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Downloadable Test Bank for The Humanistic Tradition Volume 2: The Early Modern World to the Present, 7th Edition, Gloria K. Fiero, ISBN10: 1259351688, ISBN13: 9781259351686

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Test Bank for The Humanistic Tradition Volume 2: The Early Modern World to the Present, 7th Edition, Gloria K. Fiero, ISBN10: 1259351688, ISBN13: 9781259351686
Table of Contents
19 Protest and Reform: The Waning of the Old Order
Book 4: Faith, Reason, and Power in the Early Modern World
20 The Catholic Reformation and the Baroque Style
21 Absolute Power and the Aristocratic Style
22 The Baroque in the Protestant North
23 The Scientific Revolution and the New Learning
24 The Enlightenment: The Promise of Reason
25 The Limits of Reason
26 EighteenthCentury Art, Music, and Society
Book 5: Romanticism, Realism, and the NineteenthCentury World
27 The Romantic View of Nature
28 The Romantic Hero
29 The Romantic Style in Art and Music
30 Industry, Empire, and the Realist Style
31 The Move Toward Modernism
Book 6: Modernism, Postmodernism, and the Global Perspective
32 The Modernist Assault
33 The Freudian Revolution
34 Total War, Totalitarianism, and the Arts
35 The Quest for Meaning
36 Identity and Liberation
37 The Information Age
38 Globalism: The Contemporary World

SAMPLE CHAPTER

1. The technological innovation that spurred the Protestant Reformation was the
A. compass.
B. ability to pave roadways.
C. printing press.
D. long bow.

Learning Objective: Recall technological advances in the Renaissance era.
Topic: Christian humanism
Topic: History
Topic: Philosophy and Religion
Topic: Protestant reformation
Topic: printmaking
Topic: science and technology

2. The devotio moderna movement first took root in which of the following countries?
A. Italy
B. Switzerland
C. Spain
D. the Netherlands

Learning Objective: Describe the attitude of skepticism that arose during the Protestant Reformation.
Topic: Christian humanism
Topic: History
Topic: Philosophy and Religion

3. Besides the Bible, which of the following was the most frequently published book in the Christian West well into modern times?
A. the Divine Comedy
B. The Book of Hours
C. Imitatio Christi
D. Canterbury Tales

Learning Objective: Describe the attitude of skepticism that arose during the Protestant Reformation.
Topic: Christian humanism
Topic: History
Topic: Philosophy and Religion

4. The leading Christian humanist of his day, ________ led the critical study of the Bible and writings of the church fathers.
A. Pliny the Elder
B. Plato
C. Cicero
D. Erasmus

Learning Objective: Describe the attitude of skepticism that arose during the Protestant Reformation.
Topic: Christian humanism
Topic: History
Topic: Literature
Topic: Philosophy and Religion

5. Across the loose confederation of German territories, the Church’s sale of indulgences for the specific purpose of ________ provoked harsh lay criticism and was the final straw that eventually led to the Protestant Reformation.
A. rebuilding Saint Peter’s Cathedral in Rome
B. sending missionaries to the Orient
C. repaving the streets in Paris
D. outfitting the pontiff in several new outfits

Learning Objective: Describe the attitude of skepticism that arose during the Protestant Reformation.
Topic: History
Topic: Philosophy and Religion
Topic: Protestant reformation

6. ________ was the voice of the Protestant Reformation.
A. Albrecht Dürer
B. Martin Luther
C. John Calvin
D. Thomas More

Learning Objective: Describe the attitude of skepticism that arose during the Protestant Reformation.
Topic: History
Topic: Northern Renaissance
Topic: Philosophy and Religion
Topic: Protestant reformation

7. The 1517 call for Church reform posted on the Wittenberg Cathedral’s door was titled
A. The Prince.
B. the Divine Comedy.
C. the NinetyFive Theses.
D. Imitatio Christi.

Learning Objective: Describe the attitude of skepticism that arose during the Protestant Reformation.
Topic: History
Topic: Philosophy and Religion
Topic: Protestant reformation

8. German princes either held fast in their allegiance to Rome, or banded together under the name of
A. Lutherans.
B. Calvinists.
C. the Anabaptists.
D. Anglicans.

Learning Objective: Describe the attitude of skepticism that arose during the Protestant Reformation.
Topic: History
Topic: Philosophy and Religion
Topic: Protestant reformation

9. A Zurichbased radical wing of Protestantism called ________ rejected all seven of the Catholic sacraments, turning instead to individual acceptance of God.
A. Lutherans
B. Calvinists
C. the Anabaptists
D. Anglicans

Learning Objective: Describe the attitude of skepticism that arose during the Protestant Reformation.
Topic: Anabaptists
Topic: History
Topic: Philosophy and Religion
Topic: Protestant reformation

10. A Genevabased Protestant sect named ________ emphasized the predestined nature of humanity from birth for salvation or damnation.
A. Lutherans
B. Calvinists
C. the Anabaptists
D. Anglicans

Learning Objective: Describe the attitude of skepticism that arose during the Protestant Reformation.
Topic: History
Topic: Philosophy and Religion
Topic: Protestant reformation

11. In 1526, Henry VIII declared himself head of which of the following organizations?
A. Lutherans
B. Calvinists
C. the Anabaptists
D. Anglicans

Learning Objective: Describe the attitude of skepticism that arose during the Protestant Reformation.
Topic: Anglican Church
Topic: History
Topic: Philosophy and Religion

12. The founder of Protestantism favored above all others which of the following types of music?
A.
the Mass

B.
the chorale

C.
the concerto

D.
the Gregorian chant

Learning Objective: Describe artistic contributions of leading figures of the Northern Renaissance.
Topic: Music and Dance
Topic: Northern Renaissance
Topic: Protestant reformation

13. The pioneer of Northern Realism in painting was the Flemish artist
A. Giovanni Nicolas Arnolfini.
B. Hieronymus Bosch.
C. Raphael.
D. Jan van Ecyk.

Learning Objective: Describe artistic contributions of leading figures of the Northern Renaissance.
Topic: Art and Architecture
Topic: Northern Renaissance

14. The literary genre of the novel was first created in Japan; which of the following is considered the first Western novel?
A. the Divine Comedy
B. Tale of Genji
C. Don Quixote
D. Canterbury Tales

Learning Objective: Describe artistic contributions of leading figures of the Northern Renaissance.
Topic: History
Topic: Literature
Topic: Northern Renaissance

15. The most powerful form of literary expression to evolve in the late sixteenth century was secular
A. readings.
B. dance.
C. drama.
D. sermons.