The Agony and the Ecstasy Quiz | Two Week Quiz A

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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Book Seven.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What does Granacci tell Michelangelo that Ghirlandaio is willing to do?
(a) find him another patron
(b) bring him back as a teacher of sculpture
(c) sponsor him as a sculptor
(d) accept him back as an apprentice

2. What does Lodovico initially refuse to give his son?
(a) the new equipment he will need
(b) permission to attend the de Medici school
(c) new clothes fitting for the Medici palace
(d) money to live on

3. Eventually, what does Lodovico hope for that will help his family?
(a) connections to de Medici
(b) his son's becoming famous
(c) Michelangelo will change his mind
(d) a new position in Milan

4. How does Charles VIII of France want to claim the Kingdom of Naples?
(a) through treaty
(b) through eminent domaine
(c) through warfare
(d) through inheritance

5. Who comes to Rome and is able to help clean out Michelangelo's new quarters?
(a) his father Lodovico
(b) his brother Buonarroto
(c) his brother Lionardo
(d) his friend Granacci

Short Answer Questions

1. What scene does Michelangelo want to paint in the Sistine Chapel?

2. What does Michelangelo learn the city fathers have sent behind Piero de Medici's back?

3. Who wants to bring down the papacy and return Italy to the simple, stark, religious ways of his own beliefs?

4. What is something Michelangelo learns from members of the academy?

5. Who is gaining in popularity and importance in Rome to Michelangelo's advantage?

(see the answer key)

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