World History Study Guide – Chapter 1-16 – Final Exam

Michelangelo.
Who painted the Sistine Chapel?
Muhammad.
Who was the Islam Father?
King Tutankhamen.
Famous Egyptian Pharaoh? With Gold?
Nimrod.
Who was the builder of the World’s First Empire?
Rome.
Who won the Punic Wars?
Isaac Newton.
The Father of Modern Science?
Mary Tudor.
Called “Bloody Mary” because of her vicious persecution of the Protestants?
Hernando Cortes.
This man is known for conquering the Aztecs?
Mount Olympus.
Where did the Greek Gods live?
William of Orange.
Father of Dutch Liberties?
Copernicus.
Proposed the Heliocentric View of the Universe?
Pope Gregory.
The First Medieval Pope?
John Foxe.
Wrote the, ‘Book of Martyrs.’
Homer.
Wrote the, ‘Iliad,’ and, ‘The Odyssey.’
Mozart.
Child prodigy and wrote, ‘The Magic Flute?’
Miguel Cervante.
Wrote, ‘Quixote.’
Hatshepsut.
Egypt’s famous female Pharaoh?
Babylon.
The Empire ruled by Nebuchadnezzar?
Johann Gutenburg.
Invented the Printing Press?
The Nile River.
The longest River?
Patricians.
The wealthy people of Rome?
Cyrus.
Established the Persian Empire?
Herodtus.
The Greek Father of History?
John Wilkins.
Founded the Royal Society?
Ham, Shem, and Japheth.
Who are Noah’s three Sons’?
Democracy.
Ruled by many?
King John.
The King that signed the Magna Carta in 1215?
Genghis Khan.
Began the largest continental Empire in History?
Parthenon.
A beautiful Greek temple?
Polytheist.
The Worshipper of many Gods?
Culture.
A way of Life for a group of people?
Handel.
Wrote the best known Choral piece in the World?
Charlemagne.
Crowned as Emperor on Christmas Day in A.D. 800?
Theocracy.
Israel’s Government before they had Kings?
Johann Eck.
The man Martin Luther debated in the University of Leipzig?
John Wycliffe.
The Morning Star of the Reformation?
Hammurabi.
Created the Ancient Law Code of Babylon?
Hannibal.
Lead War Elephants against Rome?
Tertullian.
Early Church Father, and Christian Father?
Barbar.
Established the Mongol Empire in India?
Durer.
Best remembered for his work, ‘Praying Hands?’
Mount Kilimanjaro.
The highest mountain in Africa?
Johann Kepler.
Discovered three laws of Planetary Motions?
Beethoven.
Great musician who composed, ‘Moonlight Sonata?’
Gustavus Adolphus.
A Lutheran Warrior King?
Pedro Cabral.
Discovered Brazil?
Nero.
The first Roman Emperor to persecute Christians?
Fief.
A piece of land in Feudalism?
Ignatius Loyola.
Who founded the Society of Jesus? (The Jesuits)?
Cuneiform.
Sumarian writing is called?
Athens, Greece.
Pericles was a great Statesman of what city in Ancient times?
The center of Egyptian Life.
Kyro was what?
Shinto.
The oldest surviving religion in Japan?
Justinian Law Code.
The Empress Theodora was very influential in what?
Gaspard de Coligny.
A French Protestant leaders?
Bach.
Wrote all of his music to the Glory of God?
Rembrandt.
A great Dutch painter?
Saint Bartholomew’s Massacre.
Infamous day in the French Religious Wars?
William Shakespeare.
The greatest writer of all time?
Chou Dynasty.
China’s longest ruling Dynasty?
The Spanish Armada.
Defeated in 1588 by England?
Richelieu.
Powerful Cardinal?
Henry the Eighth.
Began the English Reformation?
Johann Eck.
The man that Martin Luther debated at the University of Leipzig?
Vasco de Balboa.
Discovered the Pacific Ocean?
Desiderius Erasmus.
Printed the New Testament in Greek?
Scotland.
John Knox led the Protestants in which Country?
The Nile.
Longest river in the World?
Alexander the Great.
The Greek Conqueror who spread the Hellenic Culture around the World?
Cyrus.
Established the great Persian Empire?
Constantine.
The First Roman Emperor to become a Christian?
Sparta.
Who won the Peloponnesian War?
A Classic.
A work that has withstood the test of time?
The Patricians.
The wealthy of Rome?
The combination of Greek Philosophy and Roman Theology.
What is Scholasticism?
French Protestants.
Who were the Huguenots?
The court of the Roman Church established to try Heiritics.
The Inquisition was a court who did what?
Democracy.
Ruled by many?
Parthenon.
A beautiful Greek Temple?
Moors’ driven out of Spain.
The Reconquista?
Heraldry.
What was worn on Armor for identification?
Hirodotus.
The Father of Greek History?
Polytheist.
Worshipper of MANY gods?
Ended the Thirty Years’ War.
The Peace of Westphalia?
Cush.
The Great ancient Civilization in Africa’s interior? (Moses received his Wife from this place.)
Hugh Ladimer, Nicholas Riddley, and Thomas Crammer.
The Protestant leaders during the reign of Edward the Sixth?
John Huss.
Helped the Reformation in the Land of Bohemia?
The Edict of Nantes.
Granted toleration to the Huguenots?
The way of Life of a group of people.
Culture is..?
Isaac Watts.
The Father of English Hymn?
The Battle of Hastings.
The famous Battle of 1066?
State-established Church principle in Germany.
The Peace of Augsburg?
Mansa Musa.
Greatest ruler of the Mali Empire?
Peace of Augsburg.
Gave Germany the right to have state churches?
95 Thesis.
Martin Luther nailed these to the church door on October 31, 1517?
Indulgences.
Certificates from the Pope that excused a person from serving penance and shortened the time required to stay in Purgatory, a place of fire after death to be purged of sin and rendered fit for Heaven?
Canute the Dane.
Became the King of England in 1016. He ruled England, Denmark, and Norway as a great Empire?
Council of Nicaea.
Rejected the teachings of Arianism?
Battle of Hastings.
Famous battle in 1066?
Cairo.
Center of Egyptian Life?