MC up to WW2 - AP Mod Cumulative Take Home Multiple Choice...

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AP Mod Cumulative Take Home Multiple Choice Test 1. Renaissance humanism is primarily defined as…. a. A curriculum based on the study of the classics, rhetoric, and history b. An antireligious program dedicated to the destruction of the Church c. An artistic style that portrayed the depraved state of human beings d. A philosophical movement that emphasized the beauty of nature e. A religious movement that attempted to make Christianity relevant to daily experience 2. The Roman Catholic Council of Trent (1545-1563) had as its primary result a. A compromise with Protestant to reunite Christians b. A political compromise with the Protestant princes of central Europe c. Reform within the Catholic Church and reaffirmation of Catholic doctrine d. The firm reestablishment of conciliar power over the papacy e. Creation of a balance of power between the papacy and the heads of the great Catholic states 3. “Many ended their lives in the public streets, during the day or at night, while many others who died in their homes were discovered dead by their neighbors only by the smell of their decomposing bodies.” This excerpt comes from: a. Dante’s Inferno b. Boccaccio’s Decameron c. Martin Luther’s 9 th Theses d. Paul Sartre’s Existentialism e. David Hume’s The Principle of Morals 4. In early Modern Europe, women were accused of practicing witchcraft more often than were men because of the belief that women: a. Lived longer b. Had too much political power c. Had more money d. Were more prone to violence e. Were more vulnerable to temptation 5. A central feature of the Catholic Reformation was the…. a. Roman Catholic Church’s inability to correct abuses b. Establishment of new religious orders, such as the Jesuits c. Transfer of authority from Rome to the bishoprics d. Rejection of Baroque art e. Toleration of Protestants in Roman Catholic countries 6. The political strength of the Medici family in Florence was initially based on: a. A close alliance with the papacy b. The influence and wealth of their bank c. The support of the lower classes d. The support of a powerful citizen militia e. Their tenure in various municipal offices 7. Renaissance humanism drew its main inspiration from…. a. Religious asceticism b. Classical languages and literature c. The curricula of medieval universities d. Political reforms of the Holy Roman Empire e. The ideas of Dante’s Inferno 8. The Society of Jesus was founded by…. . a. Henry VIII b. Thomas More c. Theresa of Avila d. Ignatius of Loyola e. Pope Paul III
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9. Major Protestant and Roman Catholic leaders of the 16 th century condemned the Anabaptists because Anabaptists: a. Rejected the Bible as the source of religious truth b. Favored government enforcement of morality c. Advocated a complete separation of church and state d. Restored the privileges of the clergy e. Tried to reconcile Protestant and Catholic teachings 10. Martin Luther believed that the most important role for a Christian woman was to:
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MC up to WW2 - AP Mod Cumulative Take Home Multiple Choice...

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