanism
Christian Humanism
Vernacular
New Monarchs
the doctrine emphasizing a person's capacity for self-realiza…
Part of the northern Renaissance which had an emphasis on ear…
the everyday speech of the people (as distinguished from lite…
The term applied to Louis XI of France, Henry VII of England,…
Humanism
the doctrine emphasizing a person's capacity for self-realiza…
Christian Humanism
Part of the northern Renaissance which had an emphasis on ear…
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AP Euro: Important European History People
Desiderius Erasmus
Miguel de Cervantes
Geoffrey Chaucer
Dante
-Christian Humanist... -Did not write in vernacular
-Wrote in vernacular
-Wrote in vernacular
-Wrote in vernacular
Desiderius Erasmus
-Christian Humanist... -Did not write in vernacular
Miguel de Cervantes
-Wrote in vernacular
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E. Eras of European History (HDHS AP Euro)
Dark Ages
Middle Ages
Renaissance
Protestant Reformation
(ca. 476-1100) The ___ was the time period from the fall of t…
(ca. 476-1350)The "____" was a label which Renaissance thinke…
(ca. 1374-1600) The ___ was a "rebirth" of learning that star…
(ca. 1517-1546) The _____ began when Martin Luther posted his…
Dark Ages
(ca. 476-1100) The ___ was the time period from the fall of t…
Middle Ages
(ca. 476-1350)The "____" was a label which Renaissance thinke…
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AP European History Key Terms
Humanism
Christian Humanism
Vernacular
New Monarchs
the doctrine emphasizing a person's capacity for self-realiza…
Part of the northern Renaissance which had an emphasis on ear…
the everyday speech of the people (as distinguished from lite…
The term applied to Louis XI of France, Henry VII of England,…
Humanism
the doctrine emphasizing a person's capacity for self-realiza…
Christian Humanism
Part of the northern Renaissance which had an emphasis on ear…
51 terms
AP Euro European Capitals
Netherlands
Andorra
Turkey
Greece
Amsterdam
Andorra la Vella
Ankara
Athens
Netherlands
Amsterdam
Andorra
Andorra la Vella
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AP EURO - A Hodgepodge Unit in European History
What was the significance of the Crime…
Who was Czar Nicholas I?
What was the dispute?
What was Czar Nicholas' ulterior motive?
1. seriously weakened both Austria and Russia... 2. first war in…
- Russian... - began to move against the Ottoman Empire
- Russia claimed to be the protector of the Eastern Orthodox…
- to gain CRIMEA
What was the significance of the Crime…
1. seriously weakened both Austria and Russia... 2. first war in…
Who was Czar Nicholas I?
- Russian... - began to move against the Ottoman Empire
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AP European History 1st Semester Key figures
Petrarch
Erasmus of Rotterdam
Botticelli
Leonardo da Vinci
Father of Humanism, studied classical Greek and Latin.
1466-1536 b. Dutch Christian humanist. Studied classical lang…
(1445-1510), Italian painter; He is noted for his mythologica…
Italian painter, engineer, musician, and scientist. The most…
Petrarch
Father of Humanism, studied classical Greek and Latin.
Erasmus of Rotterdam
1466-1536 b. Dutch Christian humanist. Studied classical lang…
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AP European History Key Terms
Dual Revolution
Congress of Vienna
Bourbon Restoration
Klemens Von Metternich
Economic and political changes.
Turn back clock led by Quad Alliance
Lenient of France; make Louis XVIII king of France instead of…
Dual revolution conservative, traditional leadership, order n…
Dual Revolution
Economic and political changes.
Congress of Vienna
Turn back clock led by Quad Alliance
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Essential Historical Dates in European History (Ap Euro)
1347
1453
1492
1517
The Bubonic Plague arrives in Italy
End of the Hundred Years War; Constantinople falls to Ottomans
The Moors and Jews are expelled from Spain; Columbus sails to…
Martin Luther posts his Ninety Five Theses in Wittenberg
1347
The Bubonic Plague arrives in Italy
1453
End of the Hundred Years War; Constantinople falls to Ottomans
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AP European History Key Terms
Renaissance
Humanism
Christian Humanism
Vernacular
The great period of rebirth in art, literature, and learning…
The scholarly interest in the study of the classical texts, v…
A branch of humanism associated with northern Europe. Like th…
The everyday language of a region or country. Miguel de Cerva…
Renaissance
The great period of rebirth in art, literature, and learning…
Humanism
The scholarly interest in the study of the classical texts, v…
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AP European History: Key Events
Peace of Augsburg - 1555
The Council of Trent - 1545-1563
The Edict of Nantes - 1598
The Peace of Westphalia - 1648
•Ended the Religious civil war between the Roman Catholics an…
•Reformed the Catholic Church discipline and reaffirmed churc…
•Issued by Henry IV of France... •Granted Religious toleration t…
•Ended the Thirty Years' War... •Recognized Calvinism... •Recognize…
Peace of Augsburg - 1555
•Ended the Religious civil war between the Roman Catholics an…
The Council of Trent - 1545-1563
•Reformed the Catholic Church discipline and reaffirmed churc…
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AP European History Key Terms
Humanism
Christian Humanism
Vernacular
New Monarchs
The scholarly interest in the study of the classical texts, v…
A branch of humanism associated with northern Europe.
