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Midterm Study Questions: History 141: Spring 2018 True or False Questions: Some will be eliminated.1.The most important of all the Christian humanists was the German born-scholar Cardinal Richelieu.2.Queen Isabella supported Martin Luther and the Protestant reformers.3.To most historians, the Council of Trent marks the beginning of the Reformation.4.Henry VIII was born in Switzerland on April 10, 1529.5.Martin Luther denied the Catholic doctrine of transubstantiation.6.The final doctrinal decrees of the Institutes of the Christian Religion reaffirmed traditional Catholic teachings in opposition to Protestant beliefs.7.In 1534, Parliament moved to finalize the Church of England’s break with Rome.8.Henry VIII was succeeded by his nephew, Charles II.9.The Institutes of the Christian Religion is the most famous work of Sir Thomas More.10.During the reign of Mary (daughter of Henry VIII), England became the leader of the Protestant nations of Europe.11.Protestantism removed the women from her traditional role as controller of religion in the home.12.The politiques of France believed that no religious truth was worth the ravages of civil war.13.Martin Luther founded the Jesuits in 1602.14.The religious policy of Elizabeth I was based on moderation and compromise.15.Huguenots, the Spanish Calvinists, came from the poorest classes of society.16.The greatest advocate of militant Catholicism in the second half of the sixteenth century was King Phillip of Spain.17.Columbus made a total of two voyages to the western hemisphere.18.The most famous medieval travelers to the East were the Polos of Venice.19.As part of the Columbian exchange, potatoes, corn, tomatoes, tobacco went to the Europe.20.Sometime during the second century A.D., a people known as the Aztecs long

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