Week 11 Quiz
HUM 111, World Cultures I
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This quiz consist of 30 multiple choice questions. The first 10 questions cover the material in Chapter 17. The second 10 questions cover the material in Chapter 18. The last 10 questions cover the material in Chapter 20. Be sure you are in the correct Chapter when you take the quiz.

Question 1 Why was Thomas Müntzer so critical of Martin Luther during the Peasant War?
Question 2 Why did Luther reject the Church’s doctrine that good deeds and work led to salvation?
Question 3 Why did Luther rebel against Church mandate about celibacy for those in a religious vocation?
Question 4 Which of the following is not one of Albrecht Dürer’s Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse?
Question 5 Why did many Protestants object to religious art?
Question 6 What harmonious relationship does Pieter Bruegel the Elder’s Harvesters celebrate?
Question 7 What process did Dürer use in Melancholia I to create deeper and darker shadows?
Question 8 Why did Martin Luther enter a monastery in 1505?
Question 9 On what main point did Ulrich Zwingli’s ideas about Christianity differ from Luther’s?
Question 10 Why did many Northern artists turn to painting portraits and landscapes?
Question 11 What about the Aztec capital Tenochtitlán surprised Cortés?
Question 12 Why were the Europeans so eager to colonize America?
Question 13 What determined if a painter belonged to the Northern or the Southern school?
Question 14 Why is much in the Forbidden City based on the number 9?
Question 15 Why is Zhu Di’s palace complex known as the Forbidden City?
Question 16 As noted in the chapter’s “Continuity and Change” section, when Japan reopened its doors to the world in 1853, what about its culture especially appealed to the Westerners?
Question 17 What group influenced the growing interest in portraiture in Islamic India?
Question 18 For what did the Inca use gold and silver?
Question 19 On what Daoist principle is the Forbidden City’s grid within a grid based?
Question 20 Why did Zhu Di launch his treasure fleet?
Question 21 Why is the Escorial of a square, severe style?
Question 22 After the Muslims and the Jews, whom did the Spanish Inquisition seek to persecute?
Question 23 Why did Charles V direct his son to construct the Escorial?
Question 24 Which of the following was not ordered by the Council of Trent?
Question 25 As expressed in the chapter’s “Continuity and Change” section, why are the La Pittura images of Lavinia Fontana and Artemesia Gentileschi so significant in the history of art?
Question 26 Why is Michelangelo’s Victory called a serpentine figure?
Question 27 Why would the Church permit Cellini’s creation of such an erotic piece as the Saltcellar?
Question 28 Why did Spain institute an Inquisition in 1478?
Question 29 Why did the Council of Trent insist on the use of religious imagery?
Question 30 What is the distinction of Cellini’s Life?