The everyday language of a region or country.
European monarchs who created professional armies and a more…
Humanism
The scholarly interest in the study of the classical texts, v…
Christian Humanism
A branch of humanism associated with northern Europe.
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AP Euro History: European Society in the Age of the Renaissance
republic of venice
sforza family
duchy of milan
lorenzo de'medici
state originating from the lagoon communities in Venice
ruling family of renaissance italy, based in milan. acquired…
constituent state of the holy roman empire, 26 towns and a ru…
italian statesman, ruler of florence, most powerful and enthu…
republic of venice
state originating from the lagoon communities in Venice
sforza family
ruling family of renaissance italy, based in milan. acquired…
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Key Dates in AP European History
1450
1492
1517
1555
Renaissance/ Printing Press
Columbus
Martin Luther
Peace of Augsburg
1450
Renaissance/ Printing Press
1492
Columbus
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AP European History Key Terms
Humanism
Christian Humanism
Vernacular
New Monarchs
the doctrine emphasizing a person's capacity for self-realiza…
Part of the northern Renaissance which had an emphasis on ear…
the everyday speech of the people (as distinguished from lite…
The term applied to Louis XI of France, Henry VII of England,…
Humanism
the doctrine emphasizing a person's capacity for self-realiza…
Christian Humanism
Part of the northern Renaissance which had an emphasis on ear…
51 terms
AP European History: European Geography Review
Albania
Andorra
Armenia
Austria
Albania
Andorra
76 terms
AP European History Key Terms
Humanism
Christian Humanism
Vernacular
New Monarchs
The scholarly interest in the study of the classical texts, v…
A branch of humanism associated with northern Europe. Like th…
The everyday language of a region or country. Miguel de Cerva…
European monarchs who created professional armies and a more…
Humanism
The scholarly interest in the study of the classical texts, v…
Christian Humanism
A branch of humanism associated with northern Europe. Like th…
27 terms
European Expansion (AP Euro)
Economic motives
Religious motives
Adventure motives
Technology
Motive for European expansion that included want to trade for…
Motive for European expansion that included want for converti…
Motive for European expansion that included curiosity and wan…
Part of the means for the European expansion, includes compas…
Economic motives
Motive for European expansion that included want to trade for…
Religious motives
Motive for European expansion that included want for converti…
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Ap euro European renaissance
Humanism
renaissance
Florence
what made florence financial capital
supported liberal arts
means rebirth, consciousness among elites
ruled by de medicis
banking (medici bank)
Humanism
supported liberal arts
renaissance
means rebirth, consciousness among elites
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Key Terms of AP European History
humanism
Christian humanism
vernacular
new monarchs
the scholarly interest in the study of the classical texts, v…
a branch of humanism associated with northern Europe. Like th…
the everyday language of a region or country. Miguel de Cerva…
European monarchs who created professional armies and a more…
humanism
the scholarly interest in the study of the classical texts, v…
Christian humanism
a branch of humanism associated with northern Europe. Like th…
AP European History Key Terms
Humanism
Christian Humanism
Vernacular
New Monarchs
the doctrine emphasizing a person's capacity for self-realiza…
Part of the northern Renaissance which had an emphasis on ear…
the everyday speech of the people (as distinguished from lite…
The term applied to Louis XI of France, Henry VII of England,…
Humanism
the doctrine emphasizing a person's capacity for self-realiza…
Christian Humanism
Part of the northern Renaissance which had an emphasis on ear…
18 terms
AP European History- Key Events
The Peace of Augsburg
The Council of Trent
The Edict of Nantes
The Peace of Westphalia
Ended the rligious civil war between Roman Catholics and Luth…
Reformed Catholic Church discipline and reaffirmed church doc…
