5. What did the works of Dante, Giotto, and Petrarch have in common? (Points : 1)
Their works show a transition from medieval to Renaissance ways of thinking.
Their characters or subjects were symbolic figures that represented virtues or vices.
Their works represented the failures of man and his lack of wisdom.
Their works showed a renewed interest in the medieval period.

6. Which was one of Machiavelli’s main arguments in The Prince?
(Points : 1)
Political power should be based on Christian principles.

Democracy produces few good leaders.

Good leaders should always seek the advice of the people before acting.

Good leaders sometimes have to be cruel for the overall good of their society.

7. Thriving cities of the Italian Renaissance included all of the following except ____________.
(Points : 1)




8. What was one of the main factors that helped the Renaissance spread beyond Italy?
(Points : 1)
increased trade

new weapons

the plague

the decline of the church

9. Which of the following does not accurately describe a result of the invention of the printing press?
(Points : 1)
Books became available to many people throughout Europe.

Books became less expensive to purchase.

Books became expensive due to the high demand for them.

The literacy rate began to rise as interest in learning grew.

10. Which Renaissance artist was famous for his paintings of Mary and the infant Jesus and The School of Athens, which was painted in the library of Pope Julius II?
(Points : 1)




11. Name the great Florentine painter and sculptor whose works include the Pietà and the Sistine Chapel ceiling. (Points : 1)
Leonard da Vinci

12. Who was a painter, sculptor, architect, engineer, scientist, philosopher, visionary, and the Renaissance man? Some of his famous works include the Adoration of the Magi, The Last Supper, and the Mona Lisa.
(Points : 1)
Albrecht Dürer

Leonard da Vinci

Hans Holbein the Younger

El Greco

13. Which northern European Renaissance artist was one of the first to paint on wood panels with oil paint? He also painted the famous Giovanni Arnolfini and His Bride, which had many realistic details and symbols. (Points : 1)
Albrecht Dürer
Hans Holbein the Younger
El Greco
Jan van Eyck

14. Who was the greatest playwright of the Elizabethan Age? Some of his plays include Romeo and Juliet, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and Hamlet.
(Points : 1)
Thomas More

Edmund Spenser

William Shakespeare

Desiderius Erasmus

15. Which of the following was not true of the Elizabethan Age?
(Points : 1)
Queen Elizabeth was the ruler of England.

The most active part of literary life in Elizabethan London occurred in the theater.

London was a prosperous city of merchants and shopkeepers.

There were no patrons in England to support the arts.


3 Responses to 10 points! please help me with history!?

  1. Shedd says:

    It’s in your textbook, and if it’s not, it’s online, on a RELIABLE website. I promise.

    Grow up and do your homework.

  2. Judith says:

    Do your own homework.

  3. Mr_Philosophy_Guy says:

    6) cruelty for the overall good, end justifies the means.
    8) decline of church
    11) michelangelo
    12) da vinci
    14 shakespeare

    Sorry I dunno the rest. Didn’t wanna guess and mess up your homework. Hope those help at least.

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