Fifteenth-Century Italian Art Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. What is a city-state?

Question 2 2. The Peace of Westphalia accomplished which of the following?

Question 3 3. The artist who painted the Mona Lisa also painted the

Question 4 4. How did Gutenberg's printing press impact the Renaissance and the Protestant Reformation?

Question 5 5. Which of the following were results of Gutenberg's printing press?

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Question 6 6. The 80 Years' War, the execution of Mary Queen of Scots and the 30 Years' War are all examples of _____.

Question 7 7. What was the significance of the dome Brunelleschi built for Santa Maria del Fiore?

Question 8 8. What was the Italian Renaissance?

Question 9 9. Northern Europe's close ties to the Christian Church during its renaissance led to _____.

Question 10 10. Gutenberg's contribution to the world of printing was

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Question 11 11. The main reason for the development of Humanism was the

Question 12 12. The first printing presses appeared in Europe in which century?

Question 13 13. Which of the following social revolutions can be directly attributed to the ease of exchange of information made possible by the invention of the printing press?

Question 14 14. What was the significance of Brunelleschi's Ospedale degli Innocenti?

Question 15 15. How did Humanism change individuals' interests?

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Question 16 16. The first printing presses appeared in

Question 17 17. What made Lorenzo Ghiberti's doors, known as the Gates of Paradise, so special?

Question 18 18. What do the Hundred Years' War and the War of the Roses have in common?

Question 19 19. How did the Renaissance spread from Italy to places such as France, England, and Germany?

Question 20 20. What were the three aspects of the Duomo of Florence that are partly responsible for initiating the Italian Renaissance?

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Question 21 21. Renaissance art differed from Medieval art in that it

Question 22 22. What was the importance of the Pazzi Chapel?

Question 23 23. Why was the dome of the Duomo Cathedral of Florence so difficult for Filippo Brunelleschi to build?

Question 24 24. Renaissance art re-introduced the cultures of

Question 25 25. How does Erasmus exemplify the ideals of the Northern Renaissance?

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Question 26 26. Who was Filippo Brunelleschi?

Question 27 27. What made Giotta de Bondone's bell tower so important?

Question 28 28. Which artist is responsible for sculpting David, the Pieta, and Moses?

Question 29 29. Who wrote Utopia?

Question 30 30. The Sistine Chapel was painted by:

Fifteenth-Century Italian Art Chapter Exam Instructions

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