CSTU 101 Quiz 6 Liberty University

  1. A period of Cultural Rebirth in Europe.
  2. Who wrote the Divine Comedy, which delineated the options available to mankind?
  3. In medieval literature, the word “romance” is most closely associated with what?
  4. Consisted a hero of the Renaissance, who wrote Utopia. Lived from 1478- 1535.
  5. According to the chart in your Textbook. What are the years of the Renaissance?
  6. In the 13th century who also criticized reliance on deductive logic and metaphysical speculations and urged scientists to adopt an inductive investigation method involving observation and experimentation with appropriate instruments and methods, rather than mere reasoning?
  7. Created the statue David and the painted Sistine Chapel?
  8. By establishing order and stability in his lands, Charlemagne prepared the basis for a ninth-century flowering of cultural activity often termed the
  9. Washington National Cathedral is an example of what kind of architecture?
  10. Who initiated the Crusades?
  11. Which of the following was not an outgrowth of the Crusades?
  12. During this time period there was literature for town dwellers as well as country folks. This type of literature was satirical poems depicting ordinary people in events of everyday life with vigorous and coarse humor while ridiculing conventional morality.
  13. In philosophy, the synthesis of the High Ages was made by_________ in the 13th century, who merged Christian and Aristotelian thought.
  14. Who was the famous practitioner in the medieval time period who challenged Aristotelianism by starting with the position that God is the source of truth and that the world is created by God? He merged Christian and Aristotelian thought.
  15. Which century was marked by famine and plague in western Europe?
  16. Humanists believed in the _______ and dignity of the individual.
  17. Perhaps the best example of the early Gothic style of architecture is found in which city?
  18. According to the chart in your textbook, which of these types of literature occurs last?
  19. Michelangelo’s statue standing as a representation of Humanism as it’s proud self.
  20. This poem is about a warrior from southern Sweden who sails to his uncle’s court in Denmark where he slays the monster, Grendel.
  21. Renaissance intellectuals considered themselves to be both humanists and Christians.
  22. Gothic cathedrals were considerably darker than Romanesque cathedrals, and would develop before Romanesque cathedrals.
  23. Religious architecture was the primary European artistic activity.
  24. The pope’s actions on Christmas Day 800 made Charles the Great, or Charlemagne (768–814), king of the Franks and emperor of the Carolingian Empire (from Charles’s Latin name, Carolus)
  25. Despite the authority of the medieval Catholic church, there was a tremendous amount of diversity within medieval literature.
  26. The so-called Children’s Crusade was the only crusade that was “successful” in any meaningful sense.
  27. Not many churches were built during the 11th century because of the lack of money.
  28. The Black Death that struck Europe killed over 90 % of the population.
  29. During the period between 1000–1350, the economy of Europe did not develop much because of little technology being developed.
  30. Science was not very prominent in the medieval intellectual activity.

Set 2

  1. Who initiated the Crusades?
  2. The Arabic Muslims had destroyed all of the Greek writings of antiquity making it difficult for the Crusaders to find.
  3. Who painted a tribute to the greatest figures of classical antiquity in the area of philosophy?
  4. Who was the famous practitioner in the medieval
time period who challenged Aristotelianism by starting with the position that God is the source of truth and that the world is created by God?
  5. Perhaps the best example of the early Gothic style of architecture is found in which city?
  6. Which word best describes the culture that gave rise to Romanesque architecture?
  7. According to Schaeffer, what statue was a statement of what the humanistic man saw himself as being tomorrow?
  8. In medieval literature, the word “romance” is most closely associated with what?
  9. Romanesque Architecture developed from the Gothic Architecture
  10. Washington National Cathedral is an example of what kind of architecture?
  11. Many of the Gothic churches had what shape in the interior?
  12. The term “pointed arches” best describes which style?
  13. Which of the following was not an outgrowth of the Crusades?
  14. This poem is about a warrior from southern Sweden who sails to his uncle’s court in Denmark where he slays the monster. Grendel.
  15. During the period of 750–1000, Carolingian rulers dominated European life.
  16. We defined the Renaissance as a cultural movement that produced artistic transformation and
  17. What century was the Washington National Cathedral built in?
  18. Who halted the Islamic expansion into France and Europe?
  19. A period of Cultural Rebirth in Europe.
  20. Coexisting with feudalism on the lowest level of land division was the ___________system.
  21. The heliocentric model of the universe was taught by ancient astronomers.
  22. The so-called Children’s Crusade was the only crusade that was “successful” in any meaningful sense.
  23. Despite the authority of the medieval Catholic church, there was a tremendous amount of diversity within medieval literature.
  24. Charlemagne’s brutal reign destroyed much learning and education in Europe.
  25. The invention of movable type was one of the most significant developments of the early modern period.
  26. The history of the Crusades illustrates the principle known as the “law of unintended consequences.”
  27. The shift from the medieval to the modern world can be described simply as the shift from a vertical to a horizontal model of reality.
  28. The French term “Notre Dame” refers to the Virgin Mary.
  29. Gothic cathedrals were considerably darker than Romanesque cathedrals.
  30. The rise of the middle class is one of the most significant factors that has shaped the modern western world.

