The Northern Renaissance

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By 1500, Renaissance ideas were mainly being spread across Europe through speeches. books. recordings. politicians.
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B
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How did the end of the Hundred Years’ War in 1453 help spread the Renaissance across northern Europe? It allowed France to focus on the Renaissance. It allowed Spain to focus on the Renaissance. It allowed Germany to focus on the Renaissance. It allowed Russia to focus on the Renaissance.
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A
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The Italian wars that began in 1494 helped spread Renaissance ideas to Portugal. Spain. England. France.
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D
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Differing interpretations of the Bible by Christians in Europe eventually led to the Reformation. the Hundred Years’ War. the Black Plague. the Italian wars.
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A
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A Northern Renaissance writer who criticized the Catholic Church was William Shakespeare. Jan van Eyck. Albrecht Dürer. Desiderius Erasmus.
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D
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A Northern Renaissance writer who applied humanistic principles to the theater was Desiderius Erasmus. William Shakespeare. Thomas More. Hans Holbein.
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B
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A Northern Renaissance artist who also published books was Thomas More. Hans Holbein. Jan van Eyck. Albrecht Dürer.
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D
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Where did Italian artists and writers flee for safety during the Italian wars? northern Europe southern Europe North America South America
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A
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After many people began reading and interpreting the Bible, they began to support the Church’s teachings. began to challenge the Church’s teachings. ignored the Church. abandoned the Church.
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B
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The Italian Renaissance spread across Europe in the late 1400s through religion. urbanization. newspapers. farming.
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B
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William Shakespeare’s plays contributed to Renaissance culture by satirizing the Catholic Church. describing an ideal society. creating complex characters. creating both books and art.
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C
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The graph shows the number of books printed in Europe between 1400-1800. A conclusion that can be drawn from the graph is that the demand for books increased slightly between the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. slightly between the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. sharply between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. sharply between the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
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C
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Which book could many people read for the first time because of the Gutenberg press? Utopia Republic Hamlet the Bible
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D
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Which best describes printing before the invention of the Gutenberg printing press? a long, expensive process a short, expensive process a long, inexpensive process a short, inexpensive process
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A

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