History Chp. 5

History Chp. 5 - Term Definition dowry money brought by a...

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Term: dowry Definition: money brought by a bride to her husband at marriage Term: secular Definition: worldly rather than spiritual Term: salvation Definition: acceptance to Heaven Term: justification by faith Definition: doctrine that held that a person can be deemed good because of faith alone Term: predestination Definition: doctrine that held that God determines everything that happens in the past, present and future
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Term: humanisn Definition: interest in and study of classical writing, art, and society Term: reformation Definition: movement that resulted in the creation of Protestant churches Term: mercenary Definition: soldier serving for pay Term: indulgences Definition: certificates issued by the Catholic Church that could reduce or even eliminate someone's punishment for sin Term: fresco Definition: painting on fresh, moist plaster with pigments dissolved in water
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Term: False. *Humanism Definition: A key intellectual movement of the Renaissance was secularism. True of false? Term: True. Definition: Humanists used the works of Cicero as a model for prose and those of Virgil for poetry. True or false? Term: False. *Story of journey to salvation Definition: Dante's masterpiece, The Divine Comedy, is the story of two clowns in a medieval circus. T or F? Term: True. Definition: The Canterbury Tales is a collection of stories told by a group of 29 pilgrims headed for the tomb of Saint Thomas a Becket. T or F? Term: False. *called liberal so students could obtain wisdom and value Definition: During the Renaissance, studies were called "liberal" because of their non-conservative approach. T or F?
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Term: False. *Humans Definition: In Renaissance art, God was the focus of attention. T or F? Term: False. *realistically Definition: By the end of the 15th century, Italian painters, sculptors, and architects had mastered the new techniques for symbolically portraying the world around them. T or F? Term: True. Definition: The High Renaissance in Italy is associated with three artistic giants - Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael, and Michelangelo. T or F?
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