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AP European History Bowl

AP European History Bowl. Unit 1: Renaissance and Expansion. Sample. Sample. Round 2 Not Available for Sample. Ultimate Question. Round 1. Erasmus of Rotterdam. Cosimo de’ Medici. Niccolo Machiavelli. Renaissance Philosophy. Wars and the Military. Visual Arts. New Monarchs.

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AP European History Bowl

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  1. AP European History Bowl Unit 1: Renaissance and Expansion Sample

  2. Sample Round 2 Not Available for Sample Ultimate Question Round1 Erasmus of Rotterdam Cosimo de’ Medici Niccolo Machiavelli

  3. Renaissance Philosophy Wars and the Military Visual Arts New Monarchs Feeling Religious Let’s Explore $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500

  4. $100 This 14th-century Florentine is considered the “father” of Humanism in Renaissance Italy. Scoreboard Answer

  5. $100 Who is Petrarch? Scoreboard

  6. $200 This philosopher wrote On the Dignity of Man and believed humans were capable of achieving great things. Scoreboard Answer

  7. $200 Who is Pico Della Mirandola? Scoreboard

  8. $300 This Lord Chancellor to Henry VIII wrote Utopia, a view of an ideal society based on Renaissance ideals. Scoreboard Answer

  9. $300 Who is Thomas More? Scoreboard

  10. $400 The Courtier, written by this diplomat, was the most important work on courtly behavior and the ideal of the quintessential Renaissance man. Scoreboard Answer

  11. $400 Who is Baldassare Castiglione? Scoreboard

  12. $500 This Frenchman’s development of the essay form and his ideas of skepticismmade him an important figure in the late Renaissance. Scoreboard Answer

  13. $500 Who is Michel de Montaigne? Scoreboard

  14. $100 This long war between England and France resulted in England’s loss of nearly all its French territories. Scoreboard Answer

  15. $100 What is the Hundred Years’ War? Scoreboard

  16. $200 This young peasant quasi-military leader helped the French defeat England in the Hundred Year’s War. Scoreboard Answer

  17. $200 Who is Joan of Arc? Scoreboard

  18. $300 The mutinous armies of this emperor sacked Rome in 1527. Scoreboard Answer

  19. $300 Who is Charles V? Scoreboard

  20. $400 This late-fifteenth century struggle between two noble families led to the rise of the Tudor Dynasty in England. Scoreboard Answer

  21. $400 What is the War of the Roses? Scoreboard

  22. $500 This policy resulted in the expulsion of Moors and Jews from Spain in the late-15th century. Scoreboard Answer

  23. $500 What is thereconquista? Scoreboard

  24. $100 This sculptor created in the 15th century the first bronze statue since antiquity. Scoreboard Answer

  25. $100 Who is Donatello? Scoreboard

  26. $200 Michelangelo built a huge dome atop this basilica for the pope in the early-16th century. Scoreboard Answer

  27. $200 What is St. Peter’s Basilica? Scoreboard

  28. History Double Place a bet between $100 to $1000 (or higher if you have more money) Question

  29. $300 This technique was developed by Giotto to create 3-D effects. He used contrasts of light and dark colors. Scoreboard Answer

  30. $300 What is chiaroscuro? Scoreboard

  31. $400 This master of perspective built in Florence the then-largest dome in the world, known as Il Duomo. Scoreboard Answer

  32. $400 Who is Brunelleschi? Scoreboard

  33. $500 This German was the foremost Northern Renaissance artist, a master of the woodcut. Scoreboard Answer

  34. $500 Who is Albrecht Dürer? Scoreboard

  35. $100 This “arachnid” monarch in France created a royal army and suppressed the nobility in the late-fifteenth century. Scoreboard Answer

  36. $100 Who is Louis XI (the “Spider King”)? Scoreboard

  37. $200 These two monarchs united Spain in the late 15th century and established the Reconquista. Scoreboard Answer

  38. $200 Who are Ferdinand and Isabella? Scoreboard

  39. . $300 This French ruler instituted the taille and took power of appointing bishops away from the Church in the Concordat of Bologna (1516). Scoreboard Answer

  40. $300 Who is Francis I? Scoreboard

  41. $400 This late-15th century Tudor used the Star Chamber to reduce the power of the nobility. Scoreboard Answer

  42. $400 Who is Henry VII? Scoreboard

  43. $500 This ruler, though not really a “new monarch,” led both the Spanish and Austrian Hapsburg branches and was the most powerful European ruler of the 16th century. Scoreboard Answer

  44. $500 Who is Charles V? Scoreboard

  45. $100 This northern humanist wrote a powerful critique of Catholic Church abuses in In Praise of Folly. Scoreboard Answer

  46. $100 Who is Erasmus? Scoreboard

  47. $200 This turn-of-the-16th-century pontiff was the most worldly and corrupt of the Renaissance popes. He was a huge patron of Renaissance Art. Scoreboard Answer

  48. $200 Who is Alexander VI? Scoreboard

  49. $300 This fourteenth century English theologian believed the Church should only follow scripture. His followers were the Lollards. Scoreboard Answer

  50. $300 Who is John Wyclif? Scoreboard

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