Issued by Henry IV of France... Granted Religious toleration to…
Ended the Thirty Years War... Recognized Calvinism as a legally…
The Peace of Augsburg
Ended the rligious civil war between Roman Catholics and Luth…
The Council of Trent
Reformed Catholic Church discipline and reaffirmed church doc…
76 terms
AP European History Key Terms
Humanism
Christian Humanism
Vernacular
New Monarchs
The scholarly interest in the study of the classical texts, v…
A branch of humanism associated with northern Europe. Like th…
The everyday language of a region or country. Miguel de Cerva…
European Monarchs who created professional armies and a more…
Humanism
The scholarly interest in the study of the classical texts, v…
Christian Humanism
A branch of humanism associated with northern Europe. Like th…
37 terms
Caroline I. Most Important Women in European History (HDHS AP Euro)
Christine de Pisan (1363-1434)
Isabella I of Spain (1451-1504)
Laura Cereta (1469-1499)
Isabella d'Estes (1474-1539)
___ is considered Europe's first professional female author.…
__ worked with her husband, Ferdinand I, to unite the kingdom…
___ was an Italian humanist who was widely criticized for her…
___ effectively ruled Mantua even before the death of her hus…
Christine de Pisan (1363-1434)
___ is considered Europe's first professional female author.…
Isabella I of Spain (1451-1504)
__ worked with her husband, Ferdinand I, to unite the kingdom…
31 terms
AP Euro European Capitals
Netherlands
Andorra
Greece
Germany
Amsterdam
Andorra la Vella
Athens
Berlin
Netherlands
Amsterdam
Andorra
Andorra la Vella
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AP Euro European Capitals
Netherlands
Andorra
Turkey
Greece
Amsterdam
Andorra la Vella
Ankara
Athens
Netherlands
Amsterdam
Andorra
Andorra la Vella
51 terms
AP European History: European Geography Review
Albania
Andorra
Armenia
Austria
Albania
Andorra
50 terms
AP Euro- European Capitals
Moldova
Cyprus
Montenegro
Kosovo
Chisinau
Nicosia
Podgorica
Pristina
Moldova
Chisinau
Cyprus
Nicosia
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European Cities AP EURO
Amsterdam
Athens
The Hague
Maastricht
Netherlands
Greece
Netherlands
Netherlands
Amsterdam
Netherlands
Athens
Greece
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Key Terms for AP European History
Humanism
Christian Humanism
Vernacular
New monarchs
The scholarly interest in the study of the classical texts, v…
A branch of christian humanism associated with northern Europ…
The everyday language of a region or a country. Miguel de Cer…
European monarchs who created professional armies and a more…
Humanism
The scholarly interest in the study of the classical texts, v…
Christian Humanism
A branch of christian humanism associated with northern Europ…
18 terms
Key Terms - AP European History
Alexander VI
Dante Alighieri
Boccaccio
Botticelli
- (1492-1503) Corrupt Spanish pope. He was aided militarily a…
- Italian poet wrote Inferno and Divine Comedy.
- (1313-1375) Wrote the Decameron which tells about ambitious…
- One of the leading painters of the Florentine renaissance,…
Alexander VI
- (1492-1503) Corrupt Spanish pope. He was aided militarily a…
Dante Alighieri
- Italian poet wrote Inferno and Divine Comedy.
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AP European History Key Terms
Northern Renaissance
Papal States
Patrons
Humanism
Renaissance movement in the north of Europe, which primarily…
States in Central Italy
Wealthy Italian merchants became patrons of the arts
Program of study, including rhetoric and literature, based on…
Northern Renaissance
Renaissance movement in the north of Europe, which primarily…
Papal States
States in Central Italy
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AP European History key people
Niccolo Machiavelli (1469-1527)
Desiderius Erasmus (1466-1536)
Martin Luther (1483-1546)
John Calvin (1509-1564)
1. Renaissance political philosopher who wrote "The Prince"... 2…
1. Northern humanist who wrote "In Praise of Folly"... 2. Wrote…
1. Protestant reformer whose criticism of indulgences helped…
1. Protestant reformer who wrote "The Institutes of the Chris…
Niccolo Machiavelli (1469-1527)
1. Renaissance political philosopher who wrote "The Prince"... 2…
Desiderius Erasmus (1466-1536)
1. Northern humanist who wrote "In Praise of Folly"... 2. Wrote…
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