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Which courtier to the royal family of the city-state of Mantua wrote a guide that described how a courtier should act while serving at court? A. Machiavelli B. Cesare Borgia C. Castiglione D. Cosimo de' Medici
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Which Renaissance figure, considered the founder of modern political science, wrote The Prince, which describes how a strong ruler obtains and keeps power? A. Plutarch B. Castiglione C. John Calvin D. Machiavelli
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Which dedicated patron of the arts made the Italian city-state of Mantua a center of learning and was considered a Renaissance woman A. Isabella d'Este B. Teresa of Avila C. Catherine of Aragon D. Catherine de' Medici
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John Calvin was a French theologian who was instrumental in the Protestant Reformation and who continues to hold wide influence today in theology, education, and even politics.

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