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Middle Ages

Quiz by Ted Tiefel

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19 questions
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  • Q1
    All of the following are effects of the collapse of the Roman Empire except?
    Increase in education
    Disruption of trade
    Downfall of cities
    Loss of common language
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  • Q2
    Which of the following is a synonym for serf?
    Monk
    Noble
    Peasant
    Manor
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  • Q3
    Which Crusade was the only successful one for the Christians?
    Second Crusade
    Fourth Crusade
    Third Crusade
    First Crusade
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  • Q4
    The most famous and respected Muslim leader, who create a peace treaty with Christians during the Crusades was:
    Richard the Lionheart
    Saladin
    Pepin
    Seljuk
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  • Q5
    Which member of the feudal system was MOST tied to the land?
    Blacksmith
    Farmer
    Serf
    King
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  • Q6
    The Pope crowning Charlemagne “Holy Roman Emperor” on December 25 in the year 800 shows the
    Influence of the Church on European government
    Effects of Crusades on Western political life
    Devastation of the Bubonic plague on the Franks
    Birth of a new secular era in the Middle Ages
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  • Q7
    One long-term effect of the Crusades was the
    Control of Jerusalem by Europeans
    Fall of the Ming Dynasty
    Growth of trade and towns in Western Europe
    Development of Pax Mongolia
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  • Q8
    Which heading best completes the partial outline?
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    Goals of the Hanseatic League
    Results of the Reconquista
    Reasons for Europeans to Fight in the Crusades
    Aims of Charlemagne
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  • Q9
    The information on the above map suggests that the Black Death was primarily spread by the actions of
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    Nomadic peoples
    Explorers
    Merchants
    Invading armies
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  • Q10
    What is a primary characteristic of a feudal society
    Economic equality for all
    An exchange of land for services
    Protection of individual rights
    A representative government
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  • Q11
    What does this illustration show about a typical manor?
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    Secular values in society were stressed.
    All residents were treated equally.
    People depended on agricultural production.
    There were a large number of factories.
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  • Q12
    Pope Urban II
    King of England and leader of the Third Crusade
    This person was tied to the land they worked on and often produced agriculture for the manor.
    Sultan and an opponent of Crusaders.
    Called all Christians in Europe to war against Muslims in order to reclaim the Holy Land
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  • Q13
    Middle Ages
    The main goal of this was to gain control of Jerusalem
    Period of European history from 500 to 1500
    Piece of land granted
    This was the political system in Europe during the Middle Ages in which lords gave land to vassals in exchange for military service and loyalty
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  • Q14
    Saladin
    Sultan and an opponent of Crusaders.
    Called all Christians in Europe to war against Muslims in order to reclaim the Holy Land
    King of England and leader of the Third Crusade
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  • Q15
    Crusades
    Piece of land granted to a vassal from a lord.
    This person was tied to the land they worked on and often produced agriculture for the manor.
    Period of European history from 500 to 1500
    The main goal of this was to gain control of Jerusalem.
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  • Q16
    Serf
    Piece of land granted to a vassal from a lord.
    Period of European history from 500 to 1500
    Sultan and an opponent of Crusaders.
    This person was tied to the land they worked on and often produced agriculture for the manor.
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  • Q17
    Fief
    This was the political system in Europe during the Middle Ages in which lords gave land to vassals in exchange for military service and loyalty
    Period of European history from 500 to 1500
    This person was tied to the land they worked on and often produced agriculture for the manor.
    Piece of land granted to a vassal from a lord.
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  • Q18
    Richard the Lionheart
    King of England and leader of the Third Crusade
    Called all Christians in Europe to war against Muslims in order to reclaim the Holy Land
    Sultan and an opponent of Crusaders.
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  • Q19
    Feudalism
    Period of European history from 500 to 1500
    This person was tied to the land they worked on and often produced agriculture for the manor.
    Piece of land granted to a vassal from a lord.
    This was the political system in Europe during the Middle Ages in which lords gave land to vassals in exchange for military service and loyalty
    30s
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