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The Rise and Fall of Feudalism

Quiz by Colleen Machut

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21 questions
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  • Q1
    When did the Middle Ages/Medieval Period begin?
    When Constantine made Christianity official
    When Charlemagne took control
    With the fall of the Western Roman Empire in 476 C.E
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  • Q2
    True or False: The “Middles Ages” refers to the same time period as the “Medieval Period.”
    False
    True
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  • Q3
    Where did Feudalism develop?
    Only in Rome
    Only in France
    Throughout Western Europe
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  • Q4
    Who was at the top of the social structure in Feudalism?
    The King
    Noble
    Emperor
    Serf
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  • Q5
    Which half of the Roman Empire fell in 476 C.E.?
    The Eastern Half
    The Western Half
    Neither half fell
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  • Q6
    What happened to society after the Western Roman Empire fell?
    Charlemagne rebuilt the Roman Empire.
    It stayed the same.
    There was mass chaos and no safety.
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  • Q7
    What was feudalism?
    A social, economic, and political structure in Medieval Europe that created order and safety.
    A social, economic, and political structure during the Roman Empire.
    A type of sword
    A type of king
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  • Q8
    Feudalism developed only in the city of Rome.
    True
    False
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  • Q9
    What did the kings provide the nobles?
    knights
    Food
    Protection
    Land
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  • Q10
    What did the nobles provide the knights?
    Land
    Protection
    Food
    Knights
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  • Q11
    What did the knights provide the peasants?
    Land and Protection
    Food
    Weapons
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  • Q12
    What did the peasants provide to the other social layers?
    Land
    Knights
    Loyalty, services, and food
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  • Q13
    What did the knights provide to the nobles?
    Peasants
    Nobles
    Loyalty and Protection
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  • Q14
    What did the nobles provide to the kings?
    Land
    Services
    Loyalty and knights
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  • Q15
    What was a lord?
    Someone who receives land from a lord.
    Someone who provides land to social layers below them.
    A king
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  • Q16
    Match the following words and definitions.
    Users link answers
    Linking
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  • Q17
    Match the following words and definitions.
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    Linking
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  • Q18
    We have social stratification in the United States today
    True
    False
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  • Q19
    Feudalism is an example of social stratification and inequality.
    False
    True
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  • Q20
    Match the following words and definitions.
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    Linking
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