Renaissance/Protestant Reformation Review
Protestant Reformation: Started by ____________________ in 1519 when he nailed the _________theses to
the ___________________ Church door. Luther was upset by the sale of_______________ (holy relics that could
be bought to get into heaven). The nailing of the 95 theses caused the Catholic Church to split into
In response, the Catholic Church held the _______________________________ and started the
__________________________________________________, where they got rid of indulgences.
Both are still branches of Christianity but differ on their beliefs on how you connect with ___________,
who is the head of the Church (Catholics believe it is the _____________). The protestant reformation
could not have happened without the invention on the _____________________ in 1453.
The Renaissance was the _______________of knowledge from the Ancient ____________ and Ancient
________________. It was a time of progress in _________ and ____________. The catholic church played a large
role in the renaissance as they were____________ (paid for) many of the most famous pieces of art.
–Art began to have realistic ___________________________________________ and __________________________ (depth)
Leondardo Da Vinci painted the _________________________.
Rafael painted the _________________________________________.
Michelangelo sculpted ______________________________________ (Mary holding Jesus off the cross)
Donatello sculpted ______________________________________.
Don Quioxote- Miguel De __________________ wrote the first ____________________about a Spaniard who
believes he is a _________________________.
Macbeth- William ________________ wrote a play about a man who has a __________________he will become
______________ but goes crazy trying to make it come true.
Divine Comedy- Dante Alighieri wrote the first book written in the Italian __________________ (common language)
-Without looking at your paper, please match the following numbered terms with the correct letter.
A. Written by Dante about the 9 layers of hell
B. La Pieta
C. School of Athens
E. Famous English playwright who wrote MacBeth
F. Rebirth in arts and learning from the Ancient Greeks and Ancient Romans
G. Perspective and realistic depiction of human form
H. Mona Lisa
I. First novel about a man who believed her was a knight
J. Started by Martin Luther over the sale of indulgences that caused the split in the Christian Church K. Written by Dante about the 9 layers of hell
L. La Pieta
M. School of Athens
O. Famous English playwright who wrote MacBeth
P. Rebirth in arts and learning from the Ancient Greeks and Ancient Romans
Q. Perspective and realistic depiction of human form
R. Mona Lisa
S. First novel about a man who believed her was a knight
T. Started by Martin Luther over the sale of indulgences that caused the split in the Christian Church 1. Leonardo DaVinci
5. William Shakespeare
6. Don Quixote
8. Advancements in Art
9. Protestant Reformation
11. Leonardo DaVinci
15. William Shakespeare
16. Don Quixote
18. Advancements in Art
19. Protestant Reformation
1) Why does the School of Athens represent the Renaissance?
2) What is Inferno about?
3) Why is Don Quixote so famous?
4) What is the definition of the Renaissance?
5) Why is Shakespeare important?
6) Who financed (paid for) paintings during the Renaissance?
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