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Final Jeopardy Middle AgesReformationRenaissance AbsolutismVocab
Middle Ages 100 Answer ________ on rats caused the ________ __________ to spread across Europe killing ¼ of the population. This plague spread to Europe on the Crusade _______ Network.
Answer Middle Ages 100 Fleas; Bubonic Plague or Black Death; Trade
Answer Middle Ages 200 One of the effects of the _________ was that some __________ stayed in the Middle East to trade products back to Europe.
Answer Middle Ages 200 Crusades; Knights
Category Middle Ages 300 Fill out the M.A. Feudal Chart below This all occurred on the Noble’s ________ (land). Answer
Answer Middle Ages 300 King Nobles/Church Officials Knights Serfs Nobles land is a Manor…
Middle Ages 400 Japanese Samurai were expected to follow a law code called ________; while European Knights were to follow a law code called _________. Answer
Answer Middle Ages 400 Bushido; Chivalry
Middle Ages 500 The _________ was the most powerful organization in M.A. Society. How did they bring stability and unity to Europe at the time? Answer
Answer Middle Ages 500 Roman Catholic Church -Everyone believed in Christianity and followed church rules (kept people in line – order)
The definition of Renaissance is… Renaissance 100 Answer
Answer Renaissance 100 A rebirth of art and learning.
Renaissance 200 The belief in individual self-worth and uniqueness (humans can accomplish anything.) Answer
Answer Renaissance 200 Humanism
Renaissance 300 A person who was talented in many different areas. Answer
Answer Renaissance 300 Renaissance Man
Renaissance 400 The study of ancient Rome and Greece knowledge was known as _______, while the act of question was known as ___________. Answer
Answer Renaissance 400 Classicism; Skepticism
Renaissance 500 Answer ____________ sculpted the most famous pieta and Sistine Chapel, while ________ painted the Mona Lisa and invented the first __________.
Answer Renaissance 500 Michelangelo, DaVinci, Helicopter
Reformation 100 Answer _________ _________ began the Protestant Reformation when he posted his ___ ________ because he was angry about the Catholic Church’s sale of ________.
Answer Reformation 100 Martin Luther; 95 Theses; Indulgences
Reformation 200 A movement for religious reform that rejected the pope’s authority was the ________. This _________ the power of the Roman Catholic Church. Answer
Reformation 200 Reformation; Decreased
Reformation 300 The invention of the __________ _________ helped spread ideas quickly. This invention came from the Chinese invention of _____________ ___________. Answer
Answer Reformation 300 Printing Press; Movable Type
Reformation 400 Martin Luther used the _____ _________ to help him distribute many copies of his __________ mocking the pope. Answer
Answer Reformation 400 Printing Press; Political Cartoons
Reformation 500 Answer CatholicProtestant How does a follower get to heaven? Language Used in Sermons
Answer Reformation 500 CatholicProtestant How does a follower get to heaven? Faith and good works Faith alone Language Used in Sermons LatinVernacular
Absolutism 100 A king or queen who has unlimited power and seeks to control all aspects of society. Answer
Answer Vocab 100 Absolute Monarch
Absolutism 200 Absolute Monarch believed that God had chosen them to rule – this was called ______ _______. The Chinese called this ______ ___ _________. Answer
Answer Absolutism 200 Divine Right; Mandate of Heaven
Absolutism 300 Louis XIV’s economic policy that said you should sell more to other countries than you buy. Answer
Answer Absolutism 300 Mercantilism
Absolutism 400 Goal of Peter the Great… Answer
Answer Absolutism 400 Westernize Russia
Absolutism 500 What were two things Peter the Great did to make his country more like Europe? Answer
Answer Absolutism 500 Change their dress; Change their military; build European style cities (Alexandria), etc.
Vocab 100 A social contract between classes during the Middle Ages. Answer
Answer Vocab 100 Feudalism
Vocab 200 The everyday language of people in a region or country. Answer
Answer Vocab 200 Vernacular
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Vocab 400 The self-sufficient lands the Japanese and Europeans lived on during the Feudalism Era. In Japan the land was called a _______. In Europe the land was called a _______. Answer
Answer Vocab 400 Shoen; Manor
Vocab 500 Land owners in Japan were called _____, in Europe they were called ________. Answer
Answer Vocab 500 Daimyo; Nobles/Lords
Final Jeopardy Answer Final Jeopardy Music Fill out the chart below… Individual We Studied (Civilization) Change He/She Made Effect #1 of Change Effect #2 of Change
Answer Final Jeopardy Individual We Studied (Civilization) Change He/She Made Effect #1 of Change Effect #2 of Change
Daily Double The taking away of a person’s membership in the Roman Catholic Church. Answer
Answer Daily Double Excommunication
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