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  1. Welcome to … Multi-Q Introduction JEOPARDY Question & Answer Review Game Designed for Use in the Classroom Skip Rules

  2. TOPIC 1 What do you know about… Italian Renaissance

  3. TOPIC 2 What do you know about… Humanism

  4. TOPIC 3 What do you know about… Renaissance Art

  5. TOPIC 4 What do you know about… Exploration

  6. TOPIC 5 What do you know about… Northern Renaissance

  7. TOPIC 6 What do you know about… Spanish America

  8. MultiQ Choices FINAL QUESTION

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  10. 1:10 T o p i c 1 f o r 1 0 p o i n t s … Most Scholars agree that the Renaissance was a time of transition from medieval to ____ times CLICK TO CHECK

  11. T h e c o r r e c t a n s w e r i s … 1:10 Answer modern 10 CLICK TO PLAY AGAIN

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  13. 1:20 T o p i c 1 f o r 2 0 p o i n t s … Scholars have used this term to describe this apparent coalescence of humanism and civic reform CLICK TO CHECK

  14. T h e c o r r e c t a n s w e r i s … 1:20 Answer Civic humanism 20 CLICK TO PLAY AGAIN

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  16. 1:30 T o p i c 1 f o r 3 0 p o i n t s … 19th century Swiss historian famously described the Renaissance as the “prototype of the modern world” CLICK TO CHECK

  17. T h e c o r r e c t a n s w e r i s … 1:30 Answer Jacob Burkhardt 30 CLICK TO PLAY AGAIN

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  19. 1:40 T o p i c 1 f o r 4 0 p o i n t s … Has a cultural advantage over the rest of Europe because its geography made it the natural gateway between East and West CLICK TO CHECK

  20. T h e c o r r e c t a n s w e r i s … 1:40 Answer Italy 40 CLICK TO PLAY AGAIN

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  22. 1:50 T o p i c 1 f o r 5 0 p o i n t s … Italian cities of the High Renaissance had this in abundance which was the main requirement for the patronage of the arts and letters CLICK TO CHECK

  23. T h e c o r r e c t a n s w e r i s … 1:50 Answer Great wealth 50 CLICK TO PLAY AGAIN

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  25. 2:10 T o p i c 2 f o r 1 0 p o i n t s … The “father of humanism” CLICK TO CHECK

  26. T h e c o r r e c t a n s w e r i s … 2:10 Answer Francesco Petrarch 10 CLICK TO PLAY AGAIN

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  28. 2:20 T o p i c 2 f o r 2 0 p o i n t s … The movement in which it calls to study the classics and the liberal arts CLICK TO CHECK

  29. T h e c o r r e c t a n s w e r i s … 2:20 Answer Humanism 20 CLICK TO PLAY AGAIN

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  31. 2:30 T o p i c 2 f o r 3 0 p o i n t s … Made the Vita Nuova and Divine Comedy. CLICK TO CHECK

  32. T h e c o r r e c t a n s w e r i s … 2:30 Answer Dante Alighieri 30 CLICK TO PLAY AGAIN

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  34. 2:40 T o p i c 2 f o r 4 0 p o i n t s … To have wisdom, eloquently spoken, both knowledge of the good and the ability to move others to desire it is the focus of whom. CLICK TO CHECK

  35. T h e c o r r e c t a n s w e r i s … 2:40 Answer The goal of humanist 40 CLICK TO PLAY AGAIN

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  37. 2:50 T o p i c 2 f o r 5 0 p o i n t s … Hailed as "The First Lady of the world”, she was educated, a famous patron of the arts, and a beautiful female icon CLICK TO CHECK

  38. T h e c o r r e c t a n s w e r i s … 2:50 Answer Isabella D’Este 50 CLICK TO PLAY AGAIN

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  40. 3:10 T o p i c 3 f o r 1 0 p o i n t s … The father of Renaissance painting CLICK TO CHECK

  41. T h e c o r r e c t a n s w e r i s … 3:10 Answer Giotto 10 CLICK TO PLAY AGAIN

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  43. 3:20 T o p i c 3 f o r 2 0 p o i n t s … The frescoes in the Vatican’s Sistine chapel are the most famous paintings of his work. CLICK TO CHECK

  44. T h e c o r r e c t a n s w e r i s … 3:20 Answer Michelangelo 20 CLICK TO PLAY AGAIN

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  46. 3:30 T o p i c 3 f o r 3 0 p o i n t s … Made room for the strange and the abnormal, giving freer reign to the individual perceptions and feelings of the artist CLICK TO CHECK

  47. T h e c o r r e c t a n s w e r i s … 3:30 Answer Mannersism 30 CLICK TO PLAY AGAIN

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  49. 3:40 T o p i c 3 f o r 4 0 p o i n t s … Whereas medieval art tended to be abstract and formulaic, focusing on religion, Renaissance art embraced CLICK TO CHECK

  50. T h e c o r r e c t a n s w e r i s … 3:40 Answer The natural world and human emotions 40 CLICK TO PLAY AGAIN