AP European History 2.1 Period 1: 1450-1648
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AP European History Period 1: 1450-1648 Drill 2, Problem 1. As a result of the meeting in the image, which of the following occurred?
|AP||AP European History|
|AP European History||Period 1: 1450-1648|
|Chronological Reasoning||Historical Causation|
|Historical Arguments and Evidence||Appropriate Use of Relevant Historical Evidence|
|Test Prep||AP European History|
worms we know what you're thinking but the meeting did not take place in a pile [people stuck in a pile of dirt]
of dirt actually a diet refers to a deliberate assembly and worms is a city
in Germany really we're not making this stuff up people funny name for a [Worms shown on a map of Germany]
historically significant meeting yes something you want to think about when
you're eating spaghetti probably not well to best answer the question we [children running away from a meal of spaghetti]
should probably figure out what the point of the meeting was in the first
place well basically Pope Leo the tenth had recently read Luther's ninety-five
theses and not so surprisingly given the subject matter found a teensy-weensy few [Pope Leo reading a theses and throws book in the air]
little problems with it 41 problems to be precise and when the Pope has 41
problems with your ninety-five theses well you might want to go back to the
drawing board and so the whole meeting thing served as a place for Luther to [People congregating at a meeting]
renounce his writings to the Pope. Well that was Leo's plan anyway but spoiler
alert Luther showed up and did the exact opposite awkward even more awkward was [Pope soeaking to the Pope]
that many people of the meeting actually fell for that pile of worms allowing for
the idea to spread throughout Europe and even in the New World well, eliminates B
and D and following the meeting Martin Luther not related to King jr.
translated the New Testament into his native tongue German not Italian so that [Luther translating the new testament]
eliminates C as well. The members have stated the meeting were so impressed by
Luther's defense of his writings that they began to support him more and more [People waving their arms in support]
and hey, the thought of gaining ownership over the church's land didn't hurt
either religious reform became a hot-button issue of the state making A A button labelled hot]
the correct answer and making this meeting one of the biggest and most
uncomfortable backfires in human history yea yikes!