Set 3

  1. Who depicted the Medici family as wise men in his painting?
  2. Which of the following was NOTan outgrowth of the Crusades?
  3. The statement that “man is the maker and molder of himself” comes from which writer?
  4. Who painted a tribute to the greatest figures of classical antiquity?
  5. What were two classical values that inspired the Renaissance humanists?
  6. Which century was marked by famine and plague in Western Europe?
  7. We defined the Renaissance as a cultural movement that produced artistic transformation and.
  8. The term “paradigm shift” most closely refers to which idea?
  9. Which painting offers the best example of the two types of perspective that emerged in Renaissance art?
  10. What was the period when Michelangelo, Da Vinci, and Botticelli worked
  11. The so-called Children’s Crusade was the only crusade that was “successful” in any meaningful sense.
  12. The heliocentric model of the universe was taught by ancient and medieval astronomers.
  13. In his sculpture “Moses,” Michelangelo was trying to capture the moment when Moses confronted Pharaoh in Egypt.
  14. In his self-portrait, Albrecht Durer painted himself looking like a Christ figure
  15. The invention of movable type was one of the most significant developments of the early modern period
  16. The history of the Crusades illustrates the principle known as the “law of unintended consequences”
  17. The shift from the medieval to the modern world can be described simply as the shift from a vertical to a horizontal model of reality.
  18. What gets “reborn” in the Renaissance is primarily the values and culture of the Middle Ages
  19. Renaissance intellectuals considered themselves to be both humanists and Christians.
  20. The rise of the middle class is one of the most significant factors that has shaped the modern western world.
  21. Who halted the Islamic expansion into France and Europe?
  22. What term is used to describe richly decorated medieval manuscripts?
  23. A period of Cultural Rebirth in Europe.
  24. We defined the Renaissance as a cultural movement that produced artistic transformation and _____.
  25. Historians have traditionally described how Europe fell into a period of the “Dark Ages” after which date?
  26. The term “pointed arches” best describes which style?
  27. Which painting offers the best example of the two types of perspective that emerged in Renaissance art?
  28. What did medieval pilgrims travel to a cathedral to see?
  29. Perhaps the best example of the early Gothic style of architecture is found in which city?
  30. What was the period when Michelangelo, Da Vinci, and Botticelli were dominate artists?
  31. Which word best describes the culture that gave rise to Romanesque architecture?
  32. Who described the cosmos as an intricately arranged hierarchy?
  33. What were two classical values that inspired the Renaissance humanists?
  34. Who initiated the Crusades?
  35. Who depicted the Medici family as wise men in his painting?
  36. What gets “reborn” in the Renaissance is primarily the values and culture of the Middle Ages.
  37. The shift from the medieval to the modern world can be described simply as the shift from a vertical to a horizontal model of reality.
  38. The French term “Notre Dame” refers to the Virgin Mary.
  39. The rise of the middle class is one of the most significant factors that has shaped the modern western world.
  40. The heliocentric model of the universe was taught by ancient and medieval astronomers.
  41. Gothic cathedrals were considerably darker than Romanesque cathedrals.
  42. In his sculpture “Moses,” Michelangelo was trying to capture the moment when Moses confronted Pharaoh in Egypt.
  43. Despite the authority of the medieval Catholic church, there was a tremendous amount of diversity within medieval literature.
  44. The so‐called Children’s Crusade was the only crusade that was “successful” in any meaningful sense.