Who painted the Sistine Chapel?
great statesman of ancient Athens
Morning Star of the Reformation
founder of Islam
led war elephants against Rome
great empire builder in Africa
early church father and Christian martyr
Danish king of England
created an ancient law code in Babylon
... became an Egyptian center of life.
... is remembered as the "Father of Modern Science.
... was called "Bloody Mary" for her vicious persecutions of English Protestants.
... was the builder of the world's first empire.
Babar established the ... Empire in India.
The Council of Nicaea ... the teachings of Arianism.
Shinto is the oldest surviving religion of ... .
Empress Theodora was very influential in ... famous law code.
... is best remembered for his work Praying Hands.
... won the Punic Wars.
Mount ... is the highest mountain in Africa.
... discovered Brazil while exploring for the Portuguese.
Hernando Cortes is known for conquering the ... Indians of Mexico.
... was the first Roman emperor to persecute Christians.
The Greek gods supposedly lived on Mt. ... in northern Greece.
wrote Don Quixote
Miguel de Cervantes
proposed the heliocentric view of the universe
Father of Dutch liberties
William of Orange
discovered three laws of planetary motion
child genius who wrote The Magic Flute
great musician who wrote Moonlight Sonata
wrote all music "to the glory of God
great Dutch painter
Rembrandt van Rijn
French Protestant leader
Gaspard de Coligny
What is the piece of land in feudalism called?
What was the most infamous day of the French religious wars?
St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre
Who invented the movable-type printing press c. 1440?
Who wrote the Iliad and the Odyssey?
Who founded the Society of Jesus?
What was the Sumerian writing called?
Who is perhaps the greatest English author of all time?
What is China's longest-ruling dynasty?
In what year was the Spanish Armada defeated by England?
Who wrote The Book of Martyrs?
Who was one of Egypt's female pharaohs?
Who was Richelieu?
What English monarch began the English Reformation?
Whom did Martin Luther debate at the University of Leipzig?
Who was the first medieval pope?
What was the first Protestant confession of faith?
Which empire was ruled by Nebuchadnezzar?
Who discovered the Pacific Ocean?
Vasco de Balboa
Who produced the first printed edition of the New Testament in the original Greek?
In what country did John Knox lead the Protestants?
What is the longest river in the world?
What Greek conqueror spread Hellenic culture throughout all of his conquered lands?
Who established the great Persian empire?
What Roman emperor was the first to make a profession of conversion?
Who won the Peloponnesian War?
the rich of Rome
a work that has stood the test of time
combining Greek philosophy with Roman theology
court of the Roman church established to try "heretics
rule by the many
beautiful Greek temple
Moors driven from Spain
worn on armor identification
Israel's government before the kings
The Greek "Father of History.
Wrote the oldest surviving hymn.
Simon of Cyrene
A worshiper of many gods
T or F: Julius Caesar defeated Sulla in Rome's first civil war.
T or F: The Bible sometimes calls Egypt "the Plain of Shinar.
The great Frankish king ... was crowned "Emperor of the Romans" on Christmas Day, A.D. 800.
Martin Luther posted the Ninety-five Theses on October 31, ..., beginning the Protestant Reformation.
The Puritan clergyman ... was instrumental in forming the Royal Society.
The Peace of ... ended the Thirty Years' War.
King ... of England signed the Magna Carta in 1215.
Noah's sons included all of the following except ... .
What was the great ancient civilization in Africa's interior?
Who started the largest continental empire in history?
Which of the following was NOT a Protestant leader during the reign of Edward VI?
Who wrote the best-known choral piece in the world?
George Frederick Handel
Who was an early light of the Reformation in the land of Bohemia?
The Edict of ... was made by Henry IV to grant toleration to the Huguenots.
What is the way of life of a group of people?
The great composer ... is called the "Father of the English Hymn.
What famous battle was won by William the Conqueror in 1066?