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Unit 7 HIST Prof.

Middle Ages

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Where did the Black Death probably start? A. Middle East B. Europe C. The Gobi D. China C. The Gobi
Identify the following: Calls for Christians to recapture Jerusalem Pope Urban II
Based on the Black Death passage: How long would patients live? A. 1 day B. 2 days C. 3 days D. 10 days C. 3 days
Marco Polo’s travels ______________________. A. Ended the Crusades B. Strengthened religious communities C. Caused problems in European society D. Led the way for trade with China D. Led the way for trade with China
Identify the following: Crowns Charlemagne Holy Roman Emperor Pope Leo III
Who is in charge of a farm? A. King B. Serf C. Vassal D. Lord B. Serf
Which of the following was medical advice given to Black Death victims? A. Drink lots of water B. Get lots of sleep C. Ring church bells D. Exercise C. Ring church bells
Based on the Ch 4.2 passage: How many people died in Italy’s large cities? A. All the people B. 38 million people C. Over half of the people D. 75 million people C. Over half of the people
Identify the following: Greatest Norman leader William the Conqueror
Based on the Black Death passage: How many ships came from Genoa? A. 2 B. 47 C. 12 D. 3 C. 12
Who is in charge of a manor? A. King B. Serf C. Vassal D. Lord D. Lord
Identify the following: Ruler of the Franks Charlemagne
Based on the Black Death passage: How large would the boils grow? A. Grapefruit B. Papaya C. Apple D. Pear A. Grapefruit
Identify the following: Signs the Magna Carta King John
Based on the Ch 4.1 passage: Charles was the first Roman emperor since ___________. A. 800 B. 500 C. 476 D. 2014 C. 476
Identify the following: Takes Jerusalem back from the Christians General Saladin
Based on the Ch 4.1 passage: Why did Charlemagne visit Rome in 800? A. He wanted to establish goodwill with the pope B. He wanted to be with his family C. He wanted to bring Islam to Rome D. He wanted to become pope A. He wanted to establish goodwill with the pope
Using the chart on the review sheet, what was the population of Europe in 1400? A. 80 million B. 50 million C. 40 million D. 60 million C. 40 million
Identify the following: Venetian explorer who travels to China Marco Polo
Why are the early Middle Ages called the Dark Ages? A. Charlemagne conquered Germany B. The Roman Empire fell C. Few people were Christians D. Few people could read or write D. Few people could read or write
In feudalism, kings divided their lands into ______________________ A. Fiefs B. Guilds C. Manors D. Regions C. Manors
Based on the Black Death passage: Where would the boils develop? A. Feet and hands B. Head and face C. Neck and ears D. Thighs and upper arms D. Thighs and upper arms
Why was the Magna Carta important? A. It was the first census B. It provided basic rights C. It gave power to the king D. It helped spread Christianity B. It provided basic rights
Which of the following was NOT a torture device used in the Middle Ages? A. Guillotine B. Thumbscrews C. Iron Maiden D. The Wheel A. Guillotine
Based on the Ch 4.2 passage: What caused the plague? A. Traders B. God C. Jews D. Infected rats with fleas D. Infected rats with fleas
Which of the following events occurred in 1054? A. The Crusades started B. The Catholic church split C. The cathedral in Cologne was finished D. Muslims captured Jerusalem B. The Catholic church split
Based on the Ch 4.2 passage: Where were the people buried? A. Trenches in churchyards B. They were not buried C. On the side of the road D. In a cemetery A. Trenches in churches
Who is in charge of a fief? A. King B. Serf C. Vassal D. Lord C. Vassal
Using the chart on the review sheet, what was the population of Europe in 1300? A. 80 million B. 50 million C. 40 million D. 60 million A. 80 million
Based on the Ch 4.1 passage: Why did Charlemagne attend church on Christmas day in Rome? A. To celebrate Easter B. To be crowned emperor C. To be admired by the people D. To celebrate peace with the pope D. To celebrate peace with the pope
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